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Discussion in 'Korean Players Abroad' started by wetcrispy, Aug 14, 2020.
yeup, what was it 2 consecutive games?
I don’t think he’s good enough for the K-league. He needs to learn how to flip hamburgers for a living.
He got subbed in at 90 and got a yellow.
Not in lineup today...He is finished!
LSW is being in negotiation with Suwon FC and Suwon Bluewings. Not sure whether he is willing to take significant salary deduction (per Suwon FC, only Jeonbuk or Ulsan can afford what he ia currently being paid by the Belgian club) though. This guy does need to find a club where he can start regularly.
should retire n be an assistant coach or something
I agree. It seems like he has lost interest in playing football.
He has just terminated contract with Sint-Truiden and been rumored to sign with Suwon Bluewings
If it is was not official before, it is now. He never came close to becoming what we thought.
too much hype wasted...hope he doesn't become another fast slide to K3
His brother has a lot to do with LSW's issues. He needs to stay away from LSW.
Wondering what would've happened If he didnt get banned for 3 yrs.
the latest was going to Hanoi all the way to Spanish 2 side.
he's only 23. he can still have a successful career.
...not in Europe but nothing wrong with kleague
Maybe he would be playing for Ulsan??
Paik Seung-ho did have some playing time during his stint at Bundesliga 2 that helped him get opportunity to play for Jeonbuk (which I still think as BS).
LSW about to sign contract with Suwon FC.
This will be his last shot to prove all of his critics wrong.
As far as I have heared of the deal between Suwon FC and LSW, he will get paid around KRW 500 million per year, which makes him one of the highest paid domestic players in the league outside Ulsan and Jeonbuk.
Official: LSW to Suwon FC
I wish nothing but best of luck.
I will definitely book tickets for the Suwon Derby next year.