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Discussion in 'Korean Players Abroad' started by Kenny South, Jul 10, 2019.
Because people couldn't figure out, he would be such a failure.
absent again from the roster. we should just scrap this thread
He did make the bench, though as an unused sub. ( I can't believe that I'm counting this as the bar for progress based on where he was even a year ago.). I do remember reading somewhere that there's a high chance he might play the next game.
lol...he did but yeah, but I would not bet on that.
This transfert has totally ruined him, not only he has played 0 minute but he's as well in a much worse team and league.
On at 69' for his debut
how many goals did he score?
Watched the whole game. TBH, he was the only one who was trying to do something. Pretty obvious to me that he couldnt play not because he wasnt good enuf but bc of trouble with the manager, etc..
with that on rear view...hope he dominates
Wow that was clear to you in 21 min of play?
by the way, Công Phuong left the team and has returned in the Vietnamese League.
Well here's the best 3 minutes of him
cannot be viewed outside korea
Yes. His team is so fking bad that it was very obv.
Consider using VPN - not only useful for viewing content that is geo-restricted but a good idea in general for security.
Of course, you can just wait until someone posts the same on Youtube
Been considering...Which service do you recommend?
Hola works well. It's free. U cant watch live on naver, but videos work. You can watch live matches on kakaotv tho.
missing from the line up...again
Would a K-league team pick him up?
Lee Seung-woo’s re-evaluation of his expectations
When Lee Seung-woo joined Sint-Truidense on Aug. 30, 2019, his expectations were high that he was set for a lot more playing time, but it was almost four months before he even got to debut.
“I was waiting [to get substituted] at the touch line, but I got emotional because I started thinking about my mom,” Lee said. “She came to Belgium, an unfamiliar country, and travelled with me to away games and supported me. So I told myself when I stepped on the ground that I’ll never give my family a hard time because of [not being able to play].”
On Dec. 26, Lee finally made his Belgian league debut against Waasland-Beveren. He was substituted into the games in the 72nd minute and played for about 20 minutes. Despite the short playing time, he was thankful for the opportunity.
“I’ve never imagined this,” Lee said. “I got a lot of support and love from the fans in Verona [in Italy] but as they appointed a new manager or two every season, our strategies changed. Due to this, I was suffocating for having to compete for the starting spot.”
LSW was omitted from the match lineup due to the incorrect hair color
idk...but does it matter why at this point?