It's nice to see someone well-acquainted with Hiddink's tactics at the helm, but I'm afraid that we might see pre-1998 style chaos again. There may very well be a time when a Kim Nam-il or Song J.G. hits a low point in their career, and personally I can't see Park Hang-seo being able to make harsh decisions against the media and public's wants. Frankly, I think Korean football's attachment to Hiddink will soon be unhealthy. I think we need something better than a stopgap measure (Park) "so that Hiddink can come back to his spot in 2004."