http://www.sportsseoul.com/html/view.asp?filename=20020906ab036 Here's my translation: Song Jong Gug departs for Feyenoord on the 5th Song Jong Gug, who joined Netherlands' professional football club Feyenoord of Rotterdam, departed on flight KLM 866 at 12:40 in the afternoon. Song, one of the key players in Korea's miracle run to the semi-finals of the World Cup 2002, left for Amsterdam with his brother Song Jong Hwan and Pusan Icons manager Jung Yung Sang after completing all paperwork domestically including receiving his work permit. Song, who plans to join his team as soon as he unpacks, has completed all the required player registration process and is expected to make his debut as early as the home game against Excelsior on the 11th (Korean time). After taking pictures with fans and saying his goodbyes with his parents, Song remarked, "Even though my departure date turned out to be later than expected, I have continually worked on my fitness at the gym in the meantime, so there shouldn't be any problems for me fitting in" and "while my heart wants to get out onto the playing field as soon as possible with each passing day, I want to step out onto the match after slowly bringing my fitness to its top condition." Song added, "The World Cup was a success but since now is when it gets really important, I want to play with a fresh mind." "Since the Netherlands will be a starting point on the road to the big leagues, if I am able to show a good performance, my chance (to enter the big leagues) will come at some point."