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Discussion in 'Korea' started by puff redded, Jan 24, 2008.
I go for Korea!
3-0 for Korea!
if Kim Byung Ji is starting we will lose
Turkmenistan is not strong.
just a warning guys...
last time Korea played Turkmenistan Korea lost 2-3...
Guess who the coach was?????
Good luck boys.
I watched Turk vs. Hong Kong
0-0 in Hong Kong, and they win 3-0 back home
the story is, they brought the HK team to a "hotel" with no air-con and drinking water--- yes, no water, only some Orange juice
Turk is an iron-curtain country, just slightly better than DPRK. Yet news report that the stadium was filled 30,000 fans that night.
Put it this way , if China is 50 marks, than HK is some 40, Turk is somewhere near 45.
Korea should at least be 60.
I hope the Korean FA would book the hotel by themselves.
Come on Korean friends!
Koreans shouldn't be afraid of Turkmenistan!
we arent. lets kill em. 6-0
After the defeat from Chile, Korea should better train even more to kill Turkmenistan like 4-0 or 6-0.
I think you guys a bit overly confident...
Turkmenistan are not as weak as you think.
Their team has been in training as a unit for a while and will be well-drilled and have nothing to lose.
Korea on the other hand, all their best players will not be in good condition at all having played this weekend plus the flight here as well with no time for practice under the new coach and new tactics.
I think korea will win but it will be a 1-0 or 2-0 effort. Korea can't score gaols at the best of times and I don't see why this will change under these circumstances.
As i said before the only time Korea played Turkmenistan, they lost 3-2 and Huh Jung-Moo was the coach.
i honestly think we will draw or lose
Korea can't score. But i predict 1-0 Korea.
99 korea - 0 turkmenistanasdfsa
2-0 for Korea
3-1 for Korea
i'm thinking 0-0
Korea should beat turkmenistan like 7-0 or 9-0 without any problem. There is no reason why Korea should struggle with such team.
3:0 Korea PJS, Lee Kwan Woo, Seol Ki Hyeon.
does anyone know who's going to be included in the line-up including bench. i know there isn't a starting line-up just yet, but i want to know who from overseas, and some of the players with more national experience, including that from the world cups the past summer, will be in this game.
i'm really hoping korea get a big win and get out of their slump. DAE HAN MIN GOOK! let's score goals!
It ended 4-0.
That was a lousy clumsy victory over a fifth world football nation.
K-league players are really under-confident in international games.
I'm going to go ahead and guess that you're a j@p spam/lurker
All, but three, players had no actual game fitness since mid-November and several of the players had never played an International game.
so stfu and go back to the japan forum