Discussion in 'Asian Football Confederation' started by Deleted Users, Jul 28, 2002.
I don't think so. Their defense sucks way too much.
Meanwhile their fans are the crowned champions
I went to the Suwon game today..im the one holding the white card on the very right-top side of the "O" in "suwOn".
it looks a bit tough for them this year.
Kim Ho got to go. As long as he is there it will be hard just to win the season.
Since Ittihad won't be there (Robbed of participation by Saudi FA), I wouldn't see why not .
Beat the crap out of Ahli and Hilal
I think the problem is that they don't have a killer finisher. If Hwang comes back to Suwon (which is doubtful), Suwon can attempt to bring the championship back to them.
I think Suwon has pretty good finishers. Sandro dos Santos was the golden boot winner last year. YOu have to admit that Suwon has the worst defense in the league (maybe cept for Daejeon).
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Maybe the Suwon FC head coach's lament above should say something.
Suwon will be likely to lose some key players due to the Asian Games(September) and the U-19 Asian Youth Championship(October).
Ironically, last year's champion Songnam is not likely to lose a SINGLE PLAYER due to the tournaments above. Songnam didn't have any National Team player for the World Cup either.
I thought this thread was about the champions league. Ignore my previous post
i think suwon has a decent chance to pull it off... esp now that ko jongsu is back.
I think Hong Myung-Bo & Lee Dong-Guk will lead Pohang to glory this season.
right now, Suwon is in the last place of the table. Let's see how they manage this deep ****.