It is often said of Yassar Arafat that he never misses an opportunity to miss an opportunity. I am neither endorsing nor contradicting that axiom, as this is not a political forum, but it seems an apt description of my Suwon Blue Wings. My official reaction to yet another draw after giving up yet another last minute goal is **&^%$&((&&&%^%%%**&#@!!!! This is a talented team, but leadership is sorely lacking. A talent for self-sabotage is sorely present. Wednesday saw them make brilliant plays against Pohang to create easy my-grandmother-could-put-them-in chances, only to miss those chances. But, then, my grandmother is a lot tougher than these guys seem to be. Could some of you Korean speakers who have access to more info than me explain to me what the flock is the problem? No juvenile trolling please; this is a serious question. What is the difference between Cup competition Suwon and league competition Suwon? In terms of guts, they seem to be two different teams. Also, is their coach that stoic when he talks to his team? Berating, encouraging, cajoling, backflips, butt kicks, and a host of other coaching tricks are called for here. I know these guys are grown men and professionals but they sure ain't acting it.