Week listings and previews for our Korean Players Abroad. The October FIFA Rankings are out, we are ranked 44 and third best AFC team behind Iran and Australia. Surprisingly we jump up three places. Good luck to our Koreans this weekend. Let’s see the goals coming. Match to watch this week: Tottenham vs Bournemouth.
|Saturday||7:30 AM||Son Heung-Min||Tottenham||@Bournemouth||NBCSN|
|Saturday||9:00 AM||Lee Chung-Yong||Crystal Palace||@Leicester||NBC Extra Time|
|Saturday||9:00 AM||Ki Sung-Yueng||Swansea||Watford||NBC Extra Time|
|Saturday||9:30 AM||Ji Dong-Won||Augsburg||Freiburg||Fox Soccer 2 Go|
|Saturday||9:30 AM||Koo Ja-Cheol||Augsburg||Freiburg||Fox Soccer 2 Go|
|Saturday||9:30 AM||Park Joo-Ho||Borussia Dortmund||@Ingolstadt||Fox Sports 2|
|Saturday||9:30 AM||Kim Jin-Su||Hoffenheim||@Leverkusen||Fox Soccer Plus|
|Saturday||12:00 PM||Suk Hyun-Jun||Trabzonspor||@Galatasary||Nil|
Son Heung-Min has been a vital player for the Spurs these days, he should start against Bournemouth. (More goals please Sonny)
Lee Chung-Yong hasn’t been getting playing time these last couple of games. He should make bench again.
New manager for Ki Sung-Yueng’s Swansea but I expect him to be benched. Hopefully he starts again.
With Augsburg striker Caiuby out for the rest of 2016, Ji Dong-Won has been starting almost every week. He should start against Freiburg this week too.
As usual Koo Ja-Cheol should start for Augsburg too.
Borussia Dortmund’s first choice left back Marcel Schmelzer is out with a minor injury. Park Joo-Ho will finally get some playing time after weeks of not even being included in the squad list. I expect him to make bench against Ingolstadt, I hope he impresses when subbed on.
Kim Jin-Su hasn’t starting any league games and made no bench appearances this season. I expect it to be the same this week too.
Suk Hyun-Jun should start against Trabzonspor. His team has been very poor this season, another tough game for them this week against Galatasary.