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[Solved] Korea u18 vs England u18... plus a few other questions.  


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 1-Ok correct me if I'm wrong , but didn't our youth side just demolish England's u18 twice in a row? Why am I not seeing a lot of buzz around it, or am I not looking in the right places?

2- I like watching goalkeepers, i feel like they are always underappreciated. I don't know how much you guys keep up with keepers, but I'm gonna give it a shot.  Do you guys think Kim dong Jun can make it to Europe? I know he didn't impress in the past international tournament. Do you guys rate Gu sung yun as being a good keeper? 

3- any idea where i can find k league streams?

Sorry for wall of text lol

Edited: 4 months  ago
 
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This is more Jinseok's terrain, but I can answer point 3: 

essentially, there's three ways to watch k league online when you're abroad. If you're in Korea, just go to naver's domestic soccer section and you're set.

if you're abroad, there's theee ways.

1)official streams.

if you're an FC Seoul fan, you're in luck. At game time, TBS streams their games on YouTube live... Literally all you have to do is search "TBS" in YouTube and filter for live streams.

otherwise, there aren't any official, not geoblocked streams out there.

2) low quality, no vpn

the easy solution if you don't have a Vpn and don't mind low quality streaming is bwintv.net. We almost never post links here (this is like the first time) because of Wordpress police, but anyway, that streaming site covers all the bases.

3) high quality, with vpn + completely legal

SoftEther VPN client manager is an absolute must if you want HD streaming of k league games. Download link here. Be sure to click on "Vpn client" after you begin downloading process.

this free, open source Vpn allows you to connect to a South Korean IP address. After this, you log on to naver.com's 축구 section during the games and can watch the games in 480p.

if you want HD, naver usually asks you to download an initial plug-in, instructions are available in English.

it also works on mobile, though that's a bit more complicated. I think I'll post a proper streaming guide when the time comes, but if you've got any questions or want to hear about the mobile option, let me know and I'll get back to you properly when I'm not on my phone

no sweat for the text wall - I've just done one back at you lol. As for the youth stuff, Jinseok will come around the forum at some point and get back to you for sure.

hope I was able to help

 
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2- I like watching goalkeepers, i feel like they are always underappreciated. I don't know how much you guys keep up with keepers, but I'm gonna give it a shot.  Do you guys think Kim dong Jun can make it to Europe? I know he didn't impress in the past international tournament. Do you guys rate Gu sung yun as being a good keeper? 

To me KDJ is still very raw and has to develop before going to Europe. GSY is  very good keeper in my eyes, he's definitely a candidate to replace KSK as #1 someday. 

As for the best youth GK it is Song Beom Keun hands down. I might actually do a y outh goalkeeper c andidates post ...

 

 1-Ok correct me if I'm wrong , but didn't our youth side just demolish England's u18 twice in a row? Why am I not seeing a lot of buzz around it, or am I not looking in the right places?

Yes, that happened this past summer, but 1) England U18 was god awful and 2) our u18 is also god awful. Ahn Ik Soo really doesn't have his tactics down right. They're actually playing ni the AFC U19 Championship that qualifies you for 2017 U20 WC (yeah we're hosting but we're playing anyway). Thing is we have good talent but with AIS at the helm i'm not too confident about our winning chances

 
  
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