Midweek Listing

One K-League game, Asian Games Round of 16 and some Koreans in Europe this midweek, let’s go:

Courtesy of Korean Footballers Abroad

Day Time (ET) Player Club Opponent TV
Tuesday 2:00 PM Kim Jin Su (@AG) Hoffenheim Freiberg None
Tuesday 2:00 PM Koo Ja Cheol Mainz Eintracht Frankfurt None
Tuesday 2:00 PM Park Joo Ho (@AG) Mainz Eintracht Frankfurt None
Tuesday 2:45 PM Kim Bo Kyung Cardiff City AFC Bournemouth (Cup) None
Tuesday 2:45 PM Ki Sung Yueng Swansea Everton (Cup) None
Wednesday 2:00 PM Hong Jeong Ho Augsburg @Leverkusen GolTV
Wednesday 2:00 PM Son Heung Min Bayer Leverkusen Augsburg GolTV
Wednesday 2:00 PM Ji Dong Won Dortmund Stuttgart None
Wednesday 2:45 PM Lee Chung Yong Bolton @Chelsea (Cup) BeIn Connect (BeIn: Thurs 1AM)

K-League Classic – only one match:

Wednesday, September 24
FC Seoul
6:30 AM
Gyeongnam
7:30 pm Korea time

FC Seoul is on the razor’s edge of the split table (top half separated from bottom half with 3 matches to go), 1 point separating while Gyeongnam is 2 points from the bottom -currently Busan holding that distinction.

Asian Games Mens Round of 16  Korea vs Hong Kong on Thursday, September 25, Live MBC, SBS 8:00 PM Korea Time / 7:00 AM EST.
Venue: Goyang Sports Complex, Gyeonggi-do, Goyang, South Korea.

>Note: Kim Shin-wook is likely out, Yun Il-Rok injured and Lee Jong-ho suspended.

Asian Games Women’s QuartefinalsKorea vs Taiwan on FRIDAY Sept 26 at 8pm Korea time / 7am EST at Munhak Stadium 

> High impact player for Chelsea, Ji So-Yun will join the team -already having flown in straight from London.

This post coming Tuesday afternoon- we know that Koo Ja-Cheol was still out & recovering from injury, Ki Sung-Yeung rested for Swansea, Kim Bo-Kyung with a very short 37 minutes for Cardiff (losing 0-3 at that point) and Park Joo-Ho and Kim Jin-Su not in uniform as they are on Asian Games duty.

Wednesday morning after catching FC Seoul v Gyeongnam, exciting fixtures: Ji Dong-Won may (emphasis on may) be making his Bundesliga debut in a Borussia Dortmund uniform. With many many injuries to BVB in this early season, Klopp may have to give Ji the nod sooner than expected.  Ji has been recovering from his own injury earlier this season.

There’s also Leverkusen v Augsburg – quite possible we may see Hong Jeong-Ho try to stop Son Heung-Min from scoring.

 

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