Weekend Roundup 2/6 – 2/8

Ki had a great return match with Swansea. Ji Dongwon started two games in a row and played decently well. Somehow Kim Bokyung walked onto the Wigan team and started but only played the first half. What else went down this week?

To be completely honest, not much else happened this week.

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Here’s the one video that surfaced this week: Ki’s touches vs Sunderland

 

Only one noteworthy GIF was produced this weekend. KJS was caught out of position on a Wolfburg counterattack, and Kevin de Bruyne scored from a CRAZY angle. This fault aside, though, KJS had a great game.

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4 Comments

    • i agree. there aren’t a lot of good box to box midfielders lately in my opinion, so if he keeps excelling, you could be right.

      • A thing that makes Ki such a joy to watch is the fact that he’s SO CONSISTENT. Seriously, you can count on him every game. He’s a cool head. Superb passer. Understands the system he plays in. Knows when to come up and attack. excellent on both sides of the pitch, in defense, in attack and in transition. Maybe I could compare him to Michael Carrick? Or is that my United bias…

        Plus Jack Cork signed for Swansea and he’s supposed to be more of a DM, so Ki should be given more license to go forward, which is great.

        He’ll be playing CL football soon. Such an asset.

  1. If I was a pro player, I’d probably pick Ki as a player I’d want to play with. If you guys have ever played soccer with your friends, you know how much more fun it is with a proper midfielder to back you up. I bet his team mates have a lot more fun playing with Ki.

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