Week listings and previews for our Korean Players Abroad May 14-15


Week listings and previews for our Korean Players Abroad.

Day Time (ET) Player Club Opponent
Friday 6:45PM Suk Hyun-Jun @FC Porto Boavista
Saturday 9:30AM Park Joo-Ho @Borussia Dortmund Colonge
Saturday 9:30AM Kim Jin-Su @Hoffenheim Schalke
Saturday 9:30AM Ji Dong-Won @Augsburg Hamburg
Saturday 9:30AM Hong Jeong-Ho @Augsburg Hamburg
Saturday 9:30AM Koo Ja-Cheol @Augsburg Hamburg
Sunday 10:00AM Son Heung-Min Tottenham Hotspur @Newcastle
Sunday 10:00AM Lee Chung-Yong Crystal Palace @Southampton
Sunday 10:00AM Ki Sung-Yueng Swansea City @Manchester City

Media reports came out couple of weeks ago saying that Suk Hyun-Jun will either leave the club or leave for loan. Looks like he favours playing time then been benched at a top club in Portugal. Smart move if he leaves this transfer window. He should make reserves this week against Boavista.

Park Joo-Ho was excluded from the squad list last week, I expect him to be out this week too. There has been news travelling around stating that Park Joo-Ho will leave the club once the season is over. Hope it’s true as he deserves starting 11 football.

Kim Jin-Su has been excluded from the squad list for a couple of weeks because he sustained a thigh injury. I expect it to be the same this week too.

Ji Dong-Won was subbed on at minute 86 last week against Schalke. He should make reserves this week against Hamburg and get subbed later on.

Hong Jeong-Ho was getting bench treatment these last couple of weeks but has started to return to the squad list. I expect him to either start or make bench this week against Hamburg.

Koo Ja-Cheol has sustained a toe injury. He will be out for a couple of weeks. I expect his season to be over.

Son Heung-Min scored in two consecutive weeks. He scored a great goal against Southampton last week. I expect him to start again against Newcastle.

With the controversy surrounding Lee Chung-Yong I don’t expect him to make the squad list. Poor Lee Chung-Yong he should definitely make a move this transfer window.

Ki Sung-Yueng has left England and has finished the season early. He is currently in Korea right now. He won’t be in the squad list for the remainder of the season. Like, the rest of our Koreans he should make a transfer move this July. Ki Sung-Yueng is too good of a player to be benched.


Be the first to comment

Join in the Tavern's conversations -Leave a comment...

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.