I see there is a reddit KLeague page. Are the lower leagues discussed in there?
Edit: I see not much of anything is discussed in there
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eujin wrote:I wonder who the Rothesay Unofficial World Champions are. Let's have a look...
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Unofficia ... mpionships
Only learned about this is a thing from this thread
Seems Croatia are the new title holders after winning the lottery of penalties.
- Tue Jun 12, 2018 4:31 pm
- Forum: Lower league football
- Topic: 2018 K3 League
- Replies: 89
- Views: 12789
Fuck me, I should check in on this place more often. It's been a while. Not as long as Seoul United's last win though. They beat Pyeongchang 5-3 on Saturday, their previous league victory had come a whopping 694 days prior to that :shock: Well then, it seems I chose a perfect time to get back into ...
Would it be fair to say Germany is the most consistent threat at the World Cup tournament? German: 4 wins, 4 runners-up, 4 third place, 1 fourth place = 13 final 4 places Brazil: 5 wins, 2 runners-up, 2 third place, 2 fourth place = 11 final 4 places Italy: 4 wins, 2 runners-up, 1 third place, 1 fou...
- Thu Mar 22, 2018 3:19 pm
- Forum: Football in Asia
- Topic: 2018 AFC Champions League
- Replies: 18
- Views: 5448
I would love to know that the explanation for the red card was. "Not only did you miss the ball because the guy behind you pushed you, but I'm going to send you off for allegedly tripping that guy behind you with, urm, a fart. Yea, that's it. That's what happened. Get!"
- Thu Mar 15, 2018 3:54 pm
- Forum: Travel & club guides
- Topic: Where them teams be on this here map?
- Replies: 11
- Views: 6366
I found all the stadiums, at least I am pretty sure I have them all correct. Some teams have disappeared and there are some new ones. http://tinyurl.com/KoreanStadiums However, I was rather inactive for a while and I'm not sure what is up with these teams: Cheonnan-Asan - Did they move or something?...