2014 National League season

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Re: 2014 National League season

Postby Holyjoe » Thu May 15, 2014 8:07 pm

I think Yongin's manager Jung Kwang-seok got a four month suspended prison sentence today for dipping into the player expense account at the club and using it to fund his internet gambling habit. One of the coaching staff was also busted too and picked up a greater suspended sentence. It seems Jung is still manager of the club as well which is pretty strange.

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Re: 2014 National League season

Postby Rothesay Saint » Fri May 16, 2014 8:56 am

Planning on going to Gangneung tomorrow to watch the N-league game as it looks like a better than even chance that it's at a new ground for me. Soccerway has it at the Gangnam Sports Centre as does the Changwon City webpage , the N-league website has it at the stadium however, while Gangneung City's website doesn't seem to be telling either way. Always more fun going to a game when you have to track it down, even more so when you can panic the tourist information!
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Re: 2014 National League season

Postby sjc_three » Sat May 17, 2014 6:01 am

From past experience, I would be surprised if the tourist information even knew there was a Gangneung team. I never came across one that was aware of their resident N-League team. :D

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Re: 2014 National League season

Postby eujin » Sat May 17, 2014 7:20 am

sjc_three wrote:From past experience, I would be surprised if the tourist information even knew there was a Gangneung team. I never came across one that was aware of their resident N-League team. :D

For want of something better to do we once stumbled into the tourist information in Gelsenkirchen (where Schalke play) on a non-match day. We asked what there was to do in Gelsenkirchen (the real pretext being; why is there a tourist information in Gelsenkirchen?) and the answer that came back was "umm, you could go and look round the stadium".

Imagine a place where the tourist information can think of nothing better to do in their city than go and look at the football stadium. :P

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Re: 2014 National League season

Postby Rothesay Saint » Sat May 17, 2014 8:08 am

eujin wrote:
sjc_three wrote:From past experience, I would be surprised if the tourist information even knew there was a Gangneung team. I never came across one that was aware of their resident N-League team. :D

For want of something better to do we once stumbled into the tourist information in Gelsenkirchen (where Schalke play) on a non-match day. We asked what there was to do in Gelsenkirchen (the real pretext being; why is there a tourist information in Gelsenkirchen?) and the answer that came back was "umm, you could go and look round the stadium".

Imagine a place where the tourist information can think of nothing better to do in their city than go and look at the football stadium. :P


Gelsenkirchen has now been added to my places to visit in Europe list. :0)
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Re: 2014 National League season

Postby Holyjoe » Sat May 17, 2014 9:08 pm

Second defeat in a row for Busan TC, they were three points clear at the top and seven ahead of Mipo just two games ago but it's now really tight at the top going into the final round of fixtures next weekend before the break for the League Cup. Bit of a surprise defeat for Korail away to Gimhae, if they'd have won that we'd have had four teams within two points of each other at the top. The more defeats for them the merrier though.

Mipo have a pretty good chance of going top next weekend, they're at home to Cheonan whilst Busan TC need to get back to winning ways against third-placed Gyeongju. 9th play 10th as well in Yongin, no better time for the home side to pick up their second win of the season really.

May 16/17 results
Gimhae 2-1 Daejeon Korail
Gyeongju 0-0 Yongin
Busan TC 1-4 Ulsan Mipo
Cheonan 1-0 Mokpo
Gangneung 1-1 Changwon

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Pos Team                         P   W   D   L   F   A Pts  GD
  1 Busan Transportation Corp.  11   7   1   3  15  11  22   4
  2 Ulsan Mipo Dockyard         11   6   3   2  18  10  21   8
  3 Gyeongju HNP                11   6   3   2  16   8  21   8
  4 Daejeon Korail              11   5   2   4  15  11  17   4
  5 Gangneung City              11   3   6   2  17  13  15   4
  6 Mokpo City                  11   4   2   5  12  17  14  -5
  7 Cheonan City                11   3   3   5   7  12  12  -5
  8 Gimhae FC                   11   2   5   4  11  16  11  -5
  9 Yongin City                 11   1   5   5  11  17   8  -6
 10 Changwon City               11   2   2   7  11  18   8  -7

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Re: 2014 National League season

Postby Martyrs Forever » Sat May 17, 2014 10:54 pm

Looks like Transport are going the wrong way....

Looks like Transport are stuck in reverse...

No...hang on...

Looks like Transport are at a standstill..oh fuck...there's a joke in there somewhere!

...it's all one-way Transport?! No, that's not it...

Shit...i'll shut up now...

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Re: 2014 National League season

Postby Rothesay Saint » Sat May 17, 2014 11:09 pm

Was a good game at Gangneung, although I was very disappointed that it was at the stadium. The tourist information managed to guide me to the correct place as well, although they did have a couple of false starts by first stating that Gangwon weren't playing, and then speaking to someone at city hall who denied any knowledge of a game taking place. She stuck with it though and contacted the football centre who confirmed that it wasn't there and it was at the stadium despite what various websites might say.

The goals came mid-way through the first half. I missed Gangneung's because I was having a pee, but Changwon took their's well, the scorer showing a bit of skill making some space for himself to shoot. Changwon were pretty rough and there were a few meaty challenges going in. 1-1 was a fair result I reckon.
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Re: 2014 National League season

Postby jamesedrupt » Sat May 24, 2014 8:25 pm

Fridays N League results :-

Daejeon Koreail 2-1 Gangneung City
Mokpo 0-0 Gimhae City
Ulsan Mipo 1-0 Cheonan City

Saturdays results:-

Busan Transport 0-1 Gyeongju
Yongin 1-2 Changwon City (unbeaten in four :wink: )

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Re: 2014 National League season

Postby jamesedrupt » Sun May 25, 2014 9:13 am

jamesedrupt wrote:Fridays N League results :-

Daejeon Koreail 2-1 Gangneung City
Mokpo 0-0 Gimhae City
Ulsan Mipo 1-0 Cheonan City

Saturdays results:-

Busan Transport 0-1 Gyeongju (Transport lost 3 on the spin)
Yongin 1-2 Changwon City (unbeaten in four :wink: )

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Re: 2014 National League season

Postby SteveW » Mon Jun 02, 2014 11:05 pm

Passing the time at work on Wiki and found the following on Gimhae FC...

Founded in 2012, "The Gimhae Round Eyes" are the club's hooligan firm consisting of entirely foreign members. The name "round eyes" stems from the spherical appearance of the group's eyes, which they use to see rival fans during skirmishes.

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Re: 2014 National League season

Postby sjc_three » Tue Jun 03, 2014 12:40 am

SteveW wrote:Passing the time at work on Wiki and found the following on Gimhae FC...

Founded in 2012, "The Gimhae Round Eyes" are the club's hooligan firm consisting of entirely foreign members. The name "round eyes" stems from the spherical appearance of the group's eyes, which they use to see rival fans during skirmishes.

Anyone want to shed any light on that?

Has to be someone just pissing about.

(We've been to Gimhae plenty of times and proper taken liberties on their manor. Gimhae are nuffin.)

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Re: 2014 National League season

Postby jamesedrupt » Wed Jun 04, 2014 9:54 pm

I know most of them. They play in the foreigner team in the Busan league called FC Gimhae. They just get pissed up like the Transport lads do.

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Re: 2014 National League season

Postby jamesedrupt » Wed Jun 04, 2014 10:03 pm

My mate Dave King the wiki page for Gimhae FC. It's a total piss take!!

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Re: 2014 National League season

Postby Holyjoe » Sat Jul 12, 2014 8:36 am

Ulsan Mipo have binned their defender Ricardo and signed another Brazilian, 26 year-old striker Allisson Ricardo Faramilio from Audax Sao Paulo. He spent the bulk of his career in Brazil but did have a short spell with J2 side Matsumoto Yamaga in 2012. If Wikipedia is to be believed then he had an extremely busy year in 2007 when he supposedly played 124 times for Corinthians and scored 53 goals.

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