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2014 WK-League

Postby OttoSilver » Tue Mar 18, 2014 4:00 pm

The start of the season was slightly delayed because of the Cyprus Cup, so the first three games were played only yesterday.

Goyang 0-0 Suwon
Incheon 1-0 Daejeon
Seoul 3-2 Jeonbuk

The fixtures were made available last week and I see Scoreway/Soccerway has at lease acknowledged that the new season exists outside of the K-League Classic. The WK-League scores have not been updated though.
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Re: 2014 WK-League

Postby OttoSilver » Thu Mar 20, 2014 4:39 pm

Highlights from one of the first round matches. You gots to loves the music, especially at the start.
Some nifty work by #17 when the pressure was on during that scramble in front of goal.

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Re: 2014 WK-League

Postby OttoSilver » Mon Mar 31, 2014 10:05 pm

Round 4 games are done for the day

Busan 0 vs 2 Incheon
Daejeon 1 vs 1 Suwon
Goyang 0 vs 0 Seoul City Hall
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Re: 2014 WK-League

Postby OttoSilver » Mon Apr 07, 2014 4:03 pm

Round 5 played of like dees

Jeonbuk 0 vs 1 Suwon
Daejeon 2 vs 1 Busan Sangmu
Goyang 0 vs 0 Incheon
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Re: 2014 WK-League

Postby OttoSilver » Mon Apr 07, 2014 4:07 pm

Round 6, or as I'm going to start calling it, Round Something, will have matches tonight at 19:00:

Seoul vs Incheon
Busan Sangmu vs Jeonbuk
Goyang vs Daejeon

Once I figure out how to get league standings posted I will pop it in here. For myself, mostly, I guess. :)
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Re: 2014 WK-League

Postby Holyjoe » Mon Apr 07, 2014 7:15 pm

Depending on how keen you are at tracking statistics I'd recommend using the excellent Ltrack program. I use that to track the K1, K2 and National League, used to track the Challengers League but I can't be arsed as it's bloody complicated to do the inter-league as well. You can enter as many or as few stats as you want per match, I tend to put in results and attendances, used to put in goalscorers and goal times as well for the K-League but can't be bothered with that. The software lets you produce all sorts of fun stats as well and it's really easy to export league tables, it's worth giving it a go anyway.

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Re: 2014 WK-League

Postby OttoSilver » Mon Apr 07, 2014 11:44 pm

I'll have a look, even if it just because I'm curious.
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Re: 2014 WK-League

Postby Holyjoe » Mon Apr 07, 2014 11:50 pm

I've uploaded my current 2014 K1 file here so you can download it and have a look at a file with data in it once you install the Ltrack program.

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Re: 2014 WK-League

Postby OttoSilver » Mon Apr 07, 2014 11:53 pm

Results for Round Something

Seoul 2 vs 1 Incheon
Busan Sangmu 2 vs 1 Jeonbuk
Goyang 4 vs 2 Daejeon

Things are looking a bit cramped there.

Suwon have 8 points
Daejeon, Incheon, Seoul, Goyang and Buasan, all on 7 points.
Jeonbuk with 6 points
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Re: 2014 WK-League

Postby theglobalgnome » Fri Apr 11, 2014 3:31 am

Went to the Daejeon vs Seoul game earlier this evening and it went all kinds of crazy.

Daejeon were 2-1 up when a Seoul player went down injured just before the hour. Daejeon played on, but Seoul cleared, and Daejeon still played on. When they eventually missed, Seoul's manager called his players off and they headed to the dressing room. The Daejeon players seemed to assume they were coming back and were just keeping themselves warm on the field, but when the Seoul players eventually materialised they were tracksuited up and headed off home. After a brief chat to someone in the ground, I walked out but the Seoul bus had already left.

It was pretty dramatic for my first ever women's game.

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Re: 2014 WK-League

Postby OttoSilver » Fri Apr 11, 2014 4:05 pm

I have always wanted to see a team wslk of the field and just not return? They always return after being drama queens. NO one ever has the balls to just leave the game. Guess we know where the ball in this country hang out. *hu-yak.hu-yak*

I really want to go to at least one game for photos, but they don't play anywhere near me so going to a game during the week is just not practical.

I see Soccerway lists the game as suspended. I'm trying to find more information on what is going on there.

Update:

The WK-League twitter account says this:
[ 2014 WK-LEAGUE 7R ]
서울시청의 경기중단으로 인해 대전스포츠토토의 몰수승입니다.
[19:00] 대전스포츠토토 3 vs 0 서울시청 (경기종료


Bing's Translator gives me this great line:

[ 2014 WK-LEAGUE 7R ]
Due to the disruption of war, Seoul City Hall Sports Toto's forfeited WINS.
[19: 00] war Sports Toto 3 vs 0 Seoul City Hall (played)
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Re: 2014 WK-League

Postby SaintsCanada » Fri Apr 11, 2014 4:13 pm

So this practice of courtesy playing the ball out has now been reduced to absurdum.

It originated as a kind act of courtesy, out of zero obligation under the laws or under common sense.

Then it became standard practice.

Then it became expected behaviour.

Then people started having hissy-fits over it not being implemented quickly enough for the team being done a favour.

And now we have a match being abandoned.

This stupid practice should be completely abandoned. Play to the whistle, the end.
오오오오오, 나의 사랑 인천 에프시!

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Re: 2014 WK-League

Postby OttoSilver » Wed Apr 16, 2014 10:46 am

As much as I would have loved to see the whole thing play off, I do think Seoul deserve everything that came their way.

With the amount of cheating going on in football by people who fall and cry without even being touched at all, not even lightly, I say play on, always. Sadly every team cheats in this way, and to walk off the field then I'm sure they same player took a tumble or two in hope of a penalty is shameful in itself.

If I were a coach I would fine a player for kicking a ball out, unless it is one of those obvious "OMG! Did you see that!" cases. Otherwise we play rugby rules. The ball stops moving when the whistle blows.
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Re: 2014 WK-League

Postby OttoSilver » Wed Apr 16, 2014 10:51 am

In other news, more game were played on Monday and I apparently missed it. (Thought it was yesterday)

Suwon 1 - 1 Goyang Daekyo
Jeonbuk KSPO 3 - 4 Seoul Amazones
Daejeon Sportstoto 1 - 1 Red Angels

Seoul moves back up the table at the expense of Jeonbuk who are still bottom.

Goyang Daekyo - 11 points
Seoul Amazones - 10
Suwon - 10
Red Angels - 8
Busan Sangmu - 8
Daejeon Sportstoto - 8
Jeonbuk KSPO - 6
There are two routes to success in football. One is being good. The other is being lucky. You need both to win a championship. But you need only one to win a match.

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Re: 2014 WK-League

Postby OttoSilver » Fri Apr 18, 2014 11:53 am

Last night's results:

Incheon 3 - 0 Jeonbuk
Goyang 3 - 2 Busan
Suwon 2 - 1 Seoul
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