2015 K3 League season

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Re: 2015 K3 League season

Postby changwonmatty » Sat Oct 10, 2015 9:04 pm

Some imagination...pity I missed him in action.

For us stationed in the south of Korea K3 is an impossibility but this thread has made me wish that Changwon might start one up.
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Re: 2015 K3 League season

Postby Rothesay Saint » Sat Oct 10, 2015 10:52 pm

Reading this on the subway, people are giving me some well deserved strange looks at my failed attempts to stop laughing. :)
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Re: 2015 K3 League season

Postby paquebot » Sat Oct 10, 2015 11:47 pm

changwonmatty wrote:For us stationed in the south of Korea K3 is an impossibility but this thread has made me wish that Changwon might start one up.


Changwon: 35.2279° N
Youngkwang: 35.2750° N

The south of Korea has a team, it's just located on the opposite coast. :wink:
Busan, Changwon, and Gimhae all have teams playing at other levels, maybe situate a team in Jinju as well? Plenty of inspiration for a club badge -- the Republic of Korea Air Force Education and Training Command, Jinju Castle and the Imjin War, bull fighting ...

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Gimpo won their group on goal difference. Gimpo +59, Hwaseong +29. Hwaseong fans will probably be furious their team couldn't put more past Martyrs in the deluge that was their 25 July match. (Ended 0:3 to Hwaseong)

Round 25 Results

ㅡA조ㅡ
Pocheon 10:1 Seoul Martyrs :smt102 Martyrs scored against Pocheon! :smt102
Cheonan 0:3 Paju
Pyeongchang 2:0 Gyeongju :shock:
Jeonju 2:4 Uijeongbu
Off: Icheon

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Goyang 1:4 Hwaseong
Gimpo 0:0 Chuncheon
Seoul United 0:2 Cheongju
Youngkwang 0:1 Yangju
Off: Jungnang
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Re: 2015 K3 League season

Postby paquebot » Sat Oct 10, 2015 11:54 pm

Play-Off Schedule

31 October
1 | Hwaseong vs. Paju
2 | Gyeongju vs. Yangju

7 November
3 | Winner 1 vs. Winner 2

14 November
4 | Gimpo vs. Winner 3

21 November
Pocheon vs. Winner 4
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Re: 2015 K3 League season

Postby Rothesay Saint » Sun Oct 11, 2015 12:00 am

paquebot wrote:Gimpo won their group on goal difference. Gimpo +59, Hwaseong +29. Hwaseong fans will probably be furious their team couldn't put more past Martyrs in the deluge that was their 25 July match. (Ended 0:3 to Hwaseong)


Yeah, Gimpo beat them 28-0, so it wasn't all Martyrs fault that the Gimps won the group, but mostly their fault.

I think if they had needed a win today they could have probably got one, but 0-0 suited them well enough.
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Re: 2015 K3 League season

Postby Martyrs Forever » Sun Oct 11, 2015 2:28 am

Met jpbaptista


Hang on....did jpbaptista end up going to the Zebras?! WTF?!

Changwon: 35.2279° N
Youngkwang: 35.2750° N


Only paquebot could answer with coordinates!

Another season over for the Martyrs. Will it be our last ever game?! That's one of two big questions for the off-season. The other being: Are the layabouts of ROK football forum going to actually take over a club and FC United of Manchester our asses up the pyramid?

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Re: 2015 K3 League season

Postby jpbaptista » Sun Oct 11, 2015 11:36 am

(not sure how the quoting works)

Seoul Utd: I was there yesterday, and I must say you have a nice, cosy stadium! I sat just next to the exit but saw the 'ultras' doing a good job :wink: next time I'll sit closer to you guys and make contact.

paquebot: Great meeting you yesterday! Your football knowledge in general is impressive, and love for the K3, the stadiums, relocations, league structure, history, and other details surprised me. A humble professor that gave me a great intro to the K3! Now I'm looking forward to visiting other venues, starting with all of those covered by the Seoul metro...

Martyrs forever: What can we expect from someone (wife) who finds it great to walk around in shopping malls, looking at clothes and other rubbish for a whole afternoon? :roll: I was really looking forward to seeing the SM (just realised it can stand for Seoul Martyrs and sado-masochism, which makes sense...) but because I hadn't realised the match was away I ended up going to the rival's stadium to spy on their team, taking notes thoroughly that will be faxed to the SM manager :lol:

Enjoy the post-season, everybody!

I'll try to go to one or two matches, and will let you know about my whereabouts.

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Re: 2015 K3 League season

Postby changwonmatty » Sun Oct 11, 2015 9:36 pm

Martyrs Forever wrote:
Changwon: 35.2279° N
Youngkwang: 35.2750° N

Only paquebot could answer with coordinates!


Might be similar latitudes but only about 300 kms. away....might stick to the Kleague challenge.

Changwon did have a K3 team for a season a long time ago but it folded....also noted Samcheok had a team from 2007-2010, a bit out of the way (been there three times though for the snow crabs). Did anyone ever see a game there?


Edit: Looks a couple made the effort ... http://forum.rokfootball.com/viewtopic.php?nomobile=1&f=19&t=2143&p=32443&hilit=samcheok#p32443
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Re: 2015 K3 League season

Postby Martyrs Forever » Mon Oct 12, 2015 1:42 am

I'm predicting a Pocheon-Paju final. Bastards!

@changwonmatty - Piggy and Sampo have been everywhere! Piggy probably made it to the local high school tournament and walked up about six mountains too....

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Re: 2015 K3 League season

Postby Sampo » Mon Oct 12, 2015 2:13 pm

Martyrs Forever wrote:I'm predicting a Pocheon-Paju final. Bastards!

@changwonmatty - Piggy and Sampo have been everywhere! Piggy probably made it to the local high school tournament and walked up about six mountains too....



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Re: 2015 K3 League season

Postby OttoSilver » Mon Oct 12, 2015 4:40 pm

Sheez! I don't come to the forum for a week and suddenly there are two pages full of K3 posts?! I have work to do, people! I cant sit here all day reading this!

paquebot wrote:MartyrsForever and Gyongmaman cheer for Martyrs, SeoulUtd supports Seoul United, SteveW has taken a fancy to Jungnang, I'm a fan of Yangju, OttoSilver regularly reads this thread but I'm not sure what team he feels strongest about (Icheon?), and RothesaySaint gets to various K3 matches throughout the season..


I lived in Icheon for a long time, so I have a soft spot for them, but I have kind of become a Zebra because of their AFC Wimbledon like history. (Don't even TRY to mention my other team here!) I have been to quite a few martyrs matches as well, because, you know, MARTYRS. Next year I want to do more K3ing and might follow the Zebras around a bit as an excuse to visit new venues.

paquebot wrote:It's worth taking information from soccerway with a grain of salt. They've had incorrect scorelines on their website a time or two in the past.


I've written them a few times, usually because they don't always grasp how the league splits and stuff work. To be fair to them though, we are here and half the time we don't know either. I mean, half points people.

paquebot wrote:Play-Off Schedule

31 October
1 | Hwaseong vs. Paju
2 | Gyeongju vs. Yangju

7 November
3 | Winner 1 vs. Winner 2

14 November
4 | Gimpo vs. Winner 3

21 November
Pocheon vs. Winner 4


Depending on what else might be happening on that day, I might head to the Hwaseong game in the 31st. It is close enough. I've never been to Paju or Yangju, so I would seriously consider the long trek to either if they make it to the next round. Gimpo is very likely since I've never been there. T leaves Pocheon. Do I really want to do that all over again? (If I can get decent information about which brand of Pocheon makgeolli is worth drinking, then I might go :) )
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Re: 2015 K3 League season

Postby SeoulUtd » Mon Oct 12, 2015 5:45 pm

Yeah! Great, Otto! Being a Zebra is a great thing.

You can sing with drunken Ajjusis and get a can of beer for free maybe :)

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Re: 2015 K3 League season

Postby OttoSilver » Mon Oct 12, 2015 10:57 pm

I'm going to folow the team, but pretend I dont know them. I'll always sit with the other team. That way I get free beer everywhere :smt005
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Re: 2015 K3 League season

Postby paquebot » Mon Oct 19, 2015 1:16 am

Forgot to mention it earlier in the season, but Chuncheon FC rolled out a new badge for 2015:

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Re: 2015 K3 League season

Postby Martyrs Forever » Tue Oct 20, 2015 1:38 am

They do that every year! Didn't it used to be a panther? Now it's a tiger? What?! It's like Manimal!


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