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Re: 2015 K3 League season

Postby paquebot » Sat Oct 31, 2015 7:55 pm

2015 K-League 6강 Results:

Gyeongju 3:2 Yangju
Hwaseong 2:1 Paju

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Also, didn't realize this earlier, but back on 15 October Seoul E-Land hosted Pocheon at the Jamshil Stadium. The result?

Seoul E-Land 1:2 Pocheon
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Re: 2015 K3 League season

Postby Martyrs Forever » Sun Nov 01, 2015 12:52 am

YAngju were lucky to be in the play-offs! Paju losing is great though Hwaseong are too professional for K3. Pocheon's going to win again.....so it's all meaningless although the Bears won today so maybe it's the year of the underdogs.....

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Re: 2015 K3 League season

Postby paquebot » Sun Nov 01, 2015 1:08 am

Martyrs Forever wrote:YAngju were lucky to be in the play-offs!


No, we earned our spot. Besides, unlike all the teams in Group A, we only played against the Martyrs once this season. That's three points free right there.
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Re: 2015 K3 League season

Postby paquebot » Sat Nov 07, 2015 3:16 pm

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


Paju knocked out by Hwaseong in the first round of play-offs, so we won't be seeing Martyrs Forever's dream final.
Hwaseong host Gyeongju with kick-off at 2:30pm today.

Going to guess Hwaseong win this one, let's say 3:2.

Also, here's the list of top scorers from the KFA site:

01 | 박동희 | 30 goals | 25 matches | Gimpo (10 vs. Martyrs away)
02 | 김원민 | 28 goals | 18 matches | Pocheon (16 vs. Martyrs home + 4 vs. Martyrs away)
03 | 김성민 | 24 goals | 23 matches | Pocheon (2 vs. Martyrs home? Nobody named 김성민 is listed in that match but there is a 김민)
04 | 박종윤 | 24 goals | 25 matches | Gyeongju (8 vs. Martyrs away + 5 vs. Martyrs home)
05 | 엄강호 | 22 goals | 23 matches | Cheongju (9 vs. Martyrs away)

Take away the goals against Martyrs and the table becomes:

01 | 박동희 | 20 goals | 25 matches | Gimpo
02 | 김원민 | 18 goals | 18 matches | Pocheon
03 | 김성민 | 22 goals | 23 matches | Pocheon (or 24 goals from 23 matches if 김성민 and 김민 are different players)
04 | 박종윤 | 11 goals | 25 matches | Gyeongju
05 | 엄강호 | 13 goals | 23 matches | Cheongju
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Re: 2015 K3 League season

Postby Holyjoe » Sat Nov 07, 2015 8:12 pm

So Gyeongju it is who will go on to play Gimpo next weekend, the playoff match with Hwaseong ending goalless at the end of extra time with Gyeongju winning 8-7 in the resultant penalty shoot out.

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Re: 2015 K3 League season

Postby OttoSilver » Mon Nov 09, 2015 3:28 pm

Martyrs Forever wrote: Pocheon's going to win again.....so it's all meaningless although the Bears won today so maybe it's the year of the underdogs.....


Hwaseong are the current champion though.

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


Also, here's the list of top scorers from the KFA site:

01 | 박동희 | 30 goals | 25 matches | Gimpo (10 vs. Martyrs away)
02 | 김원민 | 28 goals | 18 matches | Pocheon (16 vs. Martyrs home + 4 vs. Martyrs away)
03 | 김성민 | 24 goals | 23 matches | Pocheon (2 vs. Martyrs home? Nobody named 김성민 is listed in that match but there is a 김민)
04 | 박종윤 | 24 goals | 25 matches | Gyeongju (8 vs. Martyrs away + 5 vs. Martyrs home)
05 | 엄강호 | 22 goals | 23 matches | Cheongju (9 vs. Martyrs away)

Take away the goals against Martyrs and the table becomes:

01 | 박동희 | 20 goals | 25 matches | Gimpo
02 | 김원민 | 18 goals | 18 matches | Pocheon
03 | 김성민 | 22 goals | 23 matches | Pocheon (or 24 goals from 23 matches if 김성민 and 김민 are different players)
04 | 박종윤 | 11 goals | 25 matches | Gyeongju
05 | 엄강호 | 13 goals | 23 matches | Cheongju


I believe that without the martyrs goals he is down to 8 goals.
28 - (16 +4) = 8 goals.
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Re: 2015 K3 League season

Postby paquebot » Mon Nov 09, 2015 10:59 pm

OttoSilver wrote:
paquebot wrote:01 | 박동희 | 30 goals | 25 matches | Gimpo (10 vs. Martyrs away)
02 | 김원민 | 28 goals | 18 matches | Pocheon (16 vs. Martyrs home + 4 vs. Martyrs away)
03 | 김성민 | 24 goals | 23 matches | Pocheon (2 vs. Martyrs home? Nobody named 김성민 is listed in that match but there is a 김민)
04 | 박종윤 | 24 goals | 25 matches | Gyeongju (8 vs. Martyrs away + 5 vs. Martyrs home)
05 | 엄강호 | 22 goals | 23 matches | Cheongju (9 vs. Martyrs away)

Take away the goals against Martyrs and the table becomes:

01 | 박동희 | 20 goals | 25 matches | Gimpo
02 | 김원민 | 18 goals | 18 matches | Pocheon
03 | 김성민 | 22 goals | 23 matches | Pocheon (or 24 goals from 23 matches if 김성민 and 김민 are different players)
04 | 박종윤 | 11 goals | 25 matches | Gyeongju
05 | 엄강호 | 13 goals | 23 matches | Cheongju


I believe that without the martyrs goals he is down to 8 goals.
28 - (16 +4) = 8 goals.


Yes, that's right. Thanks for the correction! Much less impressive goal-scoring rate if you take away all those goals he scored against Martyrs. His teammate 김성민 looks much better from a pure numbers standpoint. No idea what their playing style is like on the pitch though.

In other news, it's been a couple of weeks since I took this photo, but I found a banner up in town for 안준수. Looks like the Uijeongbu FC player was part of Korea's 2015 FIFA U-17 World Cup squad. Given his age and potential I'm not sure how much longer he'll be affiliated with the club, but it's exciting to see the K3 represented at an international event.

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Re: 2015 K3 League season

Postby SteveW » Mon Nov 09, 2015 11:17 pm

Wow Hwaseong going out is a bit of a surprise. Gyeongju are a good side though. Is the final at Pocheon again then? Otto can try to get another golden ball.
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Re: 2015 K3 League season

Postby paquebot » Tue Nov 10, 2015 1:24 am

The final is scheduled to be played in Pocheon at the 포천종합운동장 on 21 November. This week's semi-final is at the 김포종합운동장.

Of the three remaining sides Gyeongju has 2 championship titles, Gimpo has 0, and Pocheon has 3.
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Re: 2015 K3 League season

Postby SeoulUtd » Tue Nov 10, 2015 3:37 pm

paquebot wrote:
OttoSilver wrote:
paquebot wrote:01 | 박동희 | 30 goals | 25 matches | Gimpo (10 vs. Martyrs away)
02 | 김원민 | 28 goals | 18 matches | Pocheon (16 vs. Martyrs home + 4 vs. Martyrs away)
03 | 김성민 | 24 goals | 23 matches | Pocheon (2 vs. Martyrs home? Nobody named 김성민 is listed in that match but there is a 김민)
04 | 박종윤 | 24 goals | 25 matches | Gyeongju (8 vs. Martyrs away + 5 vs. Martyrs home)
05 | 엄강호 | 22 goals | 23 matches | Cheongju (9 vs. Martyrs away)

Take away the goals against Martyrs and the table becomes:

01 | 박동희 | 20 goals | 25 matches | Gimpo
02 | 김원민 | 18 goals | 18 matches | Pocheon
03 | 김성민 | 22 goals | 23 matches | Pocheon (or 24 goals from 23 matches if 김성민 and 김민 are different players)
04 | 박종윤 | 11 goals | 25 matches | Gyeongju
05 | 엄강호 | 13 goals | 23 matches | Cheongju


I believe that without the martyrs goals he is down to 8 goals.
28 - (16 +4) = 8 goals.


Yes, that's right. Thanks for the correction! Much less impressive goal-scoring rate if you take away all those goals he scored against Martyrs. His teammate 김성민 looks much better from a pure numbers standpoint. No idea what their playing style is like on the pitch though.

In other news, it's been a couple of weeks since I took this photo, but I found a banner up in town for 안준수. Looks like the Uijeongbu FC player was part of Korea's 2015 FIFA U-17 World Cup squad. Given his age and potential I'm not sure how much longer he'll be affiliated with the club, but it's exciting to see the K3 represented at an international event.

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Unfortunately, that FC and K3's FC is different. That FC Uijeongbu is just local youth club. They are known as 'Study and Football' club unlike 'Football Only' other clubs.

So.. 안준수 has 0 percent connenction with poor FC Uijeongbu in K3

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Re: 2015 K3 League season

Postby paquebot » Sat Nov 14, 2015 8:12 pm

Ah, didn't realize there was another Uijeongbu FC out there. Oh well.

Play-off semi-finals took place today:
Gimpo 2:2 Gyeongju

Gyeongju won the penalty shoot-out 3:5 and will face Pocheon next week. Second time in as many weeks where Gyeongju have progressed by winning via PSO.

Next week will also make three weeks in a row where the club has traveled from Gyeongju to Gyeonggi-do for their match. Wouldn't really mind seeing them beat the duck shaggers.
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Re: 2015 K3 League season

Postby SteveW » Sat Nov 14, 2015 8:38 pm

Technically isn't the K3 side FC Uijeongbu rather than Uijeongbu FC or have I totally imagined that?
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Re: 2015 K3 League season

Postby paquebot » Sun Nov 15, 2015 12:55 am

No, you're right. FC Uijeongbu it is.
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Re: 2015 K3 League season

Postby OttoSilver » Sun Nov 15, 2015 8:40 am

I found out that there is an Anyang FC as well. They are a Sunday League team.

I'm wondering if that is why FC Anyang got their FC Seoul following name, but then again, Anyang FC are a bunch of Waegooks and it seems unlikely that the city will care if they have the same name.
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Re: 2015 K3 League season

Postby Holyjoe » Sun Nov 15, 2015 9:08 pm

Our very own njs (MIA) was one of the founding members of the expat Anyang side, I think Cyclops played for them as well.

The original Seoul United were an expat side playing in the Seoul Sunday Football League and were officially KFA registered and everything (they'd competed in the preliminary rounds of the FA Cup at one point too) before the zebra types came along and used the name.


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