Round 11 - 2010 K League Season (Children's Day)

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Will you be attending a Children's Day match?

Poll ended at Tue May 11, 2010 5:13 pm

Absolutely.
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38%
No, I'm busy.
3
19%
If I was in Korea, I would.
7
44%
 
Total votes: 16

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Round 11 - 2010 K League Season (Children's Day)

Postby anamerican » Mon May 03, 2010 1:34 am

Wednesday May 5th 2010

Pohang Steelers 13 : 00 Ulsan Horang-i
Jeju United 13 : 00 Daegu
Gyeongnam 14 : 00 Busan I'Park
Seoul 15 : 00 Seongnam Ilhwa Chunma
Suwon Bluewings 15 : 00 Daejeon Citizen
Gangwon 15 : 00 Incheon United
Chunnam Dragons 15 : 30 Jeonbuk Motors
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Re: Round 11 - 2010 K League Season (Children's Day)

Postby just because » Mon May 03, 2010 6:34 pm

My wife wants to spend some quality time this Wednesday together and considering she is not a fan of the game of football I doubt I will be attending the Gyeongnam derby.

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Re: Round 11 - 2010 K League Season (Children's Day)

Postby Evergreen » Mon May 03, 2010 6:36 pm

Absolutely, I've been waiting for this game since the fixtures were announced. I wouldn't miss it for the world.
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Re: Round 11 - 2010 K League Season (Children's Day)

Postby paquebot » Mon May 03, 2010 6:43 pm

Evergreen wrote:Absolutely, I've been waiting for this game since the fixtures were announced. I wouldn't miss it for the world.


Fancy getting full points from Suwon? :wink:
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Re: Round 11 - 2010 K League Season (Children's Day)

Postby Evergreen » Mon May 03, 2010 6:55 pm

paquebot wrote:
Evergreen wrote:Absolutely, I've been waiting for this game since the fixtures were announced. I wouldn't miss it for the world.


Fancy getting full points from Suwon? :wink:


Well I hope so. It depends largely on which Daejeon shows up. We're certainly capable. That said I'm expecting Suwon to get a narrow victory.
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Re: Round 11 - 2010 K League Season (Children's Day)

Postby jamesedrupt » Mon May 03, 2010 7:28 pm

Is the Pope catholic? Do Bears shit in the woods?...I'm there with bells on. Just because is on the tight leash. I say bring her along mate, after all, how many times has she dragged you around Lotte on a Sunday when it's packed with posh koreans (or Koreans thinking their rich) :wink:

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Re: Round 11 - 2010 K League Season (Children's Day)

Postby just because » Mon May 03, 2010 10:46 pm

No chance I think...she has been twice and walked out at half time both times due to boredom.

I haven't been to Lotte for a long time mate...you might be leading the scoreboard in that one my friend :wink: I am due a trip however :smt100

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Re: Round 11 - 2010 K League Season (Children's Day)

Postby Rothesay Saint » Tue May 04, 2010 12:06 am

Looking forward to Seoul v Seongnam. If Seoul can avoid getting someone sent off then we I am hopeful we can take something from the game.
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Re: Round 11 - 2010 K League Season (Children's Day)

Postby anamerican » Tue May 04, 2010 6:49 am

Rothesay Saint wrote:Looking forward to Seoul v Seongnam. If Seoul can avoid getting someone sent off then we I am hopeful we can take something from the game.


"take something from the game"....Well I don't know what will happen, but Seoul are more than welcome to take "a lesson" from the game, while Seongnam takes 3 points. Hasn't it been a long time? Isn't it about time for Seoul to give up five or six goals?

Should be an interesting game.
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Re: Round 11 - 2010 K League Season (Children's Day)

Postby Rothesay Saint » Tue May 04, 2010 9:20 am

anamerican wrote:
Rothesay Saint wrote:Looking forward to Seoul v Seongnam. If Seoul can avoid getting someone sent off then we I am hopeful we can take something from the game.


"take something from the game"....Well I don't know what will happen, but Seoul are more than welcome to take "a lesson" from the game, while Seongnam takes 3 points. Hasn't it been a long time? Isn't it about time for Seoul to give up five or six goals?

Should be an interesting game.


No danger of Seoul giving up five or six goals, especially to a mid-table team like Seongnam.

Are you going to the game, or will the big crowd scare you?
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Re: Round 11 - 2010 K League Season (Children's Day)

Postby Rothesay Saint » Tue May 04, 2010 12:28 pm

Having a look at the stats on the K-league site and Seoul v Seongnam will be a battle between the two teams who have scored the most goals in the K-league this season. (Seoul 18, Seongnam 20).

The form guide is a bit of a chuckle too as you can see Suwon's six straight losses in all it's glory. But Suwon's terrible form seems to have taken the heat off Pohang a bit who have picked up only one point from the last six games and are also having a terrible start to the season.
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Re: Round 11 - 2010 K League Season (Children's Day)

Postby anamerican » Tue May 04, 2010 12:54 pm

Rothesay Saint wrote:
anamerican wrote:
Rothesay Saint wrote:Looking forward to Seoul v Seongnam. If Seoul can avoid getting someone sent off then we I am hopeful we can take something from the game.


"take something from the game"....Well I don't know what will happen, but Seoul are more than welcome to take "a lesson" from the game, while Seongnam takes 3 points. Hasn't it been a long time? Isn't it about time for Seoul to give up five or six goals?

Should be an interesting game.


No danger of Seoul giving up five or six goals, especially to a mid-table team like Seongnam.

Are you going to the game, or will the big crowd scare you?


I was tempted to sneak up there, but I will spend the day with my sons, which is great, but the in-laws will likely make my day less exciting.
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Re: Round 11 - 2010 K League Season (Children's Day)

Postby kingkenny7 » Tue May 04, 2010 9:46 pm

Rothesay Saint wrote:No danger of Seoul giving up five or six goals, especially to a mid-table team like Seongnam.

Are you going to the game, or will the big crowd scare you?


It's interesting that how can you called a 3rd team as 'mid-table' team. lol

Anyway it should be great game. Seoul said their goal is gathering 55,500 people hahahahaha rofl!
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Re: Round 11 - 2010 K League Season (Children's Day)

Postby anamerican » Tue May 04, 2010 11:36 pm

kingkenny wrote:
Rothesay Saint wrote:No danger of Seoul giving up five or six goals, especially to a mid-table team like Seongnam.

Are you going to the game, or will the big crowd scare you?


It's interesting that how can you called a 3rd team as 'mid-table' team. lol

Anyway it should be great game. Seoul said their goal is gathering 55,500 people hahahahaha rofl!


I thought Seoul wanted 55,555 fans. All fives. I think you're 55 fans short of their goal.
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Re: Round 11 - 2010 K League Season (Children's Day)

Postby paquebot » Wed May 05, 2010 12:15 am

anamerican wrote:
kingkenny wrote:
Rothesay Saint wrote:No danger of Seoul giving up five or six goals, especially to a mid-table team like Seongnam.

Are you going to the game, or will the big crowd scare you?


It's interesting that how can you called a 3rd team as 'mid-table' team. lol

Anyway it should be great game. Seoul said their goal is gathering 55,500 people hahahahaha rofl!


I thought Seoul wanted 55,555 fans. All fives. I think you're 55 fans short of their goal.


I think Kenny was leaving out the expected Seongnam fans in his figure. :wink:
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