2015 summer transfer thread

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2015 summer transfer thread

Postby Holyjoe » Mon Jun 08, 2015 8:26 pm

FC Seoul look to be kicking things off, they've been strongly linked with a move for former Western Sydney Wanderers midfielder Yojiro Takahagi, and I've also read rumours they were looking at Montenegrin winger Petar Grbic who currently plays for Partizan Belgrade.

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Re: 2015 summer transfer thread

Postby RoqueJunior » Mon Jun 08, 2015 8:29 pm

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Re: 2015 summer transfer thread

Postby Holyjoe » Tue Jun 16, 2015 6:51 pm

Takahagi arrives:

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Re: 2015 summer transfer thread

Postby Alex43 » Wed Jun 17, 2015 6:43 am

#takahagi

so who is out? from a guy that doesnt like seeing seoul win... ever... please not escudero #2014FACUPfinal
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Re: 2015 summer transfer thread

Postby Holyjoe » Sat Jun 20, 2015 5:42 am

K-League side declare formal interest in Norshahrul Idlan?

Incheon United FC are reportedly keen on securing the signature of Terengganu forward Norshahrul Idlan Talaha.

The Malaysian international only joined the Turtles in April, after leaving ATM, but it now appears that a move to South Korea could be on the cards for the former Kelantan and JDT man.

An official letter from Incheon United has been circulating on social media, where the Korean side expressed their official interest in acquiring the services of Mat Yo. They also took the liberty of mentioning that a move for the 29 year-old would boost the profile of Malaysian football in general.

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It must be noted that there are several grammatical errors in the letter and absence of any confirmation means that it could very well be a rumour.

Should the speculation be true, it also claims that Norshahrul is undecided over the offer. He is said to be mulling over the fact that he’s reaching the latter part of his career and that he’s past his peak form.

Incheon is the third biggest city in South Korea with Incheon United being the resident club of the city. It currently competes in the K-League, which is one of the most reputable leagues in Asia, and features players like Lee Chun-Soo on it’s team roster.

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Re: 2015 summer transfer thread

Postby Evergreen » Mon Jun 22, 2015 1:31 pm

It must be noted that there are several grammatical errors in the letter and absence of any confirmation means that it could very well be a rumour.


This surely means it is legit!
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Re: 2015 summer transfer thread

Postby OttoSilver » Wed Jun 24, 2015 5:06 pm

It must be noted that there are several grammatical errors in the letter and absence of any confirmation means that it could very well be a rumour.


I would be worried if it was perfect.

As for Incheon being the Economic and Cultural center of North Est Asia... I can think of a number of cities who will snigger at the before moving on with the actual business of running the NE Asian economy. That little city a short train ride East, where 25% of Korea's population lives, might be in that list.
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Re: 2015 summer transfer thread

Postby Holyjoe » Sat Jun 27, 2015 5:57 am

Some stories suggesting that Ulsan could be about to be considerably weakened this transfer window.. they're reportedly going to let Filip Kasalica go, and there has been interest in Kim Shin-wook from Trabzonspor and goalkeeper Kim Seung-kyu from Olympiakos. Not sure either move would be good for those players financially, Turkish clubs don't have a great record of paying foreign players (though Trabzonspor are one of the bigger clubs so might not be so prone to that) and there's no money left anywhere in Greece so that wouldn't be the smartest of moves right now...

Seongnam have re-signed former defender Jang Hak-young - he spent six or seven years there before heading off to do his military service. He decided against going to Sangmu or the Police however and instead spent time helping old ladies use the subway, and was registered as a Seoul United player for the duration of his public service stint. After finishing he moved to Busan I'Park but he's now gone back to Seongnam.

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Re: 2015 summer transfer thread

Postby Holyjoe » Mon Jun 29, 2015 5:48 pm

Alex Wilkinson had enough of Korea? Some stories suggesting he's leaving Jeonbuk to sign for Melbourne Victory...

One potential transfer that won't be happening for at least 18 months is that of Police FC out of Ansan, they've agreed a deal to extend their stay at the Wa Squiggle for one more year.

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Re: 2015 summer transfer thread

Postby Alex43 » Tue Jun 30, 2015 8:12 am

Holyjoe wrote:Alex Wilkinson had enough of Korea? Some stories suggesting he's leaving Jeonbuk to sign for Melbourne Victory...

One potential transfer that won't be happening for at least 18 months is that of Police FC out of Ansan, they've agreed a deal to extend their stay at the Wa Squiggle for one more year.


i talked the family this past week but i didnt think they were heading back to OZ just yet although i know the paid like melbourne as most aussies do. its no secret he was looking to go to china last winter and jeonbuk planned on it, aka the amount of center backs we have again and probably why jong in hwan was looking for a place in china. i tihnk he was a huge part of our D last year because he played nonstop in the CB position. this year they are doing some rotational stuff that i think is keeping the D from getting into a routine/momentum
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Re: 2015 summer transfer thread

Postby Holyjoe » Tue Jun 30, 2015 4:49 pm

Daejeon are beginning their summer rebuild with a scapegoating of the foreigners - Ricardinho and Sassa have both been binned, the bossman reckons he'd like to replace pretty much everyone but that's not going to happen.

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Re: 2015 summer transfer thread

Postby Frontierman » Wed Jul 01, 2015 9:34 pm

Melbourne just about full I think. Bringing everyone back except Milligan who just left. They could make him the Aussie marque I suppose which would be outside the cap.
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Re: 2015 summer transfer thread

Postby Holyjoe » Thu Jul 02, 2015 6:04 am

Jong Te-se is more than likely on the move this window.. he gave the whole "no comment" response to journalists when asked about potential transfer interest from Kashiwa Reysol and Shimizu S-Pulse but I believe he's one of the big name players at Suwon out of contract at the end of the season (along with the likes of Jung Sung-ryong, Yeom Ki-hoon and Oh Jang-eun so they might end up taking a little bit of money now rather than seeing him go for nothing in December.

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Re: 2015 summer transfer thread

Postby SteveW » Thu Jul 02, 2015 6:54 pm

Daejeon have gone a bit mad today and signed:

Ko Min-hyuk from Ulsan on loan.

Son Seol-min from Gangwon on loan

Kim Tae-bong from Anyang

Han Eui-kwon from Gyeongnam (swap for Song Ju-han)

Not sure 3 players from struggling Challenge teams and an Ulsan guy are going to be enough to save them to be honest.
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Re: 2015 summer transfer thread

Postby Holyjoe » Tue Jul 07, 2015 7:21 pm

Jong has now left Suwon and signed for Shimizu. Rumour has it that Urawa Reds' former Southampton and Kashiwa Reysol striker Tadanari Lee will be his replacement.


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