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Re: 2015 K-League post split matches

Postby Alex43 » Sun Nov 22, 2015 10:56 pm

suwon back in 2nd after their 2-1 win...

heard from some jeonbuk fans that suwon fans are really unhappy with kaio... havent watched him at all this season other than highlights. the fans are rooting for his departure this winter...
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Re: 2015 K-League post split matches

Postby eujin » Sun Nov 22, 2015 11:15 pm

Alex43 wrote:suwon back in 2nd after their 2-1 win...

and they're staying there as Jeonbuk aren't going to make any effort next week.

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Re: 2015 K-League post split matches

Postby Holyjoe » Sun Nov 22, 2015 11:23 pm

Alex43 wrote:suwon back in 2nd after their 2-1 win...

heard from some jeonbuk fans that suwon fans are really unhappy with kaio... havent watched him at all this season other than highlights. the fans are rooting for his departure this winter...


They're also really pissed off with Zoran Urumov for recommending the club sign Iliyan Mitsanski as he's been worse than useless and doesn't look at all interested. Could be quite a few personnel changes at Suwon this summer.

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Re: 2015 K-League post split matches

Postby changwonmatty » Mon Nov 23, 2015 5:21 pm

Pity about Gyeongnam...been a clusterfuck of a club for a few years now. Maybe its better they pull the plug and hopefully a bigger Changwon FC can rise from the ashes
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Re: 2015 K-League post split matches

Postby Alex43 » Mon Nov 23, 2015 8:32 pm

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Alex43 wrote:suwon back in 2nd after their 2-1 win...

heard from some jeonbuk fans that suwon fans are really unhappy with kaio... havent watched him at all this season other than highlights. the fans are rooting for his departure this winter...


They're also really pissed off with Zoran Urumov for recommending the club sign Iliyan Mitsanski as he's been worse than useless and doesn't look at all interested. Could be quite a few personnel changes at Suwon this summer.


on the korean forums, there is talk about a japanese club having interest in kaio; the suwon fans are saying "1+1" trying to get rid of both of them.
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Re: 2015 K-League post split matches

Postby Alex43 » Mon Nov 23, 2015 8:34 pm

eujin wrote:
Alex43 wrote:suwon back in 2nd after their 2-1 win...

and they're staying there as Jeonbuk aren't going to make any effort next week.


we will start LDK with Lee geun ho up top. leo will be on the bench and luiz will start. the rest of the mid field will be a bunch of young blokes that i have never seen and the players on the field will be looking to show off individual talents instead of getting a team win..
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Re: 2015 K-League post split matches

Postby Holyjoe » Tue Nov 24, 2015 7:25 am

Alex43 wrote:
Holyjoe wrote:
Alex43 wrote:suwon back in 2nd after their 2-1 win...

heard from some jeonbuk fans that suwon fans are really unhappy with kaio... havent watched him at all this season other than highlights. the fans are rooting for his departure this winter...


They're also really pissed off with Zoran Urumov for recommending the club sign Iliyan Mitsanski as he's been worse than useless and doesn't look at all interested. Could be quite a few personnel changes at Suwon this summer.


on the korean forums, there is talk about a japanese club having interest in kaio; the suwon fans are saying "1+1" trying to get rid of both of them.


We really should get a transfer thread going now, Kawasaki Frontale are also looking to raid Suwon as they're after Jung Sung-ryong for some reason.

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Re: 2015 K-League post split matches

Postby Suwonesque » Sun Nov 29, 2015 8:10 pm

I am not sure if 2nd place is a success or a failure.

Bittersweet season. Suwon is there when no pressure. Suwon is very invisible when we really have to win.
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Re: 2015 K-League post split matches

Postby Holyjoe » Sun Nov 29, 2015 8:44 pm

Suwonesque wrote:I am not sure if 2nd place is a success or a failure.

Bittersweet season. Suwon is there when no pressure. Suwon is very invisible when we really have to win.


That pretty much sums Suwon up for the past 5-6 seasons... eujin will point to the fan campaign to get Cha ousted and perhaps there's something in that. They've been sorely lacking in the games that matter under first Yoon and now Seo's management. Hmm.

Cha was still a twat though. That's my theory and I'm sticking to it...

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Re: 2015 K-League post split matches

Postby changwonmatty » Sun Nov 29, 2015 11:16 pm

I watched some of the Suwon vs. Jeonbuk game and for a top of the table clash the crowd was a bit on the small side. I know it meant nothing and the weather was not great (clear blue skies down this part of the country though) but I would be surprised if there was 10 000 people.
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Re: 2015 K-League post split matches

Postby SteveW » Mon Nov 30, 2015 12:43 am

Pretty unimpressive season all round from most of the teams with only really Seongnam performing to above expectations.

With another round of transfers out to China, Japan and the ME on the horizon plus budget cuts all round I think we might be in for some lean years for the K-League.
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Re: 2015 K-League post split matches

Postby Alex43 » Wed Dec 02, 2015 10:07 am

it might be the lack of beers, lack of time, lack of games... but im with steve, a bit un interested. there really wasnt that much excitement (imo)after thesummer window. seoul jumped up again,seongnam did we;;, ulsan and gwangju's dive was abit funny... nothing else...
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Re: 2015 K-League post split matches

Postby MipoFanatic » Fri Dec 11, 2015 12:57 pm

Here's a video of Busan's goals from the 2015 season.


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Re: 2015 K-League post split matches

Postby Alex43 » Fri Jan 08, 2016 10:07 pm

cant find where we had it last year. stadium attendance v population of the area the team represents. anyone worked those out this year?
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