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2016-17 Winter Transfer Window

Posted: Tue Aug 02, 2016 7:02 pm
by douzekim
Hi Guys !


1 - Who you feel would be a good fit in 2017 K-League ? ( Not including marquee players ) K-League can't afford that high salary football players :cry:

Some examples here on Global Transfer Talk from KleagueUnited

http://www.kleagueunited.com/2016/06/gl ... -talk.html


2 - Which team do you think they'd fit best with ?


I would love to hear good suggestions from you Guys !


From : An anonymous football agent 8)

Thanks for reading .

Re: 2017 Winter Transfer Window

Posted: Tue Aug 02, 2016 9:09 pm
by Suwonesque
Hope to see at least one EPL superstar in K-League. Drogba for Suwon Bluewings, van Persie to Seoul, Schweinsteiger in Jeonbuk.

Re: 2017 Winter Transfer Window

Posted: Tue Aug 02, 2016 9:24 pm
by Rothesay Saint
I'd like to see younger talent from abroad make a step up from Korean lower leagues.

Re: 2017 Winter Transfer Window

Posted: Wed Aug 03, 2016 5:28 am
by Holyjoe
Rothesay Saint wrote:I'd like to see younger talent from abroad make a step up from Korean lower leagues.


I concur. Go and watch Siheung, douzekim.

Re: 2016-17 Winter Transfer Window

Posted: Thu Oct 27, 2016 10:31 pm
by Holyjoe
Sports-g are reporting that Chungju Hummel could be in the move this winter with Cheonan the next destination for this much travelled club. That'd bring K-League football back to the city for the first time since Ilhwa departed in 1999 and would tie in (and allow them to capitalise financially) on the 2017 U17 World Cup of which Cheonan is one of the playing venues.

Re: 2016-17 Winter Transfer Window

Posted: Fri Oct 28, 2016 3:30 am
by MipoFanatic
Holyjoe wrote:Sports-g are reporting that Chungju Hummel could be in the move this winter with Cheonan the next destination for this much travelled club. That'd bring K-League football back to the city for the first time since Ilhwa departed in 1999 and would tie in (and allow them to capitalise financially) on the 2017 U17 World Cup of which Cheonan is one of the playing venues.


That would be Hummel's fifth city: Uijeongbu, Icheon, Nowon (Seoul), and currently Chungju. If they've remembered to use their stamp card this whole time, the sixth city should be free.

By analysing the pattern of previous moves (likely chosen by Unification Church divination sticks), it would appear the next city will either be Sokcho (Gangwon) or Mt. Geungang (Kumgang) in southeast North Korea.

Re: 2016-17 Winter Transfer Window

Posted: Fri Oct 28, 2016 10:37 am
by MipoFanatic
Rumours are again surfacing that Goyang Zaicro may depart the K-League this close season.

If only Korean football had some sort of system in which the worst clubs would automatically drop down one level. I'm not sure what you'd call such a process...

Re: 2016-17 Winter Transfer Window

Posted: Fri Oct 28, 2016 6:41 pm
by SteveW
Time for Goyang OB Rovers. That stadium is just too good not to have a team in it. Pity about the running tracks etc but its a really nice facility in a good location.

Presumably Zaicro don't fancy funding them again next season? They've pretty much fallen off a cliff in the last 18 months. They were top of the league for a decent chunk of the '15 season and this year they have won 2 games.

Think they are operating on a shoestring budget and lots of players left and were replaced with guys of a lower standard. No idea if the city are contributing to the team or not. You'd hope so.

People of Ilsan should be getting energised and tapped up for cash. Maybe a 'brand new' team would help them get behind it more?

ORRRRRR....... E-Land relocate to Goyang?

Re: 2016-17 Winter Transfer Window

Posted: Fri Oct 28, 2016 8:05 pm
by Holyjoe
Martyrs should make a bid for professionaldom and base themselves at the Goyang stadium. They'd be immense!

Re: 2016-17 Winter Transfer Window

Posted: Sat Oct 29, 2016 3:16 am
by MipoFanatic
SteveW wrote:Presumably Zaicro don't fancy funding them again next season? They've pretty much fallen off a cliff in the last 18 months. They were top of the league for a decent chunk of the '15 season and this year they have won 2 games.


It sounds like they might drop down to the National League or possibly even the K3-League, which is much more sensible than simply pulling the plug.

But who knows...

Re: 2016-17 Winter Transfer Window

Posted: Thu Nov 03, 2016 2:06 pm
by MipoFanatic
Apparently Goyang's future status will be revealed after the KFA board meeting later this month.

Re: 2016-17 Winter Transfer Window

Posted: Mon Nov 14, 2016 3:24 am
by MipoFanatic
Managerial merry-go-round time:

Kyodo News reporting that Yoon Jong-Hwan is very likely to be appointed as manager of Cerezo Osaka.

Daejeon have appointed former Gyeongnam assistant manager Lee Young-ik as their new manager.

Gwangju manager Nam Ki-il has received a contract extension.

Bucheon manager Song Sun-ho has resigned.

Re: 2016-17 Winter Transfer Window

Posted: Thu Nov 17, 2016 1:58 pm
by MipoFanatic
The new Ansan Citizen club has signed Lee Heung-sil, manager of Ansan Police for the last two seasons, as its first gaffer. He also has experience serving as the primary coach at Jeonbuk (seven years) and Gyeongnam (one year).

A tough break for Mipo Dockyard manager Kim Chang-gyeom, who won the National League title for Mipo for three consecutive seasons (2014-16), as well as one title (2010) and three runner-up finishes (2005, 2007, 2008) with Suwon FC.

Had the Police team had struggled this year, you'd think the new Ansan Citizen would have picked up Kim instead. Will be interesting to see where he lands. Possibly somewhere like Anyang if they don't stick with Lee Young-min?

Re: 2016-17 Winter Transfer Window

Posted: Fri Nov 25, 2016 12:01 pm
by MipoFanatic
Busan have signed Cho Jin-ho as their new manager.

Cho did well at Sangju this season, finishing in the top half of the Classic table. Prior to that he got Daejeon promoted and then relegated (or at least was there during the initial part of a relegation season) during their recent pro/rel roller coaster.

Sangju assistant manager Kim Tae-wan has been promoted to manager. He formerly played at Daejeon.

Re: 2016-17 Winter Transfer Window

Posted: Tue Nov 29, 2016 5:49 pm
by Holyjoe
Choi Kang-hee has turned down offers from China and is not going anywhere. I know you'll be pleased, Alex43...