2017 K-League Classic

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Re: 2017 K-League Classic

Postby Holyjoe » Tue Aug 15, 2017 6:27 am

Thank fuck the K3 starts again this weekend...

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Re: 2017 K-League Classic

Postby eujin » Mon Aug 28, 2017 5:29 pm

Suwonesque wrote:Bluewings are doing fine, so I am following as much as I can. Good times now to be a Suwon fan.

Suwon haven't picked up a point since you said that.

Jeonbuk are pulling away again. The top six are also building up a gap from the bottom six. Incheon have had a couple of good results against nearby teams and have pulled away from the bottom leaving Gwangju all on their own.

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Re: 2017 K-League Classic

Postby Holyjoe » Sun Sep 17, 2017 6:45 am

Niall McGinn hooked after 45 minutes for Gwangju today.. they were 1-0 down at the time, his replacement scored twice including what could have been a point-saving equaliser in the third minute of second half stoppage time before Sangju then went and scored a winner in the fourth additional minute.

Might do a bit more digging on McGinn's "impact" at Gwangju but it's just one win in his six appearances so far. He's taken six corner kicks across those six appearances, had four shots on goal and been caught offside once.

Suwon drew with Daegu today, Jeju take on Ulsan tomorrow in a match that sees 2nd face 3rd and will probably end up a draw. Jeonbuk sit six points ahead of both at the moment, they travel to Pohang and have the opportunity to open up quite a considerable lead at the top. A Jeonbuk win would probably ensure that the current top six sides (Jeonbuk, Jeju, Ulsan, Suwon, Seoul, Gangwon) remain in the top six after the split in four matches' time.

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Re: 2017 K-League Classic

Postby Holyjoe » Sun Sep 17, 2017 7:04 am

Of course I was always going to do those digging through stats... McGinn has not completed a full 90 minutes for Gwangju yet, the longest he's played before getting taken off is 61 minutes. Three league starts, three league sub appearances and one FA Cup sub appearance. Nine more games left in the season, nine more games until his Korean experiment comes to an end? Whatever kind of deal he has signed at Gwangju there's no chance he'll be playing in K2.. a January move to somewhere like Birmingham, MK Dons or Hearts beckons.

On at 67' v Ulsan
On at 80' v Jeonbuk
Subbed at 59' v Jeonnam
Not selected v Pohang
Not selected v Suwon
Subbed at 61' v Daegu
On at 52' v Jeonbuk
N/A v Jeju
Unused v Incheon
Subbed at HT v Sangju

Subbed at 57' v Suwon in FA Cup


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