East Asian Cup 21-28 July

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East Asian Cup 21-28 July

Postby Koreadon » Mon Jul 08, 2013 12:33 am

Does anyone know where I can buy tickets for these games? Looks like its taking place at the same time as the women's version, with double headers at Sangam, Jamsil and one other Seoul area stadium.

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Re: East Asian Cup 21-28 July

Postby Gyongmaman » Mon Jul 08, 2013 3:01 am

Would be very surprised if buying tickets for these games was necessary. In the very worst case scenario there will most likely be an awful lot of ajummas outside the stadiums trying to shift tickets for a fraction of whatever their original price was.

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Re: East Asian Cup 21-28 July

Postby Holyjoe » Mon Jul 08, 2013 7:18 am

Tickets go on sale on Monday July 8th at Hana Bank branches. I am toying with the idea of going to watch the Dons in a friendly at Peterhead during that period, you've definitely got the more glamorous games!

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Re: East Asian Cup 21-28 July

Postby Roarchild » Mon Jul 08, 2013 2:56 pm

Hana bank is selling them.

The last one in Jamsil is a double header.

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Re: East Asian Cup 21-28 July

Postby Cyclops » Mon Jul 08, 2013 6:15 pm

I think they are all double headers, with one men and one women match each time. Could be wrong though.

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Re: East Asian Cup 21-28 July

Postby FCSeoul » Thu Jul 11, 2013 1:11 pm

FW:
Kim Shin Wook, Kim Dong Sub, Seo Dong Hyun

DF:
Kim Jin Su, Kim Min Woo, Kim Young Kwon, Jang Hyun Soo, Hong Jeong Ho, Hwang Suk Ho, Lee Yong, Kim Chang Soo

MF:
Ko Mu Yeol, Yeom Ki Hun, Lee Seung Gi, Yoon Il Rok, Ko Yo Han, Cho Young Chul, Park Jong Woo, Lee Myung Joo, Ha Dae Sung, Han Kook Young

GK:
Lee Bum Young, Jung Sung Ryong

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Re: East Asian Cup 21-28 July

Postby SaintsCanada » Thu Jul 11, 2013 1:46 pm

FCSeoul wrote:FW:
Kim Shin Wook, Kim Dong Sub, Seo Dong Hyun

DF:
Kim Jin Su, Kim Min Woo, Kim Young Kwon, Jang Hyun Soo, Hong Jeong Ho, Hwang Suk Ho, Lee Yong, Kim Chang Soo

MF:
Ko Mu Yeol, Yeom Ki Hun, Lee Seung Gi, Yoon Il Rok, Ko Yo Han, Cho Young Chul, Park Jong Woo, Lee Myung Joo, Ha Dae Sung, Han Kook Young

GK:
Lee Bum Young, Jung Sung Ryong


Already an improvement. At least Hong is picking the best K-League players, not just some random assortment of mediocrity. Though it's a bit of a crime that the Jeju keeper isn't in the squad. Is there an official KFA rule that the manager may not pick the best Korean goalkeepers?
오오오오오, 나의 사랑 인천 에프시!

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Re: East Asian Cup 21-28 July

Postby Alex43 » Fri Jul 12, 2013 12:23 am

being lazy.. schedule again
well well well

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Re: East Asian Cup 21-28 July

Postby TokenAussie » Mon Jul 15, 2013 10:28 am

Got my tickets for the first Australia vs. Korea game, & will go to the other games as well. :smt109

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Re: East Asian Cup 21-28 July

Postby eujin » Mon Jul 15, 2013 7:09 pm

The inclusion of Seo Dong Hyun will be interesting to some round here.

Certain football journalists in Brazil will be having a field day!

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Re: East Asian Cup 21-28 July

Postby TokenAussie » Fri Jul 19, 2013 12:30 am

PM me if you want to sit with Aussie supporters group- I can tell you which section!

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Re: East Asian Cup 21-28 July

Postby SeoulMan » Fri Jul 19, 2013 12:38 pm

Diablos Blancos will be there representing for the Korean midfield on the 2nd level north end. Kickin it at the GS 25 before the match drinking some mekju.

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Re: East Asian Cup 21-28 July

Postby FCSeoul » Sat Jul 20, 2013 10:31 pm

FT:
Korea 0-0 Australia

Australia got extremely lucky today. Eugene Galekovic was their best player on the pitch. Hong Myung-Bo first game in charge wasn't that bad. A huge improvement from Choi Kang-Hee, but their finishing is still appalling. Korea had like 20 shots while Australia had 6 shots and only 1 on target. :lol:

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Re: East Asian Cup 21-28 July

Postby SeoulMan » Sun Jul 21, 2013 7:21 pm

Vast improvement from the squad. Should have easily won that match. Great keeping on the Australian end combined with no striking on the Korean end results in a draw. I think they could have scored had they not subbed out Ko Yo Han and Yoon Il Lok before bringing on Shim Wook. Those wingers had been pushing the ball well into the Ausie 3rd and sending in crosses all game, but had no target in 33 as he was much shorter and less physical than the ausie full backs. Once Il Lok and ko yo han came out the wing attack fell apart so they really had no other option but to bring on Shim wook and try the route one attack of old. Wednesday in Hwaseong should be an easy win against China. Hopefully.

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Re: East Asian Cup 21-28 July

Postby TokenAussie » Sun Jul 21, 2013 11:41 pm

Australia showed some depth in the keeper department, & the right upright did us a favor. Had no expectations coming into the game so a draw was a definite win for us last night!


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