06/09/13 and 10/09/13 friendlies

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06/09/13 and 10/09/13 friendlies

Postby Holyjoe » Wed Aug 07, 2013 8:38 pm

Perhaps with one eye on getting revenge for the 4-0 thumping at Craven Cottage in February, the KFA are in discussions with the Croatian FA about arranging a return friendly match on September 10th. They're looking at playing this in Korea but the Croats face Serbia in Belgrade on September 6th so that might prove a stumbling block. The KFA failed to arrange a home friendly against Iran on September 6th but are hopeful of lining up another Asian side for that date, and there are still suggestions that a game against Brazil in October could come off also.

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Re: 10/09/13 friendly (possibly v Croatia)

Postby SteveW » Thu Aug 08, 2013 3:38 am

Holyjoe wrote:Perhaps with one eye on getting revenge for the 4-0 thumping at Craven Cottage in February, the KFA are in discussions with the Croatian FA about arranging a return friendly match on September 10th. They're looking at playing this in Korea but the Croats face Serbia in Belgrade on September 6th so that might prove a stumbling block. The KFA failed to arrange a home friendly against Iran on September 6th but are hopeful of lining up another Asian side for that date, and there are still suggestions that a game against Brazil in October could come off also.


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Re: 10/09/13 friendly (possibly v Croatia)

Postby Holyjoe » Fri Aug 16, 2013 8:47 pm

There's a bit of talk the friendly on September 6th could be against North Korea. Another goalless draw it is then.

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Re: 06/09/13 and 10/09/13 friendlies

Postby Holyjoe » Mon Aug 19, 2013 7:10 pm

So it's not North Korea on the 6th then but it will instead be Haiti, the game to be played at the Incheon Football Stadium (Sungeui) which is a brilliant choice of venue. This will be the first time Korea has faced Haiti.

The Croatia game on the 10th has been confirmed, that one is to be played at the Jeonju World Cup stadium. Kick-offs for both matches are set at 8pm.

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Re: 06/09/13 and 10/09/13 friendlies

Postby korfan12 » Fri Aug 23, 2013 7:58 am

That's great. The Haiti friendly should giveHMB his first win and a confidence boost.

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Re: 06/09/13 and 10/09/13 friendlies

Postby FCSeoul » Tue Aug 27, 2013 1:08 pm

The call ups for the Haiti and Croatia friendly.

GK : 김승규(울산) 정성룡(수원) 김진현(세레소 오사카)

DF : 윤석영(QPR) 박주호(마인츠05) 김영권(광저우) 곽태휘(알 샤밥) 홍정호(제주) 황석호(히로시마 산프레체) 이용(울산) 김창수(가시와 레이솔)

MF : 이청용(볼튼) 김보경(카디프시티) 윤일록(FC서울) 이명주(포항) 하대성(FC서울) 한국영(쇼난 벨마레) 손흥민(레버쿠젠) 박종우(부산) 고요한(FC서울)

FW : 구자철(볼프스부르크) 이승기(전북) 이근호(상주) 지동원(선덜랜드) 조동건(수원)

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Re: 06/09/13 and 10/09/13 friendlies

Postby Suwonesque » Tue Aug 27, 2013 1:49 pm

Nice to see our own Cho Dong-geon gets a chance, though I believe he doesn't get a minute from the game.

But, I am missing one "Europe-based" player here.
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Re: 06/09/13 and 10/09/13 friendlies

Postby Holyjoe » Tue Aug 27, 2013 8:35 pm

Suwonesque wrote:But, I am missing one "Europe-based" player here.


Ki? Think of all that extra free time he'll have to spend playing Farmville or Mafia Wars on Facebook.

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Re: 06/09/13 and 10/09/13 friendlies

Postby Alex43 » Wed Aug 28, 2013 4:36 pm

anyone coming to jeonju?
well well well

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Re: 06/09/13 and 10/09/13 friendlies

Postby theglobalgnome » Fri Sep 06, 2013 12:20 pm

A couple of late dropouts means I've got two spare tickets for tonight's game. If any has last minute plans to come along or wants to avoid queuing on the night, you welcome to come and sit with a couple of other ROKforumers and I.

PM me or my number is 010-3288-1203, if you're interested.

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Re: 06/09/13 and 10/09/13 friendlies

Postby SeoulMan » Fri Sep 06, 2013 1:21 pm

I will be coming out to Incheon for tonights game along with Daeguowl. A friend of mine is coming as well and can probably take those tickets off you if they are in the South section. I will give you a call a little later.

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Re: 06/09/13 and 10/09/13 friendlies

Postby Holyjoe » Sat Sep 07, 2013 6:21 am

So a 4-1 victory in the end and Hong gets his first win in front of 13,624 at the Sungeui. Thought they'd have got a lot closer to a sell out than that in the smaller venue, I guess a combination of a who-the-fuck-are-they opponent and standard national team match ticket prices wasn't going set pulses racing. Didn't see the game so they could have been absolutely scintillating on the field, by all accounts Lee Chung-yong definitely was when he came on as a sub.

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Re: 06/09/13 and 10/09/13 friendlies

Postby SaintsCanada » Sat Sep 07, 2013 11:09 am

Holyjoe wrote:So a 4-1 victory in the end and Hong gets his first win in front of 13,624 at the Sungeui. Thought they'd have got a lot closer to a sell out than that in the smaller venue, I guess a combination of a who-the-fuck-are-they opponent and standard national team match ticket prices wasn't going set pulses racing. Didn't see the game so they could have been absolutely scintillating on the field, by all accounts Lee Chung-yong definitely was when he came on as a sub.


I'm surprised they got that many to show up. Pointless game against hopeless opponents on a weekend when there's real matches to worry about.
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Re: 06/09/13 and 10/09/13 friendlies

Postby Alex43 » Sat Sep 07, 2013 2:01 pm

2 PKs though...
well well well

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Re: 06/09/13 and 10/09/13 friendlies

Postby purger39 » Mon Sep 09, 2013 5:29 pm

Greetings from Croatia.. :mrgreen:
First of all, I wanna say that my NT has come to Seoul with second team and Korea is a big favorite in that match.. I saw roster written here of Korea NT but I don't know Korean and so can someone please write me on English your team?!
Second, Croatia will be play in formation 4-2-3-1..
Krešić - Srna, Lovren, Vida, Milić - Ademi, Rakitić - Perišić, Halilović, Eduardo - Kalinić
Bolded players are in first team, others are subs or even they are playing first cap for my NT..
Whole roster : http://prntscr.com/1q8dd3


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