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Yun Il Lok

Postby Stiggles123 » Wed Oct 09, 2013 12:54 am

What is everyones opinion on Yun Il Lok? It's only in the last couple of seasons I've started following K league football (I'm from the UK) and I think he's seems quite promising. Also he played very good against Japan.

Which other young players in the K league do you think are promising and looks quite good for FC Seoul

Sorry if this isn't a good post or and stuff like that it's my first post on this site and I'm not sure how things work here. :lol:
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Re: Yun Il Lok

Postby daeguowl » Wed Oct 09, 2013 2:21 am

Stiggles123 wrote:What is everyones opinion on Yun Il Lok? It's only in the last couple of seasons I've started following K league football (I'm from the UK) and I think he's seems quite promising. Also he played very good against Japan.

Which other young players in the K league do you think are promising and looks quite good for FC Seoul

Sorry if this isn't a good post or and stuff like that it's my first post on this site and I'm not sure how things work here. :lol:


Us FC Seoul season-ticket holders believe him to be pact and showing promise but physically weak and poor at crossing. His passing is also terrible at times. He is best driving forward from central midfield and wasted on the left wing at Seoul. Will you be in Suwon tomorrow?

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Re: Yun Il Lok

Postby Stiggles123 » Wed Oct 09, 2013 2:52 am

Ok thanks for answering :) And as an answer to your question, I won't be in Suwon tomorrow. As much as I would love to go and watch, I can't. :( But I have good reasons. The first is the fact that I'm in the UK and the second is I'm only 15. I could always try and run away from home and go to South Korea, but my parents wouldn't be very happy. (Joke by the way) But, if I can I will watch a live stream or something like that. Are you going to the match yourself?
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Re: Yun Il Lok

Postby daeguowl » Wed Oct 09, 2013 4:12 am

Stiggles123 wrote:Ok thanks for answering :) And as an answer to your question, I won't be in Suwon tomorrow. As much as I would love to go and watch, I can't. :( But I have good reasons. The first is the fact that I'm in the UK and the second is I'm only 15. I could always try and run away from home and go to South Korea, but my parents wouldn't be very happy. (Joke by the way) But, if I can I will watch a live stream or something like that. Are you going to the match yourself?


We have about 18 of the Diablos Blancos heading to Suwon. Probably our biggest away trip this year...find diablos blancos on facebook for further FC Seoul banter

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Re: Yun Il Lok

Postby Stiggles123 » Wed Oct 09, 2013 4:50 am

Ok I will have a look thanks :)
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Re: Yun Il Lok

Postby SaintsCanada » Wed Oct 09, 2013 10:24 am

Leeds and Wednesday, sittin' in a tree. K-I-S-S-I-N-G!

Stiggles, welcome to the forum. But why cheer for the K-League's biggest villains?
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Re: Yun Il Lok

Postby Pikey » Thu Oct 10, 2013 1:13 am

SaintsCanada wrote:Leeds and Wednesday, sittin' in a tree. K-I-S-S-I-N-G!

Stiggles, welcome to the forum. But why cheer for the K-League's biggest villains?


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Re: Yun Il Lok

Postby Stiggles123 » Thu Oct 10, 2013 2:56 am

Pikey wrote:
SaintsCanada wrote:Leeds and Wednesday, sittin' in a tree. K-I-S-S-I-N-G!

Stiggles, welcome to the forum. But why cheer for the K-League's biggest villains?


He supports Leeds, it's a theme


Pikey: Leeds aren't good enough to be classed as villains ;) El Hadji Diouf on the other hand...

SaintsCanada: Thanks for the welcome. Much appreciated :) And I like Seoul because originally, I followed the entire K League (watching highlights) but about 1/2 way through last season I started to like watching Seoul more than the others I know it sounds like a bad reason but thats it. But at the time, I didn't know about them moving cities and things like that and if I did, I probably wouldn't support them in the K League. :bigsmurf:
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Re: Yun Il Lok

Postby just because » Thu Oct 10, 2013 6:08 pm

I saw Yoon develop at his first club and he is a pretty decent player. The problem I had with him (other than his lack of strength but I think he will develop as he gets older) is that he isn't very consistent. He would go missing in very important games, or for stretches at a time and then have a bit of a hot run. Still would love him back at Gyeongnam though.

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Re: Yun Il Lok

Postby Stiggles123 » Fri Oct 11, 2013 12:48 am

just because wrote:I saw Yoon develop at his first club and he is a pretty decent player. The problem I had with him (other than his lack of strength but I think he will develop as he gets older) is that he isn't very consistent. He would go missing in very important games, or for stretches at a time and then have a bit of a hot run. Still would love him back at Gyeongnam though.


I see what you mean. It makes sense really because some when I watch highlights ( I can't always watch live matches due to time zones) he might be not in them at all, but other times he might be in most the highlights. Maybe he'll become more consistent as he ages and becomes more experienced? But thanks for saying your opinion, its really interesting hearing other peoples thoughts on him as in Leeds very few people who I know care that much about the K League :)
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Re: Yun Il Lok

Postby jamesedrupt » Fri Oct 11, 2013 1:00 am

I think he has all the right attributes to be a top top class player and follow in many Koreans footsteps and make a move to Europe.

With the right guidance and patience he can be a class act. Got to work on his final ball. He has pace to burn that's a given. Something Gyeongnam (his first club) this season has been missing badly. He creates chances out of nothing which not all players can do. With the right coaching and remember he is only in his early twenties he will only get better and better!

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Re: Yun Il Lok

Postby Stiggles123 » Fri Oct 11, 2013 3:36 am

jamesedrupt wrote:I think he has all the right attributes to be a top top class player and follow in many Koreans footsteps and make a move to Europe.

With the right guidance and patience he can be a class act. Got to work on his final ball. He has pace to burn that's a given. Something Gyeongnam (his first club) this season has been missing badly. He creates chances out of nothing which not all players can do. With the right coaching and remember he is only in his early twenties he will only get better and better!


I agree with you there. Was he good at Gyeongnam? :albino:
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Re: Yun Il Lok

Postby jamesedrupt » Fri Oct 11, 2013 8:57 pm

Quite raw for us. But he played alongside a slower smarter player in Caique. They worked well together. Showed amazing pace and finishing in some games but went missing in alot too.

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Re: Yun Il Lok

Postby Stiggles123 » Sat Oct 12, 2013 3:26 am

jamesedrupt wrote:Quite raw for us. But he played alongside a slower smarter player in Caique. They worked well together. Showed amazing pace and finishing in some games but went missing in alot too.


Doesn't Caique play for Ulsan now? Also who are Gyeongnam's top players btw :)
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Re: Yun Il Lok

Postby AfonsoPt » Sun Sep 14, 2014 7:12 am

Is this guy injured?
He hasn't played in last Fc Seoul matches...


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