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Park Ji-Sung

Postby dy2kim » Mon Apr 11, 2005 2:05 am

Lately, Park is playing very well at dutch league and CL. I think he has been improved very much. Especially his passing sense and positioning skill seem to be improved a lot. Can he be the first asian who played the semi-finals (or even the finals)of the CL? And can he be the player in the big club?


http://community.gyo6.net/prg/bbs/data/ ... /jsPak.wmv



P.S> Sorry I can't speak english well. If there are some wrong sentences, let me know that.
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Postby junjunforever » Mon Apr 11, 2005 6:02 am

yes to both questions. After the away goal tie in the first leg, PSV sit back and wait for Lyon to attack. I hope a quick counter attack will give early PSV goal. Expect Park to play defensively once again.

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Postby IX » Tue Apr 12, 2005 5:02 pm

junjunforever wrote:yes to both questions. After the away goal tie in the first leg, PSV sit back and wait for Lyon to attack. I hope a quick counter attack will give early PSV goal. Expect Park to play defensively once again.


word. All they have to do is either draw 0:0 or wait for the perfect time to counter-attack and secure their spot in the semi's.

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Park against Milan

Postby melonbarmonster » Wed Apr 20, 2005 3:11 am

Just saw the second leg CL quarterfinals game for PSV v Lyonais. Did you notice Park slow down noticably in second half or was it just me? By the end of the match Park seemed pretty ragged. He's been receiving knocks in recent games. He looked pretty god aweful during the PK's when he was being iced by trainer. Good gosh.

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Postby cosmicbutthairs » Sat Apr 23, 2005 12:49 am

he was injured. he didn't play the game before lyon. his ankles were probably flaming

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Postby Hanjin » Sun Apr 24, 2005 9:13 am

:-D Park scored the first goal and made an assist in last nights win against Vitesse which means PSV are now dutch champions

http://www.dem.demon.nl/23-4-2005_PSV-VIT_1-0_Park.wmv
Parks Goal

http://www.dem.demon.nl/23-4-2005_PSV-V ... Bommel.wmv
Parks Assist for Bommel

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Postby rkim291968 » Sun Apr 24, 2005 9:30 am

Hanjin wrote::-D Park scored the first goal and made an assist in last nights win against Vitesse which means PSV are now dutch champions

http://www.dem.demon.nl/23-4-2005_PSV-VIT_1-0_Park.wmv
Parks Goal

http://www.dem.demon.nl/23-4-2005_PSV-V ... Bommel.wmv
Parks Assist for Bommel


He scored that with his left. That was pretty strong shot.
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Postby Elliad » Fri Apr 29, 2005 11:24 pm

The latet transfer rumours about Park JS(from Soccerworld)

The teams that have made offers for Park JS are:

SerieA

Lazio
Inter Milan

EPL

Newcastle, for both Park and Lee
Leicester City

La Liga

Deportivo
Malaga
Valencia

Germany/France

1860 Munich
Werder Bremen
PSG

But PSV will not let Park go, and keep him for at least one more season - which I think is good for Park, as Park really only shined this season and prolly need more time to consolidate and improve his status.

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Postby Holyjoe » Thu May 05, 2005 3:55 pm

Good goal for him last night against Milan, and an assist for Lee Young-pyo but PSV were bloody unlucky to go out...

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Postby the_13th_redneck » Fri May 06, 2005 12:50 am

How unlucky :(
Once again, Bouma Missing In Action. Basically left Alex to mark 2 people and he just got stuck in the middle.
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Postby Hyok » Fri May 06, 2005 12:54 am

Holyjoe wrote:Good goal for him last night against Milan, and an assist for Lee Young-pyo but PSV were bloody unlucky to go out...

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Park's face has changed. He no longer looks like a pimply-faced kid. The hollows under his cheek bones make him look older.

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Postby rkim291968 » Fri May 06, 2005 4:14 am

http://persianfootball.com/forums/showt ... ge=1&pp=10

A nice post from a persianfootball forum where there are some outstanding Iranian soccer fans who know what is going on. Mani & I also posted in this thread. The post is about how Park is the best candidate for Asian Player of the Year with many Iranian fans agreeing and others pushing their own.
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Postby Elliad » Fri May 06, 2005 10:43 am

the_13th_redneck wrote:How unlucky :(
Once again, Bouma Missing In Action. Basically left Alex to mark 2 people and he just got stuck in the middle.


yeah. Bouma got sub'bed out for Robert around 70th minute :)

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Postby taegukgi2004 » Fri May 06, 2005 11:01 am

check this out...we might have a new afc player of the year...

Park sets POTY pace
May 5, 2005
Footballasia.com

Park Ji-sung is an early favourite for AFC Player of the Year award
Park Ji-sung is an early favourite for AFC Player of the Year award [WSG]


HOLLAND - Korea Republic's Park Ji-sung's performance for PSV Eindoven in Wednesday's night's UEFA Champions League semi-final has made him an early front-runner in the race to become the 2005 AFC Player of the Year.
The 24-year-old was on target for former Korea Republic coach Guus Hiddink's side, scoring after nine minutes with a shot from outside the box which fizzed past AC Milan keeper Dida.

Although the Dutch beat the Italians 3-1, putting the sides level on aggregate over the two legs, Carlo Ancelloti's side advance to the final courtesy of the away goals rule.

While Massimo Ambrosini's injury-time goal denied Park and compatriot Lee Young-pyo, who set up PSV's second goal with a fine run and cross, the chance to become the first Asians to play in the final of the UEFA Champions League, the loss should not be allowed to detract from the fact that Park is currently making a real name for himself as the leading Asian player in Europe.

AFC 2003 Player of the Year Mehdi Madhavikia is no longer the driving force he once was at Hamburg, while 1997 and 1998 Player of the Year, Hidetoshi Nakata, who plays for Fiorentina, is a shadow of his former self and no longer a certainty for the Japan national team.

Messina player Atsushi Yanagasawa and Junichi Inamoto, currently with Cardiff, are still clinging onto their places in Zico's squad, but neither are setting the world alight with their clubs.

PSV's two Koreans are, on the other hand, enjoying their clubs football more than ever and Wednesday's loss should not take the gloss off their contributions in Europe.

Park, perhaps by dint of the position he plays, has attracted more headlines than Lee - and, if the rumours are to be believed - the interest of some of Europe's biggest clubs.

With Arjen Robben leaving PSV for Chelsea in the close season, much of the PSV's attacking responsibilities have fallen on the shoulders of the 24-year-old Park, now in his third season with the club.

Park has responded in the best possible way, scoring seven league goals as PSV won the Eredivisie, the league title, with four games of the season to go.

Park has started 24 league games so far this season, and 14 in the UEFA Champions League, where some of his best - and most eye-catching - performances have caught the eye of suitors from the English Premier League and Italy.

While some critics have questioned whether Park could cope with the phyiscal demands of these leagues, there is liitle doubt he has the speed, technical ability and, perhaps most importantly, the versatility to succeed at one of the continent's bigger clubs.

According to sources clse to the player, Park is no hurry to leave PSV and intends to stay with the club at least until the end of his contract, which expires in 18 months.

Were Park to travel to Germany as the AFC 2005 Player of the Year, and were he to play well for Korea Republic once there, who's to say he would be able to resist the lure of moving to one of Europe's biggest clubs?

What price Park becoming the first Korean to play in the Premier League? Watch this space.

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Postby IX » Fri May 06, 2005 11:27 am

damn i almost cried yesterday when PSV were knocked out of the CL, but i was more proud than sad so i walked out of the pub feeling like PSV were champs.


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