[HELP]Anyone who love k-league will be HERO!

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[HELP]Anyone who love k-league will be HERO!

Postby sara yang » Mon Aug 21, 2006 6:53 pm

Hello. I'm an eitor of <SPORTS2.0> sara, Yang.


Actually we plan to special issue page about the opening of the k-league season.
You may know, some of sports fan think k-league is boring and no worth to watch.
We, whole editors and journalist strugle to innovate that old thoughts.

So We want to hear your opinion about k-league.
you will have a photoshot at a sports pub, watch a game with us, and speak up your own opinion.
anyway the game will hold 23rd August.

My cell num is 018 365 7703.
So ring me as soon as possible. It's really urgent massage.


Here, check it out. Our official website.
http://www.sports2.co.kr
Let's make a history together.
at least It's will be super duper fun!
you can watch a game at VVIP seats or in field or right in front of the pitch!

take care and hope you say OK, I'm IN!


Sincerely
sara, Yang
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Postby nzfooty » Mon Aug 21, 2006 8:14 pm

I would consider joining but can¡¯t because at the moment I am in NZ. Which game will you be watching, anyway?

Since I can¡¯t resist offering my 2 c worth:
K-League would be a much better league to watch if you had a promotion/relegation system going. The sooner you have that running the better.

It¡¯s hard to call Japan a football mad country, yet their league attendances are much more impressive than Korea¡¯s. K-League teams are probably better, as well. Perhaps this does have something to do with their system? It is possible that their matches have more goals because there is more on the line.

And before I forget, the following would help as well:
- moving Jeju United back to Bucheon SK
- blowing up the Jeju World Cup Stadium and selling the pieces as WC 2002 memorabilia to Korean and international fans (this to raise some money for K-League promotions and also preventing anyone from having the silly idea of creating a team there, ever again).
- Moving FC Seoul back to Anyang, and starting a new club (or better, two) in Seoul.

Yeah, that¡¯s about it. Would love to share those points in person but sadly I won¡¯t be able to.

Good luck with promoting the K-League.

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Postby njs » Mon Aug 21, 2006 8:16 pm

The "urgent massage" sounds great but unfortunately I can't make it.

Good idea though. Specially if you are buying the guys the beers.
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Re: [HELP]Anyone who love k-league will be HERO!

Postby SteveW » Mon Aug 21, 2006 10:41 pm

sara yang wrote:Hello. I'm an eitor of <SPORTS2.0> sara, Yang.


Actually we plan to special issue page about the opening of the k-league season.
You may know, some of sports fan think k-league is boring and no worth to watch.
We, whole editors and journalist strugle to innovate that old thoughts.

So We want to hear your opinion about k-league.
you will have a photoshot at a sports pub, watch a game with us, and speak up your own opinion.
anyway the game will hold 23rd August.

My cell num is 018 365 7703.
So ring me as soon as possible. It's really urgent massage.


Here, check it out. Our official website.
http://www.sports2.co.kr
Let's make a history together.
at least It's will be super duper fun!
you can watch a game at VVIP seats or in field or right in front of the pitch!

take care and hope you say OK, I'm IN!


Sincerely
sara, Yang


K-League needs some cheerleaders to get the crowd more involved ;)

And there should be beer girls in the stadium to save HJ having to get off his butt.

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Postby Holyjoe » Tue Aug 22, 2006 12:01 am

Yeah, what everyone else said above... beer girls are a must.

plus FC Satan do have the right idea with 8pm midweek kickoffs - perfect time to start a match in Korea.

Don't fancy the idea of watching Seoul-Suwon from the VIP section though, as I'd never be able to hit Ricardo Nascimento on the head with a bag of gimchi from there ;)

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I need

Postby sara yang » Tue Aug 22, 2006 12:24 am

to know Mark Trevena's cell num

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Postby Colombian » Tue Aug 22, 2006 1:39 am

Sara, if you ever come to busan or Changwon, I'd gladly meet up with you.
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Re: I need

Postby SteveW » Tue Aug 22, 2006 11:46 pm

sara yang wrote:to know Mark Trevena's cell num

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What's it worth?

If you pay for my flight from Shanghai to Seoul I'll let you know his number ;)

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Postby Holyjoe » Sat Sep 09, 2006 5:48 pm

Bump... the article is on the Sports 2.0 website, and either Incheon fan Nick or Sara Yang ripped off nzfooty's exact quote about blowing up the Jeju World Cup stadium to put it in the article:

http://www.sports2.co.kr/feature/featur ... 66412&PG=2

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nzfooty wrote:And before I forget, the following would help as well:
- moving Jeju United back to Bucheon SK
- blowing up the Jeju World Cup Stadium and selling the pieces as WC 2002 memorabilia to Korean and international fans (this to raise some money for K-League promotions and also preventing anyone from having the silly idea of creating a team there, ever again).
- Moving FC Seoul back to Anyang, and starting a new club (or better, two) in Seoul.


Tut tut.

I saw that bit quoted on the Grandbleu messageboard, so it's only fair that nzfooty gets the credit for actually coming up with the sentiments :wink:

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Postby nzfooty » Sat Sep 09, 2006 7:18 pm

Thanks for spotting this, Holyjoe. It is quite amusing to see my drunken ramblings being credited to someone else for once.

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Postby KJ » Sun Sep 10, 2006 7:03 pm

Holyjoe wrote:Bump... the article is on the Sports 2.0 website, and either Incheon fan Nick or Sara Yang ripped off nzfooty's exact quote about blowing up the Jeju World Cup stadium to put it in the article:

http://www.sports2.co.kr/feature/featur ... 66412&PG=2

article wrote:´Ð

µÚƲ¸° ÀÏÀ» ¹Ù·ÎÀâÀ¸·Á¸é Á¦ÁÖ À¯³ªÀÌƼµå¸¦ ºÎõ SK·Î µÇµ¹¸®°í Á¦ÁÖ ¿ùµåÄÅ°æ±âÀåÀ» ÆøÆĽÃÄÑ ±× Á¶°¢À» ±â³äÇ°À¸·Î Àü ¼¼°è¿¡ ÆÈ¾Æ¾ß ÇÑ´Ù. ±×·¸°Ô Çؼ­ ¾òÀº ÀÚ±ÝÀº K¸®±×¸¦ »ì¸®´Â ÀÏ¿¡ ¾²°í ¿¬°íÀÌÀü °°Àº ¹Ùº¸ °°Àº ÀÏÀÌ »ý±âÁö ¾Êµµ·Ï ¸·¾ÆÁÖ´Â ÇöÀåÀÇ ±â·ÏÀ¸·Î »ïÀÚ. ±×¸®°í FC ¼­¿ïÀ» ¾È¾çÀ¸·Î ¿Å±â°í »õ·Î¿î Ŭ·´À» Çϳª, ¾Æ´Ï µÎ °³ Á¤µµ ¼­¿ï¿¡ ¸¸µé¾úÀ¸¸é ÇÑ´Ù. ¼­¿ïÀº Å©´Ï±î.


nzfooty wrote:And before I forget, the following would help as well:
- moving Jeju United back to Bucheon SK
- blowing up the Jeju World Cup Stadium and selling the pieces as WC 2002 memorabilia to Korean and international fans (this to raise some money for K-League promotions and also preventing anyone from having the silly idea of creating a team there, ever again).
- Moving FC Seoul back to Anyang, and starting a new club (or better, two) in Seoul.


Tut tut.


Wow - you're right, it's exactly the same but there's no reason why Sports 2.0 would do such a thing to answer a question they asked.

Nick must have memorised it for his big night out - bit of a strange thing to do.

Tut tut indeed.


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