K-league Transfers & Rumors Thread

Discussion in 'Korean Domestic Leagues' started by Jitevra, Nov 27, 2012.

  1. Jitevra

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    Historic moments in Korean football coming up. Second division in Korea (with relegation and promotion) in full force and draft system slowly in the process of dissolving; by allowing clubs to sign one player on a freelance contract (with options for more in the future).

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    Daejeon Citizens become the first team to sign a player on a freelance contract. 22 year old side defender Ko Byun-soo from Dongguk University is the player.
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    its going to be an exciting start for K2. hope Anyang meets either FC Seoul or Suwon, same with Bucheon SK to meet Jeju United.

    would be an awesome FA Cup match
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    Wow, that is a nice kit. I might just buy it.
  6. toohyper

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    you may be the only one as even people in Busan don't know they got a football team
  7. Jitevra

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    Daegu and manager Moacir Pereira (and his three coaches from Brazil) have decided not to renew contracts. It was always going to be hard for a financially unstable club like Daegu FC to hold onto a manager like him.
    Daegu FC have appointed their coach Dang Sung-jeung as the new manager for next season, but Moacir's next destination is unknown yet. Hopefully he can stay in K-league but lets see what happens.

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    Beijing Guoan seems to be interested in Jeonbuk Hyundai Motor's captain, Cho Sung-Hwan. He was targeted by Beijing during the Summer transfer period, but Jeonbuk really needed his service. His contract is coming to an end and might possibly move to Beijing since Jeonbuk has found more defensive reinforcements.

    http://sports.cn.yahoo.com/ypen/20121123/1446469.html
    http://news.china.com.cn/live/2012-11/23/content_17300034.htm

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    Shandong Luneng's forward, Han Peng, may move to the K-League this winter. Pohang Steelers have been sending scouts to observe a couple of times.

    http://sports.sina.com.cn/j/2012-11-24/07136308702.shtml
    http://www.chinadaily.com.cn/micro-reading/dzh/2012-11-24/content_7586915.html

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    The Thailand international forward, Dangda Teerasil, has been linked to several clubs around the world. I would not mind seeing him play in the K2 next year. He might have the potential to be the next Piyapong Pue-on.

    http://www.asianfootballfeast.com/2012/11/29/teerasils-stock-soars-after-hat-trick/

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    I wonder how 24 goals at a Thai league would translate to the K-League.
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    I would not mind seeing Dangda Teerasil in K2 either.

    toohyper What do you mean... the people in Busan don't know about Busan IPark?
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    Attendance is always low in Busan.
    People only care about the baseball
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    not to mention their baseball team is inferior to the Kia Tigers
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    Gwangju's Joao Paulo and Bogdan Milic will not be with the team next year in the K2. (Why would they be? The owner of Gwangju FC is an asshole who doesn't know how to take care of the team. He sacked the foreign injured player once they came back to the team, he would not provide food for them, he would make them cooling/heating accommodation for the players, and he would not even provide a training ground for them and made them train in the public park. :mad:) Good luck to Bogi and Joao Paulo where ever they go!

    http://news1.kr/articles/785449 Just please sack him.

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    Fans saying their good byes.​
    Bogi already left Gwangju with this tweet. :)



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    Hearing them forced to train in a public park is upsetting. Must have been so annoying with all the little kids or old ahjumas getting in the way. Sad to see players being mistreated.
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    Jung Hoon, Lee Seung-hyun, Kim Min-shik, Kim Dong-chan

    But good news for Jeonbuk the loanees will be back - Kim Hyung-beom will be a great boost.
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    Too be he went a far on the tipping scale, he should never left the post. It's so surreal seeing memberrs of National Team fall from grace.
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