K-league Transfers & Rumors Thread

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

  1. CoreanBoy671

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    Jeju has signed two new Brazilian players, Adison and Pedro. Why did they do that? Jair and Santos were one of the best duos in the league. "If ain't broken, don't fix it." :confused:
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    Busan confirms the signing of Brazilian player, William.​
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    Chunnam defender, Ahn Jae-Jun, is transferring back to Incheon. He was rumored to be moving to the Chinese league, but I guess it died out.​
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    Dalian Shide's Park Dong-Hyuk seems to be moving back to the K-League to sign with Ulsan.​
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    Incheon has signed full back Kim Chang-Hoon and goal keeper Kim Kyo-Bin. Kim Chang-Hoon had previously played for Daejeon and Kim Kyo-Bin had previously played for Daegu.​
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    Incheon United has also signed Kim Han-Sub.​
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    Gangwon seems to be signing FK Rabotnicki's captain, Krste Velkovski. ​


  2. toohyper

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    Wasn't either Jair or Santos on loan and going back? that's what I thought.

    but yeah, those two were amazing this year.
  3. CoreanBoy671

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    I thought he was on the Japan NT but it turns out he only has 1 cap.


  5. Saku²

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    I posted it here two days ago too. He's a good player, he just never managed to hold a starting position for his parent club. Stylistically he will fit well in Korea, he's a fighter.
  6. Ohhii

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    Glad to hear he'll fit in well, Aki didn't have a good time at Ulsan. Successful players in Japan don't seem to do well over here and vice versa for unsuccessful players. By fighter I'm guessing he will he be the Esteban replacement? Or is he a bit different.
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    When Aki came he wasn't really successful, I don't really know how he ended up here but he's too lazy to play overseas. Masuda is probably the most successful japanese player to go to Korea in ages, at least he's young and hungry. He'll play in the middle of the park, defensive midfielder with an eye for the pass.
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  8. Jitevra

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    It is expected that Kim Tae-young will join the Ulsan Hyundai staff. Long time serving coach, Kim Hyun-suk, has left and Kim Tae-young will join in to serve as the coach of Ulsan.
    Kim Ho-gon signed a new one year deal with Ulsan so he is expected to go his way after this season ends.
    Its more than likely that Kim Tae-young will take over as Ulsan manager when Kim Ho-gon leaves. This is why they have signed him up.

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  9. Ohhii

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    Probably the best Japanese player next to Takahara at Suwon. Also I just assumed a player from La Liga had to have had success domestically, but I was judging based on foreigner J-league players too. Had a rude fellow call Escudero a heap of shit/waste of air and space when he joined FC Seoul but looking at his stats it looked like he was struggling at his old club. Also Maranhao, Rafinha, Eddy Bosinar, Radoncic... etc
  10. Jitevra

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    [Official] Lee Seung-gi & Park Hee-do are now Jeonbuk players

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  11. CoreanBoy671

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    That way too harsh on the player. Escudero is not that bad. The same goes for Radoncic. He was a beast during his Seongnam days.
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    Yeah the guy was a J-league watcher and didn't watch any K-league. He called Escudero trash when he scored against Busan and said that the K-league was low level compared to the J-league because Escudero scored. He was an idiot but it was true that Escudero was not doing so hot over in Japan. In Seoul he's found a place at the club and gets to start on many weeks.

    Also I was saying Radoncici was a good player in Korea but had a poor run in Japan. He still is pretty beast when he's not injured. Was a pain in the neck against Seoul this year. Everyone I listed are players that did poorly in Japan but did well in Korea.

    Can add Sasa Drakulic to that list too. Korea's best import had a horrible run in Japan but came back to Korea and scored like mad man.
  14. CoreanBoy671

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    Who are you talking about?
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    random idiot on reddit
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    Coach Kim Tae-young on joining Ulsan

    "지난해 아시아 정상에 올랐던 클럽에 일원이 돼 부담감도 크다. 명문 구단에서 지도자로 새 출발을 하는 만큼 최선을 다하겠다. 기회를 주신 김호곤 감독님과 구단에 감사함을 전하고 싶다."

    "오랜만에 K리그에 돌아오게 돼 지도자로서도 변화의 과정을 겪을 것이라고 생각한다. 아직 지도자로서 배울 것이 많다. 욕심을 내기 보다는 차근차근 한 단계씩 배워가는 지도자가 되고 싶다."

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    김 코치는 7일 울산 선수단과 함께 새 시즌을 대비한 괌 전지훈련을 떠났다. 그는 전지훈련에서부터 프로지도자로서 본격적인 도전에 나선다. 김 코치는 "팀에 합류한지 얼마되지 않아서 사실 우리 선수들에 대해서도 정확히 알지 못하는 상황이다. 전지훈련을 통해 선수들을 파악하는 것이 우선적으로 해야 할 일이다. 우리 선수뿐만 아니라 K리그에서 뛰고 있는 선수들을 알아가는 것이 지도자 생활에서 가장 큰 과제가 될 것이다"라고 강조했다.

    김 코치는 선수시절 울산에서 활동하지 않았지만 그와 인연이 맺었던 선수들이 있어 낯설지는 않다. 신인 박용지와 골키퍼 김승규와는 청소년대표팀에서 스승과 제자로서 한솥밥을 먹었다. GK 김영광과는 전남에서 4년간 함께 현역생활을 함께 했다. 김 코치는 "영광이는 예전 전남에서는 나에게 삼촌이라고 불렀는데, 이제는 선생님이라고 부르는 사이가 됐다"며 웃었다.

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    apparently, Jung came in with Korea Republic passport. Officially, Jung still only holds Korea Republic citizenship. But with help of Chongryon in Japan, he has both Korean passport. Probably the only person in the world who has both. Welcome to homeland Jung.
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    Does he have to serve time in the military? That's going to be really odd...
  21. Jitevra

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    Kim Tae-young

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    Ulsan have announced that Kim Young-kwang is the new captain of the team.
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    -He was influenced by Ahn Young-hak for coming to Suwon (with Suwon being a traditional K-league powerhouse etc etc)

    -His goals for the season is to win. He has no record of winning a title with a team in his career.

    -Cha Du-ri has told him about the rivarly of Seoul-Suwon and how Suwon always win even if Seoul is on top of the ladder

    -The journalists ask about how he is playing with ROK passport and the issues involved....wish the journalists could just stay away from the difficult issues for a time being. Afterall, he only just touched down.

    -He says he is only focused on football.
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  23. Ohhii

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    It wasn't always like this... : (
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    What color is his hair supposed to be?
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    he always had black hair i thought

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