Discussion in 'Korean Players Abroad' started by Seol Korea, Nov 19, 2010.
rangers fans most likely
It was a year or two ago before he was coach some Rangers fans jumped him after he left a bar drunk and KHAO.
Mostly lone Idiots or Protestant Paramilitary groups back in Northern Ireland i would assume, He's been getting them throughout his career. He retired from the Northern Ireland national team because of constant death threats, Also him Niall Mcginn and Paddy Mccourt were sent bullets in the post earlier in the season because they were Catholics from Northern Ireland. He has had it all really from death threats on his family to being assaulted on the streets. You have to feel sorry for the guy nobody should have to put up with shit like that.
Don't think he'll quit though. Although Im sure he'll be having a long think about it. Also His 8 match ban isn't confirmed yet, he currently has a 4 match ban which starts tommorrow(Which was originally a 6 match ban that he got for reasons nobody can explain) and he might get a further 2 match ban for his fight with Ally Mccoist which would be automatically doubled because of his bad record of discipline this season.
The SFA are a joke.
How do you fit in over there in terms of sectarianism Henke? Are you Catholic or do you just stay out of it and no one bothers you?
Lol. I actually read every word here on players abroad. I must have just skimmed over it.
Im Catholic but the Sectarianism doesn't really happen much as you get older its more when your in school and people can see by your School Uniform that your Catholic, We got into a couple of fights with the other Schools walking home and stuff, Or Playing for the School football team against Protestant Schools the games were dirty as hell. There was never much in the way of actual Sectarian abuse just a kind of underlying tension. The fact that im Korean never really affected much except for a few Racist comments here and there.
Anyone watch the game against Hamilton yesterday?
2-0 win against bottom of the league Hamilton, Ki starting over Ledley was the only thing of note to happen really. It was really a very dull game, Celtic looked a little too confident and not very motivated. Ki played decent did some dirty work and kept the ball moving. Nobody really stood out except from Kris Commons who got both goals.
It is promising to see Ki start over Ledley though im not sure if he's planning on keeping it that way or Lennon was just rewarding Ki for his performance against Rangers, Or possibly because we were at Home.
The CIS cup final against Rangers is on the 20th so hopefully Ki can cement his place next to Kayal in the coming games and if everything goes to plan We'll get to see him winning his first trophy. I actually think Lennon will go 4-5-1 so im sure Ki will be playing either way.
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