Discussion in 'Korean Domestic Leagues' started by Dokebiteam, Jan 17, 2010.
They have Kim Eun-jung too
If Koo Ja-cheol leaves, this team will be in serious trouble.
강원 - 강민우, 오원종, 이윤의
경남 - 황병인
대구 - 이종찬, 장남석
대전 - 황지윤
서울 - 김치우, 이종민, 최효진
성남 - 김철호
울산 - 김용태, 김치곤
인천 - 김민수, 이준영
전남 - 고차원, 박상철
전북 - 권순태
제주 - 오봉진
포항 - 김범준, 유창현, 이성재
Gwangju Sangmu transfers
Gwangju FC is a very young team. Average age is 21.
seoul got all their fullbacks jacked lol
Say goodbye to Bingada. I'm kinda glad, actually.
Kim Dong-sub is leaving Vortis to play for Gwangju, among others.
How did Takahara do in the end of the season?
What the hell, Seoul needs to be competitive for ACL next year.
This is funny to read because we applied for a media pass and were denied. Our podcast has gotten support from every club outside of FC Seoul. They think they are so much higher than every team in Korea despite at the time of denying us having won 0 trophies that meant anything.
I can confirm that Mato will be returning to Suwon.
Wow. Well, not completely surprising. It wasn't like he was lighting up the league with Omiya.
Good. My club isn't bending its ass towards a group of people--white foreigners specifically--that think they deserve shit they don't deserve.
Are you seriously whining about not getting a media pass? Unlike the other low-standard crapshoots that's been 'supporting' you, FC Seoul is covered by legimate, licensed writers, and the last thing on our agenda is to please internet hobbyists. If you want help from FC Seoul, first step is to become a season ticket holder and join the supporter's club.
No offense but anyone can start a podcast.
I'll respond to both posts here.
Hihi, for a club that is attempting to get foreign fans it seems that fc Seoul would be looking to make a good impression. We try to not be biased for Suwon or against FC Seoul. Your club wants to impress Uzbeki's who will never support the team financially before they help people that can give immediate financial help. FC Seoul has terrible marketing skills. They are in a city of over 10,000,000 people and are proud to get 540,000 people. A number we all know is exaggerated. I hope they lose their 패륜 mentality.
Mudang, your statement is very true and no offense was taken. Can anybody start a podcast that interviews the leagues top players and has a constant ranking of 4-5 in Korean sports podcasts on iTunes? For 3 pedophile, worthless hosts that can't get a job in our home country and are only here to make money and steal your women, it's not a bad effort : ) I'm only kidding. You do understand we aren't making money and are just doing it to raise awareness about Korean footy. We arent great yet but getting better.
Do you mean 54,000 for the final or 540,000 throughout the season?
54K for the final seems a decent number considering football isn't a major sport in Korea + keeping in mind the average attendance of EPL matches which is on the average considerably less.
You're doing what you love, kudos.
That's because those Uzbeks have money they may spend. You don't. Football is first and foremost a business.
Well shucks at least you're being truthful. Good on you sir. Objectivity is the first step to being a great reporter.
I meant for the whole season. I think the number was somewhere around 540,000. It's not bad but could be so much better. Suwon was only a few thousand behind them. FC Seoul wants to market to foreigners but doesn't want give access to a group of people that are trying to promote them. Every other club has gone out of their way. There was one man in the FC Seoul front office that tried to help and apologized for his douchebag pr guys.
Lol. With your logic, you should apply for a position at fc Seoul. There are 20,000 English teachers in Seoul. How many Uzbeks? I love how you show your obvious stupidity and outward racism : )
Your comments keep getting better. Keep editing please.
Please explain how it's better to market to Uzbeki's than foreign footy fans in Seoul? Since football is foremost a business, show how that's wise...
Oh puh-lease , don't try to spin this into a racial thing. No one here has a problem with someone like John Duerden, a legitimate news-reporter.
Erm, Uzbeks have been quietly investing loads of cash into their football program. Ever heard of Bunyondkor?
Fostering good relationships with another country's football infrastructure is more useful than giving some media pass to some podcast. You act as if your podcast is the sole source of foreigner-friendly football advertisement.
If there's an off chance that more and more Uzbekis pay attention to K-League football, FC Seoul and the K-League as a whole benefit due to the wider exposure.
Heck, FC Seoul is probably dreaming of having Uzbeki fans like Manchester United has fans all over the globe. Having a star Uzbeki NT player on their team has already started to garner small amounts of Uzbeki support for FCS.
Yes. I interviewed Scolari 1-1 after their defeat to last year to pohang. JD is a great reporter also. I've been in journalism since middle school and my co host has a degree in broadcast journalism. You are really barking up the wrong tree here if your wanting to say we are unqualified. JD has actually been a guest on our show. Do you listen?
Back to the point though. They are investing in THEIR league. Why does Seoul care about that??? Since starting the suwon foreign supporters club, I've sold more than 400 season tickets. Seoul has nearly 15 foreign supporter season ticket holders. I know the guy in charge of foreign marketing there. I know you think I'm a terrible person but I'm successful at what I do. I was and am still willing to promote Seoul in the podcast. I still hate them but I can put that behind me for the good of Korean footy.
Do you still think Seoul should be more focused on Uzbeki's than foreigners in Seoul?
Because creating partnerships with filthy rich people never hurt anyone. Plus, FCS probably knows that though they might deny you a media pass, you're still going to report on the K-League.
It's not what I think, you should ask them. I don't run FCS, just trying to show you what they might be thinking.
I can understand why you're not in marketing. You would rather go after fans 7,000 mm away than focus on fans in your backyard. Also, when Uzbeki's want to listen to Korean footy podcasts, will they listen in Korean or English??? We wanted a media pass to have an interview with Dejan that was previously setup. They denied us. We will get over it.
BTW, how many radio/podcast sources are their in English for the kleague??? If you guessed one, your correct
This can work both ways. K-League has a hard time pulling in a Korean crowd, why should they cater to a tiny foreign population of fans when they can't even bring in the majority of their domestic population?
As for you getting over it, that's probably what they were banking on.
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