Park Ji-sung @ Queens Park Rangers 2012-2013 Part 2 [R]

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  1. olijolly

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    oh the irony.


  2. Hodori

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    More like 11, since you're bipolar. :x3:
  3. Sons of Thunder

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    I'm pretty sure there are 1,000's who read this forum.
    The copy-poster is there too, operating under skimmilk. Ugh.
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  4. edkwolverines

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    Lolol.

    Let them complain. If QPR gets regulated, PJS will just leave.


  5. skimmilk

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    I can't believe someone would try to give me flack for calling out and defending myself against a troll.
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  6. YLbowman

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    isn't there an ignore feature? Besides arguing with a troll will never get anywhere. Why even bother?
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  7. GoonerDoz

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    i swear those qpr knuckleheads need to be put out of their misery. hope that useless club qpr gets relegated...and that park moves on.
  8. GoonerDoz

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    i dun get it :)
  9. jolim24601

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    you should support the club pjs plays for if you're a pjs fan. it's his job to help them out of relegation and he will get played if he stays healthy.
  10. bekele

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    I'd bet that the same stuff is said about most Korean players abroad... we just happen to be able to read about them in English if they play in Britain. Which makes me think that's why Park Chuyoung told Yoon Sukyoung there is not as much racism in Spain, because the stuff said in English is more likely to be heard and spread.
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  11. Hodori

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    Not QPR... And sorry, but they're most likely going to get relegated this season imo.
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    if qpr were to get relegated would they be forced to sell PJS?
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    Depends on what the contract says I guess. I doubt Tony Fernandes would continue to fund the club at this level in the Championships, so players on high wages must be cleared out. If PJS agreed to take a pay-cut in case of club relegation...who knows?
  14. LDG20

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    I doubt that his father would allow him to play in the Championship

    heh
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  15. jolim24601

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    your statement makes me feel like this:
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  16. LeVin

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    Park needs to get married.

    Having a woman telling him what to do is far better than having his father telling him what to do ㅋ
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    If someone paid me to watch QPR matches I still wouldn't watch them.
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    i believe he has a clause where he can leave if they are relegated
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    Leaving after relegation will be nice but he needs to start showing he still has it or he'll be off to the middle east or china for a final paycheck imo.
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    i love the sarcasm on this thread. :rolleyes:
  21. GoonerDoz

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    pjs deserves better. hope he can engineer a move away to a better club..where their fans will actually support him.
    some of the dross i've seen on the qpr boards is shocking.... stoopid anglos who can't even play football, no technique!
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    Nelsen gone to manage in MLS.

    Dyer cut.
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    Good for him. Isn't he a Stanford alum? I guess that would explain his choice to go to the MLS to manage rather than try out the A-League or something in Kiwi land.

    Dyer - lol... Talk about making money without the hustle. I guess they bought him out finally.
  24. skimmilk

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    I didn't know he went to school in the states. I thought that it was all based on the fact that he had played in the MLS and was comfortable there. I guess I thought wrong.

    We'll see what they add because they need a ton but I suspect not many want to go to that sinking ship that even established players like Nelson are fleeing.
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    I had no idea Ryan Nelson was a Stanford guy. He has such a blue collar look to him...and then you hear Stanford. Kinda hard to picture it.
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