Discussion in 'Korean Players Abroad' started by pourmood, Sep 13, 2012.
i know man. PJS
This "new-look" Park is really refreshing to see in so many ways... almost as if he just decided to come out of his shell one day. Good result against a strong team and its great to see they've got a keeper on the team now.
I just hope I can watch his first qpr goal live on tv. Almost happened this am!
don't forget the hair...
for sure, i'm sure he also wudn't want to let his mate Rio down either.
He came to his charity match in Thailand!
Random question: What cleats does PJS wear?
nike air legends!
Not a fan of the bleacher report, but they got this one pretty accurate.
JSP has been great. Each game he has been voted in top two or three performers. If he can start chipping in a couple of goals and stay healthy, this could be a great season for him.
I honestly thought PJS was up and down in this game. Don't think he had a great game nor a bad one.
Thought it was better than prior weeks.
Author is Allen Jiang.
PJS did not damage his kibun?
never completely understood why some of us choose to read and conveniently acknowledge bits and pieces from publications that at the same time put out what we consider absolute garbage re anything KPA/knt.
whether written by a jiang or a smith, they're all getting $paid$ by the same management. F them.
i'm not looking for unconditional love here. i even want some bias. but show consistently that you care to do the research, spend time uncovering the details. maybe that's why i enjoy visiting bsk so much. the lot of you care. thx.
Nexon? Dafaq, really?
Walking billboards, this is getting ridiculous.
Will QPR shirts feature in Maplestory's Cash Shop?
Looks like Andy Johnson's out for the majority of the season
This vid is freakin awesome.
Best moment at 2:24, made me grin from ear to ear.
nice vid. ...
Thanks. Man, PJS has made me proud so many times.
I got to stop hating on PJS for not taking a penalty in the AC and retiring from the NT to focus on Man U. It was a bitch move. No doubt. But he has like I said, made up for it countless times. It's scary how easy you forget things. This video made me relive all those memories. Especially those goals against Arsenal haha.
park was and still is such a freaking boss
-First Asian to captain a Premier League team (vs. Lille 2005).
-First Asian to win the League Cup (2005).
-First Asian to win a Premier League medal (2007).
-First Asian to win a Champion's League Winner's Medal (2008).
-First Asian to win the FIFA World Club Cup (2008).
-First Asian to play in a Champion's League Final (2009).
-First Asian to captain a Premier League team from the beginning of a match (2012).
-First Asian to reach 200 appearances (in all competitions) for a Premier League team (2012).
-First Asian to be named Club Captain of a Premier League team (2012).
4 EPL medals, 3 League cups, 1 World Club cup, and 1 UCL medal
(Did I leave anything out?)
Quite simply, the man's a national hero. He continues to write history even after international retirement.
and ALWAYS a team player, always puts the team above all else - that's HARD TO DO and esp so i imagine at the top level of anything. he is a legend. period. and the story continues.
Twice runners-up at Park Ji-Sung and Friends tournament.
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