Myung-Bo Thinks QPR Should Release Suk-Yound ASAP

South Korea manager Hong Myung-Bo has stated that championship outfit, QPR, should consider releasing his defender Yun Suk-young at the least time possible. Yun Suk-young is currently playing for QPR and if he will be involved in the Championship play-off final against Derby County. Hence, it is understood that QPR are unwilling to allow him to leave the club before this key match, which could be helpful towards getting back into the Premier league. QPR failed to qualify for the Premier league automatically, but they still have a chance to do so when they take on Derby at the Wembley.


South Korea manager Hong Myung-Bo has stated that championship outfit, QPR, should consider releasing his defender Yun Suk-young at the least time possible. Yun Suk-young is currently playing for QPR and if he will be involved in the Championship play-off final against Derby County. Hence, it is understood that QPR are unwilling to allow him to leave the club before this key match, which could be helpful towards getting back into the Premier league. QPR failed to qualify for the Premier league automatically, but they still have a chance to do so when they take on Derby at the Wembley.

South Korea manager Hong Myung-Bo says that the lack of Yun Suk-young in the squad could be disruptive for his preparations for the World Cup 2014. Korea are one of the teams from Asia to have qualified for the tournament. They will be coming up against the teams like Belgium, Russia, and Algeria in the World Cup group stages. Their first match of the tournament will be against Russia on June 18, but preparation for the World Cup has already begun in the form of pretournament friendly matches. South Korea will be facing the likes of Ghana and Tunisia in these matches.

They recently managed a 2-0 win over Greece to assert their position as one of the inform teams going into the tournament. “If Yun reports to the camp late, then it could set a bad precedent. There’s no shift to our stance that Yun must be here at the earliest date possible,” said the South Korean coach. QPR qualified for the play-off final after beating Wigan Athletic 2-1 in the semi-finals. Given the important nature of the match, QPR manager Harry Redknapp is unlikely to release the player before the end of the match against Derby, who have been scoring