South Korea has announced the team that will be representing the country in the last round of the World Cup qualifiers.
South Korea will be facing China on the first of September and then will face Syria on the 6th of September. Among the other members of the group, we have Iran, Uzbekistan, and Qatar.
South Korea has announced that five players that participated in the Olympics tournament will be in the squad. Among the most notable players, we have Tottenham Hotspur striker Son Heung-min and Hwang Hee-chan who plays for FC Red Bull Salzburg as a striker.
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South Korea will be hoping to emerge group leaders when they take on their Mexican counterparts in Group C.
Korea picked up four points from the two games played so far, while Mexico garnered same number of points but with lower goal difference.
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The North Korean team at the Olympics are happy at their matchup and will be hoping to capitalize on it when they take on their opponents at the games. The squad is set to open the men’s football tournament when they face Fiji.
Their first game is set to kick off in Salvador on Thursday, a day ahead of the opening ceremony of the 31st Summer Olympics.
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There are reports that an unusual game between the North and South Korea is set to go on, despite the deeply rooted rivalry between both nations.
The state media in the North claim they had set up a steering committee for an inter-Korean workers’ football tournament to mark the 71st anniversary of Korea’s liberation from Japan’s colonial occupation in August. There were reports that the game could happen but many dismissed it seeing the hatred between both countries until the media confirmation.
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It is not a secret that Lazio President Claudio Lotito has close ties with former Italy manager Cesare Prandelli.
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North Korea have made a surprise move by appointing Jorn Anderson as their new manager of the national football team.
The country has been increasingly cut off from the rest of the world due to various issues. Amidst increasing nuclear tension in the region, North Korea would not have been seen as a destination for Norwegian Anderson. After having represented the Norway national team in 26 games during his playing career, Anderson has gone on to manage clubs like Austria Salzburg. He took an extended break from the game as a manager before taking over at Austria Salzburg in 2015.
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According to reports, English Premier League sides, Everton FC and Watford are interested in young Korean International, Lee Jae-Sung. Lee is currently a Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors midfielder and has been attracting lots of interests due to his fine blend of skills.
Reports from TEAMtalk.com reveal that the club’s have been closely watching him for months.
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Korea beat Lebanon 1-0 in their last World Cup qualifying match. Korea has already qualified for the next round but was desperate to keep their 100% record in the qualifiers.
Korea was made to work hard during the game and winning the game proved to be more difficult than expected. With qualifying already won, Korea had trouble to up their game probably due to a lack of motivation and instead found it difficult to breach a side that was more than happy not to concede a goal.
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In the beginning of the winter transfer window, Arsene Wenger started saying that he was predicting Arsenal to be very busy in the market and many fans of the Premier League club started to believe that a few high-profile players were going to be signed in January but after everything was said and done, the only player that was signed by Arsenal was Mohamed Elneny.
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South Korea manager Uli Stielike claims that he is so far very satisfied with the 12 months he has spent in his job. The German was appointed as new coach of the Asian team.
Even though there have been several for managers in charge of South Korea over the last decade, the appointment ofStielike was always seen as a gamble. However, he has achieved reasonable success in the last 12 months andStielike is likely to go into the World Cup 2018 qualification with a lot of confidence. The biggest achievement for Korea during this period will be to have reached the final of the Asian cup.
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