Ji-Sung Park reckons Memphis Depay has the capability

Ji-Sung Park reckons Memphis Depay has the capability to go on to become as successful as the legendary Cristiano Ronaldo.

Park played alongside Depay for the Dutch club PSV Eindhoven a couple of years back and he rates him as high as any other young player in the world at the moment.

United sealed the services of Depay in May this year and the 21-year old has found himself in the thick of things straightaway. He has featured in all the 4 Premier games that the Red Devils have played so far in their current campaign.

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Kim Chang Bok hoping best from his team

North Korea manager Kim Chang Bok has said that he is hoping that his team plays an attractive brand of football when they step onto the pitch to take on Vietnam in a friendly match.

This match gives them great opportunity to put behind the disappointment of the Asian cup. North Korea had a very disappointing tournament after finishing bottom of the group without even taking a single point. Not much is expected from them ahead of the World Cup 2018 qualification campaign that will begin in a month. The team start with matches against Yemen and Uzbekistan in the space of a few days.

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Uli Stielike reckons there are a few places up for grabs

Uli Stielike reckons there are a few places up for grabs in his Korean squad ahead of the World Cup qualifiers and he would be closely watching his young players in action versus Uzbekistan to identify the individuals who are capable of filling those places.

Stielike has made it clear that he is not going to make the wholesale changes to the squad that took part in the Asian Cup earlier this year, but, he would be adding a couple of young players based on the basis of the performances in the Uzbekistan game.

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South Korea Lost against Australia

South Korea was on search for their 3rd Asian Cup title as they faced off with Australia on January 31 but goals from Massimo Luongo and James Troisi was enough for Australia to rise and claim their first Asian Cup trophy.

The match was a very dramatic one as Australia took the lead in the first half through Luongo and it seemed like it was going to be enough for the home team to snatch the victory but a late goal from Heung-Min Son at the 91st minute forced the match to continue rolling into extra time.

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South Korea called many New Players for Football Team

South Korea have called up several new names for the upcoming training camp after coach Uli Stielike said that he was looking for more hungry players. Out of the 28 players who have been called up by the German coach, 13 of them have been playing regularly in the domestic leagues.

They have been waiting for a chance to show their qualities and, according to Stielike,this makes them extremely hungry as far as the national team is concerned. South Korea have so far enjoyed an inconsistent run in the friendly matches after the World Cup.

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Uli Stielike took charge of South Korean

Uli Stielike took the reins of the South Korean national squad in October and things began in superb form for him as the German coach guided South Korea to a 2-0 victory against Paraguay in his coaching debut on October 10.

Goals from Kim Min-woo and Nam Tae-hee in the first half were enough for Stielike to claim his victory as the coach of South Korea in his first match when playing against Paraguay.

This victory seemed to have fueled UliStielike as the German coach later went on saying that his squad should be able to defeat Costa Rica which was their next opponents.
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Stielike takes charge of SOuth Korea

South Korea was one of the nations that could not win a single match in their campaign through the 2014 World Cup and when the tournament reached its end, Hong Myung-bo stepped down from his position of coaching the Korean side.

The managerial position of South Korea was left vacant for almost 2 months and it wasn’t until a few days ago that the new coach of the national team was announced and the man that was designated to take charge of the team is Uli Stielike.

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Korea Looking At Marwijk

South Korea’s National team are reportedly looking to make former Dutch coach Bert van Marwijk as their new manager following the exit of Hong Myung-bo after the World Cup 2014. This was after a disastrous World Cup campaign for the Asian team, which came into the tournament as one of the strongest from this region alongside Japan. South Korea, however, were unable to even finished third in the group after managing to get only one point from the three matches. The resignation of Hong Myung-bo was expected to be followed by another South Korean becoming a national team boss.
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Myung-Bo Steps Down

Korea Republic coach Hong Myung-bo has decided to step down from his role after his team’s poor showing at the World Cup 2014. It was a disappointing tournament for South Korea, who came into the competition as one of the top teams from Asia along with Japan. After having reached the semi-finals of the 2002 World Cup, South Korea have been struggling to hit the same heights in subsequent tournaments. The World Cup 2014 will rank alongside as one of the major disappointments for the nation, especially considering that they had a lot of fans in Brazil.

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