Park goal earns Man United 1-0 win over
Manchester United moved into the Premier League lead, beating Arsenal 1-0 Monday night on Park Ji-sung's goal in the 41st minute.
Posted on 13 December 2010 | 2:17 pm
SKorea eases to 2-0 win over lackluster
South Korea opened the World Cup like it wanted to repeat its 2002 run to the semifinals. Greece looked like it was stuck in 1994.
Posted on 12 June 2010 | 6:22 am
Park Ji-sung says NKorea may shock at World
South Korea star midfielder Park Ji-sung thinks North Korea could surprise some teams at the World Cup.
Posted on 11 June 2010 | 6:26 am
Park leads South Korea past Japan 2-0 in
Park Ji-sung scored in the first half and Park Chu-young in the second to lead South Korea to a 2-0 win over Japan on Monday night in an exhibition between nations headed to the World Cup.
Posted on 24 May 2010 | 7:19 am
European soccer clubs seek talented Asian
Manchester United has a not-so-secret weapon to win over fans in its preseason tour of Asia — the continent's star, Park Ji-sung.
Posted on 16 July 2009 | 1:03 am
Resolved Question: Is Ji-Sung Park famous in
He is a football player who used to play for Manchester United.
Im asking because I heard that Football(soccer) in Korea isnt very popular as it seems.
Posted on 1 October 2012 | 3:04 am
Resolved Question: Queens Park Ji Sung ?
Has the deal been finalized?> Someone tell me , i don't have SSN ffs
tbh, the only reason i asked this was to say Queens Park Ji Sung
Posted on 6 July 2012 | 6:51 am
Resolved Question: Who's the best Asian in
I think Park Ji Sung still tops all of them
Posted on 17 November 2011 | 2:32 pm
Resolved Question: Who is better nani or
Posted on 1 June 2011 | 11:55 am
Resolved Question: Korea Republic Nationals
So, i know for a fact, and is obvious, that the Korea Republic is by far the best soccer team in Asia. (Though some might say that Japan is; it is somewhat debatable) Anyway, in January, after the Asian Cup in Qatar, our two most top veterans, Park Ji-Sung & Lee Young Pyo retired from the nationals. As of right now, our new Coach/manager, Cho Kwang Rae has been playing young guns who have exceptional talents either both playing abroad or domestic. We have: Lee Chung Yong of Bolton, Ki Sung Yueng of Celtics, Park Chu Yong of AS Monaco, Nam Tae Hee of Valenciennes, Son Hueng Min of Hamburg SV, Suk Hyun Jun of 1899 Hoffenheim (most Likely) Koo Ja-Cheol of VfL Wolfsburg. Now these players are all under 26, mostly in the early 20's. Our players are very talented and i believe that within couple of years, we will become NASTY period. In addition to this there have been lots of possible transfers amongst there players and even some in K-League.
Park Chu-Yong recieved love calls from top 10 EPL (Arsenal, Bolton, Liverpool, Chelsea), top 4 Ligue 1 (PSG, Lilly, and Lyon), and even from La Liga. (Athletico Madrid)
Lee Chung Yong has been placed to the list of Liverpool, Arsenal, Fulham, and Manchester United once, i believe.
Ki Sung Yueng has been wanted from Liverpool, Aston Villa, Arsenal, and Napoli (Big 3 of Seria A)
Ji Dong Won of k-League has been called interest from Newcastle United, and Bolton.
From this projectures, do u gys think that losing Park Ji-Sung of Manchester United, and Lee Yong Pyo of Al-Hilal, will hurt us, or will not matter as we improved more
Posted on 16 May 2011 | 9:20 am