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Stielike, Seoul, Struggles - September in South Korea

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This has been one crazy summer and most in Korean football are glad to see the back of it. The events of the World Cup are well-known. What comes next remains to be seen.
The search for Stielike
When the KFA reluctantly accepted the resignation of Hong Myung-bo in early July, they had no idea as to the identity of his replacement.

Progress made on all fronts in Korea

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Tight at top and bottom The Korean season is coming to a close but the final week or so promises to be full of action at both bottom and top, even if quite a few of those in between are starting to dream of, or dread, 2014. Ulsan Horangi took the 2012 Asian Champions League title but have benefitted domestically after not qualifying for the 2013 version of the continental competition.

Struggles of the Seoul in Korea

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The K League Classic season is now fully into its stride. Races for the title and to avoid the drop are now emerging. Fans can settle down and watch all the action unfold.

The story of the season is still FC Seoul. The defending champions went seven games without a win, then grabbed two successive victories, qualified for the second round of the Asian Champions League at a canter and then lost to ten-man Jeonbuk Motors.

Seoul set for K-League success

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Who can stop the Demolition Duo? Nobody so far this season and time is running out. Dejan Damjanovic and Mauricio Molina have spearheaded FC Seoul's frontline to devastating effect in 2012 and with eight games remaining; the club is seven points clear of Jeonbuk in second. With the two meeting at Jeonju World Cup Stadium this weekend, the feeling is that if the Motors don't take maximum points, then the title race is going to grind to a halt.

Jeonbuk Motors Win Deserved Title

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It didn't come as a surprise. Jeonbuk Motors led the K-league from early in the season and were the best team for most of it. Choi Kang-hee's men should have won the Asian title too but had to make do with the domestic title to add to the 2009 crown.

The inevitable came to pass on December 4 in the second leg of the Championship play-off final against Ulsan Horangi.


Gyeongnam FC 2013 hummel Home and Away Kits

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Gyeongnam FC has launched its hummel 2013 home and away kits for the new Korean [...]

Gyeongnam FC hummel 2012 Kits

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Gyeongnam FC (Korean: 경남 FC) is a South Korean football club based in Gyeongsangnam-do. The club has campaigned in the Korean since the 2006 season. Whilst Gyeongnam has not won...

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Splits, boycotts and redemption

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The K-League is coming to terms with its first-ever split and it quite likes the feeling. At the end of August, the 16 team league divided in two, just like the Scottish Premier League does. Four teams were in the running for the eighth spot going into game 30 but it fell to Gyeongnam FC and they celebrated like they had won the league.