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SOUTH KOREA ALL STARS



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COACH: Guus HIDDINK

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GOALKEEPERS:

Lee WOON-JAE
Choi IN-YOUNG


DEFENDERS:

Choi JIN-CHEUL
Kim TAE-YOUNG
Park JUNG-BAE
Hong MYUNG-BO (C)


MIDFIELDERS:

Kim NAM-IL
Yoo SANG-CHUL
Lee YOUNG-PYO
Lee EUL-YONG
Park JI-SUNG
Kim JOO-SUNG
Ha SEOK-JU
Huh JUNG-MOO
Seo JUNG-WON
Hwang BO-KWAN


FORWARDS:

Choi YONG-SOO
Lee CHUN-SOO
Hwang SUN-HONG
Choi SOON-HO
Cha BUM-KUN
Park CHANG-SUN
Kim DO-HOON



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RESERVES:


GOALKEEPERS:

Kim BYUNG-JI
Sin BUM CHUL
Seo DONG MYUNG


DEFENDERS:

Park KYU-JONG/CHONG
Chung YONG-HWAN
Park KYUNG-HOON
Gu SANG-BUM
Kim PAN KEUN
Chung JONG SON
Shin HONG GI
Kim JUNG-NAM
Kim HO


MIDFIELDERS:

Song CHONG-GUG
Choi MOON SIK
Noh JUNG YOON
Ko JEONG WOON
Cho KWANG-RAE


FORWARDS:

Lee TAE-HO
Lee DONG-GOOK
Ahn JUNG-HWAN
Lee HOE-TAIK





FORMATION: 3-5-2

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INFO:

The Korea Republic national football team (Korean: 대한민국 축구 국가대표팀, Daehanminguk Chukgu Gukga Daepyo Team) represents Korea Republic (South Korea) in international football and is controlled by the Korea Football Association. Korea Republic is the most successful Asian football team in the history of the FIFA World Cup having participated in eight World Cup tournaments, which is the most amount of appearances for an Asian country. Korea Republic became the first and only Asian team to reach the semi-final stages, at the 2002 tournament, and also won the first two editions of the AFC Asian Cup.

History

South Korea has emerged as a major football power in Asia, winning several prestigious Asian football championships, including the first two Asian Cup tournaments. The South Korean national team has also played in seven consecutive World Cup finals (from 1986), making a total of eight World Cup finals in all.
In their first World Cup finals tournament, the 1954 World Cup as the second Asian team to ever enter the World Cup after the Dutch East Indies, South Korea played games against Hungary and Turkey, losing 9–0 and 7–0 respectively. It took 32 years before South Korea were able to participate in the World Cup finals again, when they qualified for the 1986 World Cup held in Mexico City.
They lost 3–1 to Argentina, drew 1–1 with Bulgaria, and lost 3–2 to Italy.
This difficult streak held until the 2002 FIFA World Cup (which it co-hosted with Japan), in which the South Korean national team earned many wins and finished fourth place overall.

2002 World Cup

South Korea was one of the host nations for the 2002 FIFA World Cup tournament, along with Japan. Led by Dutch coach Guus Hiddink, and assistant coach Pim Verbeek, South Korean team achieved their first ever victory in the first stage (2–0, against Poland), and after a 1–1 draw with the USA, and a further 1–0 victory against heavily-favored Portugal, the South Korean team qualified for the second round.
The USA's shock 3-2 win over Portugal, together with a draw against South Korea was enough to send them through, even though they lost 1-3 against Poland. Portugal were eliminated with one win and two losses, including one against South Korea. Poland were also eliminated, despite beating the USA in their final game.
Their second round opponents were Italy, who were defeated 2–1 after extra time. The South Korea public then began to dream of a semi-final berth, which was attained on defeating Spain on penalties. They surpassed the record of their North Korean counterparts 36 years before.
The South Korean team's run was halted by a 1-0 loss to Germany in the semi-finals, and a 3–2 defeat to Turkey in the third-place playoff.

Honours

FIFA World Cup

Fourth place (1): 2002

AFC Asian Cup

Winners (2): 1956, 1960
Runner-Up (3): 1972, 1980, 1988
Third place (4) : 1964, 2000, 2007, 2011

Asian Games

Gold medal (3): 1970, 1978, 1986
Silver medal (3): 1954, 1958, 1962
Bronze medal (1): 1990

East Asian Football Championship

Winners (2): 2003, 2008
Runner-Up (1): 2010

Dynasty Cup
Winners (1): 1990
Runner-Up (2): 1992, 1995
Third place (1) : 1998

Other awards

Unofficial Football World Championships

Holders: 31 January 1995 - 4 February 1995

FIFA World Cup Most Entertaining Team

Winners (1): 2002

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Wed Mar 20, 2013 8:22 pm
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Lee YOUNG-PYO move please in defender.
Hwang BO-KWAN should be in reserves(I don't see he is good performance in NT)
Instead, I suggest Cha DU-RI(Defender).


Wed Feb 15, 2017 11:43 am
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I think Son Heung-min must be included in first team....

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Tue Oct 20, 2020 6:51 pm
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M Ace wrote:
I think Son Heung-min must be included in first team....

This is another team that needs a huge rework. 10 midfielders and only 4 defenders in the first team? Lee Young-pyo and Seo Jung-won weren't even primarily midfielders. Moreover the number or reserves seems quite poor. Last but not least, the first name of the players should be the one in capital letters while the name right after the dash should be all in small letters. Additionally, I suggest to use the names of the players showed in the K-League website as standard, in case that wasn't done when this team was first made.


Tue Oct 20, 2020 8:10 pm
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