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Ki Sung-Yeung

Postby PES Stats Database » 2009 Apr 04, 16:38

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Re: KI Sung-Yong - FC Seoul

Postby Mouarikh » 2009 Sep 07, 10:28

Going to Celtic in January, just posting this so that I remember when January rolls around.

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Re: KI Sung-Yong - FC Seoul

Postby Mouarikh » 2009 Nov 24, 20:08

Won AFC young player of the year (2009).

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Re: KI Sung-Yong - FC Seoul

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Re: KI Sung-Yong

Postby hwanikani » 2009 Dec 16, 18:43

Add *DMF and possibly *AMF?

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Re: KI Sung-Yong

Postby pikathunder » 2009 Dec 16, 19:53

Added AMF.
I don't think he'll play DMF anymore.

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Re: KI Sung-Yong

Postby Paddy » 2009 Dec 28, 17:51

South Korean playmaker Ki Sung Yueng has told his new Celtic team-mates to just call him Dave to avoid confusion. "Communication is so important if players are to be comfortable with each other," the 20-year-old said helpfully. (Daily Record)

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Re: KI Sung-Yong

Postby Paddy » 2010 Jan 09, 18:21

Ki Sung-yong is one of the most highly-rated young players in Asia. At 20, he is already a firm fixture in South Korea's side and will be at next summer's World Cup finals. However, before he enjoys a trip to South Africa he will be making himself at home in Scotland, as Celtic have won the race for his signature and he will move to Glasgow in January. Ki is fluent in English having spent a chunk of his early years in Australia, where he played his football for Brisbane-based John Paul College. After shining Down Under he accepted an offer to return to Korea with FC Seoul where his progress continued. Within 12 months Manchester United's scouts were tracking him closely and they tried, unsuccessfully, to get him on trial. 2008 saw Ki handed his debut for the South Korea national side. He has since played a major part in helping his country reach the World Cup, including a goal against North Korea in qualifying. Domestically, Ki was attracting major interest from clubs in Europe - with British sides paying particular attention. Portsmouth made a bid, but Celtic - who have an excellent record of scouting Asian talent - swooped, and Ki has agreed to follow the likes of Shunsuke Nakamura and Kiki Mizuno to Parkhead.

But what are Celtic getting for their money? The short answer is quality. Ki is a wonderfully gifted midfielder, with excellent feet. He has great close-control, which allows him to attack at speed. He is very attack-minded and has a real eye for goal. In his homeland he has been dubbed the 'Korean Steven Gerrard' and the similarities are there, although Ki is probably a bit more attack-minded and you are unlikely to see as much back-tracking from him as you do from the Liverpool captain. Ki rejected a move to England stating he wasn't yet ready for the Premier League, and this is such a refreshing attitude for a young player who clearly has desires to make it to the top. He is an immensely gifted player, who should benefit hugely from Tony Mowbray's tutelage. English clubs are sure to be keeping close tabs on his progress.

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Re: KI Sung-Yong

Postby Helios » 2010 Jan 17, 10:58

N°18. ;)

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Re: KI Sung-Yong

Postby techguyatny » 2010 Jan 27, 03:56

take out AMF, put in DMF as playable positions. ki never plays AMF

increase long pass accuracy seriously. his long passes are way more accurate than his shorts. for that reason, add Pinpoint Pass to his player cardset. ki kind of reminds of xabi

heard he had a great debut @ celtics. got man of the match award on his debut according to wiki, but i didn't get to see the game or highlights myself

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Re: KI Sung-Yong

Postby Aloha » 2010 Jan 31, 02:36

His name for English is Ki Sung-Yueng, not Ki Sung-Yong.

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Re: KI Sung-Yong

Postby Paddy » 2010 Feb 28, 21:24

No, its Dave.

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Re: KI Sung-Yong

Postby Josh » 2010 Feb 28, 22:04

P.DIDDY wrote:No, its Dave.

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Re: KI Sung-Yong

Postby Josh » 2010 May 31, 15:09

Made some cosmetic changes.

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Re: KI Sung-Yong

Postby Cold_Mac » 2010 Jun 27, 20:32

Regretfully I expect this promising guy to have a small part in Lennys "bring back the thunder" and "war" masterplan.
I really like him. Lenny too.

Balance: 77 --> 74-75: With his size he'll be quite strong but he isn't. At the WC he got bullied quite a few times by smaller but chubbier opponents. His main weakness I think.
Response: 78 --> 80: Reacts to new game situations really quick, seems to be a intelligent reader of the game.

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Re: KI Sung-Yong

Postby Josh » 2010 Jun 27, 21:25

Yeah, it will be a shame if thats the case. I agree with Response, but not with Balance, 77 is OK just now. What do you think about swapping his SPA and LPA around?

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Re: KI Sung-Yong

Postby Cold_Mac » 2010 Jun 27, 21:27

Big J wrote:Yeah, it will be a shame if thats the case. I agree with Response, but not with Balance, 77 is OK just now. What do you think about swapping his SPA and LPA around?


You're right.
I would also increase his FKA and curling by 2-3 points. Magnificant free kicks for Celtic and South Korea.

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Re: KI Sung-Yong

Postby Josh » 2010 Jun 27, 21:31

Done.

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Re: KI Sung-Yong

Postby Paddy » 2010 Aug 26, 22:56

Yasser-Al_qahtani wrote:BB : 80

I gave no reasoning because I'm a moron.


Bahahahahhaa

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Re: KI Sung-Yong

Postby Paddy » 2010 Oct 30, 12:12

I'm not so sure these still reflect him as a player.

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