SONG, KIM GET TIME OFF FOR GOOD BEHAVIOUR

Feyenoord’s Chong-Gug Song and Excelsior’s Nam-Il Kim have not been selected to represent South Korea in the Asian cracker against Japan in Seoul Wednesday. Indeed national coach Humberto Coelho has overlooked the country’s entire foreign legion, and fields Korean based players only. Opposite number Zico already announced his decision to rest his foreign based players. The restriction hasn’t dampened Korean enthusiasm for the fixture however, with the 70,000 tickets sold out in 5 hours.

FULL KOREAN SQUAD: Keepers: Lee Woon-jae (Suwon Blue Wings), Seo Dong-myung (Ulsan Tigers). Verdediging: Kim Tae-young (Chunnam Dragons), Lee Sang-hun and Wang Jung-hyun (Anyang Cheetahs), Cho Byung-kuk, Choi Sung-yong and Park Ju-sung (Suwon Blue Wings), Park Jin-sub (Ulsan Tigers), Park Choong-kyun (Songnam Chunma). Midfielders: Yoo Sang-chul, Lee Chun-soo and Choi Sung-kuk (Ulsan Tigers), Kim Doh-keun (Chunnam Dragons), Kim Sang-sik (Sangmu Phoenix), Park Dong-hyuk (Chonbuk Motors), Choi Tae-uk (Anyang Cheetahs), Kim Doo-hyun (Sunwon Blue Wings). Attackers: Ahn Jung-hwan (Shimizu S-Pulse), Choi Yong-soo (JEF United Ichihara), Woo Sung-yong (Pohang Steelers), Lee Dong-gook (Sangmu Phoenix).
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