And we say farewell to Lee Seung Woo from the schedule as he moves to Sint Truiden in Belgium. On the one hand, probably equal or a quarter step up in play from Serie B, but on the other, a bit disappointing to see a former bright star struggling to have any sort of market. Hopefully a new start is all he needs to get get going again.
|Saturday||9:30 AM||Jeong Woo Yeong||Freiburg||Köln||Fox Match Pass|
|Saturday||9:30 AM||Kwon Chang Hoon||Freiburg||Köln||Fox Match Pass|
|Saturday||9:30 AM||Ji Dong Won||Mainz||@Bayern Munich||Fox Sports 1|
|Saturday||10:00 AM||Ki Sung Yueng||Newcastle||Watford||NBC Gold|
|Saturday||11:30 AM||Hwang Ui Jo||Bordeaux||@Lyon||BeIn|
|Sunday||9:00 AM||Suk Hyun Jun||Reims||Lille||BeIn|
|Sunday||11:00 AM||Lee Kang In||Valencia||Mallorca||BeIn|
|Sunday||11:30 AM||Son Heung Min||Tottenham||@Arsenal||NBCSN|
Jeong Woo Yeong-- We'll see if he's with first team today but with things going well, doubt Streich is in a rush to upset the boat.
Kwon Chang Hoon-- Let's hope his sharp play means more playing time... at the least coming on earlier than the 85th minute.
Ji Dong Won-- Still out injured.
Ki Sung Yueng-- There's a fair amount of injuries but not sure if it will mean the end of the bench or three other players for one backup Bruce-style, but I don't foresee lots of play.
Hwang Ui Jo-- Should start. Tough challenge.
Suk Hyun Jun-- Not sure whats going on here... probably his usual sub forward role.
Lee Kang In-- Injuries at RB pushes LKI further up the depth chart but still only as a bench option.
Son Heung Min-- NLD means Poch will be eager to put his best team out there, especially after last week's debacle. I'd have to think Son is in that, especially with some of the injuries in midfield and attack.