Thursday, September 19, 2013

Weekend Sept 20 UPDATED

Hong Jeong Ho has a greater chance of making the bench at least for the weekend.  Not too much televised that isn't normally

DayTime (ET)PlayerClubOpponentTV
Saturday9:30:00 AMHong Jeong HoAugsburg@Hannover 96None
Saturday9:30:00 AMSon Heung MinBayer Leverkusen@MainzNone
Saturday9:30:00 AMPark Joo HoMainzLeverkusenNone
Saturday9:30:00 AMKoo Ja CheolWolfsburgHoffenheimNone
Saturday10:00:00 AMLee Chung YongBoltonBrightonNone
Saturday10:00:00 AMYun Suk YoungQPR@Yeovil TownNone
Saturday10:00:00 AMJi Dong WonSunderlandWest BromNBC Extra Time
Saturday10:00:00 AMKi Sung YuengSunderlandWest BromNBC Extra Time
Saturday12:00:00 PMKim Young Kyu "Kiu"AlmeriaLevanteBeIn Play (BeIn Esp at 6PM)
Sunday10:30:00 AMPark Ji SungPSV EindhovenAjaxGolTV
Sunday11:00:00 AMKim Bo KyungCardiff CityTottenhamNBC Extra Time

Hong Jeong Ho has had a few practices under his belt so hopefully he gets a chance to make his debut soon but I don't expect it this week.

Son played well at times in his first CL experience at Old Trafford.  He had an assist and some nice plays in a frustrating day for Bayer's offense.  He also looked totally gassed after four matches in two weeks but his first alternate Hegeler is out with an injury.  We'll see if he starts.

Park Joo Ho played 90 last weekend and should start.

Koo Ja Cheol had a pretty poor match as Wolfsburg got destroyed.  Gustavo got himself another match suspension but Hecking has toyed with leaving Koo on the bench... I suspect he will still start but not certain.

Lee Chung Yong like Son has also had a full schedule, having an assist and reportedly playing better in midweek Championship action.  However Bolton failed to get the three points again and things are looking desperate for Bolton at the bottom of the table so I imagine LCY will get the start.

Kimbo looked to have showed a bit of fatigue and was pulled at halftime.  Hopefully he's fresh for the weekend where he most likely will start again.

Ki made his debut for Sunderland starting and providing reasonable amount of order to Sunderland's midfield even if he looked a bit off form.  He should start again this weekend.

I have to admit I didn't get to catch PJS where he started.  I assume he will start again.

Yun and Ji were left off their squads and I expect that to continue this week.  Kiu was back with the B team where he reportedly played well for 60 minutes and I think he should be there for the foreseeable future.