Thursday, April 17, 2014

Recap + Schedule Weekend of April 18th

Some championship matches on Friday but not watchable on US TV anyway.

Ki got hurt last weekend and missed the midweek fixture to tendonitis.  Poyet says that Ki might be out a couple of weeks, and given that Ki will also miss Swansea due to be on loan from them, there's little left of the season for Ki to try to help Sunderland survive.

DayTime (ET)PlayerClubOpponentTV
Friday10:00 AMLee Chung YongBolton@Charlton AthleticNone
Saturday12:30 AMKi Sung YuengSunderland@ChelseaNBC
Saturday7:15 AMYun Suk YoungQPR@Leicester CityBeIn
Saturday9:30 AMHong Jeong HoAugsburgHertha BerlinNone
Saturday9:30 AMJi Dong WonAugsburgHertha BerlinNone
Saturday9:30 AMKoo Ja CheolMainz@DortmundNone
Saturday9:30 AMPark Joo HoMainz@DortmundNone
Saturday10:00 AMKim Bo KyungCardiff CityStoke CityNBCSN
Sunday9:30 AMSon Heung MinBayer Leverkusen@NurnbergGolTV
Offn/aPark Ji SungPSV Eindhoven

Chungy may start as Bolton have been on a good run with him in the lineup.

Ki out injured.

Yun has been on the bench recently and don't see that changing.

Hong Jeong Ho played well and confidently again last week and could start again.  Hopefully Ji makes it back at least to bench this week.

Park Joo Ho is out with injury.  Koo did not play last week and may start off on the bench again this week.

Kim Bo Kyung played 90 in a huge win even if Kimbo's contributions were intermittent.  Could start again though the lineup shuffling is extreme in Cardiff.

Son started and Leverkusen finally won with new manager though they looked shaky defensively at times.  Son contributed with a more of a counterattacking role and had a nice assist to (though even better finish by) Brandt.  He should start again.

PJS is off and looks to be struggling to the finish line with health issues.