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Koreans Abroad Weekend Preview and Midweek Review

Daylight savings shift mid-weekend to sync back with Europe, North London derby, and tough again for me to watch for one more weekend as off to countryside.
DayTime (ET)PlayerClubOpponentTV
Saturday10:30 AMJi Dong WonAugsburg@IngolstadtFox Soccer 2 Go
Saturday10:30 AMKoo Ja CheolAugsburg@IngolstadtFox Soccer 2 Go
Saturday10:30 AMPark Joo HoDortmund@HamburgFox Soccer Plus
Saturday10:30 AMKim Jin SuHoffenheim@Bayern MunichFox Soccer 2
Saturday11:00 AMLee Chung YongCrystal Palace@BurnleyNBC Extra Time
Sunday7:00 AMSon Heung MinTottenham@ArsenalNBCSN
Sunday10:00 AMKi Sung YuengSwanseaMan UtdCNBC

Ji Dong Won -- Ji should start but we will see where with Bobadilla possibly fit again.  Hopefully he stays on top where his skills are best used and he seems to finding his groove.

Koo Ja Cheol -- As Ji, Koo should start but we will see in what spot.  He looked good alongside Ji and perhaps Schuster will want to continue to get his offense going but that midfield needs work in many spots.

Park Joo Ho -- Injuries and illness dug into depth midweek, but still don't expect PJH to get a start but maybe remote chance of bench.

Kim Jin Su -- No change.

Lee Chung Yong -- I expect a bench role after a showing that even LCY himself criticized.  He wants a run of games to find his form again, but I don't see when that might happen.  Hopefully he gets on as a sub and finds a spark to get him going.

Son Heung Min -- Was a tough loss with so much possession for Tottenham, and yet so much futility to get in attacking spots.  Son's problem was not getting involved enough, with very few touches first on top, and with Dembele going off, then moving to the left.  The good news was that many of his touches were great, with some good passes under pressure, including a good pass to Alli which had a decent claim for a penalty.  His touch remains good but how long until the lack of goals causes him to go back to his habits of trying too hard?

Ki Sung Yueng -- Bradley needs to find a midfield selection that gets things going.  I'm hoping its Cork and Ki, freeing Ki to do the things he has done well over past two weeks: namely bringing up the ball into attack with good dribbles and passes.  That said, it's a mess so Bradley may do something unexpected.


By @KoreaFootAbroad

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