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The K League United Elimination Game - Round 11


It's the final round before we take a break for the World Cup, with ten competitors holding on with just a single life. Round Ten only saw the single casualty, but with fewer and fewer favourable selections remaining, the possibility of mass elimination is higher than ever. Who will be heading into the World Cup still with a hope left? Select your teams below.
(Photo via K League)

Round Ten Roundup


Well that was relatively uneventful. 

Only two players lost lives, Wonbin Bae who had three lives two rounds ago is down to his final life after making a bold prediction that Anyang would not-lose on the road to a surprise-not-bottom-of-the-table Daejeon Citizen. 

The other player is David Hill, a US Airman formerly based at the Kunsan Airforce Base and long time Jeonbuk supporter, lost his final life by choosing the Ansan Greeners who managed to lose to Suwon FC, a team with only four wins all season. 

In the 2017 edition of this game, David went out in Round Four. This year looked to be much of the same after being down to one life going into Round Three. Instead, he played a remarkable game and leaves us in Round 10. 

Best wishes, mate.

Everyone else made incredibly safe choices this week with Sangju (hosting Incheon), Busan (hosting Seoul E-Land), and Daejeon (hosting winless(!) Anyang) all having four supporters. Three others chose Jeju who played at home against near-relegation flirting Jeonnam Dragons.



I got a message near the cut-off time last week when a player said, “I’m just trying to get to the World Cup Break.” 

We all are. 

Seven of us will DEFINITELY be playing this game come July. Ten players have one life and one round left before Korea stun the world by lifting the World Cup trophy. 

Choose wisely. 

-Jon Christian


NameLives
James Edrupt3
Lex Nande3
Adam Hicks (round 2)2
Ferdinand Scheibl2
Jon Christian2
Todd Wilde2
이재혁2
Branko Belan1
Dan Croydon1
Mark Kelly (round 2)1
Matthew Binns1
Paul Carver1
Phil Mason1
Ross Davis1
Scott Whitelock1
Steve Price1
Won-bin Bae1
@6thofjun0
Adhitya Pratama (R 2)0
Alex Cook (round 2)0
Andy Clay0
Ansan Supporters0
Becky Webb0
Chris Sink (Round 3)0
Dan Lovell0
Dani Deudermont Glez0
David Hill0
David Yoon (Round 3)0
Jack Murland0
James Mckeon0
John Cassidy0
Jonny Cook (round 2)0
Kevin (round 2)0
Kyle Gobler (Round 2)0
Luke Evans0
Michael Welch (Round 2)0
Mike O’Neil0
Paul Neat0
Ryan Walker0
Ryan Walters0
Stephen Waddell0
Tim Barnes0
Viva La K-League0

Rules


Think carefully about the weekend fixtures below and pick a side you think will not be coming leaving empty handed, but you must not select a team you have previously picked in the first ten rounds. If your team is defeated, you lose a life. When you have no lives remaining, then it is game over for you.

Teams must be in twenty four hours prior to the first kick off. For this week, that deadline is Friday 18th May at 2:00pm KST.

If you miss the deadline, you will lose a life.

It must also be mentioned that unfortunately this game is no longer open to new competitors. Entry closed after round three, but please make sure to take part next year!

Please enter using the form at bottom of this article. If you wish to change your decision prior to the deadline, please contact either Jon Christian or site editor Matthew Binns. You can also contact them if you cannot remember which teams you selected in previous rounds, though please make sure to check for your name in our previous weekly posts if you can.

Prizes


Besides K League supporters across the country presenting you with respect and admiration, we are also giving away a K League United kit (both shirt and shorts), in addition to a standard match ticket (home or away) for any competition featuring a K League side playing in Korea in the current or following season. Tickets will not be offered for matches outside of the country.

For those wishing to partake from outside of the Korea peninsula, the K League United kit will be sent out to you free of charge via a standard international shipping service

Fixtures


This game only takes place on the weekend when both leagues are playing unless stated otherwise, in which case you will be contacted via email with generous notice.

Upcoming fixtures for the eleventh round are as follows:

Saturday 19th May
Gyeongnam FC vs Gangwon FC
Jeonnam Dragons vs Daegu FC
Asan Mugunghwa vs Daejeon Citizen
Bucheon 1995 vs Seoul E-Land

Sunday 20th May
Incheon United vs Ulsan Hyundai
Sangju Sangmu vs Jeju United
Pohang Steelers vs Suwon Samsung Bluewings
FC Seoul vs Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors
FC Anyang vs Gwangju FC
Ansan Greeners vs Seongnam FC
Busan IPark vs Suwon FC


Entry Form



Enter your selection for the weekend's fixtures using the form below before Friday 18th May 14:00 KST.  If you have are having trouble entering your details, you can click here to view a more mobile friendly version.


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