Park Ji Sung Stop in Figures 100

Saturday, January 29, 2011

Futsals.Blogspot.Com Doha - The devotion Park Ji-Sung as the South Korean national team member ends. After grabbing third place in the 2011 Asian Cup, Manchester United star announced his retirement.

Park Pension Plan had he announced his own since late last year. And as expressed at the time, the 2011 Asian Cup will be the last tournament in which he wore a uniform Taegeuk.

Park decided to retire after he collected a total of 100 caps, with the last match against Japan in the semi-finals three days ago. 29 years old footballer, who also serves on the national team captain was sidelined in the race for third place.

"Park and Young-pyo retirement today. I want to say if they've done a fantastic job. I love them both," said coach Cho Kwang-rae was quoted as saying by AFP.

Park began his career national team since she was 19 years as a defensive midfielder. Laga premiere was at the 2000 Olympics qualifier, where he was then in the squad to go to Sydney.

Name Park is getting to be subscription-trained South Korean national team after Guus Hiddink, with his new position as the winger was given. Since then the Park shows his ability to play almost any midfield position.

Several major tournament has ever followed the former PSV Eindhoven player together with South Korea is the World Cup 2002, 2006 and 2010 and the 2011 Asian Cup. For about 11 years for his country he scored 13 goals from 100 appearances.

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