Park appeared in the “change in football 50”

April 20, 2011 at 3:04 am | Posted in sports | 2 Comments

Manchester United’s Park Ji-sung was selected in the “50 people changing the football”, there are Diego Maradona, Garrincha, Pele, Cruyff, Franz Beckenbauer and other past football heroes and Messi, C · Lo so many good active players. And many big-name soccer star Park Ji-Sung has been evaluated with the selected as “Asia’s best football player in history, he re-interpretation of the” unsung heroes of the definition “.” Be selected for the Asian circle “change Football 50” Players of Zhengda Shi (North Korea) and Ali Daei (Iran).

In addition, “bleacher report” also selected the “1990 years after the 50 most outstanding striker,” Pohang coach Hwang Sun-hong’s name was selected in this list. The 50 most outstanding striker is arranged by place successively, Hwang Sun-hong ranked No. 19. “Bleacher report” coach Huang introduced the “2002 World Cup in South Korea into the match against Poland’s goal against Nepal in 1994 into the 8-ball.”

On the other hand, in 2004 ushered in the 100th anniversary of FIFA, when Bailey was elected the “most existing players in the 100 football players”, and Hong Myung-bo’s name to the list. Suwon coach Cha Bum-Kun before the 1999 World Soccer has also selected (World Soccer) named the “impact of the 20th century, football 100.”



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