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United - Park off to Great Start!

Ji-Sung Park captained South Korea in their opening Group B game against Greece and gave his nation the perfect start to 2010.

Ji-Sung Park scored the crucial second goal to give South Korea a great opportunity to progress to the next round in a group that also contains Argentina and Nigeria.

However, this could be the last World Cup that Park participates in with the Manchester United player doubting that the continual travel qualifying involves is taking it`s toll on his body.

This is what he had to say to the media,

"I haven`t made a firm decision."

"But it`s very hard to travel from continent to continent. From having gone through the process enough, I can foresee my body not being able to handle it by then."


What better way to say cheerio to international football than by helping his side through to the knockout stages!

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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Saturday June 12 2010
Time: 2:23PM

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I thought the lad took his goal really well!
merlin
12/06/2010 14:26:00
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He showed his experience with United had done him some good.
SFC Forever
12/06/2010 21:49:00
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He truelly is a good player.
TheFamousNo7
13/06/2010 00:44:00
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I hope he continues to do well for his country
khoder
13/06/2010 06:48:00
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Oh he is fantastic for Utd how well we have nurtured him. If he hadn't played for Utd he wouldn't have scored that wonderful goal. Are these the same supporters who said a few months ago that he was not good enough to wear the shirt.
Only-Sleggin
13/06/2010 16:20:00
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Only-Sleggin, yeah? you hear that coming out of your A***? Like everything else you try to pass off as an opinion.
elvido
14/06/2010 17:21:00
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