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World Cup: Korea Republic

Soccer-Son's Spurs run-out boosts South Korea's World Cup hopes

South Korea's hopes of qualifying for the 2018 World Cup have received a huge boost after talismanic forward Son Heung-min made a surprise appearance for English Premier League side Tottenham Hotspur..
DNA

Son, Ki recalled for South Korea's crucial qualifying games

SEOUL, South Korea (AP) South Korea has called up English Premier League stars Son Heung-min and Ki Sung-yeung for vital 2018 World Cup qualifiers against Iran and Uzbekistan.
FOX Sports

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News video: New South Korea coach targets World Cup qualification

New South Korea coach targets World Cup qualification 00:38

Shin Tae-yong says victory against Iran in August is crucial if South Korea are to qualify for the World Cup.
Source: Reuters - Sports -

News video: South Korea wants North Korea to host some 2018 Winter Olympics events

South Korea wants North Korea to host some 2018 Winter Olympics events 00:47

South Korea and the city of Pyeonchang are set to host the 2018 Winter Olympics but they may want some help. According to a report by The Guardian, South Korea is attempting to see if North Korea can..
Source: Wibbitz Studio -

 

Soccer-Captain Ki set for South Korea call-up despite knee injury

South Korea coach Shin Tae-yong has said he will name captain Ki Sung-yueng and Son Heung-min in his squad next week for the crunch World Cup qualifiers against Iran and Uzbekistan despite their..
DNA

Anitha leads India into semis

Top contenders Australia, Japan and China along with South Korea made their way into the semifinals of the FIBA Women's Asia Cup and qualified for the 2018 Women's World Cup in Spain. In the..
Deccan Herald

What ever happened to Byron Moreno? The heroin-smuggling worst referee in history

what ever happened to byron moreno? the heroin-smuggling worst referee in history
After his infamous handling of Italy's 2002 World Cup loss to South Korea, the Ecuadorian's life spiralled out of control and he ended up in jail
Goal.com

INTERVIEW-Soccer-Norwegian Andersen aiming to take N. Korea back to World Cup

Joern Andersen had long harboured hopes of coaching in Asia, but the former Norway international never imagined he would one day end up working in one of the world's most secretive nations.
DNA


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