Arsenal's Park Chu-Young, whose loan with Watford doesn’t expire until June 30, started for South Korea in their 1-1 World Cup draw with Russia

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Arsenal loanee Park Chu-Young, whose loan with Watford doesn’t expire until June 30, started for South Korea in their 1-1 draw with Russia in World Cup Group H yesterday.

The striker played 55 minutes for his country before being replaced by Lee Keun-ho, who went on to score Korea’s equaliser.

Park joined the Hornets on January 31 and made only two appearances for the club, the last of which came on February 22.

A foot injury saw Park return to Korea in April but, despite his lack of first-team football, he was selected for South Korea's 23-man squad.

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2:29pm Wed 18 Jun 14

andyandyandy says...

Who cares?
Who cares? andyandyandy
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4:21pm Wed 18 Jun 14

endean2 says...

love to know how much he earned with us!!!!
love to know how much he earned with us!!!! endean2
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10:44am Thu 19 Jun 14

Hampshire hornet says...

give us a relevant story (please) - have we kept hold of our best players ? - -these will all be done deals
give us a relevant story (please) - have we kept hold of our best players ? - -these will all be done deals Hampshire hornet
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3:46pm Thu 19 Jun 14

matey_from_brighton says...

maybe he should retire from club football to further his international career.
maybe he should retire from club football to further his international career. matey_from_brighton
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