Song Je Heon will be looking to continue Suwon's misery tomorrow for Daegu

K-league 2012 Round 22 Preview: The Halfway Point

As we look ahead at the games that are on show this weekend it is hard to believe that we are already at the halfway point of this season’s action. It has gone by so fast. The difference between 8th and 9th is starting to widen a little and could do even further this weekend … Continue reading

Eddy Bosnar will need to be at his best to stop the defensive rot at Suwon and get their first win over title rivals Jeonbuk at home for the first time in over 8 years

K-League Round 21 Preview

All games switch to being all weekend fixtures and with some very surprising results last round, it is showing how hard it can be to predict the result of the games, and any team can beat any other team on their day. Not one home team won their match in Round 20, something that was … Continue reading

Lee dong gook will look to continue Jeonbuk's fantastic run as the top scorer in the league with a win over visitors Seoul

K-League Round 20 Preview Continued (Part Two – Midweek Edition)

The second part of Round 20 shifts to the midweek with three games being played to finish off the Round 20 fixtures. With the key game in this lot being Jeonbuk vs. Seoul, there will be a lot of people watching to see what impact this clash will have on the table. This is the … Continue reading

Caique's great recent form has ssen Gyeongnam rocket up the table...will he be able to take apart the Incheon team and get Gyeongnam into the Top 8??

K-League Round 19 Preview

All the attention in Korea is around the K-League All-star vs. 2002 World Cup game next Thursday but before that there is a still a round of the K-League to get through. The action has come thick and fast in the last couple of weeks with five rounds covering 2 and a half weeks and … Continue reading

Santos (and jair) could run rampant against an understrength Busan team and get their season back on track again Wednesday night

K-League Round 18 Midweek Madness Preview

The games are coming thick and fast now with second week in a row playing a midweek game and with games coming this weekend as well fitness will be keen at this point in the season. There are no real standout games this round but as always, teams will be chasing the points and trying … Continue reading

Dejan and Molina will need to start scoring if Seoul are to get up over Ulsan comfortably in Round 17

K-League Round 17 preview

Some surprising results last round sees the battle at the top tighten up with only 1 point separating 1st from 3rd. That all important 8th spot is very tight as well with only 2 points separating 7th from 11th so every game is very important for all teams right now…from the top to the bottom. … Continue reading

Challengers League – The Halfway Point (Sort of)

Half way through the K3 league and its living up to its reputation of being not quite a normal league. In fact with a 25 game season then there isn’t even really a half way point, but 13 games in is as close as we are going to get so its probably a good point … Continue reading

Can Stevo keep his goal scoring heroics going and grant to Suwon a club record nine home wins in a row against Jeju on Sunday??

K-League Round 16 Preview

After the long international break we have hit the halfway point in the first stage of the K-League season. Due to a midweek round being played on Thursday (sorry for the lack of a preview) all games in Round 16 will be played on Sunday evening. The games will be coming thick in fast over … Continue reading

Eninho driving his team...Five games in a row he has scored now...can he do it against Suwon as well??

K-League Round 14 (Buddha’s Birthday) Preview

Korea celebrates a three day long weekend this weekend as the nation celebrates Buddha’s birthday on Monday. Good news for K-League watchers and followers is that this means there will be three days of K-League action spread over the long weekend. As Suwon and Seoul start to build a little buffer over the other contenders … Continue reading

Two Horses and Turning Points

Clean Air for the Top Two The riders are now well into the 2012 stage of the K-League, and after thirteen rounds there could now be two teams attempting to ride away from the peloton and off into the sunset. Suwon and FC Seoul both enjoyed 2-1 successes at the weekend and have now opened up a … Continue reading