2018 Schedule

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2018 Schedule
4th in FIFA World Cup
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15dBen Pearce, Tottenham blogger

Spurs strike deal to let Son play for South Korea

Heung-Min Son admits he has mixed feelings about leaving his Tottenham teammates to take part in the Asian Games at the start of the season.

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16dBen Pearce, Tottenham blogger

Son apologises ahead of Asian Games exit

Heung-Min Son admits he has mixed feelings about leaving his Tottenham teammates to take part in the Asian Games at the start of the season.

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31dJohn Duerden, Asia correspondent

Spurs could lose Son to Asian Games with Korea

South Korea have named Tottenham forward Son Heung-Min in their squad for the 2018 Asian Games to be held in Indonesia from Aug. 14 to Sept. 1.

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38dJohn Duerden, Asia correspondent

South Korea warn against LVG, AVB rumours

The KFA announced that it is looking at a list of fewer than ten possible replacements for Shin Tae-yong should they not offer him a new deal.

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39dJohn Duerden

AFC teams exit Russia, look to January's Asian Cup

John Duerden takes a look at lessons all the AFC nations learned from the 2018 World Cup and what needs to be done in the coming weeks and months.

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44dReuters

South Korea 'egg throwers' won't face action

After their return from Russia, a section of unhappy supporters threw eggs at the players - despite the heroic 2-0 win over holders Germany

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48dReuters

Ki Sung-Yueng seals move to Newcastle

Newcastle United have signed South Korean former Swansea City midfielder Ki Sung-yueng on a two-year-deal, the Premier League club said on Friday.

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48dJohn Duerden

Eggs thrown at South Korea on World Cup return

Despite the 2-0 win over Germany changing the perception after back-to-back defeats against Sweden and Mexico, some fans were still not happy.

Matchday 14: German despair, Swedish delight & Brazil advance (0:58)
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50dTom Marshall

Mexicans celebrate Koreans after getting help

Mexico fans inside and out of Ekaterinburg Arena chanted "Korea, Korea" as the Asian side defeated Germany 2-0 to send El Tri to the Round of 16.

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54dReuters

South Korea 'shaken' after conceding penalty

South Korea coach Shin Tae-yong admitted his defence had been shaken during their 2-1 World Cup Group F loss to Mexico on Saturday.

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54dReuters

South Korea's 24 fouls anger Mexico's Osorio

Mexico coach Juan Carlos Osorio urged action against repetitive fouling after his team was on the receiving end of 24 fouls in their 2-1 win over So

RankingsFIFA World Cup

Goal Difference0Tied-12th
Goals Scored3Tied-17th
Assists2Tied-17th
Goals Conceded3Tied-4th