It has all but become accepted knowledge that South Korean captain Chu Young-Park was brought into the club from Monaco as a marketing ploy in the Far East where Arsenal are trying to establish a strong hold there as well as on the hunt for a new shirt sponsor when the deal with Fly Emirates runs out in 2014, since his signing in August Chu Young-Park himself has played in one Carling Cup game, a few minutes in an FA Cup game and just six minutes of Premier League football, hardly befitting for a national team captain or is it an indication of how good he really isn’t?
The South Korean coach Choi Kang-Hee has said on how important it is to play games for Park, and for Park who has been demoted to the reserve team now, Choi does not see that as a bad thing at the moment as long as he is getting and playing games, and what is a further blow to the 26 year old forwards credibility on the field he has also been stripped of his national captaincy due to his lack of games for a friendly against Uzbekistan on Friday, before a World Cup qualifier against Kuwait on February 29th.
South Korean boss Choi Kang-Hee has said on Park’s reserve team demotion to the reserves:
“No matter what league it is, he needs urgently to get more time on the field. I take this a positive sign in that Park is playing in reserve games to boost his form,”
Seriously we had two transfer windows to sign a credible quality striker, but all we got was a failed marketing ploy instead!
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