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Convocazioni Mondiali Under-20

1 OM Jin Song 16/01/1991 GK Kigwancha (PRK) 185
2 KIM Song Hak 07/09/1991 DF Pyongyang City (PRK) 178
3 JANG Song Hyok 18/01/1991 DF Rimyongsu (PRK) 177
4 NAM Chol Hyon 16/08/1991 MF Sobaeksu (PRK) 181
5 RI Hyong Mu 04/11/1991 DF Sobaeksu (PRK) 180
6 RI Il Jin 20/08/1993 MF Sobaeksu (PRK) 178
7 PAK Song Chol 20/03/1991 FW April 25 (PRK) 170
8 RI Hyon Song 23/12/1992 MF Ryongnamsan (PRK) 174
9 MUN Hyok 16/11/1993 FW Sobaeksu (PRK) 176
10 JONG Il Gwan 30/10/1992 FW Rimyongsu (PRK) 175
11 KIM Ju Song 15/10/1993 FW April 25 (PRK) 179
12 RI Hyong Jin 19/07/1993 MF April 25 (PRK) 179
13 KANG Won Myong 02/07/1991 MF Rimyongsu (PRK) 175
14 JANG Kuk Chol 16/02/1994 MF Rimyongsu (PRK) 183
15 RI Yong Chol 08/01/1991 DF Kyonggongop (PRK) 189
16 HAN Song Hyok 04/08/1993 MF April 25 (PRK) 172
17 RI Hyok Chol 02/09/1992 MF Rimyongsu (PRK) 177
18 HAN Song Hwan 02/03/1993 GK Amrokgang (PRK) 181
19 KYE Song Hyok 12/11/1992 FW April 25 (PRK) 173
20 KANG Il Nam 23/11/1994 DF April 25 (PRK) 178
21 KIM Chol Nam 02/01/1991 GK April 25 (PRK) 192

Coach: JO Tong Sop (PRK)

Anniversario: 19 luglio 1966, Middlesbrough, Italia – Corea 0 – 1

«Ma la storia per i giovani atleti coreani è ancora da scrivere: 19 luglio 1966, il palcoscenico è ormai alla periferia di Pyongyang: l’Ayresome Park è tutto per i “Chollima boys”»
Tratto da Dai Ridolini al pianto di Jong. 55 anni di calcio nella Repubblica Democratica Popolare di Corea, libro di prossima uscita.


Esordio per Pak

Esordio in campionato per Pak Kwang Ryong nel pareggio 1-1 tra il suo Basilea e gli Young Boys, nella prima giornata dell'Axpo Super League, la prima divisione svizzera.
Pak è entrato all'86esimo al posto di Yapi.

Das Telegramm:

BSC Young Boys–FC Basel 1:1 (0:0)
Stade de Suisse. – 31‘120 Zuschauer (ausverkauft). – SR Stephan Studer (Grand-Lucy).
Tore: 50. Zoua 0:1 (Frei). 56. Mayuka 1:1 (Degen).

Young Boys: Wölfli; Sutter, Nef, Veskovac, Spycher; Degen, Silberbauer, Farnerud, Nuzzolo (59. Costanzo); Ben Khalifa (85. Doubai), Mayuka.

FC Basel: Sommer; Steinhöfer, Kovac, Dragovic, Voser; Tembo (62. Shaqiri), Huggel, Yapi (86. Pak), Zoua (78. Fabian Frei); Alex Frei, Streller.

Bemerkungen: YB ohne Schneuwly (gesperrt), Bienvenu, Lecjaks, Lingani (alle verletzt), Mveng, Alioski, Tosetti, Mvogo (U21). FCB ohne Park, Chippferfield, Stocker, Kusunga und Granit Xhaka (alle verletzt). – Verwarnungen: 29. Nef (Foul). 65. Voser (Foul). 75. Dragovic (Foul). – Pfostenschuss Farnerud (17.).




19 luglio 1966 RPDC – Italia 1-0
(commento in inglese, DVX)

23 luglio 1966 RPDC – Portogallo 3-5
(commento in italiano, DVD)

15 giugno 2010 RPDC – Brasile 1-2
(commento in inglese, DVX)



Il Basilea vince la UhrenCup grazie ad un gol di Pak Kwang-Ryong

La rete di Pak Kwang-Ryong al 53esimo apre le danze della sfida decisiva nella Uhrencup tra Basel FC e West Ham United.

Il coreano ha realizzato con un colpo di testa, dopo un cross dalla sinistra di Paiva. La partita è decisa da un rigore di Yapi all'ultimo minuto.

Das Telegramm:

FC Basel–West Ham United 2:1 (0:0)
Im Brühl, Grenchen. – 3000 Zuschauer. – SR Cyril Zimmermann (Münsingen).
Tore: 53. Pak 1:0 (Paiva). 75. Stanislas 1:1 (Foulpenalty). 91. Yapi 2:1 (Foulpenalty).

FC Basel: Colomba (46. Herzog); Taulant Xhaka, Abraham, Ajeti, Voser (80. Buess); Shaqiri (65. Schürpf), Cabral, Granit Xhaka (76. Yapi), Wieser (46. Luan Paiva); Fabian Frei, Pak.

West Ham: Stech; Spence (46. Faubert), Tomkins, Reid (46. Faye; 80. Cole), Ilunga (60. Brown); Sears (46. Montano), O’Brien (46. Boa Morte), Nolan (46. Lee), Stanislas; Hall, Piquionne.

Bemerkungen: FCB ohne Chipperfield, Stocker und Kusunga (alle verletzt). – Verwarnung: 16. O’Brien (Foul).



Calcio femminile: girone finale del torneo pre-olimpico

Sorteggiate le date del girone finale:

Tutti i match si giocano a Jinan, Shandong, Cina.

1 settembre RPDC – Australia
3 settembre Cina – RPDC
5 settembre Sud Corea – RPDC
8 settembre Giappone – RPDC
11 settembre Thailandia – RPDC

qualificate le prime due del girone.

RPD Corea – Colombia 0-0

Pareggio a reti bianche nell'ultima sfida del girone C dei Mondiali femminili.


Goalless send-off for Korea DPR and Colombia

Goalless send-off for Korea DPR and Colombia

Thirty-three shots were registered in Bochum, but not one managed to ripple the back of the net, meaning Korea DPR and Colombia will return home from the FIFA Women's World Cup Germany 2011™ having failed to score. The North Koreans can at least take atomic consolation from the fact they finished Group C second-bottom, above their opponents due to a marginally superior goal difference.

Colombia took the game to their opponents from the outset, with Orianica Velasquez atttempting three shots in the opening six minutes, all of which came to nothing. Yulieht Dominguez was next to try her luck for the South Americans, but her goal-bound strike was admirably pushed out for a corner by the stretching Hong Myong Hui.

Korea DPR's first chance came on 19 minutes when they won a free-kick in a dangerous position, but Ho Un Byol's effort went comfortably over the bar. It did spark the Asians into life, however, and they dominated possession thereafter, albeit without threatening to break the deadlock.

That was until they had a glaring opportunity seven minutes before half-time. Kim Un Ju skipped past two adversaries and teed up Jo Yun Mi, but the captain somehow dragged her shot wide. The last chance of the period fell to Colombia, though, with Velasquez's fizzing drive flashing narrowly wide of Hong's right-hand post.

The same player had the first effort following the restart, but it failed to trouble to Korea DPR No1, who did well to sprint from her line and deny Daniela Montoya a run on goal on 62 minutes. The Colombians looked hungry, and Velasquez's piledriver from distance forced Hong into a smart catch.

A number of wayward shots ensued before Korea DPR missed two great chances to take the lead in the closing minutes. First, Jo's effort was masterfully saved by Sandra Sepulveda, before the No10 flashed her header wide from Ri Ye Gyong's fine cross.

The lively Velasquez had the final two shots of the contest, but both went wide. Soon after, the final whistle sounded to confirm a result which pleased neither team.

Player of the match: Orianica Velasquez (Colombia)

Pride at stake for DPR Korea

Pride at stake for DPR Korea

Bochum: DPR Korea will be playing for pride when they meet Colombia in their final group game of the FIFA Women's World Cup on Wednesday.

The East Asians have already crashed out of the tournament following defeats at the hands of USA (2-0) and Sweden (1-0).

The eighth-ranked Koreans have had a disappointing tournament after reaching the quarter-finals for the first time four years ago, and also want a result in their first meeting with the 31st-ranked Colombians.

Korean coach Kim Kwang Min had initially blamed the effects of being struck by lightning at a pre-tournament training camp on his players' failure to win.

"This team is very young and they are inexperienced in such a competition as this," said the Korean coach.

"However, this World Cup will have taught them a lot of lessons. In four years time they will be stronger."

The United States and Sweden are already through to the quarter-finals unbeaten. The USA beat Colombia 3-0 and North Korea 2-0 as Sweden squeezed past the same teams with 1-0 wins.

They play each other for top spot group supremacy in Wolfsburg on Wednesday.