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Jong Tae-Se: vi racconto la mia Corea del Nord

Pubblichiamo in esclusiva per l’Italia l’intervista del brasiliano Lenan Cunha, gestore della pagina “Futebol na Coreia do Norte”, a Jong Tae-Se, l’ex attaccante della nazionale Chollima. Nell’intervista Tae-Se smentisce alcune falsità messe in giro sul suo nome e ricostruisce il suo rapporto con la nazionale di Pyongyang.

http://www.opinione-pubblica.com/2015/09/23/jong-tae-se-vi-racconto-la-mia-corea-del-nord/

An Byong-Jun al JEF United Chiba

L’attaccante 25enne Zainichi An Byong-Jun passa in prestito dal Kawasaki Frontale al JEF United Chiba, squadra di JLeague2.

Il prestito è valido dall’8 luglio 2015 fino al 31 gennaio 2016.

 

 

Trasferimento anche per l’ex nazionale Jong Tae-Se, che ritorna in Giappone dopo l’esperienza sudcoreana con i Samsung Bluewings. Vestirà la maglia del Shimizu SPulse.

Due parole sul “caso Jong Tae-Se”

Nel febbraio del 2013 l’AFC confermò che Jong Tae-Se poteve godere di tutti i diritti di un cittadino sudcoreano nelle competizioni nazionali (KLeague) e internazionali (AFC Champions League). La scelta di ottenere quindi la “terza” cittadinanza calcistica (oltre a quella giapponese, di nascita, e nordcoreana, di eleggibilità) ha avuto come conseguenza l’esclusione di Jong Tae-Se dalla possibilità di essere convocato per la nazionale di Pyongyang: non una questione regolamentare (per la FIFA è comunque un calciatore nordcoreano), ma una questione politica. Non è amissibile, per Pyongyang, reclamare diritti di cittadinanza sia a nord che a sud.

La scelta di giocare al Sud invece non era considerata escludente: già An Yong-Hak giocò al Sud (Busan I’Park, tra il 2006 e il 2007) mentre era continuativamente convocato in nazionale.

In linea con quanto deciso da Pyongyang, il nostro blog cesserà di considerare Jong Tae-Se un giocatore Chollima, non rinnegando nulla del passato calcistico di Jong con la nazionale.

Un po di gol dei nostri Zainichi

Kawasaki Frontale – Tokushima Vortis 4-0
Gol di An Byong-Jun al 5′ (1-0) @0:10

Tokushima Vortis – Albirex Niigata 1-2
Gol di Ri Yong-Jik all’89 (1-2) @ 2:12

Cerezo Osaka – Vegalta Sendai 0-1
Gol di Ryang Yong-Gi all’83’ (0-1) @

Vegalta Sendai – Omiya Ardia 2-2
Gol di Ryang Yong-Gi al 5′ (1-0) @0:03

Suwon Samsung Bluewings – Seognam 2-1
Gol di Jong Tae-Se all’80’ (2-1)@0:10

Footballer Jong Tae-se Probed for Supporting N.Korea

Footballer Jong Tae-se Probed for Supporting N.Korea

Prosecutors are investigating a complaint filed by the Korea Internet Media Association against footballer Jong Tae-se of the Suwon Samsung Bluewings.
The association, which is headed by rightwing pundit Byun Hee-jae, accuses Jong of violating the decades-old National Security Law by voicing support for North Korea, for which he played in the last World Cup.

The Suwon prosecutors’ office said it has to investigate since it received an official complaint.

The association is upset by remarks Jong made in interviews with the foreign press in the past such as, “I respect [ex-North Korean leader] Kim Jong-il and I trust and follow him,” and “My fatherland is North Korea.”

Jong, who is second-generation Korean-Japanese, holds South Korean citizenship because his father does but went to schools in Japan run by a pro-North Korean organization called Chongryon.

He joined the North Korean national football team in 2007 and played for the country in the 2010 World Cup in South Africa. At the time, Jong earned permission to represent North Korea despite his South Korean citizenship thanks to mediation by FIFA and was also given a North Korean passport.

This fact emerged while Jong was signing his contract with Samsung Bluewings early this year, and some football fans campaigned to have Jong banned from playing in the South Korean league.

 
http://english.chosun.com/site/data/html_dir/2013/06/21/2013062101559.html

Jong’s All-Star ranking slips after ideological flap

Jong’s All-Star ranking slips after ideological flap

 

Jong Tae-se saw his ranking slip from the leading position of the All-Star vote of the South Korean football league after the North Korean national team striker was embroiled in an ideological controversy for a remark that he made before coming to the South.

Jong was leading among the strikers in the K-League All-Star Vote that started on Thursday, before the Internet forum Ilbe, whose politically conservative views raised eyebrows of some over a variety of social issues, hurled a barb at the 29-year-old striker.

The online community took issue with a 2010 interview with an Australian media outlet in which Jong said, “I respect Kim Jong-il absolutely,” referring to the North Korean leader who died in December 2011.

“Does that make sense a ppalgaengi (a derogatory term for communists) that belongs to the North Korean national team plays in the All-Star game in South Korea? We should take action immediately to drag down his ranking,” one of the remarks posted on the Ilbe’s Web site said.

South Korea’s National Security Law provides a legal basis for punishing those in the South who make pro-North Korean remarks. The two Koreas are technically at war against each other as the 1950-53 Korean War ended not in a peace treaty, but in a cease-fire.

After the controversy arose, Jong expressed regret about it by posting a news article about it on his SNS site Thursday. Then, the Ilbe members responded by claiming that he should be kicked out of the K-League.

His All-Star vote took a dip, and as of yesterday, he was in third place after Lee Dong-gook of Jeonbuk Motors and Dejan Damjanovic of FC Seoul. Only two strikers will be voted into the All-Star Game.

Jong, who was born in Japan, has played for the North Korean national team since 2008. He joined the K-League early this year by signing with the Suwon Bluewings.

“The fact that Jong Tae-se played on the North Korean national team might be a provocative career to some,” a South Korean football commentator said. “But it does not make sense to have antipathy against Jong Tae-se, who was born and raised in Japan, just for that fact.”

Jong is a third-generation Jainich, or an ethnic Korean based in Japan. He was born with South Korean nationality, which he inherited from his grandfather, who was born in Euiseong, North Gyeongsang. But, he did not register as a foreigner.

Knowing the sensitivity, he has avoided mentioning his political views. He said in a South Korean media interview that he finds his identity in Janichi, not from either the South or the North Korea.

Some in the local football community are concerned that if Jong received any disadvantage, it could be seen in the international community as a political intervention in the South Korean football after Park Jong-woo’s case.

“As we can see in the happening of Dokdo ceremony by Park Jong-woo, the International Olympic Committee or the FIFA are against political conviction being involved in sports,” said a person in the local football community, speaking on the condition of anonymity.

By Song Ji-hoon [[email protected]]

 

Coreani all’estero

Tripletta per Jong Tae-Se contro il Deajeon Citizen (vittoria per 4-1)

Doppia sfida tra Wil Fc (Cha Jong-Hyok) e Bellinzona AC (Pak Kwang Ryong) che sorride al Bellinzona: fragoroso 8-0 prima (con Pak in panchina) e vittoria per 3-2 nella seconda, Pak è entrato al 67′ ed è andato in rete per il momentaneo 3-1. Cha in campo in entrambe le partite.

 http://sport.rsi.ch/home/channels/sport/sport_on_line/2013/04/22–Bellinzona-pi-forte-di-tutte-le

Giornate tragiche però a Bellinzona visto il sempre più imminente fallimento della società. Ormai si contano i giorni e ogni partita è in dubbio. Quello di Pak potrebbe essere l’ultimo gol segnato dall’Ac Bellinzona.

Pak Nam-Chol e Ri Kwang-Chon titolari nella vittoria del Muanghtong FC contro il Pattaya United, 1-0.

In rete anche Kim Seng-Yong, nel 4-0 del Nakhon Ratchasima contro il Chachoengsao nella Coppa di Tailandia. Il Zainichi ha segnato il gol del 3-0.

Nel Singhtarua FC gioca titolare Ri Myong-Jun nella vittoria per 2-1 contro il Siam Navy.

http://www.singhtaruafc.blogspot.co.uk/2013/04/yamaha-league-singhtarua-2-1-siam-navy.html

Choe Kum-Chol titolare e autore di un assist nella vittoria del Nakhon Nayok per 2-0 contro il Royal Thai Army.

http://sstv.siamsport.co.th/clipvdo.asp?id=00039532

Rim Chol-Min entra al 46′ nella sconfitta del SC Brühl per 4-0 contro il FC Schaffhausen.

2013 AFC Champions League: i coreani in campo

Saranno ben 6 i calciatori della RPDC impegnati nella prossima Champions League asiatica, suddivisi in 4 squadre.

Negl gruppo E troviamo il Vegalta Sendai di Ryang Yong-Gi, oltre all’FC Seoul, il Jiangsu Sainty e la vincente tra Buriram United e Brisbane Roar.

Girone di ferro il gruppo F per il Muangthong United, di Ri Kwang-Chon, Pak Nam-Chol e Choe Kum-Chol (possibile un prestito per quest’ultimo), con Guangzhou Evergrande, Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors e Urawa Red Diamonds.

Derby nel girone H tra Kashiwa Reysol, con An Yong-Hak in campo, e Suwon Samsung Bluewings, con Jong Tae-Se, oltre a Central Coast Mariners e Guizhou Renhe.

La fase a gironi si giocherà in queste date:
Matchday 1 26–27 febbraio 2013
Matchday 2 12–13 marzo 2013
Matchday 3 2–3 aprile 2013
Matchday 4 9–10 aprile 2013
Matchday 5 23–24 aprile 2013
Matchday 6 30 aprile –1 maggio 2013