BUSAN, South Korea - Busan IPark midfielder Matt McKay left South Korea yesterday for Denmark to join the Socceroos for their Saturday friendly with 10th ranked Denmark at Parken Stadium in Copenhagen.

The midfielder also suffered a broken nose this week during an FA Cup match in Korea, but insisted he will play through the injury.

McKay was inadvertently elbowed during Wednesday night's FA Cup 1-0 loss to National League club Goyang Kookmin Bank, but managed to suit up and play the full 90 minutes for Busan IPark in Monday's K League match, a 0-0 draw with Chunnam Dragons.

 

Matt McKay Joins Socceroos in Denmark


BUSAN, South Korea – Busan IPark midfielder Matt McKay left South Korea yesterday for Denmark to join the Socceroos for their Saturday friendly with 10th ranked Denmark at Parken Stadium in Copenhagen.

The midfielder also suffered a broken nose this week during an FA Cup match in Korea, but insisted he will play through the injury.

McKay was inadvertently elbowed during Wednesday night's FA Cup 1-0 loss to National League club Goyang Kookmin Bank, but managed to suit up and play the full 90 minutes for Busan IPark in Monday's K League match, a 0-0 draw with Chunnam Dragons.

 

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SEOUL, South Korea -- Park Ji-sung, one of South Korea's biggest football icons, retired from the sport today at age 33, citing debilitating pain in his surgically repaired right knee. 

Park, former national team captain and the first South Korean to play in English Premier League, was the picture of composure, flashing an occasional smile as he wrapped up an illustrious career that included joining South Korea's historic run to the semifinals at the 2002 FIFA World Cup. 

Source: Busan eFM News

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