LONDON, England - Park Ji-sung signed a two-year contract with Queen's Park Rangers yesterday, ending his seven year stint during which time he made 203 appearances and scored 27 goals, winning four Premier League titles and the Champions League in 2008.

''I know QPR want to improve and I want to help them reach the next level,'' said Park. ''There were other offers but money is not important.''

Park was hoping for more playing time after falling out of Alex Ferguson's rotation in 2011.


Park Ji-sung Leaves United, Joins QPR


LONDON, England – Park Ji-sung signed a two-year contract with Queen's Park Rangers yesterday, ending his seven year stint during which time he made 203 appearances and scored 27 goals, winning four Premier League titles and the Champions League in 2008.

''I know QPR want to improve and I want to help them reach the next level,'' said Park. ''There were other offers but money is not important.''

Park was hoping for more playing time after falling out of Alex Ferguson's rotation in 2011.


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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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