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Topic - Hong Myong-Bo
With plenty of European-based talent, South Korea has players with top-level experience and the quality to makes things happen on the field.
Hong Myong-bo is already regarded as one of Asia's greatest players. If the 45-year-old former South Korea captain can guide his national team to the knockout stage of the World Cup, it will be a significant step to becoming one of the continent's best ever coaches, too.
"Personally I have no major worries," Hong said of his first venture as coach at a World Cup. "These days, we play on the world stage without any fear of the opposition. I don't really have a personal target as to how far we progress. It is more important that we perform as we are able and progress as far as we can."
SEOUL (AP) — South Korea football coach Hong Myong-bo said he's planning to lobby former Manchester United star Park Ji-sung to return to the national team to play in this year's World Cup, Korean media reported Wednesday.