South Korea squad against Greece in World Cup Group B

18:54, June 12, 2010      

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Following is the South Korea squad against Greece in 2010 FIFA World Cup Group B here on Saturday:

Goalkeepers: 1-Lee Woon Jae, 18-Jung Sung Ryong, 21-Kim Young Kwang

Defenders: 2-Oh Beom Seok, 3-Kim Hyung Il, 4-Cho Yong Hyung, 12-Lee Young Pyo, 14-Lee Jung Soo, 15-Kim Dong Jin, 22-Cha Du Ri, 23-Kang Min Soo

Midfielders: 5-Kim Nam Il, 5-Kim Bo Kyung, 7-Park Ji Sung, 8-Kim Jung Woo, 13-Kim Jae Sung, 16-Ki Sung Yueng, 17-Lee Chung Yong, 19-Yeom Ki Hun

Forwards: 9-Ahn Jung Hwan, 10-Park Chu Young, 11-Lee Seung Yeoul, 20-Lee Dong Gook

Coach: Huh Jung Moo

Source: Xinhua


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