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Ki's dad reveals the story behind Swansea's loaning out Ki and not getting him back.

http://sports.news.naver.com/sports...&mod=read&office_id=139&article_id=0002013617


Ki had joined Swansea side last summer and this season he was loaned out to Sunderland for one full season. Ki feels that he is considered to be playing an important part to get Sunderland going based on Poyet's firm support towards him. However, Swansea is struggling unlike the last season, as they struggle to organise the team spirit as one, and due to unexpected late injuries of their first team players. Young-Oak Ki(Ki's dad) who is in charge of Korean football association of Gwangju city. reveals that Laudrup has mistakenly abandoned Ki for ridiculous speculations of his own. "Many think that Laudrup is the one who sent Ki away to Sunderland, but it is definitely not the case" says Young-Oak Ki "The contract made by both Ki and Swansea includes a clause that the player will be guaranteed to play the least 20 games as a starter which Ki himself wanted and included." "The Chelsea game was his 20th game playing as a starter, and this is the game he resulted in heavy injury on his thigh. Ki told Laudrup that he would like to treat his injury in the Korean National Medical Centre as he precisely judged the facilities there are much better than those in the club medical centre." "Ki added that he is convinced that the medical system would help him recover more efficiently as the national football team doctor of South Korea advised him that way." "However, Laudrup mistakenly believed that Ki was trying to make a lame excuse after his 20th game of him being starter so as to slack off as much as he can. That inconsiderate thought of Laudrup led him to disliking Ki." "Laudrup then approved Ki of his suggestion and let him go get treated in Korea. And Ki believed Laudrup fully understood what he told him and took it to his heart with gratitude" "When Ki came back, Laudrup brought in new players at his position and started ignoring him and excluding him from game to game. and this continued for a while." "Ki realised something was wrong, and he asked Laudrup why he can't play as a regular starter. Laudrup said to Ki that he isn't trustworthy as a professional footballer and avoided Ki in any direct conversations." "When Swansea tested out players' stamina, Ki was rated the 4th of the whole first team squad, yet Laudrup kept making excuses that he is not fully ready or Ki has to win his position by sheer competition." "Ki outran those competitors in the training yet, Laudrup didn't give him a glance." "The reason why Swansea didn't get Ki back was due to Laudrup's own objection toward the plan, yet the club unlike Laudrup, wants to keep Ki in a long run." "Swansea offered an extension in Ki's contract with better clauses but Ki was obviously worried about Laudrup's dislike of him. So Ki is being cautious"
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Official interview done with Ki's dad



Source : swansea fan forum
 
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Ki's dad reveals the story behind Swansea's loaning out Ki and not getting him back.

http://sports.news.naver.com/sports...&mod=read&office_id=139&article_id=0002013617


Ki had joined Swansea side last summer and this season he was loaned out to Sunderland for one full season. Ki feels that he is considered to be playing an important part to get Sunderland going based on Poyet's firm support towards him. However, Swansea is struggling unlike the last season, as they struggle to organise the team spirit as one, and due to unexpected late injuries of their first team players. Young-Oak Ki(Ki's dad) who is in charge of Korean football association of Gwangju city. reveals that Laudrup has mistakenly abandoned Ki for ridiculous speculations of his own. "Many think that Laudrup is the one who sent Ki away to Sunderland, but it is definitely not the case" says Young-Oak Ki "The contract made by both Ki and Swansea includes a clause that the player will be guaranteed to play the least 20 games as a starter which Ki himself wanted and included." "The Chelsea game was his 20th game playing as a starter, and this is the game he resulted in heavy injury on his thigh. Ki told Laudrup that he would like to treat his injury in the Korean National Medical Centre as he precisely judged the facilities there are much better than those in the club medical centre." "Ki added that he is convinced that the medical system would help him recover more efficiently as the national football team doctor of South Korea advised him that way." "However, Laudrup mistakenly believed that Ki was trying to make a lame excuse after his 20th game of him being starter so as to slack off as much as he can. That inconsiderate thought of Laudrup led him to disliking Ki." "Laudrup then approved Ki of his suggestion and let him go get treated in Korea. And Ki believed Laudrup fully understood what he told him and took it to his heart with gratitude" "When Ki came back, Laudrup brought in new players at his position and started ignoring him and excluding him from game to game. and this continued for a while." "Ki realised something was wrong, and he asked Laudrup why he can't play as a regular starter. Laudrup said to Ki that he isn't trustworthy as a professional footballer and avoided Ki in any direct conversations." "When Swansea tested out players' stamina, Ki was rated the 4th of the whole first team squad, yet Laudrup kept making excuses that he is not fully ready or Ki has to win his position by sheer competition." "Ki outran those competitors in the training yet, Laudrup didn't give him a glance." "The reason why Swansea didn't get Ki back was due to Laudrup's own objection toward the plan, yet the club unlike Laudrup, wants to keep Ki in a long run." "Swansea offered an extension in Ki's contract with better clauses but Ki was obviously worried about Laudrup's dislike of him. So Ki is being cautious"
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Official interview done with Ki's dad



Source : swansea fan forum
When laudrup picks shelvey in front of ki the blokes f***ing clueless
 
As long as he signs for us at the end of the season, I think that would be the best for all involved ;)
Just best if they just gave us ki

Always amazes me with clubs

A player not good enough to get into their team yet ask silly money for him in the transfer
Fair enough if he was a regular starter ( look at mata at Chelsea)
 

chr1s1973

Striker
Ki's dad reveals the story behind Swansea's loaning out Ki and not getting him back.

http://sports.news.naver.com/sports...&mod=read&office_id=139&article_id=0002013617


Ki had joined Swansea side last summer and this season he was loaned out to Sunderland for one full season. Ki feels that he is considered to be playing an important part to get Sunderland going based on Poyet's firm support towards him. However, Swansea is struggling unlike the last season, as they struggle to organise the team spirit as one, and due to unexpected late injuries of their first team players. Young-Oak Ki(Ki's dad) who is in charge of Korean football association of Gwangju city. reveals that Laudrup has mistakenly abandoned Ki for ridiculous speculations of his own. "Many think that Laudrup is the one who sent Ki away to Sunderland, but it is definitely not the case" says Young-Oak Ki "The contract made by both Ki and Swansea includes a clause that the player will be guaranteed to play the least 20 games as a starter which Ki himself wanted and included." "The Chelsea game was his 20th game playing as a starter, and this is the game he resulted in heavy injury on his thigh. Ki told Laudrup that he would like to treat his injury in the Korean National Medical Centre as he precisely judged the facilities there are much better than those in the club medical centre." "Ki added that he is convinced that the medical system would help him recover more efficiently as the national football team doctor of South Korea advised him that way." "However, Laudrup mistakenly believed that Ki was trying to make a lame excuse after his 20th game of him being starter so as to slack off as much as he can. That inconsiderate thought of Laudrup led him to disliking Ki." "Laudrup then approved Ki of his suggestion and let him go get treated in Korea. And Ki believed Laudrup fully understood what he told him and took it to his heart with gratitude" "When Ki came back, Laudrup brought in new players at his position and started ignoring him and excluding him from game to game. and this continued for a while." "Ki realised something was wrong, and he asked Laudrup why he can't play as a regular starter. Laudrup said to Ki that he isn't trustworthy as a professional footballer and avoided Ki in any direct conversations." "When Swansea tested out players' stamina, Ki was rated the 4th of the whole first team squad, yet Laudrup kept making excuses that he is not fully ready or Ki has to win his position by sheer competition." "Ki outran those competitors in the training yet, Laudrup didn't give him a glance." "The reason why Swansea didn't get Ki back was due to Laudrup's own objection toward the plan, yet the club unlike Laudrup, wants to keep Ki in a long run." "Swansea offered an extension in Ki's contract with better clauses but Ki was obviously worried about Laudrup's dislike of him. So Ki is being cautious"
.

Official interview done with Ki's dad



Source : swansea fan forum
We all figured as much, which is why many of us want SAFC to take this opportunity and do everything they can to sign him. This is a one-off opportunity for us (unless Swansea go down, even then it will be hard to fight off other clubs).
 

Lord Alfred

Striker
If he maintains his current form I can see him having a few options at the end of the season. I'd rather the club made every effort this window........Poyet reckons he has other priorities but personally I don't think he has any more pressing than signing the player around whom we have built our team.
 

castle view lad

Central Defender
If he maintains his current form I can see him having a few options at the end of the season. I'd rather the club made every effort this window........Poyet reckons he has other priorities but personally I don't think he has any more pressing than signing the player around whom we have built our team.
Exactly ... If he played badly , nobody wants him , if he plays well his value goes up and all the other clubs are alerted ..
 

Thurston

Winger
Ki's dad reveals the story behind Swansea's loaning out Ki and not getting him back.

http://sports.news.naver.com/sports...&mod=read&office_id=139&article_id=0002013617


Ki had joined Swansea side last summer and this season he was loaned out to Sunderland for one full season. Ki feels that he is considered to be playing an important part to get Sunderland going based on Poyet's firm support towards him. However, Swansea is struggling unlike the last season, as they struggle to organise the team spirit as one, and due to unexpected late injuries of their first team players. Young-Oak Ki(Ki's dad) who is in charge of Korean football association of Gwangju city. reveals that Laudrup has mistakenly abandoned Ki for ridiculous speculations of his own. "Many think that Laudrup is the one who sent Ki away to Sunderland, but it is definitely not the case" says Young-Oak Ki "The contract made by both Ki and Swansea includes a clause that the player will be guaranteed to play the least 20 games as a starter which Ki himself wanted and included." "The Chelsea game was his 20th game playing as a starter, and this is the game he resulted in heavy injury on his thigh. Ki told Laudrup that he would like to treat his injury in the Korean National Medical Centre as he precisely judged the facilities there are much better than those in the club medical centre." "Ki added that he is convinced that the medical system would help him recover more efficiently as the national football team doctor of South Korea advised him that way." "However, Laudrup mistakenly believed that Ki was trying to make a lame excuse after his 20th game of him being starter so as to slack off as much as he can. That inconsiderate thought of Laudrup led him to disliking Ki." "Laudrup then approved Ki of his suggestion and let him go get treated in Korea. And Ki believed Laudrup fully understood what he told him and took it to his heart with gratitude" "When Ki came back, Laudrup brought in new players at his position and started ignoring him and excluding him from game to game. and this continued for a while." "Ki realised something was wrong, and he asked Laudrup why he can't play as a regular starter. Laudrup said to Ki that he isn't trustworthy as a professional footballer and avoided Ki in any direct conversations." "When Swansea tested out players' stamina, Ki was rated the 4th of the whole first team squad, yet Laudrup kept making excuses that he is not fully ready or Ki has to win his position by sheer competition." "Ki outran those competitors in the training yet, Laudrup didn't give him a glance." "The reason why Swansea didn't get Ki back was due to Laudrup's own objection toward the plan, yet the club unlike Laudrup, wants to keep Ki in a long run." "Swansea offered an extension in Ki's contract with better clauses but Ki was obviously worried about Laudrup's dislike of him. So Ki is being cautious"
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Official interview done with Ki's dad



Source : swansea fan forum
Their loss, our gain. He was shite as the weekend mind.
 

MarcoG

Striker
They're two different players, Shelvey is an attacking midfielder and not even that bad.

A better comparison would be saying he's clueless because he picks Leon Britton instead of Ki.

Shelvey's played deep quite often this season next to de Guzman, Britton or Canas. Personally think Shelvey and Ki would be a very good partnership, Shelvey's been excellent this season.
 

darius

Winger
Their loss, our gain. He was shite as the weekend mind.
I think they closed him down because they knew play through him a lot. However that should have made space for others. Southampton passed the ball well and worked hard stopping us playing when we had it.
 
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