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Many people are still in shock after last week’s terrorist attacks in the U.S., but that hasn’t stopped them from helping those affected by this disaster. Donations have been pouring in to relief agencies, and the gaming industry is offering its support as well.

Many large brick-and-mortar casino companies have made sizeable donations to the relief effort over the past week. Mandalay Resort Group and Harrah’s Entertainment each donated $1 million to the families of the New York policemen and fire fighters who were killed in the attacks.

MGM Mirage made its own $1 million donation to the American Red Cross relief effort, while Pinnacle Entertainment will be donating a minimum of $500,000 to the children of victims and the Mohegan Tribe will donate $1 million to the Twin Tower fund. The fund will assist the families of those killed in the World Trade Center as well as the families of the fire and police personnel who lost their lives.

The online gambling industry has also stepped up to the plate and has contributed to the relief effort. Casino on Net has donated $50,000 on behalf of its staff and members to The September 11th Fund of United Way of New York.

Paypal, the online payment service used by many Judi Online Terpercaya casinos, is also collecting donations. To date, PayPal donations total $1.43 million; 100% of the money raised goes to the National Disaster Relief Fund of the American Red Cross.

WINNERonline has made its own donation to the American Red Cross and challenges all other online gambling portals, news sites, and online casinos to make a similar contribution to this worthy cause.

Donations can be made through Yahoo.com to any of the following relief agencies: the American Red Cross, the New York Firefighter’s Fund, and the Salvation Army. These three funds have raised more than $21 million to date and continue to grow daily.

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Colombia are the Pkv Poker Online World Cup winners, in joy at least

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Win or lose tonight in Fortaleza, Colombia have lit up the World Cup and won a legion of fans across the globe.

 

Los Cafeteros have made the game beautiful again. They play to win and win attractively, dancing in joyous celebration and reminding the football world that a billion people are watching and want to be entertained.

 

God forbid we get another World Cup Final like 2010, when one team (the Netherlands) turned up looking to foul and kick their way to the trophy.

 

Colombia counter-attacking is about the best reason to get out of one’s seat at Brazil 2014, and in the land of o jogo bonito, they have out scored and out performed the home side, whom they face today in the quarter-final.

 

Brazil v Colombia would have been a great final, but FIFA’s misguided ranking system overloaded the first half of the draw and dumped four of the six South American teams in the same quarter of the second round.

 

Argentina have been spluttering along firing mostly blanks, leaving tonight’s clash as the South American final of the World Cup pkv poker online .

 

Colombia have been on a steady upwards curve since former Albiceleste boss Jose Pekerman took over in 2012 and guided the coffee-makers to their first World Cup finals since 1998. Pekerman, who is distantly related to Hollywood legend Gregory Peck, carries himself with the same amount of dignity, refusing to get drawn into the narratives of journalists, whom he tends to shun.

 

Serious and austere he may be, a striking contrast to the singing and dancing image of Colombia, but he lets his results do the talking and is a national hero in Colombia, albeit a most reticent one. When the Cafeteros have found the net, Pekerman’s exterior has melted somewhat as he has briefly joined in with the hysteria.

 

The Colombian nation has been allowed to smile again too. It suffered greatly from the narco-war of the 1990s, which spilled overt into its football, most notably with the collapse of the much-vaunted 1994 World Cup team and subsequent assassination of Andres Escobar.

 

Colombia is still a very economically divided nation with rampant corruption and paramilitary violence spilling over into people’s lives too often. Football cannot solve these problems but can at least temporarily soothe them and give everyone a feeling of communal happiness.

 

The fact Colombia are a relative novelty at the finals created a lot of curiosity and the team have turned the global interest into admiration by winning every game with aplomb.

 

 

James Rodriguez, who also has an Argentine connection having spent two years with Banfield, is the unexpected top scorer at the World Cup so far, netting one more than the marketing men’s favourites Neymar and Lionel Messi.

 

The unfortunate injury to Falcao, who scored nine in qualifying, has let the 22 year-old Rodriguez take centre stage unexpectedly, and his exquisite goals, particularly the shimmy and deft chip against Japan and the exquisite chest to foot rocket against Uruguay, have made him the tournament’s poster boy.

 

There are also the flying wingers Andres Cuadrado and Victor Ibarbo, whose high-speed raids have been thrilling, and goals from Jackson Martinez. Carlos Sanchez is a strong midfield enforcer and Mario Yepes at the age of 38 has been solid at the back. Bringing on 43 year old Faryd Mondragon was a lovely touch, and Colombia have won millions of fans for their joyful dance routines after scoring. Football is fun again and this team is impossible to dislike.

 

All that could end in tears tonight if as widely expected, the home team respond to their fans and the ghosts of 1950. Such is life in the knockout stages.

 

Having sailed through one of the weaker groups and demolished a demoralised Uruguay, Colombia face their first real test tonight.

 

Whether Brazilian or Colombian coffee tastes the sweeter at the end, Colombia’s return to the world stage has been a fantastic one.

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Real trip up in the Situs Judi Online home straight

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Villareal qualified for next season’s Europa League by beating Elche 1-0. The Yellow Submarine were La Liga runners-up in 2008 and Champions League semi-finalists two years earlier.

 

Down at the bottom, Granada beat already relegated Situs Judi Online Cordoba 2-0 in the Andalusian derby to give them a glimmer of hope of survival.

 

Deportivo La Coruna meanwhile, claimed what might prove to have been a valuable point away to Athletic Bilbao by Alberto Lopo’s 94th minute leveller.

 

It is possible that three Andalucian sides could go down if Almeria swap places with Deportivo.

 

As it stands, Spain’s regions are represented thus in La Primera:

 

ANDALUCIA – 5 – Almeria, Cordoba, Granada, Malaga, Sevilla

BASQUE COUNTRY – 3 – Athletic Bilbao, Eibar, Real Sociedad

CATALONIA – 2 – Barcelona, Espanyol

GALICIA – 2 – Celta Vigo, Deportivo La Coruna

MADRID – 4 – Atletico Madrid, Getafe, Rayo Vallecano, Real Madrid

VALENCIA – 4 – Elche, Levante, Valencia, Villareal

 

Aragon, Asturias, Cantabria, Castille La Mancha, Castille & Leon, Extremadura and Murcia have no representation in the top flight.

 

Real Betis from Andalucia and Girona from Catalonia look set to ascend to the first division next season. The other place is currently between Las Palmas (Mallorca), Real Valladolid (Castille & Leon), Real Zaragoza (Aragon) and Sporting Gijon (Asturias).

 

PICHICHI race (goals):

 

  1. Cristiano Ronaldo 42
  2. Lionel Messi 40
  3. Antoine Griezmann 22

Neymar 22

  1. Carlos Bacca 20

 

*Football in Spain could sensationally come to a standstill this weekend however as the Spanish Football Federation (FFE) have weighed in against the government forcing a redistributive TV contract on La Liga clubs and called a halt to proceedings.

 

The Spanish League was meeting on Monday morning to discuss its course of action, with the players’ union also complaining the new collective bargaining agreement does not help second division clubs enough.

 

The directive demands a fairer share of TV money for clubs outside the big two, who up until now have taken the lion’s share.

 

The FFE’s intervention seems curious given the grotesque gap between Barcelona, Real Madrid and the others, but they obviously have sympathies for them.

 

Plus with the egregious Angel Maria “all the fish are sold” Villar in charge, any madness is possible.

 

We should know by Thursday if the strike will go ahead or not, but it is hard to see the league stopping for long with little time between now and end of the season commitments such as the Champions League and Copa del Rey conclusions.

 

*The big two were in Champions League action as well of course and their respective results only underlined Barça are having the better of this season.

 

Real kicked off on Tuesday in Turin, where they lost 2-1 to Juventus but scored a vital away goal.

Alvaro Morata grabbed a poacher’s goal in the eighth minute when he tapped in at the far post after Iker Casillas saved from a classic Carlos Tevez drive.

 

The Spanish international did not celebrate scoring against his old team, but gestured to the visiting fans who had been taunting him.

 

Juve’s marking went astray in the 27th minute however as an unchallenged Cristiano Ronaldo headed in a vital leveller. Juve were back in front ten minutes after the break when Tevez charged down the field on a breakaway only to be hacked down by Daniel Carvajal.

 

The former Man City and Man Utd man hit the penalty down the middle to dig the knife in, but Ronaldo’s goal means a 1-0 win at the Bernabeu will be enough. Yet Juve’s attacking intent and traditionally mean Italian defence means it is by no means guaranteed.

 

Karim Benzema missed out for Real, for whom the returning Gareth Bale once more did his invisible man impression.

 

Barcelona’s 3-0 win over Bayern Munich was a mirror of the scoreline two seasons ago when Jupp Heynckes men won at the Camp Nou.

 

That game, part of a 7-0 aggregate thrashing of Tito Vilanova’s side, appeared to signal the end of tiki-taka and Catalan Euro dominance.

 

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UEFA u21: Germans join England in last Situs Bandarq four

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Halmstad, Sweden – Germany booked their place in the semi-finals after drawing 1-1 with a second-string England in Halmstad this evening.

 

When Gonzalo Castro fired Germany into a fourth-minute lead, it looked like Stuart Pearce’s weakened team selection would backfire into humiliation, but England fought back and deservedly equalised through Everton’s Jack Rodwell on the half hour.

 

After Rodwell’s goal, England had other chances to bag a second, which would have sent Spain, 2-0 conquerors of Finland in Gothenburg, through instead of Situs Bandarq Germany. But as the minutes wore on in the second half, it seemed as if both teams were content to settle for a draw.

 

“I expect a big performance and to win,” said Stuart Pearce before the game, stressing his personal, painful experiences of losing to Germany as an England player, but his starting eleven showed ten changes to the team which had beaten Spain. Actions speak louder than words.

 

Inside the charming little riverside ground the Orjans Vall, German fans, chanting obscenely and belligerently, exploded flares and firecrackers before kick-off, one landing not far from England goalkeeper Scott Loach and the others fogging up the field of play. There were no visible police on show. The Swedes had expected everyone to be friends at the u21s but had not anticipated this.

 

Once the smog had lifted after four minutes, Germany saw clearly enough to snatch the lead in the game. Gonzalo Castro, a 22 year-old Spanish-German attacker from Bayer Leverkusen, outran Michael Mancienne and nutmegged Loach.

 

Germany had the lead and the psychological advantage. But as the succeeding minutes proved, they were not up to dominating their B-team opponents. Both teams slipped up and sprayed passes wildly. Then England replied.

 

Andrew Driver, who plays his club football in Scotland for Hearts, was England’s most impressive player, driving attacks from his right-wing berth in a highly-impressive debut.

 

Gardner got his head onto one of his crosses and should have scored after a quarter of an hour before he and Richard Stearman got entangled in the German box five minutes later and failed to get a shot off. Promising stuff after a horrible start.

 

Just short of the half hour, Gardner curled over a corner from the left and Jack Rodwell, Everton’s young find of the season, rose to power his header into the German net.

 

Panic over, England started to open up and play with more fluency. Germany, up against a B-team and having to avoid defeat, were pinned back and having to play on the counter, though they still posed a threat via Castro’s energy and the mesmeric dribbling of Mesut Ozil, their ace in the pack.

 

But the first half ended with the red shirts of England dominating.

 

At 1-1, neither side needed to do anything, but any suspicions of a gentlemen’s agreement had no wings, though England were clearly experimenting.

 

Three minutes short of the hour mark, Pearce replaced his lone striker Fraizer Campbell, who had worked well up front, with Theo Walcott, in another enigmatic employment of his star man. His retirement of the penetrative Driver with 20 minutes left for the defensive Kieran Gibbs was a sure sign that winning was not Pearce’s top priority tonight.

 

Germany made their first switch ten minutes later, replacing their ineffective left-winger Anis Ben-Hatira with a zippier performer Marko Marin, a pint-sized midfielder reminiscent at times of Thomas Hassler.

 

As the clock ran down so did each side’s enthusiasm for three points, Germany especially knowing only one would do. With Spain leading Finland 2-0 in Gothenburg, an England goal would eliminate the Germans, but by the end they had lost all stomach for a fight.

 

In the semi-finals, England play the Group A runners-up in Gothenburg on Friday, while Germany play the Group A winners in Helsingborg the same day.

 

Scoring:

 

GER – Castro 4′

ENG – Rodwell 29′

 

ENG- Scott Loach (Joe Lewis 45′), Andrew Taylor, Richard Steadman, Craig Gardner, Adam Johnson, Jack Rodwell, James Tomkins, Michael Mancienne, Andrew Driver (Kieran Gibbs 71′), Fraizer Campbell (Theo Walcott 57′), Danny Rose

 

GER-Manuel Neuer, Andreas Beck, Bendikt Howedes, Jerome Boateng, Patrick Ebert (Dennis Aogo 85′), Sami Khedira, Ashkan Dejagah, Mesut Ozil, Anis Ben-Hatira (Marko Marin 67′), Gonzalo Castro, Marcel Schmelzer

 

 

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It was a satisfactory six days for new South Korean coach Huh Jung-moo in the sprawling city of Chongqing. South Korea lifted the East Asian Championship trophy for the second time in three occasions. The opening day dramatic 3-2 victory over China was followed by 1-1 draws with North Korea on Wednesday and then Japan on Saturday.

 

The trophy is not a big deal but the performances of a young and inexperienced team have been encouraging. There is still much work to do but a Qiu Qiu Online number of players have emerged from the haze of the polluted megapolis with reputations and confidence enhanced.

 

Former Korea, and current Australia, coach Pim Verbeek was at the tournament to check out China. The Socceroos will be in the Middle Kingdom in March for a 2010 World Cup qualifier.

 

The Dutchman was keeping quiet on the Chinese but was happy to see some familiar, and some not so familiar, Korean faces in action. “It was good to watch Korea again and it was good to see them win,” he told me. “I was quite impressed against China – I thought that they did a good job and played well.”

 

“There were lots of young players in the team. I am happy that Park Chu-young is fit and he scored two great goals. The first goal, he showed fantastic timing to head the ball into the net…hopefully he will be fit now for a whole season.”

 

That is unlikely. The striker has already been ruled out of FC Seoul’s season opener on March 9 and will play no part in the game with LA Galaxy and David Beckham on March 1.

 

As well as Park, Yeom Ki-hoon, who was handed his national team debut by Verbeek, showed his versatility in attack. The Ulsan forward scored the goals against North Korea and Japan and is starting to look like he may fulfill his undoubted potential.

 

There is potential in the team that lifted the oversize trophy last Saturday but some of them are not yet, and perhaps never will be, good enough for international football. That is the whole point of these kinds of games however; it’s a time for testing and trying. March’s World Cup qualification game in Pyongyang will feature a very different line-up.

 

There is virtually a completely new starting eleven that Huh could call on. English-based stars such as Park Ji-sung, Lee Young-pyo and Seol Ki-hyeon will be certainties for the game. With that match due to played out in front of over 100,000 fans in the North Korean capital, Huh may go for experience. Other 2006 World Cup stars are also likely to be recalled – Lee Chun-soo of Dutch giants Feyenoord, Kim Dong-jin and Lee Ho of Russian champions Zenit St Petersburg and Kim Do-heon of West Bromich Albion.

 

Cho Jae-jin is another likely recall. The powerful striker ended his three-year stint in Japan last December and since then has spent much time in England trying to do deals with three English Premier League clubs, in order, Newcastle United, Portsmouth and Fulham.

 

All came to naught and last week the powerful striker joined Jeonju team Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors ahead of the new season that kicks off on March 8.

 

Cho Jae-jin signs for Jeonbuk

 

After three seasons and dozens of goals in Japan, Cho needs to show that he can score goals on the Korean peninsula. He struggled to do so in his first spell in the K-League prior to 2004 but a goal or two in Pyongyang at the end of March, wouldn’t go amiss.

 

 

 

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Busy week on the legal front:

On Monday, UIGEA regulations went into effect making it more difficult for US residents to deposit into online casinos. While banks have over 10 months to comply, some players are already reporting that their deposit attempts have been blocked.

 

On Tuesday, the Kentucky Appeals Court overturned the previous courts findings and ruled that internet domain names are not “gambling devices” and not subject to forfeiture. This is a positive ruling for online gambling, but the domain battle is far from over. Up next: the Kentucky Supreme Court.

 

Poker fans found reason to celebrate this week a Pennsylvania Judge found two defendants not guilty on unlicensed gambling charges for holding a house poker game when he ruled that poker is primarily a game of skill. This ruling clears the way for legal house poker games across the country, easing the minds of millions of Americans who play agen slot poker.

 

Trump Entertainment Resort Inc, Donald Trump’s casino company, is desperately trying to avoid its 4th bankruptcy since 1991. The firm has managed to negotiate a 2-week debt extension to keep lenders at bay, but with terrible revenue reports coming out of Atlantic City, it might be only a matter of time. Trump One Card members with a significant balance of points should consider cashing in and requesting some of their hard earned comps while they still can.

 

At least 3 people from Nebraska avoided falling victim to the Gambler’s Fallacy after they won by using the same numbers from the previous week. That’s right, Monday night’s “Pick 3” drawing produced the same winning numbers 2for two weeks in a row.

 

1979 WSOP Winner and Poker Hall of Fame member Amarillo Slim was beaten and robbed of $8,000 cash and a $85,000 diamond ring when he was lured into a field expecting to collect a 4×4 as collateral for a bet he had won. We hope you heal fast Slim, and normally we would feel sorry for you, but at 80 years old you might want to consider hiring some debt collectors. After all, this isn’t the first time you have been robbed.

 

UIGEA Regulations go into effect

 

UIGEA Regulations went into affect in the United States on Monday despite the serious objections and concerns voiced by financial institutions, card players, and online gambling enthusiasts. Passed in 2006, but unenforced up until this point, the regulations make it illegal for financial institutions to process online gambling transactions. Banks, credit card companies, wire transfer locations, and other financial institutions have until December 1st, 2009 to comply with the regulations.

 

The regulations, meant to target financial institutions and online gambling sites and not players, will make it more difficult for US players to deposit at online Togel Hongkong casinos. No longer will they be able to fund their gambling accounts with their VISA or MasterCards, or send funds from their bank accounts, discouraging new hobbyist players. Critics have been quick to point out that funding online casinos has been difficult for some time now and that it has done very little to discourage online gambling.

 

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An eclectic underground art movement has emerged from cryptocurrencies | Shelter Crypto | Shelter Humanity | Charity Token Homeless | Charity Coin

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What does the cryptocurrency and art worlds share in common? The love of the abstract, evoking emotions, and the ability to confuse admirers are some of the common traits. We have witnessed cubism over the past century. It started in the early 1900s and opened up the door to other art movements such as abstract, impressionism, pop art, surrealism, and abstract. Now, we are entering a new phase where art and cryptocurrency merge to create hybrid exhibitions such as the “Bitcoin Art(r)Evolution” in France.

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The Emergence of Cryptocurrencies Has spawned an Eclectic Underground Arts MovementModernism is a rejection or commitment to radical innovation and conformity in art. Modern art movements emerged in the 20th century because they believed that technological innovation, democracy, and capitalism would lead to a better society. This is a good fit for crypto. Bitcoin’s anti-capitalist characteristics include the ability to decentralize banks and provide equal access to finance.

Futurism, futurism and constructivism have all played an important role in creative expression. There is an undercurrent of esoteric jargon and ‘isms,’ which teaches that anyone can make or appreciate art. Art is not only for the educated and elite, but also represents new age revolutionaries.

Therefore, it is not surprising that artists are using crypto to purchase, sell, and create art. It is crucial for collectors and artists to be aware of the current market trends. The world of cryptocurrency and the products it has created has infected pop culture and infused products. Independent art galleries are now joining the crypto wave. One London gallery sold a fraction of Andy Warhol’s 1980 work, “14 Small Electric Chairs”, as fractionalized ownership through cryptocurrency.

Joe Nash, a Singaporean collector, is selling his Australian art collection through Visionairs Gallery. Visionairs Gallery also accepts cryptocurrency. Lynx Art Collection, a Florida-based gallery that sells art, accepts bitcoin payments. Maecenas, which claims to be the “first open Shelter Crypto platform that democratizes fine art access,” is another option.

A group of international artists organized a cryptocurrency art show in France to celebrate the company’s birthday. The “Bitcoin Art (r?)Evolution” was a group of international artists who wanted to “show the potential of cryptocurrency through symbolism, practice, and illustration,” and “illustrate this digital revolution’s genesis.”

A new twist in the art world is that wannabe artists can submit art for tokens. The Scarab Experiment, a multi-user collective that uses artificial Intelligence image processing to create a single piece of art from a thousand submissions, was created in 2014.…


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Gamba Osaka have won the 2007 Xerox Super Cup, comprehensively outclassing Urawa Reds 4-0, in front of 35,307 fans at the National Stadium in Tokyo.

 

Brazilian Magno Alves was the star for Gamba, netting a scrappy hat-trick as new signing Bare looked on from the bench.

 

The Osakans completely dominated this match, but it was not until the thirty-first minute that they opened the scoring, when Alves converted the rebound from Yasuhito Endo’s blocked shot.

 

Midfielder Takahiro Futagawa then smashed home from the edge of the area, to double Gamba’s advantage just before the break.

 

Missing several stars through injury, including 2006 J-League MVP Marcus Tulio Tanaka, as well as Satoshi Horinouchi, Makoto Hasebe and Takahito Soma, Urawa were second-best throughout this match.

 

Magno Alves scored his second after sixty-seven minutes, finishing from a tight angle to put the game beyond Urawa’s reach. He completed his hat-trick after eighty-five minutes, before receiving a standing ovation from the Gamba faithful when substituted a minute later.

 

The Togel result avenged Gamba’s loss to Urawa in the 2006 Xerox Super Cup, which the Reds won 3-1. It was Gamba’s first victory over Urawa since November 12, 2005, when Gamba beat the Reds 2-1, en route to claiming the 2005 J-League crown.

 

Gamba Osaka have won the 2007 Xerox Super Cup, comprehensively outclassing Urawa Reds 4-0, in front of 35,307 fans at the National Stadium in Tokyo.

 

Brazilian Magno Alves was the star for Gamba, netting a scrappy hat-trick as new signing Bare looked on from the bench.

 

The Osakans completely dominated this match, but it was not until the thirty-first minute that they opened the scoring, when Alves converted the rebound from Yasuhito Endo’s blocked shot.

 

Midfielder Takahiro Futagawa then smashed home from the edge of the area, to double Gamba’s advantage just before the break.

 

Missing several stars through injury, including 2006 J-League MVP Marcus Tulio Tanaka, as well as Satoshi Horinouchi, Makoto Hasebe and Takahito Soma, Urawa were second-best throughout this match.

 

Magno Alves scored his second after sixty-seven minutes, finishing from a tight angle to put the game beyond Urawa’s reach. He completed his hat-trick after eighty-five minutes, before receiving a standing ovation from the Gamba faithful when substituted a minute later.

 

The result avenged Gamba’s loss to Urawa in the 2006 Xerox Super Cup, which the Reds won 3-1. It was Gamba’s first victory over Urawa since November 12, 2005, when Gamba beat the Reds 2-1, en route to claiming the 2005 J-League crown.…


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“Disgrace,” “No strategy!” and “Time to go,” were some of the more restrained headlines in the Korean media after a week of poor results in the East Asian Football Cup.

 

Inevitably, the accompanying pictures showed Coach Jo Bonfrere looking more forlorn than usual as his players failed to beat either China or North Korea and were defeated by Japan – all on home turf.

 

The competition, won by South Korea in December 2003, was supposed to mark the start of the country’s preparations for the World Cup instead it has signalled the beginning of open season against the Dutchman.

 

It was supposed to be a chance for some of the K-League’s young prospects to show what they could do in the absence of European stars like Park Ji-sung and Lee Young-pyo but it demonstrated that without the talented duo, South Korea’s midfield lacks creativity and incisiveness.

 

And it was supposed to be a chance for the hosts to show that they were the region’s top dogs but one goal, two points and last place put paid to any hopes of that.

 

Accusations that Bonfrere is tactically stubborn and too ready to blame his players for his own failings, had gone from the headlines after World Cup qualification was assured a game ahead of schedule but they weren’t forgotten and they soon resurfaced after two dismal draws against China and North Korea.

 

Both teams, ranked well below their hosts in FIFA’s rankings, defended in numbers – China had to as they were reduced to ten men after only six minutes. The problem was that the 2002 semi-finalists never really looked like scoring. The only player to get on the scoresheet was a defender, Kim Jin-kyu, who rifled home a free-kick past the Chinese goalkeeper.

 

Kim Jung-woo, Kim Sang-shik and Yang Sang-min, drafted into midfield for the first two games looked fairly solid defensively, though given the circumstances, they weren’t tested too much in that department, but they offered little going forward.

 

The inability to create chances hasn’t been a big problem for the team in recent history; rather it has been the failure to convert those opportunities which has worried Guus Hiddink’s successors – Humberto Coelho and Jo Bonfrere.

 

Matters improved somewhat in the final game with Japan in Daegu. South Korea dominated the game but still failed to convert possession into chances and they were caught in the 87th minute as the Asian Champions gave their 2002 co-hosts a lesson in taking chances.

 

Unsurprisingly, bitcoin dice fingers were pointed at Bonfrere who had said before the competition – “our target? Three games and three wins.” After three games and no wins, his tune had changed somewhat, “if you look at our target, it was all about testing the players who play in Korea.”

 

Such backtracking didn’t impress the public. Results of internet polls were released showing that over 90% of respondents wanted a new coach – and the KFA gave Bonfrere lukewarm support. “His contract is still safe but I don’t think the KFA should ignore public and media calls forever”, declared You Young-cheul, media director for the Korea Football Association.

 

Perhaps Bonfrere should be worried as he has never been liked by the media and public. He is unemotional, shows no passion and obviously dislikes talking to the media – all traits that are opposite to his compatriot and predecessor, Guus Hiddink.

 

Still, it would be harsh to fire the former coach of Nigeria for three poor results in a fairly unimportant tournament, especially as he has just completed the really important job of reaching a sixth successive World Cup. It would be slightly ironic as Humberto Coelho was sacked for poor qualifying results just four months after lifting the East Asian title in December 2003 – the signals coming from the KFA would be confusing to say the least, if Bonfrere receives the boot for the opposite situation.

 

It is impossible to know the future, of course, but football fans and newspapers all too easily forget the past. Hiddink was almost constantly criticized during his 18 month tenure and suffered worse defeats than Bonfrere. Losing to Canada just four months before the beginning of the World Cup was one low as was two successive 5-0 defeats at the hands of France and the Czech Republic in the summer of 2001.

 

It is a measure of the pressure that the present coach is under that he has called-up Lee Young-pyo from PSV Eindhoven, FC Metz’s Ahn Jung-hwan and Cha Du-ri from Eintracht Frankfurt for August 17th’s inconsequential World Cup Qualifying game with Saudi Arabia. Park Ji-sung will remain in Manchester as Alex Ferguson was assured by the Korean coach that the 24 year-old wouldn’t be necessary for the fixture.

What is necessary in the final game of qualifying is a win, and a much better performance.…