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salam and hye hye hye to all people around world. i am a simple person. my name is mohdnurshafiq bin mohd glamour name is shafiq or nur.but i like people call me syafiq.i live at kuala terengganu.i love my hometown.i have 5 sibling in my family and i am second in mmy sibling. i have a beatiful mother.she work as a teacher.i very scare when my mother angry to i always take care her mood and feeling. my father is a cool person.he work as a surver he always busy with his hobby is playing game with my friend.i like play dota games and football ambition is an arcthercer. when i finished my diploma and degree in course arhtecher, i want to be a best archtecher in my country.thats all about me. i hope all my friend and those i dont know and know you enyoy with my simple story about me.wasalam.

Tuesday, August 10, 2010


Park Ji-Sung (born February 25, 1981 in Suwon, Gyeonggi-do) is a South Korean football player. He currently plays for the South Korean national team and Manchester United. Park is extremely popular among South Koreans and fans of PSV Eindhoven for helping take South Korea to the Semi-Finals in the 2002 FIFA World Cup, PSV Eindhoven to the Semi-Finals in the UEFA Champions League as well as for reaching the prestigious English Premier League.

Park is also well-regarded among his fans for overcoming the barriers of being a flat-footed football player. His former teammates at PSV Eindhoven have jokingly suggested that Park plays with an oxygen tank strapped to his back. For the same reason, United fans have given Park the nickname "Three-Lung Park." These nicknames stem from his impressive stamina, which enables him consistent play for a full 90-minute game.

Park has been renowned for his good attitude and strong work ethic which have helped him excel for both club and country. He is the first Korean player to have played in the FA Premier League, and is considered the most popular player in Korea[1]. His diverse experience, gained from stints in the J-League, the Dutch Eredivisie, the English Premier League and the opportunity to take part in the UEFA Champions League as well as the World Cup Semi-Finals have made him star in Korea, a formidable foe to opponents and an amiable contributor to his teammates.

International career
Park began his international career as an 18 year old defensive midfielder. However, when Guus Hiddink became the head coach of South Korea, Park's position was shifted to that of a winger. Since then, Park has become a versatile player who can play in a variety of positions: central midfield, right or left midfield, as well as a wing-forward.

Park rose to stardom in 2002, scoring goals against England and France during international friendlies in May, preceding the World Cup of 2002. During the World Cup, he scored the winner in South Korea's group match against the favoured Portugal team eliminating them from the tournament.

Park also scored the equalising goal in the 2nd Group G Match against eventual finalists France in the 2006 FIFA World Cup and was voted Man of The Match. Between these two World Cup Finals, his shirt number shifted from 21 to 7, and he played in every match for South Korea.

Kyoto Purple Sanga
Park's first professional contract was at J-League's Kyoto Purple Sanga in 2000. He was the first Korean footballer ever to go straight to the J-League without first playing for the K-League. In 2001 the club won the Division 2 championships. He left the J-League following the World Cup.

PSV Eindhoven
After the World Cup, Guus Hiddink was appointed the manager of Dutch club PSV Eindhoven. In 2003, Park and South Korean teammate Lee Young-Pyo moved to PSV Eindhoven, to play under their mentor and former national team coach. While Lee quickly became a fixture in PSV Eindhoven's starting lineup, Park struggled due to injuries and misadaptation to the Dutch league and came to be booed by many PSV fans.

However, by the end of 2003-04 season, Park had begun to adapt to the Netherlands, both on and off the field. In the 2004-05 season, the departure of Arjen Robben to Chelsea afforded Park more starting opportunities and he quickly proved his worth to the team. Along with Johann Vogel and Dutchmen Mark van Bommel and Philip Cocu, Park formed the backbone of PSV Eindhoven's midfield play. His energetic movement created havoc against all opponents at all areas of the field, both offensively and defensively. The highlight of Park's PSV career came when he scored the first goal against AC Milan at the Champions League Semi-Finals. PSV went on to win the home leg 3-1, but their 2-0 loss during the away leg meant AC Milan advanced to the Champions League Final.

PSV fans wrote a song for Park for his contributions during his time with the club. Titled "Song for Park", it was included in the PSV official album "PSV Kampioen", and repeats "Ji-Sung Park" in Dutch pronunciation the whole time.

Manchester United
In the closing months of the 2004-05 season, Park was scouted by Sir Alex Ferguson of Manchester United, who was impressed with Park's lively style of play and superb fitness. On June 22, 2005 Park signed for English Premiership side Manchester United from Dutch side PSV Eindhoven for £4 million, subject to a medical and work permit. His work permit was initially denied, but was granted on July 5 following an appeal from United.

As expected, he impressed during Manchester United's pre-season tour of the Far East, as well as in the first game of the season against Everton with his tireless, pacey roaming of the pitch and pressuring of opponents, such that Ferguson picked him over Ryan Giggs and the popular Cristiano Ronaldo against Aston Villa on 20 August the following week. His lack of composure in front of goal is considered his main weakness.

His first goal for Manchester United came on December 20 2005, during a 3-1 win over Birmingham in the League Cup Quarter Final. His first goal in the Premier League appeared to have been against Fulham on 5 February 2006, in Manchester United's 4-2 victory at Old Trafford.[2] However the Premier League's Dubious Goals Panel later ruled that this was an "own-goal" due to a deflection off a Fulham defender. Park's first official league goal came against Arsenal on April 9, in Manchester United's 2-0 victory at Old Trafford.

On August 11, Manchester United announced that Park had extended his contract with the club until 2010. Speaking of Park's commitment to the club, Ferguson said "Ji-Sung has had an impressive first year and I’m pleased to have secured him to the end of the decade at least. He has adapted well to the Premiership. His awareness and ability are first class."

He tore his ankle ligaments in training right before Manchester United's away match against Benfica FC, which kept him out of action for three months.[3] Park returned after recovering from his injury on 17 December in the 1-0 defeat against West Ham. On 13 January 2007, Park played a major part in the in a 3-1 victory against Aston Villa, assisting C. Ronaldo and Carrick in their two goals, and even scoring himself. On 10 February 2007, Park again played a significant part for the team in a 2-0 victory against Charlton, in which he created chances opening the play and even scoring his second goal of the league campaign.
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