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 By PA Sport

Ex-Man United star Park Ji-sung eyes sports management career

Former Manchester United winger Park Ji Sung
Park Ji-sung's tireless work ethic made him a fan favourite at Man United.

Park Ji-sung may have hung up his boots but his work ethic remains, with the Manchester United fans' favourite now determined to take his first steps into the world of sports management.

The dynamic midfielder ingratiated himself to the Old Trafford faithful during seven successful years at the club, winning four Premier League titles, the Champions League and a Club World Cup.

Park left United in 2012 and, two years later, persistent knee problems forced him to retire at the age of 33, turning...

Son Heung-Min out for month after surgery on broken arm - Korea FA

ESPNFC's Tottenham correspondent Dan Kilpatrick believes Spurs may struggle to compete financially in the transfer market.
Harry Kane aspires to emulate Ronaldo and Messi's Ballon d'Or glory, and believes he can achieve that at Tottenham.
ESPN's Tottenham correspondent Dan Kilpatrick tells us who he thinks Tottenham will sign this summer.
Stewart Robson explains why Fulham's Ryan Sessegnon isn't right for Liverpool and instead may be sought after by Spurs.
Tottenham's Mauricio Pochettino says he's not worried about the club playing their home matches at Wembley next season.

Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Son Heung-Min is expected to be sidelined for a month after undergoing successful surgery on a broken arm on Friday, the Korean Football Association (KFA) has said.

Son, 24, landed awkwardly on his right arm in the 33rd minute of South Korea's World Cup qualifying defeat to Qatar on Tuesday, leaving the pitch in visible discomfort.

"The operation was successful," KFA Spokesman Cho Jun-Heon told AFP, adding that Son would remain in South Korea to focus on his recovery.

Although...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

South Korea sack Uli Stielike after defeat against Qatar

Uli Stielike took over in September of 2014.

South Korea have sacked Uli Stielike as manager in the wake of Tuesday's disappointing 3-2 defeat to Qatar in World Cup Qualifying.

The German Stielike had been at the post since September 2014, when he took over for former boss Hong Myung-bo.

South Korea's best finish in a major competition under Stielike came in 2015, when they reached the Asian Cup final before falling to Australia.

However, Tuesday's loss marked the nation's third in their last five matches, a run of form the 62-year-old...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Tottenham's Son Heung-Min set for surgery on broken arm

ESPNFC's Tottenham correspondent Dan Kilpatrick believes Spurs may struggle to compete financially in the transfer market.
Harry Kane aspires to emulate Ronaldo and Messi's Ballon d'Or glory, and believes he can achieve that at Tottenham.
ESPN's Tottenham correspondent Dan Kilpatrick tells us who he thinks Tottenham will sign this summer.
Stewart Robson explains why Fulham's Ryan Sessegnon isn't right for Liverpool and instead may be sought after by Spurs.
Tottenham's Mauricio Pochettino says he's not worried about the club playing their home matches at Wembley next season.

Tottenham have confirmed that Son Heung-Min will undergo surgery on his right forearm on Friday after fracturing it while on international duty with South Korea.

The injury was reported on Wednesday and Tottenham confirmed the news in an official statement on Thursday, adding that the forward will be "monitored by our medical staff ahead of a return to action next season."

A statement read: "The South Korea international sustained the injury after landing on his arm during his national team's World...

 By John Duerden

Uli Stielike leaves South Korea with Russia 2018 hopes hanging by a thread

Uli Stielike has been axed as coach of South Korea.

Uli Stielike may have been the longest-serving South Korean coach in history but the German's legacy as he leaves the country is the endangerment of a proud record of successive World Cup appearances. It seems strange he could be fired with the team still in the automatic qualification slots for 2018 but few in the country disagree that the time was right to make the change.

Stielike was given his marching orders by the Korea Football Association (KFA) on Thursday, less than 48 hours after a 3-2...