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South Korea youth international Seo Young-Jae joins Hamburg

HAMBURG, Germany -- South Korea youth international Seo Young-Jae has joined Hamburg from Seoul-based side Hanyang University on a busy day for the Bundesliga club.

Hamburg say the 20-year-old Seo has signed a three-year-deal, to 2018, after impressing coach Bruno Labbadia in a trial, and that he will initially join their under-23 team.

Seo, a left-back, has played for South Korea's under-19 and under-21 sides.

 By Ian Holyman

Chung Mong-joon blasts FIFA rival Michel Platini

Former South Korean FA president Chung Mong-joon has vowed to fix "corrupt" FIFA after formally announcing his bid to replace Sepp Blatter at the helm of world football's governing body.
Carlos Queiroz spoke ahead of next month's 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifiers at the inaugural National Coaches Conference held by the AFC.
The Chinese Football Association (CFA) - the country's governing body of the sport - has now been officially separated from government organisations.
Former South Korean FA president Chung Mong-joon has vowed to fix 'corrupt' FIFA after formally announcing his bid to replace Sepp Blatter at the helm of world football's governing body.
FIFA honorary vice-president Chung Mong-Joon announced his candidacy for the presidency of world football's governing body.
Former FIFA vice president Jeffrey Webb has faced a pre-trial hearing in the United States, where a prosecutor told the judge that negotiations are ongoing to extradite more officials connected to the bribery scandal.
Michel Platini could be forced to answer questions over why he voted for Qatar to host the 2022 World Cup if he's to successfully paint himself as the transparency candidate for the FIFA presidency.
The former French international captain is favoured by many to take over as FIFA president after Blatter steps down. His former French international teammate, Luis Fernandez, speaks his praises and supports his decision to run for the position.

Chung Mong-joon has told L'Equipe fellow FIFA presidential candidate Michel Platini should have done more to tackle corruption within global football's governing body.

Chung, 63, has declared he will stand against Platini, 60, in the election to succeed Sepp Blatter at the head of FIFA in February.

The South Korean claimed the UEFA president missed an opportunity to deal with the climate of corruption within FIFA when Platini worked closely with Blatter, 79, in the late '90s.

"It's very fashionable...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

FIFA presidential hopeful Chung Mong-joon criticises Michel Platini

FIFA presidential aspirant Chung Mong-joon says Michel Platini isn't the right person to usher in a new era of football.

South Korea's former FIFA vice president Chung Mong-joon has criticised the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) for endorsing fellow presidential aspirant and UEFA president Michel Platini, whom he says isn't the right person to usher in a new era of football.

Chung, a prominent Korean businessman, is contemplating formally announcing his candidature for FIFA presidency in Paris on Aug. 17.

Speaking to Malaysian newspaper The Star, 61-year-old Chung questioned the decision of AFC president Sheikh...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Chung Mong-Joon to fight Michel Platini for FIFA presidency

The ESPN FC panel discusses the FIFA presidency candidates and their thoughts on the favourites to win the spot, specifically Michele Platini.

Chung Mong-Joon has confirmed he plans to run for the FIFA presidency at next year's election, saying Michel Platini is not the right man for the job.

The South Korean, a former FIFA vice-president, said earlier this month that a non-European leader would help breathe "new wind" into world football's governing body.

UEFA president Platini has also confirmed that he plans to challenge for the position when Sepp Blatter's reign comes to an end at the election on Feb. 26

Chung told the BBC's...

Former FIFA VP Chung Mong-joon may run in election, criticises Sepp Blatter

ESPN FC's Paul Mariner and Alexis Nunes give their thoughts on today's FIFA Executive Committee News Conference and discuss the best person to replace Sepp Blatter.
The ESPN FC crew discuss FIFA President Sepp Blatter's press conference where he states that he remain president until February of 2016.
The Highly Questionable crew debate whether Simon Budnik's antics towards Sepp Blatter was worth it.

South Korean powerbroker Chung Mong-joon is leaning toward running for the FIFA presidency as a replacement for Sepp Blatter, telling The Associated Press that a non-European leader would help breathe "new wind" into football's international governing body.

A former FIFA vice president, Chung also criticised the decision this week to allow Blatter to remain as president until the election on Feb. 26, despite calls for him to immediately step down amid mounting pressure to reform as U.S. and Swiss...