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Chung Mong-Joon to fight Michel Platini for FIFA presidency

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Michel Platini will stand as a candidate to replace Sepp Blatter as the next president of FIFA, world football's governing body.
French World Cup winners Didier Deschamps and Robert Pires have backed their countryman Michel Platini, who is expected to annouce he is running for FIFA President
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.
UEFA spokesperson Pedro Pinto hinted that Michel Platini might stand for the FIFA presidency, as he spoke to the cameras in Zurich.
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...

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'North Korea's Wayne Rooney' Jong Tae-Se joins Japan's Shimizu S-Pulse

Jong Tae-Se returns to Japan after a prolific spell with Kawasaki Frontale between 2006 and 2010.

North Korea striker Jong Tae-Se -- dubbed "the People's Wayne Rooney" -- has signed for Japan's Shimizu S-Pulse.

Jong, 31, who was born in Nagoya, Japan to Korean parents and holds a North Korean passport, completed a move from South Korea's Suwon Bluewings to the J-League side.

"I would like to dedicate myself from here on to Shimizu S-Pulse," Jong said following the transfer. "I will sacrifice myself and advance as one with the team.

"I want to carve the words 'history' and 'honour' into my heart...

South Korea's Kang Soo-il accepts 15-game ban after failing doping test

Kang Soo-il had hit five goals from 12 starts for Jeju United this season.

SEOUL, South Korea -- South Korea striker Kang Soo-il will not contest his 15-match suspension after it was revealed he failed a doping test shortly before he was due to make his international debut.

Kang, 27, blamed the discovery of the banned steroid methyltestosterone on a mustache-growing cream he received as a gift.

He was hours away from playing his first match with South Korea on June 11 against United Arab Emirates in Kuala Lumpur when the Korea Doping Agency revealed his positive test.


South Korea forward Kang Soo-il tests positive for steroid

Kang Soo-il faces a 15-game ban for failing a doping test.

SEOUL, South Korea -- K-league officials say South Korea forward Kang Soo-il has failed a doping test.

The 27-year-old Kang was due to make his international debut in a friendly against United Arab Emirates in Kuala Lumpur on Thursday but was left out of the lineup by coach Uli Stielike following the news.

League officials said the Jeju United star's "A" sample taken in May tested positive for an anabolic steroid, methyltestosterone. He is facing a K-League ban of 15 games.

He is due to return to...