South Korean Football Legend Park Ji Sung Retires aged 33. The former Manchester United winger announced his decision to end his playing career at a press conference in his hometown of Suwon. This past season he’s been playing for PSV Eindhoven in Holland.
It’s interesting to note that he never played club football in South Korea choosing to start his career in Japan. He’s maybe best known for his 7 years at Manchester United where he won the Premier League 4 times, League Cup 3 times and the Champions League once.
He will be playing farewell friendlies for PSV Eindhoven vs. K League Classic sides Suwon Bluewings (on May 22nd) and Gyeongnam (on May 24th).
2000 to 2003 – Kyoto Purple Sanga (Japan) – Played 76 / 11 Goals
2003 to 2005 – PSV Eindoven (Holland) – Played 65 / 13 Goals
2005 to 2012 – Manchester United (England) – Played 134 / 19 Goals
2012 to 2014 – Queens Park Rangers (England) – Played 20 / 0 Goals
2013 to 2014 – PSV Eindoven (Holland) – Played 23 / 2 Goals
South Korean National Team – Played 100 / 13 Goals
Korean News Reporting Retirement
Playing for PSV Eindhoven vs. Suwon Bluewings on May 22nd
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