Date: 10th July 2012 at 4:46pm
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When the news broke, over the weekend, that Ji-Sung Park, was leaving Old Trafford, I admit it came as something of a surprise.

Although Park hadn`t played much last season I always thought he was somebody who could come on and do a job, something Sir Alex Ferguson obviously agreed with by picking Park (in the past) for several big games.

But it appears that maybe the crux of the matter with regards to his move to Loftus Road. It appears that a lack of regular football may well have been a major contribution with reference to Park seeking pastures anew.

After signing for Queens Park Rangers, this is what Ji-Sung had to say to the media,

“I was the one who said I wanted to leave the club because I`d had a great offer.”

“I was the one who said it to Manchester United.”

“It was a difficult decision because United are a good club and everybody wants to play there.”

“But last season I didn`t play as much. I would still have had a good chance to play for Manchester United but QPR made me a very good offer and their ambitions and plans were interesting for me.”

“That`s why I made the decision to leave. If QPR hadn`t explained their future I might have stayed.”

“It is a big step to leave United but it is important to understand this is about another challenge in my life.”


And we can do nothing more than wish Ji-Sung all the best in his new adventure and thank him for his greatly appreciated service at Old Trafford.

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