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Ki Sung-Yeung

Position:Midfielder
Contract Date:June 2015
Previous Clubs:FC Seoul. Celtic

Ki Sung-Yeung was signed for £5.5m from Celtic by Michael Laudrup in July 2012; Ki did play 38 times for the Swans last season and had the most shots in the Premier League without scoring a goal. The South Korean International has also played at centre back a few times – starting the League Cup Final there.
A good passer of the ball and goals from set pieces were his specialty at Celtic, has never impressed the majority of Swans fans in his time at the Liberty but I’m sure he will feel he has a lot to offer this coming season.

Player Ratings for Ki Sung-Yeung

DateOppositionVScoreReportsRating
4 AugSheffield United A1 - 20 N/A
11 AugPreston North End H1 - 01 N/A
17 AugBirmingham City A0 - 00 N/A
21 AugLeeds United H2 - 22 N/A
25 AugBristol City H0 - 11 N/A
28 AugCrystal Palace CCH0 - 10 N/A

1 SepMillwall A1 - 21 N/A
15 SepNottingham Forest H0 - 02 N/A
18 SepStoke City A1 - 03 N/A
22 SepMiddlesbrough A0 - 00 N/A
29 SepQueens Park Rangers H3 - 00 N/A

2 OctWigan Athletic A0 - 00 N/A
6 OctIpswich Town H2 - 31 N/A

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News Stories for Ki Sung-Yeung

Swans Shambles Intensifies Sun 19th Nov 2017
Matthew Thomas brings us a guest article for Planet Swans as he looks at yesterday's defeat at Burnley and shares his thoughts on why he thinks it has gone wrong.
This Is Getting Silly Now Tue 29th Aug 2017
In much the same way that Darren Way only ever seemed to be fit when he played for Yeovil, KI Sung-Yeung only ever seems to be ready to play for South Korea following reports ahead of their World Cup qualifiers.
Ki Not Sure When Training Will Start Tue 25th Jul 2017
Ki Sung-Yeung's Swansea career is at a crossroads as he enters into the last year of his contract and it has to be said that it is difficult to see the Swans wanting to extend it beyond this season.
We Have To Look Forward Says Ki Sun 15th Jan 2017
Fresh from being well beaten by Arsenal at the Liberty, Swans midfielder Ki Sung-Yeung insists that the team should be looking forward to the games that are to come rather than backwards at the games that have passed.
Clement - That Was A Penalty Sat 14th Jan 2017
New boss Paul Clement had just watched Arsenal tear his Swansea side apart at the Liberty when he reflected on a potential game changing incident in the first half when Ki Sung-Yeung was adjudged to have dived when a penalty could have been the outcome.
Bournemouth v Swansea - Match Preview Fri 11th Mar 2016
16th placed Swansea City travel to the south coast this weekend to play Eddie Howe’s Bournemouth at the Vitality Stadium.
Chelsea Forward Battling Ki For Asian Award Wed 04th Nov 2015
Ki Sung-Yeung will battle players from Chelsea and Southampton for the South East Asian award when the Asian Football Awards take place at Wembley later this month.
Ki Targets Rise Up Table Thu 08th Oct 2015
Ki Sung-Yeung is off on his travels around the world again as he heads off to captain his country in Kuwait and back in his native South Korea over the next week or so but he is focused still on the Swans rise up the table.
Monk Tips Cork For England Call Sat 26th Sep 2015
There is a growing school of belief that Jack Cork will earn himself an England call up when the squads are announced for the final round of Euro 2016 qualifiers that take place in two weeks.
Fingers Crossed For An Injury Free International Break Wed 02nd Sep 2015
Of the players who featured against Manchester United, eight of the fourteen of them are now away from the Swans on international duty so there will be plenty of crossed fingers that they all return as fit as they left.
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