Park Chu-Young

Park Chu-Young
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Personal information
Full name Park Chu-Young
Date of birth (1985-07-10) 10 July 1985 (age 34)
Place of birth Daegu, South Korea
Height Template:Infobox person/height
Playing position Striker
Club information
Current team
Arsenal
Number 9
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
2005-2008
2008-2011
2011-
FC Seoul
AS Monaco
Arsenal
National team
2005-2009 Korea Republic
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only
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Park Chu-Young (Hangul: 박주영, Hanja: 朴主永; born 10 July 1985), also written as Park Ju-Young or Park Ju-yeong, is a South Korean professional athlete. He is best known as an football player.[1]

Park was a member of the Korean team in the 2008 Summer Olympics at Beijing. [2]

Park played on the Korean men's football team in the 2012 Summer Olympics at London.[3] His play was highlighted when he scored the first goal against Japan in the bronze medal match.[4]

Club career statistics

<tr> <th colspan="3">Club performance</th> <th colspan="2">League</th> <th colspan="2">Cup</th><th colspan="2">League Cup</th><th colspan="2">Total</th></tr> <tr> <th>Season</th><th>Club</th><th>League</th> <th>Apps</th><th>Goals</th> <th>Apps</th><th>Goals</th><th>Apps</th><th>Goals</th><th>Apps</th><th>Goals</th></tr>
Korea Republic<th colspan="2">League</th>

<th colspan="2"> Korean FA Cup</th><th colspan="2"> League Cup</th><th colspan="2">Total</th></tr>

2005 FC Seoul K-League 19 12 2 0 11 6 32 18
2006 26 7 2 2 4 1 32 10
2007 11 2 1 0 3 3 15 5
2008 13 2 0 0 4 0 17 2
France<th colspan="2">League</th>

<th colspan="2"> Coupe de France</th><th colspan="2"> Coupe de la Ligue</th><th colspan="2">Total</th></tr>

2008/09 AS Monaco Ligue 1 31 5 3 0 1 0 35 5
2009/10
Country Korea Republic 69 23 5 2 22 10 96 35
France 31 5 3 0 1 0 35 5
Total 100 28 8 2 23 10 131 40

International career statistics

<tr><th colspan="3">Korea Republic national team</tr><tr><th>Year</th><th>Apps</th><th>Goals</th></tr>
2005 6 2
2006 13 3
2007 0 0
2008 9 5
2009 10 3
Total 38 13

References

  1. FIFA.com, Park Chuyoung; retrieved 2012-8-10.
  2. Sports Reference.com (SR/Olympics), "Park Ju-Yeong"; retrieved 2012-8-10.
  3. London2012.com, Chuyoung Park; retrieved 2012-8-10.
  4. "South Korea beats Japan 2-0 to get men’s Olympic football bronze," Washington Post (US). August 10, 2012; retrieved 2012-8-10.

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