Date:Sunday March 1 2009
Wigan Athletic new signing, South Korea international midfield man Cho Won-hee is all set to be unveiled in front of the JJB faithful before Wednesday nights home game against West Ham United
Cho went back to Korea to get some visa papers signed and he spoke to reporters whilst he was at the airport having just landed and Cho is obviously delighted to become a Latic he couldn`t hide his delight when he said:
"It hasn`t really sunk in yet. It is a big honour"
Cho has the tag of being a very hard working player and that came out as he spoke to the press, the midfield man also had a special message for all his fans back home in Korea when he continued:
"From now I will work hard in order to play to my best. I will do my utmost not to disappoint Korean fans"
Cho was heavily praised by Latics boss Steve Bruce who has been mightily impressed with the qualities that he possesses but Cho says that he hasn`t really had much of a chance to speak to Steve Bruce though he has taken advice from his South Korea team mate Park Ji-sung who is at Manchester United.
Park told Cho that if he works hard it will be fine and that is good advice because for sure Bruce expects all his players to put the effort in, Cho concluded:
"I haven`t really talked much with Steve Bruce, we just shook hands."
"Ji-sung told me that it will not be easy but if I work hard, it will be OK."
Nice one, I am looking forward to seeing him play
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Date:Sunday March 1 2009
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