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Cho Won-Hee Leaves Wigan For China

Wigan Athletic forgotten midfield man Cho Won-Hee looks to have left the Latics and signed a permanent deal with China club Hengda who are based in the city of Guangzhou and play in the China Super League.

Cho had been on a year long loan from the Latics back to Korea with Suwon Samsung Bluewings, that deal came to an end in January and its understood that the South Korea international had work permit issues when trying to come back to the UK and re-join Wigan.

According to news reports in China, Cho has joined Hengda on a free transfer from the Latics and they seem to be very pleased to have him signed up. Cho himself said: "I have come to Hengda to work under the coach Lee Jang-soo"

Good luck Won-Hee

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Writer: Barry Worthington Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday February 13 2011

Time: 1:36PM

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I would have liked to have seen more of him tbh, looked alright the couple of times he did play for us
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13/02/2011 13:41:00

the games i seen him in last season before he left for the bluewings i actually liked him. seen him in a few reserve games too
Mike Leigh
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13/02/2011 15:52:00

Too bad, but maybe he isn't as good as he used to be. Not finding a place in the South Korean National Team clearly indicates that the guy isn't able.
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13/02/2011 16:31:00


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