2011.8.5 Weekend Picks: K-League* FC Seoul (8-6-5) at Ulsan Hyundai FC (8-4-7)
* Munsu Football Stadium, Ulsan
* Saturday 7 p.m.
The K-League didn’t have an All-Star Game this season due to the match-fixing scandal, but now that the season has entered the second half, several teams have new players after transfers and overseas signings. Some of those players will be on display for Ulsan tomorrow.
Seoul planned to sign Seongnam Ilhwa defender Sasa Ognenovski but the deal wasn’t completed by the deadline. Ulsan signed two attackers and a midfielder to try to boost its performance. Seoul’s Dejan Damjanovic is the league’s top scorer with 15 goals, but Ulsan has this season’s top scorer including cup games, Kim Shin-wook.
Ulsan has a better all-time head-to-head record with 48 wins, 42 draws and 43 losses.
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