J S Park Starts Coaching Career With QPR
The South Korea cum Manchester United legend Ji-Sung Park has returned to English football to launch his coaching career with Queens Park Rangers
The most decorated Asian player in history - has taken charge of the U16 side at Queens Park Rangers as part of his coaching B license.
Having featured 134 times for the Red Devils, Park also won the League Cup three-times and the Club World Cup too.
He scored a total of 19 times during his Manchester United career before joining Queens Park Rangers in 2012.
He made 20 appearances for the hoops before completing a loan move back to PSV - where he saw out the rest of his career.
Internationally, Park managed 100 caps for South Korea and played at three World Cups, in 2002, 2006 and 2010.
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