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Tuesday, 30 April, 2002, 14:20 GMT 15:20 UK

Yoon Jong-Hwan

Club: Cerezo Osaka
Position: Midfielder

Small and slight in appearance, Yoon remains a tough presence at the heart of the Korean midfield.

A veteran of the 1996 Olympic side in Atlanta and one of his country's stars in the 2000 Asian Cup, the 29-year-old produces much of his side's attacking potential.

Always a bright and vibrant presence on the pitch, he has a strong awareness of the players around him.

It remains to be seen whether he or Song Shong-Gug is elected as his side's chief playmaker.


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