Park Ji-sung

Former Manchester United forward Park Ji-sung has joined Queens Park Rangers (QPR) as part of his coaching training.

The Championship side announced on their website that Park will coach the club’s under-16 squad as part of his “B” coaching license.

“Ji-Sung Park is back at QPR to learn the ropes as a football coach under the guidance of Chris Ramsey.
The former R’s midfielder, who is the most decorated Asian player in the hotsory of the game, is coaching the club’s U16 players as part of his B Lience,” the statement noted.

Park, who became the first South Korean in the Premier League when he signed with Manchester United in 2005, spent his final Premiership season with the London-based QPR in 2012-2013.

Since his playing career ended, Park has been dabbling at football administration while also working on his coaching license.

The 40-year-old once served as director of youth development strategies for the Korea Football Association and is currently an adviser for the five-time reigning K League 1 champions, Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors.

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