Another Korean player have arrived at Home United as Home coach Paul Lee seek to protect his job by riding himself of South American flair and replacing them with Korean steel.
The South American victim this time is Chilean playmaker Nelson San Martin with Paul Lee explanation being Nelson not having met his high expectations as a foreign player.
One wonder if that is indeed the case as his falling out with his flair players - to be replaced by Koreans - have led to questions been asked if he is purposely seeking out Koreans to be his foreign players especially as first, Peres, and now, Nelson is gone.
Both were players who have performed in the region until he came along and one wonder they cannot do it now.
But one thing is for sure, Jeon Jae Woon, 29, will have to perform for Home if such suspicions are to be suppress especially when his team is not doing well under his term.
The 29-year-old Jeon may have a good resume - having represented his country at the national Under-18, Under-19 and Under-23 level and have a wealth of experience in the K-League, having played for Ulsan Hyundai, Suwon Samsung, Jeonbuk Hyundai and Jeju United - but all that is useless if he flopped as Home have now released two proven players - Peres and Neslon - in the last two months under Paul Lee term.
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