Hiddink to lead SKorea at WCup anniversary
Dutch soccer coach Guus Hiddink will lead members of South Korea's 2002 World Cup squad, which reached the semifinals, in a match celebrating the event's 10th anniversary organisers said on Thursday.
The star football manager, currently coaching Russia's FC Anzhi Makhachkala, is widely revered as a national hero and became the first foreigner to be awarded honorary South Korean citizenship for his efforts.
Hiddink will lead the 2002 squad in a match against up-and-coming stars from the domestic K-league to be held in Seoul on July 5, a Korea Professional Football League spokesman told AFP.
It is unclear whether Park Ji-Sung, a key member of the 2002 game who went on to become a Manchester United midfielder, will take part due to his schedule in England, he said.