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Arsenal Confirm Chu Young Park Signing

Arsenal Football Club have confirmed the signing of Chu Young Park from French side Monaco.

Chu Young Park, a 26 year old striker, signed for the Gunners from Monaco the day before the close of the transfer window.

He`s not a player I can claim to know anything about, but he`s definitely happy to be here.

'I am very honoured and I feel very happy to be at Arsenal. It is a dream to be here and I am really proud to be an Arsenal player. Now I just want to show how good I am and prove myself."

'In my opinion this is a great club, now I have to show what I can do on the pitch. I will do my best, I will never give up, I will show heart, I will give everything and I hope [the fans] will support me.'

Park will wear the number 9 shirt this season.

Welcome to the club "Ju", we hope you have a long and happy stay.

Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

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Writer: Rocky7 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday August 30 2011

Time: 4:25PM

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I hope beyond all hope that he's the first of many to come in, I'd love to see Mertersacker AND Cahill arriving but I know that wont happen - it will be the big German only and Santos from Fenerbahce and possibly M'villa but Hazard may be a no go....
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30/08/2011 16:41:00

Ju, Santos and hopefully Hazard next.
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30/08/2011 16:42:00

Ju, perfect age with a lot of first team experiences
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30/08/2011 16:43:00

welcome aboard! You'll replace the greatest striker in the world in Nicklas Bendtner, big shoes to fill :)
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30/08/2011 16:44:00

It's very quiet on the MF front isn't it? cutting it very fine yet again.
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30/08/2011 16:50:00

Looks like the only signing that gets me remotely interested. :)
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30/08/2011 16:57:00

Shirt sales will easily cover his transfer fee when we do another pre-season tour of asia next year.
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30/08/2011 17:08:00

K Pop is here
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30/08/2011 17:27:00

Ill be *****ed off sp*rs knick Cahill from under our noses.
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30/08/2011 17:40:00

dont need cahill, now were getting 6 ft 6 inches of teutonic dont give me no sh" t
cornish gooner
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30/08/2011 18:34:00

Arsenal have been turned into a feeder club as the rest of us have, i think its disgraceful how many foreign players you lot haver in your team each week it shouldnt be allowed arsenal should join the french league!
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30/08/2011 19:17:00

I saw Park play for the national team when I lived in Korea. He's typical Korean in the sense that he'll run and run until he can run no more without a moment of complaint. That's usually a long time after his opposite number has stopped. I reckon we could do with the work ethic.
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30/08/2011 19:22:00

Clive even ignoring the xenophobic part of your statement, you have 9 British players in your squad and so do we. In any case, the nationality of the squad didnt help you get CL football for years so why does it matter.
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30/08/2011 19:32:00

wow, Park's french parents must be *****ed.
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30/08/2011 21:29:00

At this point I'm loving your progress at Arsenal. Imagine domination by the Manchester clubs. We do not want an SPL do we. Keep signing good players and make the league competitive. From a Chelsea fan
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31/08/2011 05:24:00

"He's typical Korean in the sense that he'll run and run until he can run no more without a moment of complaint. That's usually a long time after his opposite number has stopped." Happy to know this :)
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31/08/2011 06:00:00

yes, 2 mil even for the work ethic is worthy. in recent time, we only had 2 such players, parlour & flamini
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31/08/2011 06:28:00


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