Real name Lee Chung-Yong
Age 28 (Born 02 Jul, 1988)
Height 5ft 11in (1.8m)
Weight 11st 8lb (73.47kg)
Place of birth Seoul, Korea Republic
Nationality South Korea South Korea
Date Signed 02 Feb, 2015
Fee Signed

Career

CLUB FROM TO FEE LEAGUE FA CUP LGE CUP OTHER
        APPS GLS APPS GLS APPS GLS APPS GLS
C Palace 02 Feb, 15 Signed 9 (21) 1 4 (0) 0 3 (2) 1 0 (0) 0
Bolton 01 Aug, 09 02 Feb, 15 £2,200,000 140 (36) 17 9 (4) 3 0 (6) 0 0 (0) 0
FC Seoul 01 Jul, 08 01 Aug, 09 No appearance data available
Totals     £2,200,000 149 (57) 18 13 (4) 3 3 (8) 1 0 (0) 0
Goals per Game       0.08 0.17 n/a n/a

Games played by Lee Chung-Yong in 2016/2017

   GLS   YEL  RED  
Premier League Sa 13Aug 2016 C Palace 0 - 1 West Brom
Premier League Sa 20Aug 2016 Tottenham 1 - 0 C Palace
EFL Cup Tu 23Aug 2016 C Palace 2 - 0 Blackpool
Premier League Sa 27Aug 2016 C Palace 1 - 1 Bournemouth
Premier League Sa 10Sep 2016 Middlesbro 1 - 2 C Palace
Premier League Su 18Sep 2016 C Palace 4 - 1 Stoke
EFL Cup We 21Sep 2016 Southampton 2 - 0 C Palace
Premier League Sa 24Sep 2016 Sunderland 2 - 3 C Palace
Premier League Fr 30Sep 2016 Everton 1 - 1 C Palace
Premier League Sa 22Oct 2016 Leicester 3 - 1 C Palace
Premier League Sa 29Oct 2016 C Palace 2 - 4 Liverpool
Premier League Sa 19Nov 2016 C Palace 1 - 2 Man City
Premier League We 14Dec 2016 C Palace 1 - 2 Man Utd
Premier League Su 01Jan 2017 Arsenal 2 - 0 C Palace
English FA Cup Sa 07Jan 2017 Bolton 0 - 0 C Palace
Premier League Sa 14Jan 2017 West Ham 3 - 0 C Palace
English FA Cup Tu 17Jan 2017 C Palace 2 - 1 Bolton
Premier League Sa 21Jan 2017 C Palace 0 - 1 Everton
English FA Cup Sa 28Jan 2017 C Palace 0 - 3 Man City
Appearances: 19 Totals:
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