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North Korean roster finally released
May 13th, 2010 10:11PM
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[WORLD CUP COUNTDOWN]North Korea's World Cup roster was finally released on Thursday when FIFA published the provisional lists each team submitted. North Korea was the only team to submit the bare minimum: 23 players.

The Korean roster includes three Japanese-born players, including Jong Tae-Se, known as North Korea's Wayne Rooney.

Goalkeepers
Ri Myong-Guk, Pyongyang City
Kim Myong-Gil, Amrokgang
Kim Myon-Won, Amrokgang
Defenders
Cha Jong-Hyok, Amrokgang
Nam Song-Chol, April 25
Pak Chol-Jin, Amrokgang
Pak Nam-Chol, Amrokgang
Ri Jun-Il, Sobaeksu
Ri Kwang-Chon, April 25
Ri Kwang-Hyok, Kyonggongop
Midfielders
Ahn Young-Hak, Omiya Ardija
Ji Yun-Nam, April 25
Kim Kyong-Il, Rimyongsu
Kim Yong-Jun, Chengdu
Mun In-Guk, April 25
Pak Nam-Chol, April 25
Pak Sung-Hyok, Sobaeksu
Ri Chol-Myong, Pyongyang City
Forwards
An Chol-Hyok, Rimyongsu
Choe Kum-Chol, Rimyongsu
Hong Yong-Jo, FC Rostov
Jong Tae-Se, Kawasaki Frontale
Kim Kum-Il, April 25



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