"I managed after a while to become the DJ on game day, but the combination of gym sessions and music was still a no go. My arguments [in that regard] didn't carry that far."
, who spent 18 months playing in South Korea for Ulsan Hyundai, on the differences in the customs between what he was used to in the United States and Europe and South Korea, where
clubhouse music was generally not allowed. Diskerud, who is now back in Norway and looking for a new team after helping Ulsan finish second in the 2019 K-League title, said there was a lot Westerners
could learn from the Korean approach to soccer and vice versa. (MLSSoccer.com