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Sep 25, 2016 11:24 AM EDT

[TRENDING NOW] Former Manchester Sports Icon Park Ji Sung: Latest Addition To University In Leicester's Football Team! [VIDEO]

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Former Manchester United Sports Icon Park Ji Sung joins the University in Leicester's Football Team. Being the latest addition to the team, bearing in master's degree plans at the same time, Sung sparks an even greater hope for the team's career.

Armed with high hopes of a professional coaching career in South Korea in the future, former Manchester United Champion League winner, Park Ji Sung enrolls at University in Leicester. This is in jive over his completion of an international MA in management, law and humanities of sport, run by the Swiss Centre International d'Etude du Sport (CIES), the Sun reported.

With the degree secured, Sung can finally launch his coaching career. Simultaneously, Sung considered joining the University's Football team as such new environment can prospectively help him expand his knowledge, Mail Online reported.

Sung's desired Master's degree is an essential milestone towards full Football administration. The study will allow Sung to own full authority over the implementation of the sports. Besides ranking him as a coach, the MA title will open more doors for him in the international arena.

The former Manchester United Player Sports icon will be staying in the university for a 3-month academic period. All of these necessary academic processes the sports icon has been in-line with are part of an even bigger 1-year post-graduate program. Henceforth, Sung is still halfway to completing a degree as his next step will be enrolling for more courses at 2 other universities- Switzerland and Italy, the ChoSun ILBO reported.

To the delight of the University in Leicester's Football team players, Sun's recent join-up sparks up excitement beyond the promises of friendship to the hopes of increased championship breaks.

"What happened to Leicester City was amazing and showed the way football can bring hope to people. Playing in the Champions League is a great experience and may even spur Leicester to play at a higher level", the Korean sports icon confidently declared in Mail Online.

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