Former Manchester United happy accepts decision to remove him of captaincy.
QPR midfielder Park Ji-Sung has moved to dismiss reports that he is unhappy following Harry Redknapp’s decision to strip him of the captaincy, according to Sky Sports.
Former QPR boss had given Park the captaincy following his move from Man United during the summer but it looks increasingly likely that the player will not fulfil a similar role under new boss Harry Redknapp.
The former Tottenham manager has so far given centre-backs Ryan Nelsen and Clint Hill the nod and whilst Park has been absent for much of that time with injury, the South Korean continued to be overlooked despite appearing in his side’s 1-1 FA Cup draw with West Brom.
‘It’s the manager’s decision and I’m very happy to go along with that. I respect the manager’s decision and I don’t really care about that. I am an experienced player so I can help the team with or without the armband. It doesn’t matter.’
Park was making his first appearance under Redknapp but his place in the side is by no means assured with Redknapp having proved himself willing to drop some of the club’s more expensive recent signings.
The industrious midfielder is looking to re-establish himself after missing out a number of games in the last ten weeks with a knee injury.
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