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"That kind of path," Park said of Van der Sar, who he won the Champions League alongside in 2008.

Married acting stars and new parents Ji Sung and Lee Bo Young popped back on the radar this week after a recent picture surfaced on SNS of them having a cafe lunch with a good friend.

The pic shows Lee Bo Young make up free and casual, with no visible post-baby weight in sight but plenty of eye bags to go with the new mommy duties.

In his time at Manchester United, Park won the Premier League four times and also won the 2007–08 UEFA Champions League and the 2008 FIFA Club World Cup.

He moved to Queens Park Rangers in July 2012 after suffering a reduction in his number of appearances for Manchester United the previous season.

' "I realised that I need to study what kind of things are happening around the sport or in football. "It is hard to study again but I learned a lot of things through this course." The year-long course started at De Montfort University in Leicester before going on to Milan and ending at the University of Neuchatel, where Park is now completing his last module.

The former QPR player has been studying for a future he wants to spend behind the scenes like former United team-mate Edwin van der Sar, who has risen to become chief executive at Ajax.

This morning, City lead the Premier League on goal difference with two games to play and they must now be the favourites to win their first title since 1968 if they can hold their nerve in their last two games against Newcastle and Queen's Park Rangers.

Manchester United winger Nani has no plans to quit the English champions following the signing of Ashley Young last week, telling Reuters he welcomed the competition for a place in the starting line-up at Old Trafford.

He is the most successful Asian footballer in history, having won 19 trophies in his career and is the first Asian footballer to have won the UEFA Champions League trophy, the first Asian footballer to play in a UEFA Champions League final, as well as the first Asian footballer to have won the FIFA Club World Cup.

Park began his football career in his native South Korea and played for the Myongji University team before moving to Japan to play for Kyoto Purple Sanga.

The former PSV Eindhoven star will play for Manchester United Legends against their Barcelona counterparts on June 30, before going toe-to-toe again at Old Trafford on September 2.