Ji-Sung Park Reveals Patrice Evra Was One Seriously Great Team-Mate
The South Korean spent seven years at Old Trafford as a United player, helping the club to four English Premier League titles, three League Cups and a Champions League trophy.
He's now an ambassador for the English giants and remembered fondly by fans for what he contributed in the final years of Sir Alex Ferguson's reign at the club. And Park had loads of positive things to say about his team-mates from the time spent at United, with Evra getting the best reference from the now retired midfielder.
A Korean reddit.com user came across Park's comments about his former United team-mates in his autobiography and his segment on Evra is brilliant.
On Evra and Nani, Park is described as saying: "Jokers in the team. Evra is a true friend of Park. When Park was getting used to life in England, Evra was there to help him because they were both bad at English when they joined United. They said they can relate to each other on and off the pitch just by looking into each other's eyes. Evra moved his house to 2 blocks away from Park. When Evra scored against Rome he dedicated the goal to Park and Park felt grateful. Him, Evra and Tevez were the trio of friends in Man Utd. Whenever People around him ask Park why he is so close to Evra, Park replies that Evra is someone who he can trust and share his true feelings with."
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Park also apparently gives an insight into playing with Wayne Rooney, Gary Neville, Rio Ferdinand, Edwin van der Sar and a few other team-mates from his time in Manchester.
But it appears Evra is a great guy and the kind of team-mate every player should have.
The Frenchman was there for six years of Park's Old Trafford spell and is a fans' favourite among United fans for what he contributed during his time there.
He's now a Juventus player and, despite being 35, still appears to be at the top of his game.
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