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Following Team Korea’s breathtaking fourth place finish in the World Cup, the professional soccer league Samsung PAW K-League has been struggling to keep the soccer spirit alive. The start of the season saw record-setting attendance when some 138,000 attended during the weekend of July 13 and 14. Yet attendance has dwindled ever since, averaging just over 8,000 for November. Many wonder how the league’s management could kill the momentum created in the World Cup to expand the sport, and if it is not too late for a revival.

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