Following his departure from
Greatest thing about that picture is that Jordon Mutch is the worst player in it :0)
— MJ (@DizzeeStardust) February 11, 2019
Nottingham Forest and Sheffield United were both said to be among the clubs who were considering signing the former
Why the obsession with Jordon Mutch? He came, he went, so long.
— Steve F (@UpperTierSteve) February 11, 2019
Bet his new bosses weren’t impressed with his ripped trousers/workboots combo
— Tim Unwin (@t_unwin) February 11, 2019
Gyeongnam have not disclosed the details of his contract, but have confirmed that he will wear the number 80 shirt – two more than his total appearances in England’s top flight.
Maybe a little surprisingly, K-League fans up and down the country were buoyed by the news of an ex-Premier League player embracing the league – even playing a bizarre game of ‘guess who?’ on Twitter with the player blatantly revealed in the text below.
Google’s translate facility may have been a bit too generous for the midfielder – who was announced by the club’s official website as ‘an authentic Premier League player [who] joins.’
But fans were quick to point out the delight beaming from Much’s face at the official unveiling of the player.