QPR are risking an international row today with the South Korean FA.
The Daily Star says QPR are risking an international incident over playing defender Yun Suk-Young at Wembley today. They were locked in a tug-of-war last night with South Korea over his availability to face Derby in the £130m Championship play-off final.
QPR boss Harry Redknapp said: "The Korean manager has allowed him to stay and be part of the squad, which is fantastic."
But yesterday a South Korean official hit back and said: "We've never given QPR the permission to keep Yun Suk-Young.
"For the past few days, QPR officials haven't answered our calls. Coach Redknapp's comments make no sense at all."
QPR rubbished suggestions they are giving South Korea the silent treatment and backed Redknapp's reading of the situation.
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