FILE - This is a Friday, Aug. 10, 2012 file photo of South Korea's Park Jong-woo as he holds up a banner reading "Dokdo is our Territory," referring to the largely uninhabited islets, midway between South Korea and Japan, after his team won their bronze medal men's soccer match against Japan, at the 2012 London Summer Olympics, at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff, Wales. Rark Jong-woo who raised political tensions with Japan by displaying a political sign at the London Olympics after the countries' bronze-medal match was banned for two World Cup qualifying matches on Monday Dec. 3, 2012. FIFA said Park Jong-woo was guilty of unsporting behavior which "cannot be tolerated," and formally warned the Korea Football Association. (AP Photo/Jon Super, File)

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FILE - This is a  Friday, Aug. 10, 2012 file photo of South Korea's Park Jong-woo as he holds up a banner reading "Dokdo is our Territory," referring to the largely uninhabited islets, midway between South Korea and Japan, after his team won their bronze medal men's soccer match against Japan, at the 2012 London Summer Olympics, at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff, Wales.  Rark Jong-woo who raised political tensions with Japan by displaying a political sign at the London Olympics after the countries' bronze-medal match was banned for two World Cup qualifying matches on Monday Dec. 3, 2012. FIFA said Park Jong-woo was guilty of unsporting behavior which "cannot be tolerated," and formally warned the Korea Football Association. (AP Photo/Jon Super, File)
FILE - This is a Friday, Aug. 10, 2012 file photo of South Korea's Park Jong-woo as he holds up a banner reading "Dokdo is our Territory," referring to the largely uninhabited islets, midway between South Korea and Japan, after his team won their bronze medal men's soccer match against Japan, at the 2012 London Summer Olympics, at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff, Wales. Rark Jong-woo who raised political tensions with Japan by displaying a political sign at the London Olympics after the countries' bronze-medal match was banned for two World Cup qualifying matches on Monday Dec. 3, 2012. FIFA said Park Jong-woo was guilty of unsporting behavior which "cannot be tolerated," and formally warned the Korea Football Association. (AP Photo/Jon Super, File)
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