Well it would upset me. And not for some pro-American BS. We would essentially be paying Kim Jong-un for the slave labor of a footballer. And if he didn't do exactly what Kim Jong-un wanted him to do, everyone he's related to in North Korea would go straight to the gulag. Kwang Song Han's allegiance is to North Korea, willing or not, and it will never be to Spurs. He would try to play well for us if that is what he's told to do. But if he's told to throw a game so that Kim Jong-un can place a large bet against us, he'll do it. He'd have to. On the other hand if he is a bust and brings shame to North Korea it will go very badly for him. How would you like to be the one to bench him knowing that? This is not a feel good story in any way.