A national team coach Jurgen Klinsmann and coach Cha Du-ri, who returned from the two-game A-match series, visited ‘Jeon Joo-seong’.

Coach Klinsmann and Coach Cha visited the scene of the Hana One Q K League 1 Round 30 Jeonbuk-Gangwon match (1-3 loss) held at Jeonju World Cup Stadium at 2 p.m. on the 16th. The Korea Football Association announced on the 15th, “Coach Klinsmann will watch the game between Jeonbuk Hyundai and Gangwon FC held at Jeonju World Cup Stadium on the 16th, and will visit Seoul World Cup Stadium to watch the game between FC Seoul and Gwangju FC on the 17th.” There is a bar.

As announced, Coach Klinsmann arrived at Jeonju Castle early before the game, met with Jeonbuk Technical Advisor Roberto DiMatteo, chatted with him, and checked the status of Jeonbuk players.

There were two players from Jeonbuk, Moon Seon-min and Ahn Hyeon-beom, in the two-game European away game in September. On this day, both players started from the bench. Kim Jin-su, Hong Jeong-ho, Jeong Tae-wook, and Choi Cheol-soon started as the back four, while Han Kyo-won, Ryu Jae-moon, Boateng, and Lee Dong-jun were in the midfield. Foreign players Jun Amano and Gustavo stood at the forefront. Moon Seon-min and Ahn Hyun-beom were substituted at the start of the second half when the team was down 1-2.

Moon Seon-min created several opportunities by penetrating into the box with his characteristic aggressive movements, but due to the heavy rain that poured down like a water bomb on the stadium in the second half, proper play could not be made. In a stadium that was transformed into a water park in the blink of an eye, dribbling, passing, and ball control were not done properly, and technical soccer became impossible due to extreme underwater warfare, which is rarely seen.

It has been three months since the super match between Suwon Samsung and FC Seoul on June 24 that Coach Klinsmann visited the K-League stadium. Afterwards, Coach Klinsmann checked the K-League players through an analysis program at his home in the United States, and coach Cha Du-ri and former coach Michael Kim observed the K-League scene. It seems that Coach Klinsmann, who visited the K-League ground after a long time, did not have much to see in Jeonbuk and Gangwon that day. He is also scheduled to visit the Seoul-Gwangju match site on the 17th.카지노사이트

Coach Klinsmann of the A national team returned to Korea through Incheon Airport with the players who finished their two-game series in Europe on the 14th. Initially, Coach Klinsmann planned to remain in Europe and check on German players such as Kim Min-jae (Bayern Munich). However, the schedule was drastically changed due to being conscious of negative public opinion in the country. It is known that KFA conveyed the support of domestic fans to coach Klinsmann and strongly requested him to return to Korea, and the coach accepted this request.

In an interview after returning to Korea, Coach Klinsmann said, “Through this convocation, I was able to find positive aspects. I was able to share how we are growing and developing and what preparations we should make for the next convocation.” He added, “I heard that many people are waiting for me. (Laughs) I heard from many people in the association that usually when the players return home after an overseas expedition, the coaches return home together, so I thought about that again.” “Actually, I was planning to watch the game between Bayern Munich and Leverkusen this week, but changing the schedule wouldn’t be a big problem, so I thought it was right for me to move with the team, so I came in. This weekend, I will be playing in the K-League again. “I think I will meet you all,” he said, predicting the K League. “When I worked in Germany or the United States, I rarely had so many people welcome me when I went abroad, so this actually felt new to me. I wanted to have a new experience seeing so many people welcome me after a friendly match like this.” He directly explained the reason for changing the plan.

Coach Klinsmann, who took the helm of the Korean men’s national soccer team last February as successor to Coach Bento, is not winning the favor of fans. Upon his appointment, he promised to reside in Korea, but he continues to be the subject of criticism from fans and media due to his frequent outings. Since his days with the German national team, coach Klinsmann has been subject to criticism due to his frequent trips to the United States. Coach Klinsmann said, “I will stay in Korea,” but he has already gone abroad four times in the six months since his appointment, and his stay in Korea lasted only 67 days. Concerns arose on the field that the K-League players were not being properly watched, and as a result, in the case of Ahn Hyeon-beom (Jeonbuk Hyundai), who made his A-match debut, criticism poured in that he was selected without looking and did not know how to use the players. There is criticism of his frustrating performance, but the emotional discomfort of continuing his personal and independent path as a ‘world class celebrity’ rather than a Korean coach is greater. At the European A-match two-game series, an interview was conducted for nearly an hour with on-site reporters including Sports Chosun, but the interview was negative, saying, “There is no need to watch the entire K-League” and “I will not change. If you don’t like it, find another coach.” As the contents were spread, fuel was poured into the anger of angry fans.

In an interview upon returning home, Coach Klinsmann asked to evaluate himself at the Asian Cup held in Qatar in January, as the team is moving forward positively. “Ultimately, it is a process to get to the Asian Cup. I am confident that I will achieve good results. Of course, if the results are not good, I will be criticized and have no choice but to be put to the test. That is the destiny of a coach. But I have a lot of experience in tournaments.” He said emphatically. He explained, “There is not much time until the October international match. After the October international match, there is a real stage called the World Cup qualifiers. Although I am now in Korea, I plan to go back and forth to watch the matches in Europe.” Regarding the rumor that he is receiving interest from the recently vacant position in the German national team, he dismissed it, saying, “Currently, I am focusing on winning the Asian Cup.” Coach Klinsmann finally asked for positive support. He said, “No matter how strong we are united internally, if negative public opinion is created from outside, the team is bound to be shaken,” and “That was the case with Germany at the Qatar World Cup. Everything was negative, and in the end, they were eliminated in the group stage. The national team ultimately belongs to the people. “This is a team. If everyone creates a positive atmosphere until the Asian Cup, good results will be possible,” he said, asking for support. And as promised, he visited the K-League site immediately after returning to Korea and began communicating with fans.

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