Jürgen Klinsmann, coach of the Korean national soccer team,토토사이트 finally returned to Korea.
The Korean national soccer team, led by Coach Klinsmann, returned from England through Incheon International Airport Terminal 2 on the 14th (Korean time).
It was difficult to give Klinsmann a passing grade in the September A-match evaluation match. Klinsmann drew 0-0 in the match against Wales held at Cardiff City Stadium in Cardiff, Wales on the 8th. In the match against Wales, Korea had only one effective shot. On the 13th, they won 1-0 against Saudi Arabia held at St. James Park in Newcastle, England. Klinsmann recorded his first win in six games, but his performance was still below expectations.
Initially, instead of coming to Korea, Coach Klinsmann planned to watch the Bundesliga game in Munich this week and visit European clubs to meet with officials. Contrary to expectations, Klinsmann changed his plans and decided to return to Korea with his players.
After returning home, Coach Klinsmann held a press conference. When asked if his future would change depending on the Asian Cup, he said, “Teams preparing for the competition must receive positive public opinion and positive energy. Only then can you succeed. “No matter how strong we are united internally and no matter how positive we show, if negative public opinion is created or negative stories come out, the team is bound to be shaken,” he said.
This remark shows that Klinsmann has no grasp of the current situation facing him. The negative public opinion about Klinsmann was brought on by Klinsmann himself. If it were simply due to poor performance, criticism may not have been as strong as it is now.
When he was appointed to the Korean national team last March, Coach Klinsmann said he would spend the majority of his time in Korea. This promise is currently not being kept at all. According to the British BBC, Director Klinsmann stayed in Korea for only 67 days over the past six months. He spent the rest of his time in the United States and Europe.
Klinsmann’s adventures did not end here. He appeared on overseas broadcasts and evaluated famous players such as Harry Kane and Lionel Messi. Instead of going to watch a K League 1 match, he attended the UEFA Champions League group draw ceremony. The announcement of the September A-match list was not held at a press conference, but was instead done only with a press release.
In the meantime, Coach Klinsmann said he would continue the same course as now. When asked whether he would leave the country again at a press conference on his return, he said, “I have plans to keep going back and forth (overseas). “There are games that need to be watched in foreign countries such as Europe,” he said. If Klinsmann does not change, public sentiment among Korean soccer fans could worsen further.