All the multinational coaching staff of the national soccer team, who finished two consecutive matches in March between Colombia (2-2 draw) and Uruguay (1-2 loss), left the country.
Head coach Jurgen Klinsmann (Germany), head coach Andreas Herzog (Austria), coach Paolo Stringara (Italy), physical coach Werner Leuthard (Germany), and goalkeeper coach Andreas Köpke (Germany) went to their respective destinations on the 2nd and 3rd. headed Most of them left for Europe, but coach Klinsman visited the Incheon Soccer Stadium on the 1st to watch the K-League 1 round 5 match between Incheon United and Daegu FC and checked the national team pool. .스포츠토토
But he doesn’t have a long vacation. Klinsman, who will spend time with his family through the weekend, will head to Europe early next week. His whereabouts with his coaches vary. He plans to travel diligently to England, Germany, Spain and Italy.
Coach Klinsmann checks the main pillars of the national team. Including captain Son Heung-min (Tottenham) who is active in the English Premier League (EPL), Oh Hyun-gyu (Celtic), Lee Jae-seong (Mainz), Jung Woo-young (Freiburg), Kim Min-jae (Napoli), Lee Kang-in (Mallorca), Hwang In-beom (Olympiacos), etc. Europe Meet leaguers all over the place.
In addition to watching major games and having personal meetings, you can visit your team’s clubhouse and meet with the coach if necessary. If Klinsman, who boasts a world-renowned reputation, and key coaches visit the training ground, it is expected to be a great boost to European players.
In particular, attention is focused on the movement of coach Klinsman and his party, as rumors of a faction forming within the national team and discord among some players have been raised recently. Central defender Kim Min-jae, who complained of frustration, saying, “I want to focus only on my team for the time being” after playing two A-matches in March, is in need of intensive mental care.
Coach Klinsmann, who has a relatively mild personality, also had an experience of reconciling with his eminent German teammates such as Lothar Matthaus during his playing days. For one reason or another, it can help our national team, which is somewhat confused, to come together as the ‘one team’ in many ways.