Jürgen Klinsmann, the head coach of the South Korean national soccer team, who has been in the country to check on many of his players and promised close communication with the Korea Football Association, has continued to follow a different course of action.메이저사이트
According to the Korea Football Association on July 2, Klinsmann left for the United States on July 29 to spend time with his family for his birthday (July 30).
Previously, Klinsmann took a month-long vacation after coaching two A matches and attending a press conference in June.
Klinsmann, who took over from former coach Paolo Bento in March, said from the beginning of his tenure that he would stay in Korea to check on the K League players with the aim of winning the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Asian Cup early next year.
Klinsmann watches the match against El Salvador in June during the A-Match.
However, two draws and two losses in four matches at home during the two A matches in March and June left fans scratching their heads.
After taking a month-long vacation from the end of June, Klinsmann returned to Korea at the end of last month. After watching the match between Team Korea and Atletico Madrid (Spain), Klinsmann traveled to the U.S. and will head straight to Europe to inspect the overseas players before the September A match.
South Korea will play an exhibition match against Wales in England during the September A match, followed by a pair of matches against North and Central American teams.
Meanwhile, while Klinsmann will be “working remotely” in the U.S. and Europe, Coach Michael Kim and Technical Advisor Cha Doo-ri will be in Korea to monitor the players’ performances in the K League.