The strength of coach Jurgen Klinsmann (59) is that he ‘runs with his feet’. Head coach Klinsman will also visit the K-League site this coming weekend to find a team member.
Jurgen Klinsmann, coach of the Korean men’s national soccer team, attended the agreement ceremony between the Ministry of Education and the Korea Football Association to promote school sports and support for Neulbom School, which was held at Balsan Elementary School in Incheon at 2:50 pm on the 28th.
Director Klinsman, who returned to Korea via Incheon International Airport after completing a 10-day business trip to Europe on the 26th, had a fruitful schedule, including a business agreement ceremony and an 8-to-8 mini game with elementary school students.
Coach Klinsmann, who watched the matches between Heung-Min Son (Tottenham) and Hyun-Gyu Oh (Celtic) in England, Min-Jae Kim (Napoli) in Italy, and Jae-Sung Lee (Mainz) and Woo-Young Jung (Freiburg) in Germany, said on the day of his return, “I tried to see as many games and players as possible.” When I was in Europe, advisors and coaches Cha Doo-ri watched the K-League. Players do not have to go to Europe to play. I will continue to watch the players wherever they play, such as the K-League, Japan, or China.” And right after he returned home, he went to Jeonju to watch the match between Jeonbuk Hyundai and Daejeon Hana Citizen (Daejeon won 2-1).
Director Klinsman’s busy schedule will continue over the coming weekend. According to an official from the Korea Football Association (KFA), coach Klinsman confirmed the match between Suwon FC and FC Seoul on the spot at 2:00 pm on the 29th, and then moved to Pohang on the 30th to play Pohang Steelers and Incheon United. Observe. 크크크벳
On the first weekend of May, he plans to visit the K League 2 site. They will visit one of the matches scheduled to be held on the 6th: Ansan Greeners-Gyeongnam FC, Chungbuk Cheongju-Cheonan City, Gimpo-Seoul E-Land. A KFA official explained, “We want to prepare well for the 2nd A match to be held in June.”
The Korean national team will face Peru on June 16 and El Salvador on June 20. It is unclear whether Kim Min-jae will join the national team at this time. On the 28th, Kim Min-jae’s side explained, “Kim Min-jae plans to enter the training center for basic military training in mid-June.” However, his enlistment date has not been finalized and he is waiting for an answer from the Military Manpower Administration.
Coach Klinsman, who is about to watch the K-League, is highly likely to pay attention to Kim Min-jae’s replacement through visits to K-League 1 and K-League 2.