‘Is it because of cold public opinion?’ Director Klinsmann suddenly returned from Europe on the 14th… changed schedule

Jürgen Klinsmann (59), coach of the Korean national soccer team, has changed his schedule and will return to Korea tomorrow (14th).

The Korea Football Association said, “Coach Klinsmann will return to Korea with the A team through Incheon Airport on the afternoon of the 14th.” Coach Klinsmann initially watched the German Bundesliga game Bayern Munich in person this week, visited a European club, and held a meeting with officials and an A match in October. “We were planning to conduct an analysis locally with the European coaching staff and then return home, but we changed the schedule at the coaching staff meeting to begin the work of checking K-League players before announcing the list in October,” he announced on the 13th.

Initially, Coach Klinsmann did not return to Korea after completing the two-game road trip to Europe in September, and was scheduled to watch Kim Min-jae’s team’s match between Munich and Leverkusen on the 16th. But he suddenly changed his schedule.

In the meantime, Director Klinsmann has received harsh criticism due to various controversies, including frequent outings. Rather than staying in Korea and checking on K League players in person, he traveled around the world and attended big events. He analyzed players not related to Korea, such as Lionel Messi (Inter Miami), or appeared at various events, such as the European Champions League prediction event.

This was compounded by poor performance. In the Saudi Arabian international match held on this day, Cho Kyu-seong (Midtjylland) won with a header and won 1-0, earning their first win, but in the previous 5 friendly matches, they had only 3 draws and 2 losses. It was his first win in 6 games since taking the helm in February.카지노

The dissatisfaction of domestic soccer fans was growing due to repeated lack of work and controversies over insincere work attitude.

The exact reason why Director Klinsmann returned to Korea was not revealed. However, such criticism may be one of the reasons for changing the schedule.

The association announced, “When Director Klinsmann returns home, an interview will be conducted at the arrival hall.” He is expected to reveal his thoughts on the recent controversy.

Korea will play an international friendly match against Tunisia at Seoul World Cup Stadium on October 13th and Vietnam at Suwon World Cup Stadium on October 17th. Afterwards, Korea will hold the 2026 FIFA North and Central America World Cup Asia 2nd qualifying round on November 16 and November 21.

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