When coach Jurgen Klinsmann, a former world-class striker, took over as head coach of the Korean national soccer team, foreign media also took notice.
British public broadcaster BBC reported on the 27th (Korean time) that “Jurgen Klinsman, who coached the German national team and the US national team in the past, is going to Korea.”
“Klinsman agreed to a three-and-a-half-year contract with Korea. The contract will continue until the 2026 North and Central America World Cup finals,” the BBC said, introducing Klinsman’s first steps, including an evaluation match against Colombia on the 24th of next month.
However, the fact that his recent career has not changed was not overlooked.
The BBC said, “Klinsmann resigned from the Bundesliga Hertha Berlin after just 10 weeks three years ago, and this is his most recent managerial career.” did.
Coach Klinsmann resigned from the U.S. national team coach in 2016 and spent three years as a savage before taking the Bundesliga Hertha Berlin baton in 2019.
However, after 77 days, he left the team due to a conflict with the club and became controversial. At the time, Hertha Berlin club invested a lot of transfer fees in the winter transfer market just for Klins, but resigned at an early point and received a lot of criticism from fans. The BBC didn’t just skip this.
The German press is in a positive mood about Klinsmann’s trip to Korea.
카지노 ‘Built’ said, “It’s a splendid comeback. Coach Klinsman has returned to the command tower.” “Korea is his third national team. The team centered on superstar Son Heung-min until the World Cup co-hosted by the United States, Canada and Mexico in 2026. to lead,” he said.
“Kicker,” an influential soccer magazine that first reported that Klinsman’s trip to Korea was likely, evaluated, “Coach Klinsman signed a contract until the 2026 World Cup and returned to the bench. The Korean national team is moving into the future under the guidance of Klinsman.”
The Dutch ‘Bootbal International’ introduced Klinsman’s actions and remarks following the path of the famous Dutch coach Hiddink, saying, “Only Klins said it was an honor to succeed Hiddink.”