In Germany, attention is also paid to the possibility of Jurgen Klinsmann’s return to coaching.
Klinsmann recently suddenly emerged as a candidate for the new coach of the Korean national soccer team. Germany’s leading media ‘Kicker’ said, “Korea is talking with Klinsman about the national soccer team coach position,” and reported that Klinsman was nominated for the Korean national soccer team coach.
Klinsmann was an outstanding striker during his playing days. As a member of the German national team, he scored 47 goals in 108 A-match matches, and also has the experience of winning the World Cup and the European Football Championship (Euro). He spent his career playing for Inter Milan, AS Monaco, Bayern Munich, and also for Tottenham Hotspur, which is familiar to domestic fans as the team Son Heung-min plays for. 카지노사이트
After he took off his football boots, he turned to coaching. He coached the German national team, his home team Munich, and the US national team. He most recently served as head coach of German Bundesliga side Hertha Berlin, but stepped down after less than three months. His career highlights include finishing third at the 2006 FIFA World Cup in Germany and reaching the round of 16 at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.
‘Kicker’ mentioned the name of Cha Doo-ri, current head of FC Seoul Youth Enhancement Office, as the reason why Korea was able to connect with Klinsman. Director Cha Du-ri was a member of the Technology Research Group (TSG) during the Qatar World Cup and was with Klinsman. It is also speculated that he may have also been influenced by Michael Müller, chairman of the Korea Football Association (KFA). Müller, like Klinsmann, is of German origin.
German locals are also paying attention to whether Klinsman will return to the ground. Another influential German media, ‘Bild’, said, “After three years of being unemployed, will Klinsman return as a new coach? It will be a special return. Negotiations will be held between KFA and Klinsman soon. If Klinsman takes office in Korea, He will take over the position of Paulo Bento, who led South Korea in Qatar.”
He also mentioned the relationship between Klinsmann and Müller. ‘Bild’ pointed out the relationship between the two, saying, “Klinsmann met an acquaintance named Müller, who was a former youth player of the German national soccer team. Müller was promoted to technical chairman in early January.”