‘Jeonju-Seoul visit announced’ Klinsmann, will he receive cheers and applause from fans at the K-League site, which had been ignored?

Will Korean national soccer team coach Jürgen Klinsmann be able to receive a welcome greeting from fans at a professional soccer K-League stadium?아톰카지노

The Korea Football Association announced on the 15th that Coach Klinsmann will visit Jeonju World Cup Stadium tomorrow (16th) to watch the game between Jeonbuk Hyundai and Gangwon FC, and then watch the game between FC Seoul and Gwangju FC at Seoul World Cup Stadium on the 17th.

This weekend, 6 games of the 30th round of K League 1 will be played. Among them, Coach Klinsmann will visit Jeonbuk and Gangwon, Seoul and Gwangju. Both games are scheduled to kick off at 2 p.m. He led the national team to play Wales in England on the 8th

. Coach Klinsmann, who played an international match against Saudi Arabia on the 13th, was originally scheduled to stay in Europe. He was scheduled to go straight from England to Germany to watch the match between Bayern Munich, Kim Min-jae’s team, and Leverkusen. However, Coach Klinsmann suddenly left

. The schedule was changed and he returned home with the national team on the 15th. At a press conference held at Incheon Airport, Coach Klinsmann first joked about the reason for the sudden change in schedule, saying, “Didn’t you guys ask you to come in?”
This was an answer that he was completely unaware of or pretended not to know about the domestic public opinion that had worsened due to his words and actions. Coach Klinsmann has lost the trust of fans due to his actions unbecoming of a national team coach, not only breaking his promise to reside in Korea, but also neglecting the K-League.

Coach Klinsmann then added, “That’s not true, the Korea Football Association said that in Korea, when the national team returns from an away trip, many reporters will be waiting for them. So, I’m going to come in and talk about my future plans.” He eventually revealed that it was not his own will, but the association’s call.

Rather, Coach Klinsmann said with a bright smile, “When I worked in Germany or the United States, I rarely had so many people welcome me when I went overseas. It was a new experience to be welcomed by so many people, especially after a friendly match like this.” .

Moreover, when asked about the next departure schedule, Coach Klinsmann said, “I plan to watch a few games here and then return to Europe to watch several games,” and emphasized, “I have already clearly made a plan to prepare for the October international match.”

[Photo] Provided by the Korea Professional Football League

[Photo] Provided by the Korea Professional Football League

In particular, when asked, ‘Can we say that our future depends on the results of the Asian Cup?’, he said, “When preparing for a big tournament, it is important for everyone to have a positive mind. This includes all fans, media, and players. If not, there will only be criticism. He also warned, “You either fire the director or you end up doing whatever you want.”

He continued, “The national team desperately needs help from fans and media to create a positive atmosphere in the process of preparing for a big tournament. If that doesn’t work properly, we will end up like Germany during the last World Cup.” He added, “During the preparation for the World Cup, we were overflowing with negative stories and ultimately failed. Basically, “Everyone must be of one mind. If we fail, blame the director, whether he fires us or not,” he emphasized.

Coach Klinsmann’s airport interview was something that could be quite uncomfortable for fans depending on what they heard. This is because the continued negative public opinion among fans could ultimately affect the national team’s performance in the Asian Cup. The director’s own actions were completely overlooked.

This can also be seen in the content related to the uniform Aaron Ramsey received for his son in the match against Wales. Director Klinsmann said, “To be honest, I don’t understand. I don’t know why that is a reprehensible action.”

[Photo] Provided by the Korea Professional Football League

[Photo] Provided by the Korea Professional Football League
Coach Klinsmann seemed to have neglected his national team duties and drew 0-0 with Wales, who played as a 1.5 team. This means that he failed to recognize that Coach Klinsmann himself, who failed to secure a win in 5 games (3 draws, 2 losses) and became the worst manager ever to have his first win, became the target of even greater public opinion.

You can now see for yourself how much Coach Klinsmann’s interview has turned the negative public opinion of fans around. Indeed, we can see to what extent K League fans agree with Coach Klinsmann’s words and actions.

Coach Klinsmann visited not only K League 1 but also K League 2 stadiums at the beginning of his tenure with the national team. He seemed to be carrying out his words of watching and learning about Korean culture and the K-League.

For this reason, Coach Klinsmann received a warm welcome from fans. As he had a brilliant time as a player, he meant to lead the national team well as a coach. I am curious to see how the sentiment of fans who will see Coach Klinsmann in person this weekend for the first time in almost three months will be revealed

Leave a Reply