Jurgen Klinsmann (59, Germany), who was appointed as the new coach of the Korean national soccer team, arrives at Incheon International Airport at 5:20 am on the 8th.
According to the Korea Football Association on the 4th, coach Klinsman is scheduled to reveal his impressions of his inauguration through a brief interview at his arrival hall. The official inauguration press conference will be held at a hotel in downtown Seoul on the 9th.
Afterwards, he plans to take on the role of manager in earnest ahead of the warm-up game against Colombia on the 24th.
Coach Klinsmann is a world-class striker who tasted the 1990 Italian World Cup victory as a German (then West German) national team during his playing days. He also scored 2 goals against our national team in the 1994 World Cup in USA.
After his active retirement, he made his name known as a manager by leading Germany (2004-2006) and the US National Soccer Team (2011-2015).스포츠토토
As coach of the German national team, he finished third at the 2006 World Cup held in his home country. He won the 2013 North and Central America Championships in the US National Team and advanced to the round of 16 at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.
Although he is considered the best coach of the national team in terms of ‘value for name’, there are definitely things that need to be verified, such as a 3-year hiatus as a manager.
Immediately after his appointment, coach Klinsman said through the Korea Football Association, “I am very happy and honored to be the head coach of the Korean national soccer team. I am well aware that the Korean national team has been constantly developing and producing results over a long period of time.” I feel honored to be following in the footsteps of great coaches who have directed Korea in the past, including Bento.”
“I will do my best to achieve successful results in the upcoming Asian Cup and 2026 World Cup,” he promised.