Its Klinsmann, “Criticism is a Coach’s Fate

Klinsmann, Criticism is a coach’s fate…the goal is to win the Asian Cup

BBC worries, “Is Klinsmann’s time without victory coming to an end?”

“It is the director’s fate to be criticized.

We will be properly evaluated during the Asian Cup.”

Korean National Soccer Team

Korean national soccer team coach Jurgen Klinsmann accepted the ‘bitterness’ directed at him as fate and expressed his determination

to receive a proper evaluation at the 2023 Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Asian Cup to be held in Qatar in January and February next year.

The Korean national soccer team, led by Coach Klinsmann, will play the first match of a two-game international match against Wales in September at 3:45 a.m. Korean time at Cardiff City Stadium in Wales, England, on the 8th.

Since taking office, Coach Klinsmann desperately needs a victory as he has only had a draw (2 draws, 2 losses) in 4 international matches. 바카라사이트

Moreover, with the criticism of ‘remote control command’ and ‘working from home’

growing louder as players stay overseas longer than at home,

there is pressure to produce results that are different from previous A matches.

However, Coach Klinsmann seems to place greater emphasis on winning the Asian Cup,

which he promised when taking charge of the Korean national team.

Coach Jurgen Klinsmann spoke about the recent criticism directed at him at the official press conference for the Wales match held on the 6th local time.

In a press conference video released by Internet media outlets such as ‘Football Daily’,

Coach Klinsmann said, “I think the national team played well in the last four A matches,”

“The national team’s game management style, which did not win,

but dominated the game overall.” “It was satisfactory,” he said.

“I want to see the team improve with each game, and I also desperately want to win,” he said. “But victory must come at the Asian Cup.

Asian Cup

Korea has not won the Asian Cup for over 60 years.

“(Winning the Asian Cup) is our true goal,” he emphasized.

Coach Klinsmann continued, “Even if we had won the first four games, there would always have been criticism.

Criticism is the director’s destiny.

“I have no choice but to always live with criticism,” he said. “Criticism itself does not bother me.

That has been accumulated as a good experience so far.

“I saw the team grow step by step through criticism,” he explained.

In particular, he said, “I know very well that social media (social networking service) in Korea is fierce.

“People around me give me a lot of advice,” he said. “I know very well what our national team should do now and what we should strive to achieve.

“The true evaluation will come from the Asian Cup in Qatar,” he emphasized.

Meanwhile, the British public broadcaster BBC also attracted attention by publishing an article highlighting Coach Klinsmann, who has yet to win since taking office.

On the 7th, the BBC reported in an article titled “Is Klinsmann’s time without a win coming to an end?”

“Coach Klinsmann has not only failed to win an international match over the past six months,

but is also under pressure in the way he leads the national team.”

The media said, “Coach Klinsmann has only stayed in Korea for 67 days over the past six months,” he said.

“This does not fit well with the Korean work culture, and the announcement of the national team roster has been replaced

with a press release without a press conference, raising voices of criticism.” Pointed out.

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