‘Mental’ rocking voice of criticism, Klinsmann himself came forward…”Meeting with the players”

South Korea’s national team coach Jurgen Klinsmann met with reporters before entering training at the Al-Egla Training Center in Doha, Qatar on the 21st and said, “I’m going to have a meeting while talking to the players.” 토토사이트 순위

The mood of the Clinsman team, which is set to win the title for the first time in 64 years since 1960, is quite different from the beginning of the championship. The “super-luxury corps” without any injuries raised expectations for the upcoming championship. However, the team is continuing its journey to the Asian Cup of the Association of Asian Football Associations (AFC) as it has been hampered not only by injuries but also by performance.

South Korea’s momentum has been dampened since the second Group E match against Jordan (ranked 87th in FIFA) on the 20th. In the first match, they defeated Bahrain (ranked 86th) 3-1 to announce a fresh start, but they drew 2-2 against Jordan. Hwang In-beom (Zvezda) induced the opponent’s own goal in extra time in the second half, which was heavily defeated 1-2, avoiding the “loss” in the winter.

It was close to a graduation match. He recorded seven shots on target out of 16 shots, but made only one goal excluding penalty kicks. He outpaced Jordan in most of the shots, including ball occupancy rate (64 percent), but failed to unravel the clue of his offense. He struggled due to strong pressure from the opponent team and counterattacks. He secured one point, but the mood was not as good as it could be.

The public criticism that went beyond criticism hit the Cleansman Lake. Public opinion has been formed that refers to a specific player as the main culprit behind graduation matches. Voices that shake “mental” such as left fullback Lee Ki-je and frontline striker Cho Kyu-sung, and Park Yong-woo who allowed an own goal to be tied are increasing as more and more competitions are held. It is the same fate as a professional player, but it is an issue that negatively affects the team’s mood.

The head coach himself stepped up. Klinsmann, a German legend, might have been in a similar situation when he was a player at major tournaments. Klinsmann, who communicates with the players frequently and exchanges opinions, arranged for a meeting with the players on Wednesday rather than intuitively watching the Group F match between Saudi Arabia and Kyrgyzstan, which is highly likely to meet at a tournament.

“I will stay at the hotel and have some time to talk with the players, including interviews,” Klinsmann said. “I hope the players will enjoy this moment as much as possible. The most important thing is to think about how they can develop their performance on their own.” The Klinsmann team, which regressed itself against Jordan through recovery training on Monday, will take a full rest on Tuesday. It will also play the final group match against Malaysia on Wednesday.

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