Coach Jurgen Klinsmann of the national soccer team will watch a K-League 2 match in preparation for an A-match in June.
An official from the Korea Football Association said on the 28th, “Coach Klinsman plans to watch the K League 2 game in person early next month.”
Klinsman participated in the ‘Minister of Education and Korea Football Association business agreement ceremony for revitalization of school sports and support for Neulbom School’ held at Balsan Elementary School in Incheon on the 28th along with coach Colin Bell of the women’s soccer team.
Coach Klinsman, who played an 8-on-8 mini-game with Balsan Elementary School students after the business agreement ceremony, played a friendly match with Coach Bell, scoring one goal each.
Previously, director Klinsman returned home through Incheon International Airport on the 26th after a 10-day tour of Europe.
In order to prepare for the June A match against Peru and El Salvador, he met with key players such as Son Heung-min and Kim Min-jae and conducted interviews to check his physical condition.
He also expressed his intention to change generations of the national team. Coach Klinsman said at a press conference on arrival, “We plan to watch as many games as possible before the list is announced and check the players. New players can be called up, and we need to open up opportunities for players who have shown good performances to come to the national team.”ㅋㅋㅋ벳
He continued, “I will give young players a chance. I will try to observe many players because I still have time.”
Coach Klinsman plans to look for K League 1 matches as well as K League 2 matches. First, on the 29th and 30th, we will watch K-League matches.
According to association officials, he will watch the Suwon FC-FC Seoul game on the 29th and go down to Pohang on the 30th to watch the Pohang Steelers and Incheon United match.
On the 5th of next month, he will participate in the presidential office invitation event and watch the K-League 2 game on the 6th. The specific match has not yet been decided.