Jürgen Klinsmann, the coach of the Korean men’s national soccer team, watched a professional soccer K-League game for the first time in about three months.
Coach Klinsmann watched the K League 1 game between Jeonbuk Hyundai and Gangwon FC held at Jeonju World Cup Stadium in Jeonbuk on the 16th with coach Du-ri Cha.
An official from the Korea Football Association said, “Coach Klinsmann met with Jeonbuk advisor Roberto DiMatteo for about 30 minutes before the start of the game, talked about players who could be selected for the national team from Jeonbuk, and shared his views and opinions on Korean soccer.” He said.
This is the first time Coach Klinsmann has visited the K-League stadium in about three months since the match between Suwon Samsung and FC Seoul on June 24.
Later, at the end of July,메이저사이트 he also personally watched a friendly match between Team K League and Atletico Madrid (Spain).
Coach Klinsmann was originally scheduled to finish the Saudi Arabia game held in Newcastle, England on the 13th and then move to Germany to watch the game between Bayern Munich and Leverkusen, but he changed his plans and boarded a flight to Korea arriving at Incheon International Airport on the 14th.
This can be interpreted as a measure taken in consideration of public criticism that he has only stayed in Korea for about 2 months out of the 6 months since he took charge of the Korean national team in February of this year.
Coach Klinsmann will visit Seoul World Cup Stadium on the 17th to watch the match between Seoul and Gwangju FC.