‘Jeonju → Suwon → Pohang’ Klinsman’s wide move, clearing the controversy over ‘working from home’

Jurgen Klinsmann (59), coach of the national soccer team, is quelling the ‘telecommuting’ controversy by walking around the K-League in the east and west.

Coach Klinsman, who finished his A-match schedule in March, boarded a plane to Europe last month. Heung-Min Son (Tottenham), Min-Jae Kim (Napoli), Jae-Sung Lee (Mainz), etc. Coach Klinsman returned to Korea on the 26th of last month after a busy schedule, such as watching their games in turn and then talking.

At the time of arrival, coach Klinsman, who faced the reporters, said, “I plan to watch as many games as possible and check the players before the announcement of the call-up list in June. There is also an opportunity for players who have shown a good performance recently to be called up anew,” he hinted.

When coach Klinsman was in Europe, technical advisor Cha Doo-ri and coach Michael Kim, members of the national coaching staff, toured the K-League scene. However, coach Klinsman visited the K-League site without a break. On the day of arrival, I went straight from Incheon to Jeonju, where Jeonbuk Hyundai and Daejeon Hana Citizen were to play 온라인카지노.

Even on weekends, he was constantly on the move. On the 29th of last month, he watched the match between Suwon FC and FC Seoul in Suwon, and the next day, he went over to Pohang to watch the match between Pohang Steelers and Incheon United. Adviser Cha Du-ri and coach Michael Kim also accompanied him.

It is the exact opposite of what the telecommuting controversy arose in the first place. Coach Klinsmann led the German national team for two years from 2004, while working at his home in California, USA. The German football world also criticized Klinsmann’s way of working. He was one of the biggest concerns when he took the lead in Korea, but he is clearing the public’s worries by running around the K-League field.

He also recently set up a residence in Seoul. Coach Klinsman, who initially stayed at a hotel in Seoul, found a house in Seoul considering communication with the Korea Football Association (KFA) and living conditions of his family, unlike former coach Paulo Bento (Portugal), who lived in Goyang.

Coach Klinsman, who started ‘Living in Seoul’ in earnest, is expected to diligently navigate the K-League scene in the future. This month, he plans to select players that suit him by personally observing up to the K-League 2 stage in preparation for the 2nd consecutive match in June (Peru and El Salvador).

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