Jürgen Klinsmann, head coach of the South Korean men’s national soccer team, is juggling a busy off-field schedule ahead of the A-Match.
The South Korean men’s national soccer team will play a series of away A matches in Europe in September. On September 8, they will face Wales in Cardiff, Wales, and on September 13, they will face Saudi Arabia in Newcastle, England.
The 25-man roster for the A-Match was announced on August 28. Until the June A-Match, the roster was announced and a press conference was held to hear the head coach’s thoughts on the roster, but starting with the A-Match, the press conference will be replaced by a press release with comments from the head coach, except during the tournament 바카라사이트.
Instead of a press conference, Klinsmann, who has been working from home in the United States, has been busy before the A-Match. His schedule is full. On the 26th, an exclusive interview with Klinsmann was published by the British media outlet The Mirror. He advised Tottenham Hotspur and Bayern Munich junior Harry Kane on the importance of integrating into the Bayern culture.
After the roster announcement, he also appeared on ESPN, where he has been making regular appearances lately. In a YouTube video posted to the ESPN FC channel on Tuesday, Klinsmann commented on Tottenham’s exit from the Carabao Cup in England, Robert Lewandowski’s recent comments and more. He also chatted with the rest of the cast as Kane was seen eating sausages and beer at a club event while wearing a traditional German lederhosen.
Now comes the European leg. As previously announced in a video media conference, he will serve as an advisor to the European Football Association (UEFA). He will attend UEFA meetings and watch the UEFA Champions League (UCL) group draw at 1 a.m. ET on September 1. “I personally watch a lot of the UEFA Champions League,” Klinsmann said, adding that he believes it’s important to have an international perspective and stay abreast of modern football.
Once the UEFA event is over, it’s time to meet the Korean players. After checking the European players, the team will travel to Wales for the A-Match. The players who are active in the K League will gather separately in Korea on the 4th and depart for Wales.