All 25 players in attendance, focus on improving form
Wales on Aug. 8…looking for first win for the national team
Reporter Kim Jin-yup = South Korea’s men’s national soccer team held its first full training session since Jürgen Klinsmann took over as head coach in September.
The Korea Football Association announced on Sept. 6 that it had uploaded a video of the men’s A team’s first full training session.
The video shows all 25 members of the September A match roster training together at the Cardiff International Sports Campus the previous day.
It wasn’t much different from any other A-Match first call-up. The players lay in a circle, stretching and warming up.
Central defender Kim Min-jae, who has become an integral part of the team since his move to Bayern Munich (Germany), warmed up after missing the June A match due to basic military training, while Jeonbuk Hyundai forward Moon Sun-min helped his teammates stretch.
We also got to see Coach Cha Doo-ri, who recently changed roles at Klinsmann Lake.
Initially, Cha was an advisor to the national team, but from this trip to the Asian Cup in Qatar next year, he will serve as a coach. In the video, he can be seen next to Klinsmann discussing training with the coaching staff.
The coaches chant “more attention” and ask the players to take their training more seriously.
We saw the likes of striker Cho Kyu-sung (Meatwillan), central defense duo Kim Young-kwon and Jeong Seung-hyun (Ulsan Hyundai), and midfielder Lee Soon-min, who received his first call-up to the A team for his performance at Gwangju FC.
In addition, Europeans Lee Jae-sung (Mainz), Hwang Hee-chan (Wolverhampton), and Son Heung-min (Tottenham), who are all key resources for the national team, are shown dribbling with smiles on their faces.
Hong Hyun-seok (Hent), who had been on fire with two goals in one game for his club just before the call-up, was also training with a smile on his face.
Afterward, the players chanted “One more time~” together during a group run to lift the mood, showing that they were doing their best to get Klinsmann’s first win. Klinsmann has yet to win a game since his arrival, with two draws and two losses in four matches.온라인카지노
Klinsmann’s first match of September will be against Wales at the Cardiff City Stadium in Wales on Sept. 8 at 3:45 a.m. The team will then travel to Newcastle, England. They then move to St. James’ Park in Newcastle, England, for the second leg against Saudi Arabia at 1:30 a.m. on Sept. 13.