Park Hang-seo “I don’t intend to supervise Korea and Vietnam”

Park Hang-seo (66), former head coach of the Vietnam national soccer team, temporarily returned to Korea after completing a 5-year partnership with Vietnamese soccer. He said, “I have the stamina to work in the field for two or three more years토토사이트. I also got consent from his family,” he said, indicating his intention to continue his leadership career.

After returning to Korea via Incheon International Airport on the afternoon of the 14th, former director Park said, “I have no intention of playing a role as a director in the field in Korea or Vietnam.” I have an idea,” he said. He will return to Vietnam on the 16th after completing his broadcasting schedule.

On the 17th of last month, in a non-face-to-face interview with domestic media, former coach Park, who said, “I also have thoughts of participating in the field of Vietnamese youth football,” said, “There have been offers from various provinces. However, it is not easy for Koreans to lead the youth soccer business in Vietnam,” he said. “There are many proposals, but nothing has progressed. However, I am trying to establish a link with Vietnamese youth football.”

In addition, former coach Park emphasized that the ‘belief’ that it was not desirable that the Korea Football Association nominated Michael Müller (58) as the head of the national team’s power reinforcement committee was still there. When asked again that day, former coach Park said, “I don’t know the atmosphere in Korea, but I have convictions about the technical committee. It is my opinion that a native person should do it,” he said forcefully.

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