Senior Klinsmann, ‘home country’ Germany-AFC hot issue… “Brilliant return”

When Jurgen Klinsmann (58) made an official announcement about the appointment of the Korean national football team as head coach, his home country Germany put a lot of light on it.

German media ‘Buld’ said on the 27th (Korean time), “Director Klinsmann has returned to the director’s seat. After leaving Hertha Berlin in February 2020, exactly three years have passed since I took the lead of the Korean national team. A splendid comeback.”

Earlier on the same day, the Korea Football Association (KFA) announced that “head coach Klinsmann has been appointed as the new head coach of the national soccer team.”

The contract period between coach Klinsman and the association is about 3 years and 5 months from March to the 2026 World Cup finals in North and Central America. The salary was not disclosed according to the agreement of both parties메이저사이트

The association said, “The coaching staff who will assist the coach will be discussed with Klinsman sooner or later to be finalized.”

The new manager’s debut match is a friendly match against Colombia to be held in Ulsan on the 24th of next month.

Former soccer player coach Klinsmann is a ‘legendary German striker’.

He played for Bayern Munich, Stuttgart, Inter Milan, and Tottenham Hotspur. He was also active in the German national team. He played 108 A matches and scored 47 goals. In particular, he is the ‘winner’ of the 1990 World Cup in Italy. He scored three goals and won the trophy for West Germany at the time.

In 2004, coach Klinsmann took the helm of the German national team and entered the path of leadership. The German national team, which was on a downward curve at the time, rose to third place in the 2006 World Cup in Germany under the Klinsmann system.

After the tournament, coach Klinsman moved to the club team. He commanded Munich. However, due to his poor performance, he did not complete the full year and resigned from his position.

Coach Klinsman also led the U.S. national soccer team. He assumed the position in July 2011 and held the position until November 2016. He led a team for the longest time in his personal career. In the process, he wrote remarkable results, such as winning the Gold Cup in 2013 and advancing to the round of 16 at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.

However, as a manager after that, he did not produce any noticeable results. In November 2019, he was put into Bundesliga Hertha Berlin as a firefighter, but after being hardened after two months, he was unemployed until the announcement of the appointment by the Korea Football Association that day.

‘Built’ highlighted only Klins, who returned as ‘national team manager’ after a long absence. The media said, “Korea is the third national team coached by Klinsman,” and “he will lead Korea until the 2026 World Cup in North and Central America. He explained that it is a team centered on ‘superstar’ Son Heung-min (31, Tottenham).”

Along with another German media, ‘Kicker’, the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) also reported the news of Klinsmann’s return to national team coaching after three years.

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