“Legendary goal against Korea in the 1994 World Cup”… Jurgen Klinsmann emerges as the next national football team coach
German footballer Jurgen Klinsmann (59), who scored the legendary Wonder Goal against Korea in the group stage of the 1994 World Cup in the United States, has emerged as the next coach of the Korean national football team.
On the 22nd (Korean time), German soccer media Kicker reported that “former US national team coach Klinsmann is a candidate for the new Korean national team coach.” The media said, “Currently, the Korea Football Association (KFA) is in talks with Klinsman.”
Kicker predicts that Cha Doo-ri, head of FC Seoul’s Youth Enhancement Office, has built a bridge between Klinsman and the Chukhyup. At the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, Chief Cha worked as a member of the International Football Federation (FIFA) Technology Research Group (TSG). Referring to Cha Doo-ri’s activities as a member of TSG, the media predicted that “Cha Doo-ri would have built a bridge between Klinsman and Korea.”
Klinsmann, a former German football striker, scored three goals in the 1990 World Cup in Italy during his prime and helped Germany (then West Germany) win the championship. Klinsmann also lifted the trophy at Euro 1996.
In addition, he is familiar to Korean soccer fans because he scored a wonder goal against South Korea in the group stage of the 1994 World Cup in the United States. At that time, Klinsman, who received a pass in front of the gate, put a sensuous turning shot with a light two-touch, giving Korea a 2-3 defeat.
Looking at the club record, Klinsmann won the top scorer in the 87-88 season Bundesliga Stuttgart uniform. In addition, he is also a club senior to Son Heung-min (31, Tottenham Hotspur) as he played for Tottenham Hotspur in the English Premier League in the 1994-95 season. While playing for Tottenham, he also won the FWA Player of the Year award먹튀검증.
After retiring, Klinsmann took on the path of coaching the German national football team in 2004. At the 2006 World Cup in Germany, he placed his country in 3rd place. From 2011 to 2016, he coached the U.S. national soccer team, and during his tenure, he led the team to the round of 16 at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.
In addition, Klinsmann was strongly mentioned as the manager of the Japanese national soccer team after the 2018 World Cup in Russia, but it was also dismissed.
Currently, Klinsmann does not hold the managerial position and is living as a barbarian.
Meanwhile, it is reported that Roberto Moreno (46), who was mentioned as the next Korean national soccer coach, turned down the offer to coach the Korean national soccer team.