‘A shocking comeback as the coach of the Korean national team.’
It was the expression of the British daily newspaper The Sun. The Korea Football Association officially announced on the 27th the appointment of Jurgen Klinsmann (58) from Germany as coach. The contract period with coach Klinsman 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 parties.
The coaching staff who will assist the coach will soon be decided after discussing with Klinsman and the Korea Football Association토토사이트. It was also a condition of his contract to live in Korea during his tenure. Coach Klinsman plans to return to Korea sometime next week and begin his full-fledged activities as the coach of the Korean national team. His debut match is a friendly match against Colombia to be held in Ulsan on the 24th of next month.
Coach Klinsmann said, “I am very happy and honored to be the head coach of the Korean national soccer team. I am well aware that the Korean national team has been constantly developing and producing results over a long period of time. From coach Guus Hiddink to former coach Paulo Bento, the Korean national team has been “I am honored to follow in the footsteps of the great coaches who have directed the 2026 Asian Cup and the 2026 World Cup. I will do my best to ensure successful results.”
Unlike the splendid days of active service, there were ups and downs after the leader transformation. He also led the German national team to third place in the 2006 World Cup in Germany and reached the round of 16 in the 2014 World Cup in Brazil with the US national team, but apart from this, there were more failures and controversies. He stepped down from Hertha Berlin in 2019 after 10 weeks is still a cubic up and down climb. Coach Klinsman, who had been living in the wild for three years, served as a technical committee member at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar and returned to the international stage as the coach of the Korean national team. The Sun said, “Coach Klinsman, who was a savage for three years, made a shocking comeback as the coach of the Korean national team. He became Son Heung-min’s national team manager,’ he explained.