The Korea Football Association (KFA), which is looking for ‘Post Bento’, is busy moving. The KFA, which narrowed down the list centering on the new head of the Power Reinforcement Committee, Michael Müller (Germany), is expected to appoint a new coach for the Korean national soccer team in early March at the earliest after contacting with candidates for coaching by February.
According to the soccer world on the 8th, the association is in full swing after holding the first meeting of the Power Reinforcement Committee on the 25th of last month and appointing a new command tower.
After the contract with coach Paulo Bento expired after the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar, the association formed a new power reinforcement committee and is looking for a new coach.
In a press conference held on the 11th of last month, Chairman Muller cited expertise, experience as a manager, motivation, and teamwork as the conditions for the appointment of a new leader.
With Chairman Müller at the center, six members of the Power Reinforcement Committee, including Park Tae-ha, Korea Professional Football Federation Technical Committee Chairman, Cho Seong-hwan, Incheon United coach, and Choi Yoon-gyeom, Cheongju FC coach, are continuing discussions to appoint a coach to lead the Taegeuk Warriors.
The KFA plans to finalize contact with the command tower candidates that it has set as a priority by this month at the latest.
We are currently in contact with the commanders little by little according to priorities, and if this work is completed by February, the outline of the director will be revealed to some extent in early March.
In the A-match against Colombia scheduled in Korea on the 24th of next month (place and time undecided), it is expected that the new coach will be able to see the Korean players commanding from the bench.
Korea will play its first match against Colombia (24th) during the A match in March, and will play its second friendly against another South American country (undecided) on the 28th, four days later.
Some are concerned that the process of appointing a manager is too late, but a head coach who will lead Korean football will be decided in early March or at the latest in mid-March.
Meanwhile, KFA is conducting all future processes behind closed doors, taking into account the special nature of the negotiations for appointing the national team manager. 토토사이트
He did not comment on Jose Bordalas (Spain), former Valencia coach, and Chichi, former Brazil national team coach, who were recently talked about by foreign media.
Many fans are curious about who will be chosen as the new coach of the Korean national soccer team, which received a lot of applause after reaching the round of 16 at the Qatar World Cup.