Klinsmann watches K League for second day in a row… Was he aware of criticism?


Jürgen Klinsmann, the men’s national soccer team coach who has been criticized for working from home overseas and for his lack of humility, watched back-to-back K League matches.

Klinsmann watched the match between Jeonbuk Hyundai and Gangwon FC on the 16th, followed by the match between FC Seoul and Gwangju FC on the 17th. He was seen watching the game with coach Cha Doo-ri.

Klinsmann likely checked on Seoul forward Na Sang-ho and Gwangju midfielder Lee Soon-min, who started the game. Lee earned his first call-up to the national team in September for an away match in Europe.

Watching the game was seen as a move to prevent the criticism from worsening. Klinsmann hinted at the move when he arrived in the country on Thursday, saying, “I think I’ll see you guys in the K League at the weekend.”바카라

Earlier, Klinsmann faced harsh criticism when he said he would stay in Europe to check on overseas players and strategize with the coaching staff after England’s September A matches against Wales and Saudi Arabia, including a trip to watch the German Bundesliga’s Munich-Leverkusen match featuring Kim Min-jae (Bayern Munich).

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