Korean national football team coach Jurgen Klinsmann will meet in person with Kim Min-jae (Napoli), a key defender of the national team in Italy. Attention is focused on whether Director Klinsman will be able to take care of the wounds of Kim Min-jae, who recently confessed that he was “mentally broken down.”
Coach Klinsman, who left for Europe to directly check the performance of overseas players, will host the 2022-23 European Football Federation (UEFA) Champions League (UCL) between Napoli and AC Milan (Italy) to be held at the Diego Armando Maradona Stadium in Naples on the 19th (Korean time). Watch the 2nd leg of the quarterfinals.
Kim Min-jae cannot play in this game due to accumulated warnings, but coach Klinsman plans to meet Kim Min-jae separately after the game and have a sincere conversation.
Previously, after finishing the A match in March, Kim Min-jae said, “It’s hard to break down mentally,” and “I want to focus only on my team,” causing considerable controversy. Some even questioned whether Min-jae Kim was retiring from his national team.
Afterwards, Kim Min-jae officially apologized, saying, “The meaning of hardship was misrepresented,” but there are still many worried eyes from some.
In fact, Kim Min-jae made a mistake in the first game he played after convening the national team, and the team lost 0-4, and in the first leg of the UCL quarterfinals, he protested and received a warning, showing a somewhat shaken appearance.
Accordingly, coach Klinsman plans to listen to his grievances and help as a senior in the soccer world at this meeting with Kim Min-jae for the first time since the national team call.
An official from the Korea Football Association (KFA) said, “Coach Klinsman didn’t go to Europe because of this issue, but he thinks the conversation with Kim Min-jae is important. He wanted to help Min-jae Kim from before.” I conveyed the message that I would instill a message of trust and anticipation because I am behind you.”
He added,온라인바카라 “Coach Klinsman has the passion to talk a lot with the players without showing signs of difficulty even in the forced march leading to England-Scotland-Italy-Germany.”
Meanwhile, coach Klinsmann has a busy schedule, attending meetings as a member of the UEFA advisory committee and attending a medal ceremony invited by former German Chancellor Angela Merkel in his spare time to look at overseas fans.