Appointment of Klinsman without discussion-sharing, why is there a committee?

“I didn’t even hear who the candidate was.”

German head coach Jürgen Klinsmann (59), who is worth the name, was appointed to the vacant soccer team coaching tower. On the 27th, the Korea Football Association announced the appointment of Klinsman and said that he had signed a contract for 3 years and 5 months until the 2026 World Cup finals in North and Central America.

The long search for a successor to Paulo Bento has come to an end. As domestic prestigious coaches withdrew due to environmental changes and burdens caused by advancing to the round of 16 at the 2022 Qatar World Cup, German Michael Müller, head of the National Power Enhancement Committee, moved behind the scenes and concluded that only Klins was transfused.

However, in this process, members of the Power Reinforcement Committee were mere ornaments. It was all about appointing coaches who lead the K-League and university teams as committee members and holding the first meeting via video on the 25th of last month. Even if it was Chairman Mueller’s policy to keep the appointment process completely confidential토토사이트, it was necessary to at least share it with members, but there was no such thing.

While it was tightly hidden, various director candidates came out. From former Leeds United manager Marcelo Bielsa to former Vissel Kobe manager Thorsten Fink and former Morocco manager Vahid Halilhodzic, it is difficult to list. They used the Korean manager theory to raise their ransom and take over other teams, but others showed a sincere desire to take over Korea.

An official who knows coach Pink said, “Director Pink appeared in the Korean media and expressed his will, but he was actually interested. I haven’t heard of any percussion,” he said.

The same goes for former Spanish coach Roberto Moreno, and it is said that Moreno’s personal information has already been delivered to the Football Association in January. As expected, Moreno was also very interested in Korea, but the Korea Football Association did not pay much attention.

Only Klins was selected in a complicated process. Leaving behind Klinsman’s leadership and qualities, the appointment process was opaque. No matter how secretly he proceeded, at least the committee members should have known about the candidate group or the candidate’s tendencies, but they did not know anything.

One member, on the premise of anonymity, said, “The national team coach must identify and select players through communication in the future, whether in the K-League or university. However, they suddenly informed me that they were appointing a director. Is it that difficult to share information?”

It is said that the members were notified with 30 minutes left for the official announcement. Even if it was unavoidable to maintain security, it was important to have a discussion time about the new director, but the procedure was ignored again this time. An important task has fallen on the Football Association: how to present a coach who has been crooked from the start and has a lot of negative public opinion in front of the public.

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