Paulo Bento, 54, will get his first win before Jürgen Klinsmann, 59, does. Following Klinsmann’s unacceptable behavior and comments during his time in charge of the South Korean national soccer team, fans in Korea are eager to see how Bento, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) national team coach, will fare in his first game.
Klinsmann’s men will face Saudi Arabia at 1:30 a.m. KST on Sept. 13 at St. James’ Park in Newcastle, England, in the second of two September A matches.메이저사이트
Klinsmann, who took over in March, has yet to secure a win in five matches, drawing three and losing two, including a 0-0 draw against Wales on Aug. 8. Furthermore, despite playing an attacking style of soccer, they have only scored four goals in five games.
Furthermore, Klinsmann disappointed with a dismal performance against Wales. With Wales fielding a 1.5-man squad due to Euro qualifying, the Welsh managed just four shots (one on target) despite fielding almost all Europeans, including Son Heung-min (Tottenham), Kim Min-jae (Bayern Munich), Hwang Hee-chan (Wolverhampton), and Lee Jae-sung (Mainz), with the exception of Lee Kang-in, who plays for Paris Saint-Germain (PSG). There was not a single shot in the box.
Jürgen Klinsmann (59), the new head coach of the South Korean national football team, held his official press conference at the National Training Center (NFC) in Paju, Gyeonggi-do, on the afternoon of March 9.Klinsmann poses for a photo before the press conference.
On the afternoon of the 22nd, a press conference was held at the Jongno-gu Football Hall in Seoul, South Korea, with head coach Klinsmann and the coaching staff. Korean national team coach Klinsmann answers questions from the press.
An official press conference was held on Thursday afternoon at the media center located at the Qatar International Convention Center in Doha, Qatar, for the round of 16 match between South Korea and Brazil at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.Coach Bento listens to questions…
It was a game that left many wondering if Klinsmann had the right players. The midfield was virtually eliminated and there was no detailed tactics. It was a frustrating first half as the side and center did not work together.
The game ended 0-0, but Klinsmann didn’t seem to mind. In fact, he sparked controversy when he appeared to demand a jersey from his opponent Aaron Ramsey to address his son’s needs.
In an interview with local reporters in England, Klinsmann responded to the negative publicity surrounding him by saying, “If they don’t like it, they can find another manager. I don’t care,” he said in an interview with British reporters, sounding rather threatening.
It is in this atmosphere that Bento will make his debut with the UAE national team in a friendly against Costa Rica at 0:00 a.m. on Wednesday. This is an hour and a half earlier than the match between South Korea and Saudi Arabia.
Bento was named head coach of the United Arab Emirates in July. There were local reports that he could take charge of the national teams of his native Portugal or Poland, but the deal was never finalized. His contract with the UAE runs until the 2026 FIFA World Cup in North and Central America. Bento’s delayed signing means he’ll finally get to make his debut.
On the afternoon of the 22nd, during the ‘2018 K League 1 (Classic)’ match between FC Seoul and Pohang Steelers at the World Cup Stadium in Seoul, the new head coach of the South Korean national football team, Paulo Bento, watched the game with officials and 있다.
Jürgen Klinsmann (59), the new head coach of the South Korean national football team, held an official press conference on the afternoon of March 9 at the National Training Center (NFC) in Paju, Gyeonggi-do.Klinsmann, the new head coach of the South Korean national football team, attends the press conference and answers questions from the media.
Bento coached the South Korean national team from August 2018 until the 2022 World Cup in Qatar. He is the predecessor of Klinsmann. At the beginning of his tenure, Bento received some criticism for his selfish selection of players. However, he gradually changed public opinion with his clear tactics and direction, eventually reaching the round of 16 at the Qatar World Cup.
Most importantly, Bento was based in Korea and showed respect for the K League and Korean culture, which contrasted with Klinsmann. Many fans were disappointed when Bento left South Korea after negotiations with the Korean Football Association broke down.
Many local fans still have a soft spot for Bento and are hoping for a UAE victory. The UAE could be one of the stumbling blocks for South Korea as they look to win their first title in 64 years at the Asian Cup next January.
Especially since the Asian Cup will be held in Qatar next January, where Middle Eastern teams could be even more dominant. The pressure will be on Bento, who knows South Korea well. Bento’s touting of the UAE national team may not be good news for South Korea.
On paper, the UAE is a tough matchup for Costa Rica. The eighth-ranked team in the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) is 72nd in the FIFA rankings, while Costa Rica is 46th. Furthermore, this will be Bento’s first game in charge, so it’s unclear how well his tactics have been integrated into the UAE’s organization.
On the afternoon of the 22nd, a press conference was held at the Jongno-gu Football Hall in Seoul, South Korea. Korean national team coach Klinsmann smiles.
Coach Paulo Bento (53), who led South Korea to the round of 16 at the World Cup in Qatar for the second time in 12 years, departed for Portugal through Incheon International Airport on the afternoon of June 13. Coach Paulo Bento waves to fans as he heads to the departure hall.
Still, many fans are eager to see Bento get his first win, in part because of the opposition to Klinsmann. Some fans have made a bittersweet prediction: “I wonder if this will end up with Vento winning his first game and Klinsmann either drawing or losing in Saudi Arabia.”
In fact, if the UAE wins and Bento wins his debut amidst the negative publicity and disappointment with Klinsmann, the weight of the Saudi game could be even greater. If the Saudis lose and go unbeaten in six games, the speculation of Klinsmann’s dismissal is likely to grow like wildfire.