Klinsmann avoids ‘six-match winless streak’, stays in Europe…checks on Kim Min-jae and others

South Korea national soccer team coach Jürgen Klinsmann (59-Germany) will remain in Europe after completing his sixth trial in England.

According to the Korea Football Association (KFA) on Wednesday, Klinsmann, who wrapped up his September A-match schedule with a 1-0 win over Saudi Arabia, will stay in Europe for the time being instead of heading to Korea. The reason is to check the performance of overseas players playing in Europe.

His first stop will be defender Kim Min-jae (26), who plays for Bayern Munich in the German Bundesliga. Klinsmann will travel to the Allianz Arena, the home of the Bavarians, to get a first-hand look at the league match between Munich and Leverkusen on Saturday.

After that, Klinsmann will watch other international players in action before wrapping up his European schedule at the end of September.

The national team will play two exhibition games domestically in October. They will face Tunisia on the 13th and Vietnam on the 17th.

Meanwhile, Klinsmann, who was appointed to South Korea in March, has played six exhibition games so far and hasn’t won a single one, except for the match against Saudi Arabia.아톰카지노

The South Koreans drew 2-2 and lost 1-2 against Colombia and Uruguay in March, respectively, and struggled in a two-game series in June, losing 0-1 to Peru and drawing 1-1 with El Salvador. In their first game in England in September, they drew 0-0 with Wales on Aug. 8. However, they managed to avoid a ‘six-match winless streak’ with a narrow victory in Saudi Arabia.

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