German local media highlighted the ‘uniform exchange controversy’ involving Jurgen Klinsmann (59), head coach of the Korean national team.
토토사이트On the 15th (hereinafter Korean time), Germany’s ‘Sky Sports’ highlighted the incident in which coach Jurgen Klinsmann exchanged Aaron Ramsey’s uniform after a friendly match with Wales under the title “Trikot-Gate um Klinsmann”. .
Coach Klinsmann, who ended the game without a win in five consecutive games with a 0-0 draw with Wales in a friendly match held at Cardiff City Stadium in Cardiff, England on the 8th, exchanged jerseys with a Wales player for his son immediately after the game.
Coach Klinsmann requested a uniform from Aaron Ramsey (Cardiff City) after the Wales game. It is rare for a national team coach to request a uniform from an opposing player.
Before the match against Saudi Arabia (1-0 win) held on the 13th, that is, when he missed his first opportunity to win again, Coach Klinsmann’s actions aroused the anger of domestic fans.
Germany’s Sky Sports said with the title “Klinsmann’s uniform gate: Korean coach’s criticism”, “Although Klinsmann achieved his first victory, the anger of Korean fans continued. This is because Klinsmann recently demanded that his opponent exchange his uniform.” This action of Klinsmann was highlighted.
In an interview held at Incheon International Airport on the afternoon of the 14th, Coach Klinsmann said, “I received it because the physical therapist of the team where my son is located requested it (KFA official: The therapist said he requested it because he is Welsh). Honestly, I don’t understand. The really sad and bad part is that after that story came out, there were bad comments on my son’s social media. It’s an absolutely stupid story. I have several players’ jerseys, not just Ramsey’s, at home. I have owned many jerseys over the past 40 years of soccer. were exchanged,” he explained.
The media even mentioned the interview that followed, saying, “Coach Klinsmann complained about his anger toward his son, saying, ‘This is such a stupid thing.’”
Sky Sports also covered Klinsmann’s entry into Korea. Coach Klinsmann had originally planned to watch this week’s Bundesliga game against Bayern Munich in person, visit a European club, meet with officials, conduct on-site analysis with the European coaching staff ahead of the international match in October, and then return home, but he changed his plan and returned to Korea on the 14th. I stepped on it.
In response, Coach Klinsmann said, “I have heard that many people are waiting for me. Aside from that, I also talked to many people in the association. I also heard that usually the coach returns home with the players after an overseas expedition. Let me think about that again. “It’s done,” he said, explaining the reason for changing the plan.
Sky Sports said, “Klinsmann wanted to stay in Europe after the Saudi Arabia match in Newcastle to watch Korean players in action, but changed his plans. When asked why, he told reporters, ‘Because you wanted to.'” This situation was reported.