Coach Bell’s Korean resolution ahead of the game against England… “I will give everything”

Correspondent Euijin Lee = “We know we can’t be 100% in shape. Even so, we will give our all.”

Coach Colin Bell, who leads the Korean women’s national soccer team, expressed his determination to compete in the Arnold Clark Cup by using only Korean without a single word of English before the game against England.

Coach Bell said in an interview video released by the Korea Football Association on the 16th, the day before the match against ‘strong’ England, “The players worked hard and did a good job” and said, “I will give everything.”

The women’s soccer team will play its first Arnold Clark Cup match between England and England at 4:45 a.m. on the 17th.

The Arnold Clark Cup is an international women’s football friendly competition hosted by the England Football Association, and four countries participate. Korea will face off against Belgium on the 20th and Italy on the 23rd.

The Korean national team started the first convocation training of the new year in Ulsan on the 30th of last month and went to England on the 10th to participate in this competition.

Director Bell, who has always answered a word or two in Korean at public events such as press conferences, has filled in all of his answers in Korean in this 3-minute video.

“We have to be organized and able to withstand strong pressure against a strong team,” said Bell. “This is an opportunity to test our physical and mental abilities.”

Korean women’s football, which is ranked 15th in the FIFA rankings, has played 2 matches against 4th placed England, with 1 draw and 1 loss. 먹튀검증

It’s an opponent they’ve never beaten before, but to prepare for the FIFA Women’s World Cup, which opens in July, they need to gain experience against strong teams.

Coach Bell has especially emphasized stamina and organized defense since the Ulsan field training.

He said, “(These two) are always important. For the national team to succeed, the physical and physical condition of all players is important.” “International soccer is physically strong and (physically) high-intensity. “I have to do individual training,” he said vigorously.

In this tournament, players who were responsible for the midfield, such as Cho So-hyun (Tottenham), Lee Young-joo (Madrid CFF), and Lee Min-ah (Hyundai Steel), could not join the national team due to injuries.

Coach Bell said, “Ji So-yeon is not 100% either. It’s a big challenge for us,” he said. “We can show you how to solve this difficulty. It’s a big opportunity for other players.”

“I always want 100% for young players,” he said. “The players who were not selected for this list have a chance as long as they have good performance.

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