Park Hang-seo’s advice, “Why do Korean directors not support foreign directors?”

Park Hang-seo, head coach of the Vietnam national soccer team, pointed out the regrettable aspects of Korean soccer.

Director Park Hang-seo looked back on his past five years in a video interview with domestic reporters on the 17th. Head coach Park Hang-seo resigned as Vietnam coach after the 2022 ASEAN Football Federation (AFF) Mitsubishi Electric Cup (Mitsubishi Cup), which ended on the 16th. Vietnam took second place in the competition.

First, coach Park said, “After serving as Vietnam coach for five years, I finished his last accompaniment. It was unfortunate that they finished runner-up, but the players did their best. thank you players It hurts my heart to have to say goodbye. In life, there are encounters and partings. I am also going to organize my mind and go on a new path.”

In addition to director Park Hang-seo, Shin Tae-yong and Kim Pan-gon will lead Indonesia and Malaysia, respectively, to the Southeast Asian stage. In other words, a craze for K-directors is blowing in Southeast Asia. In South Korea, on the other hand, domestic leaders are being devalued.

Head coach Park Hang-seo, who received a related question, said, “There are many talented leaders in Korea as well. There is a leader who can lead the national team,” he said. “However, the views of the Korea Football Association and the Power Reinforcement Committee may differ. Domestic leaders also have sufficient competence as directors, except for language communication.”

“I wonder why the association doesn’t provide as much support as foreign coaches when a domestic leader is in charge. If only that part is supported, domestic leaders will have the capacity to take on the national team,” he said, “the media can criticize and give advice 바카라사이트. The association should be a shield so that the director can do it with confidence. We need to look back to see if the association has played the role of shield properly.”

The Korea Football Association appointed German leader Mikhail Müller as the chairman of the power reinforcement committee. Chairman Muller said at a recent press conference, “The process of appointing a new coach will start from a blank slate. I will create appropriate guidelines and follow the procedures.”

Manager Park Hang-seo said, “I haven’t met the new chairman, but I know he is German. A question arose. How much does Chairman Müller really know about the capabilities of Korean leaders? It is doubtful that he will be able to accurately evaluate it after receiving the documents or data. He said, “I wonder if the appointment of the foreign chairman itself is for the purpose of selecting a foreign coach.”

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