Cha Du-ri, who became the national soccer team coach, said, “I will solve the problem after 1964.”
Following the reorganization of the coaching staff of the men's national soccer team led by coach Jurgen Klinsmann, advisor Cha Du-ri was promoted to coach.
The Korea Football Association said on the 1st, "Coach Kim Young-min will finish his contract by October based on his personal wishes," and added, "Advisor Cha Doo-ri will be changed to coach from the European expedition in September to next year's Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Asian Cup."
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The reorganization of the coaching staff of the national soccer team led by coach Jürgen Klinsmann (Germany) was announced the day before.
The possibility of coach Michael Kim, who had been working with the national team since the time of former head coach Paulo Bento (Portugal), stepping down and coach Cha Du-ri, who had been working as an advisor, being promoted was strongly discussed, and an official announcement was made as is.
Coach Cha Du-ri, who is also famous as the son of former national team coach 'Cha Boom' Cha Bum-geun, has served as a national team power analyst and coach since his retirement as a player, and as coach of Osan High School, the K League 1 FC Seoul under-18 (U-18) team. In the national team under Coach Klinsmann, he has served as a technical advisor since its launch in March of this year.
The Football Association said, "As an advisor, Coach Cha has acted as a bridge between the coach and the players and advised the K-League environment and players, but he did not participate in training or sit on the game bench when the national team was called up," adding, "This time, at the request of Coach Klinsmann, “As my position has changed to coach, I will participate in national team training and game guidance,” he explained.
Coach Cha Du-ri said through the association, "I have always thought about ways to contribute to Korean soccer based on the experience I have accumulated.
As the coach of the A national team, I will work with a sense of responsibility to be helpful to coach Klinsmann and the team."
“I hope we can relieve the sorrow of Korean soccer by winning the Asian Cup for the first time in 64 years,” he said.
Through this coaching staff reorganization, physical coach Lee Jae-hong also joined the national team.
Coach Lee has worked as a physical coach for the Korea Football Association since 2011 and has worked with national teams at each age level, and collaborated with physical coach Javier Mignano on the national team during the 2018 Russia World Cup.
Afterwards, he played for FC Seoul and the Indonesian national team led by coach Shin Tae-yong before returning to Korea.
Klinsmann will play against Wales at Cardiff City Stadium in Wales at 3:45 a.m. on the 8th (Korean time) and against Saudi Arabia at St. James Park in Newcastle, England at 1:30 a.m. on the 13th in a two-game international match in September.
The main team of the national team is scheduled to leave the country on the 4th. Coach Cha Du-ri and physical coach Lee Jae-hong will first leave for Wales on the 3rd for local training and game preparation.