The Korean men’s soccer team, led by coach Jurgen Klinsmann, started training for an A-match in June.

Team Klinsman will play a national friendly match against Peru at the Busan Asiad Main Stadium at 8:00 pm on the 16th. It is an A match held in Busan after a long time since the East Asian Football Federation (EAFF) E-1 Championship in December 2019.스포츠토토

This national team is the first national team that reflects the intention of coach Klinsman. At the time of the March A match held shortly after taking office, the 2022 Qatar World Cup members were called almost as they were to play the game.

South Korea men’s national soccer team. Reporter Seo Hyeong-kwon

It was difficult to assemble the players as we wanted. The call-up of Kim Min-jae, Kim Young-kwon, and Jung Woo-young (Al Sadd), who have been active as the national team’s main defender and defensive midfielder for a long time, failed. Kim Min-jae entered the training center, while Kim Young-kwon and Jung Woo-young were excluded due to injuries. Another defensive midfielder, Son Jun-ho, was detained in China and could not join the national team. Right before the national team was summoned, news of Kwon Kyung-won’s ankle ligament damage was reported.

There were difficulties in forming the roster, but training started smoothly. The national team was convened in Busan on the 12th and held its first training session at Gudeok Stadium at 4:30 pm. In the previous convocation, there were Europeans who joined late because it was during the European season, and some players received separate training or treatment indoors due to poor physical condition. came out and started training.

The players were divided into two groups. Eight players who had a game on their team the day before the convocation, including national team captain Son Heung-min, Cho Kyu-seong, Hwang Eui-jo, and Na Sang-ho, conducted recovery training. I did some light running with Cha Doo-ri, a technical advisor, and warmed up with stretching. After stretching, 16 people, including Lee Kang-in, Oh Hyun-kyu, and Hwang In-beom, continued training divided into goalkeepers and field players.

Hwang Hee-chan, Oh Hyun-gyu, Cha Doo-ri technical advisor, Son Heung-min, and Kim Seung-gyu (from left, the Korean men’s soccer team). Reporter Seo Hyeong-kwon

Field players who warmed up conducted training under the leadership of head coach Andreas Herrchowk. The players entered the group one by one to spin the ball and digested the training to cut the ball through pressure. Training was continued in which goalposts were set up on both sides of the narrow space, passing quickly and attacking to avoid the opposing team that was pressing. During this training, goalkeepers Cho Hyun-woo and Kim Seung-gyu also teamed up with field players to exchange passes at a fast tempo.

After that, the group split again. 6 attackers and 3 defenders, including the goalkeeper, practiced against each other. Park Ji-soo and Park Kyu-hyeon worked together, and Kim Seung-gyu supported the defensive line, which had to be reshuffled without Kim Young-kwon, Kim Min-jae, and Kwon Kyung-won all at once. In the attacking camp facing them, Oh Hyun-kyu and Hwang Hee-chan served as forward strikers. Moon Seon-min and Lee Kang-in were placed on the left and right, and Hong Hyun-seok and Hwang In-beom matched their feet in the midfield.

After completing the training that lasted about an hour, the players gathered on the ground and held a short meeting led by advisor Du-Ri Cha and captain Heung-Min Son, and ended the first day of training.

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