The first step to select a successor to take over the baton of former national soccer team coach Paulo Bento begins.
The Korea Football Association (KFA) will hold a press conference on the 11th at 2:00 p.m. at the Seoul Sinmunro Soccer Hall by Michael Müller, the new head of the National Team Power Enhancement Committee.
This is the first official schedule of Chairman Mueller, who was appointed on the 4th.
Chairman Müller’s press conference draws more attention as it is a place to check the outline of the new coach of the Korean national soccer team, 메이저사이트 which has been vacant after the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar.
At the press conference, Chairman Müller is expected to introduce the members of the National Team Strengthening Committee who will be together in the future, reveal the conditions for Bento’s successor and the future schedule for the appointment of a new coach. You can also get a hint as to whether the new coach is a domestic coach or a foreign coach.
KFA held a board of directors meeting in December of last year and announced that it would elect a new national coach by February.
The Korean national team plans to be with the new command tower from the first convocation of 2023, which will start on March 20th.
KFA said, “The new committee centered on Chairman Müller may add candidates if necessary,” adding, “Once the new committee is established, the appointment process will begin in earnest. The original goal of appointing a new director by the end of February has not changed. There is no,” he said. 메이저사이트
On the other hand, in the 2022 World Cup, Korea operated for the first time in history for four years without a change of manager, and achieved not only the result of advancing to the round of 16, but also the result of having a philosophy with ‘our football’.
Accordingly, in the upcoming 2026 World Cup in North and Central America, we are thinking about appointing a leader who can lead and shape the team from a long-term perspective.
At an important road that will determine the fate of the next four years and the next World Cup, attention is focused on what the new chairman Müller will do.