Hwang enters Doha, Qatar for final qualifying round for Paris Olympics

South Korea’s soccer team, bidding to qualify for its 10th consecutive Olympic Games, has arrived in Doha, Qatar, for the decisive match with a ticket to Paris.

The Olympic soccer team, led by head coach Hwang Sun-hong, left Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates (UAE), on Tuesday and arrived in Doha, Qatar. The team will compete in the U-23 Asian Cup, the final Asian qualifier for the Paris Olympics, 카지노사이트 in Doha, Qatar, on Friday.

South Korea must finish 1-3 in the 16-nation tournament to qualify directly for the Olympic Games. If they finish fourth, they will have to win an intercontinental playoff against Guinea, the fourth-ranked team in the African qualifiers, to advance. Every continent except Asia has already secured a spot in the Olympic Games.

South Korea has been drawn in Group B alongside China, Japan and the UAE in the first gateway to the tournament. They will play their first game against the UAE on Sunday, followed by China and Japan on the 19th.

If South Korea is to reach its goal, it will need to assemble a full squad as soon as possible. Having started the tournament with a predominantly domestic squad, Korea will be joined by an international squad just before the tournament. With Yang Hyun-joon (Celtic) and Kim Ji-soo (Brentford) unavailable due to opposition from their respective clubs, it will be crucial for the rest of the squad to live up to the slogan “One Team, One Goal” (One Team, One Goal).

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