Kim Min-jae has been saved from a more difficult time

Kim Min-jae (Bayern Munich) has been saved from a more difficult time.

Sportsworld Ghana reported on Feb. 22 that “Cameroon’s Football Association has decided not to extend the contract of coach Rigobert Song, who was blamed for the country’s failure at the Africa Cup of Nations in February. Former South Korea national team coach Jürgen Klinsmann is being touted as a possible replacement.”

Samuel Eto’o, a former Barcelona legend, is the head of Cameroon’s soccer federation. Following Klinsmann, Raymond Domenech (France) and Antoine Kombouare (France) are reportedly in the running for the job.

Sportsworld Ghana named Klinsmann as the frontrunner, saying “Cameroon is close to appointing one of the country’s most prominent coaches, including Klinsmann.”

It’s a hard pill to swallow.

Klinsmann 카지노사이트 was sacked by the Korean Football Association in February after a poor showing at the Asian Cup in Qatar. Klinsmann turned a blind eye to the clash between Son Heung-min and Lee Kang-in during the tournament.

To make matters worse, after the tournament, he brazenly said in front of the media that “reaching the quarterfinals was a success,” and then backtracked on social media, saying that “the Korean team was divided.” He didn’t even follow through on his promise to analyze the tournament. After the Asian Cup, Klinsmann returned home to the U.S. within a day. The Power Analysis Committee was also present.

In the end, the Korean Football Association fired Klinsmann. However, Klinsmann, who had two years left on his contract, pocketed the remaining 7 billion won in salary as a penalty. The total salary of his entire coaching staff was said to be more than 10 billion won.

When Klinsmann heard the news of his dismissal from the Korean Football Association (KFA), he unfollowed all Korean soccer-related accounts. He unfollowed KFA, K League, and other Instagram accounts.

Klinsmann’s bio on his X (formerly Twitter) account was also changed from ‘Coach of Korea, formerly USA and Germany’ to ‘Managed Germany, USA and Korea’.

Klinsmann returned to public life just over a month after his dismissal, joining ESPN’s expert panel.

During the interview, 메이저 토토사이트 the German legend was asked if he would be interested in becoming the next Bayern Munich manager when Thomas Tuchel leaves the club this summer.

Klinsmann, who was sacked 10 months after taking charge of Bayern Munich in 2008, said: “I’ve had enough. I’ve experienced Bayern Munich once as a player and once as a coach, and that’s enough,” Klinsmann said, adding, ‘Bayern Munich will find a coach with great qualities and personality.’

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