Michael Kim’s dismissal is formally revealed once Klinsmann employs Chaduri as a coach.
The South Korean national soccer team has officially announced the resignation of coach Michael Kim (Korean name Kim Young-min) and the appointment of Chaduri Advisors as head coach.
The Korea Football Association announced the reshuffling of the national team’s coaching staff on January 1, saying, “Coach Kim Young-min will finish his contract by October due to his personal decision. Advisor Cha Doo-ri will take over as coach from the September trip to Europe until the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Asian Cup next year.”
The changes to the national team’s coaching staff, led by Jürgen Klinsmann (GER), were announced the day before.
Michael Kim, who has been with the national team since the days of former coach Paulo Bento, stepped down and Chaduri, who has served as an advisor, was widely speculated to be promoted, but the official announcement has now been made.
Cha, who is also known as the son of former national team coach Cha Bum-geun, has worked as a national team power analyst and coach since retiring from playing, as well as the head coach of the K League 1 FC Seoul U-18 team, Osango.
He has served as a technical advisor to the national team under Klinsmann since its inception in March of this year.
“As an advisor, Cha has served as a bridge between the head coach and the players, advising them on the K League environment and players, but he has not been involved in training with the national team or sitting on the bench during matches,” the KFA said. “With the change to coach at the request of Klinsmann, he will be involved in national team training and game coaching.”
“I have always thought of ways to contribute to Korean soccer based on my experience,” Chaduri said through the association. As the A-team coach, I will take on the responsibility to help coach Klinsmann and the team,” said Chaduri, “I hope the team can lift the trophy at the upcoming Asian Cup, which will be the first in 64 years for Korean soccer.”
The new coaching staff also includes physical coach Lee Jae-hong.
Lee has been a physical coach with the Korea Football Association since 2011, working with the national team at every age level and collaborating with Javier Mignano at the 2018 World Cup in Russia.
He then went on to play for FC Seoul and the Indonesia national team under Shin Tae-yong before returning to South Korea.
Klinsmann’s team will play two September A matches against Wales on Sept. 8 at 3:45 a.m. (KST) at Cardiff City Stadium in Wales and Saudi Arabia on Sept. 13 at 1:30 a.m. (KST) at St. James’ Park in Newcastle, England.
The main squad is scheduled to depart the country on Sept. 4, 카지노사이트킴 with Coach Cha Doo-ri and Physical Coach Lee Jae-hong traveling to Wales on Sept. 3 for on-the-ground training and game preparation.