Jürgen Klinsmann Sets Ambitious Goal: Win Asia Championship with South Korea

Previous national train Jürgen Kinsman wishes to win the Asia Championship with the South Oriental national football group at the start of following year.
The new chief instructor of the 2002 World Mug offered the goal on Wednesday after his arrival at the International Flight Terminal Inchon.
He was extremely happy as well as fortunate to be in South Korea as well as be able to collaborate with the nationwide group, Kinsman told reporters.
Our objective is to win the Asia Cup following year.

contract by the end of 2026

The South Korean Football Organization (MFA) revealed Kinsman’s commitment at the end of February.
The previous German global, who did well Portuguese Paulo Bento, received a contract up until completion of the 2026 Globe Cup. Prior to that, South Korea desires to finish a long title theater course at the Asia Mug.
The South Koreans last won the prize in 1960 it was the 2nd time in a row.
As currently the World Mug, the Asia Champion 2023 happens in Qatar in 2015.
Among other points, because of the incredibly heats in the country, the original date in the summer of this year was relocated to the beginning of 2024.

solemn function for Kinsman

The South Korean Football Organization prepared Kinsman a solemn function at the flight terminal.
He was bewildered, stated the 58-year-old, whose arrival was transferred to the association’s YouTube network.
I believe you did a good task in Qatar and I wish I can do also extra success, said the brand-new train to South Korea’s World Mug appearance.
The group had actually gotten to the round of 16 and after that surrendered against record globe champion Brazil.
For Kinsman it is the third job as a national trainer.
From summer season 2004 to summer 2006, he cared for the German nationwide group at the house Globe Cup virtually 17 years back.
From July 2011 to November 2016 he was the USA nationwide train.


He made his debut as a coach of the South Korean selection group on March 24 in the global suit versus Colombia.