Klins Man-ho is going to diversify options for the left defender.
The Korean national soccer team, led by coach Jurgen Klinsmann, will reconvene at Paju NFC at 2:00 pm on the 26th to prepare for a friendly match against Uruguay.
Despite Son Heung-min’s opening goal and an additional goal in the first half against Columbia at 8:00 pm on the 24th at Ulsan Munsu Stadium, Klins Manho finished the game 2-2 due to defensive anxiety.
Klinsman Ho, who finished his debut game, took a day off after the open training held at Munsu Stadium in Ulsan on the 25th. The team will reconvene at Paju NFC at 2:00 p.m. on the 26th after individual travel via KTX or vehicle.
In the open training held the day before바카라사이트, Kim Jin-soo, who collapsed due to a back injury caused by a collision with an opponent in the 22nd minute of the first half of the match against Colombia, was confirmed to be dismounted.
In general, Seol Young-woo, a fullback from Ulsan Hyundai, joined. Being right-footed, he is a multi-resource that can be seen both as a right fullback and as a left fullback.
Coach Klinsman chose Lee Ki-je, who was left out due to injury, as a second option for Kim Jin-soo, who was a solid left fullback in the first call-up.
Lee Ki-je plays as a left wingback for his team, Suwon. He is a player whose sharp kicking power and offensive power are his strengths, and he even became the king of assists last season with 15 assists.
In the four-back match against Colombia, he was somewhat unstable defensively, but his kicking power was outstanding. Against Colombia, he showed off his presence in the attack with sharp free kicks and crosses.
Seol Young-woo, who joined the national team due to Kim Jin-soo’s injury, is expected to offer an option as a half-footed fullback unlike Lee Ki-je. As it is half a foot, in his attack, even if the sharpness of the cross is poor, it has advantages in central penetration and defense.
In fact, even in Ulsan, Seol Young-woo is showing an impressive performance, and he has the upper hand in the competition for starting positions, overtaking professional left fullbacks Cho Hyeon-taek and Lee Myung-jae.
In addition, Seol Young-woo can be used as a stopper for a three-back depending on the occasion. With this advantage, Klinsman can offer a variety of options.
In the Paulo Bento coaching system, there were two solid options for the left fullback, Kim Jin-soo and Hong-cheol. Because of this, neither Lee Ki-je nor Seol Young-woo saw the light of day.
However, it may be different in the managerial system of Klinsman. Attention is focusing on whether Lee Ki-je and Seol Young-woo, who show impressive performances in the K-League as an offensive wingback and half-footed fullback, can emerge as new options for the national team.