Coach Klinsmann watches K-League games in Jeonju on the 16th and Seoul on the 17th.

 As soon as Jurgen Klinsmann (Germany), the national soccer team온라인바카라 coach, returns from his trip to England, he visits the domestic professional soccer K-League stadium as announced.

The Korea Football Association announced on the 15th, “Coach Klinsmann will watch the game between Jeonbuk Hyundai and Gangwon FC held at Jeonju World Cup Stadium on the 16th, and will visit Seoul World Cup Stadium to watch the game between FC Seoul and Gwangju FC on the 17th.”

Coach Klinsmann returned to Korea via Incheon Airport on the 14th after playing friendly games with Wales on the 8th and Saudi Arabia on the 13th in England.

Coach Klinsmann was originally scheduled to go straight from England to Germany to watch the game between Bayern Munich and Leverkusen on the 16th, but he changed his plans and returned to Korea.

This can be interpreted as a change in plan in response to criticism that Director Klinsmann, who took office in February of this year, stayed in the country for only 67 days during his more than half-year tenure.

Coach Klinsmann said in an interview upon returning home on the 14th, “There are games to observe in foreign countries such as Europe, so there is a schedule to keep going back and forth.”

The Korean national soccer team, led by Coach Klinsmann, will play domestic friendly matches against Tunisia on October 13th and Vietnam on October 17th.

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