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The former Germany coach takes over the training of South Korea


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Moscow, February 27 – German Jürgen Klinsmann took charge of the South Korean national team, according to the official website of the Korean Football Association.
The contract with the 58-year-old coach is calculated until the end of the 2026 World Cup, which will be held in Canada, the United States and Mexico. The assistant coaches will be appointed after a dialogue between the KFA and Klinsmann. In December, Portuguese coach Paulo Bento left the team, under whose leadership the South Korean players advanced from the group at the World Cup in Qatar.

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One of the conditions of the contract is the coach’s permanent residence in South Korea for the entire period of work. Klinsmann plans to travel to the country next week and take up his duties. And his first match will be a friendly match with the Colombian national team, which will be held on March 24 in Ulsan (South Korea).
World champion (1990) and European champion (1996) as part of the German national team finished his football career in 1998. He began working as a coach in 2004, headed the German national team, which won bronze at the World Championships (2006) and the Confederations Cup (2005). He also worked with Bayern Munich, the US national team, where he won the CONCACAF Gold Cup (2013), and Hertha BSC, which he left in 2020.

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