Director Klinsmann Tears at Beckenbauer’s Death…”Today is such a hard day”

Coach Klinsmann, who is training in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates ahead of the Asian Cup, told the players ahead of the training on the 9th (Korea Standard Time), “Today is a very sad day,” adding, “Coach Beckenbauer made me realize my dream of winning the World Cup and is a person who has grown me today, not only in soccer but also in person.”

In addition, he said, “Since you are a very important person to me, today will be very difficult, but I want to overcome this sadness with you,” and added, “Let’s do our best to train today.”

Klinsmann also couldn’t hide his tears during an interview with the Korea Football Association. “It’s a very sad day for all Germans. Coach Beckenbauer has accomplished tremendous work as a player and coach for 30 years from the 1960s to the 1980s.”

“Coach Beckenbauer was an amazing personality, and sometimes he came as a mentor and sometimes as a father,” he said, adding, “The world’s soccer community will be sad, especially for Germany, it’s a pity that it has lost a charismatic leader.” 토토사이트 순위

Klinsmann and Beckenbauer have extraordinary relationships. When Beckenbauer led the West German national team to the 1990 World Cup championship in Italy, Klinsmann was the main striker. When Beckenbauer was the organizing committee chairman of the 2006 World Cup in Germany, Klinsmann was the coach of the German national team.

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