“Klinsmann was Fired, Association should be Responsible for the penalty”

“Klinsmann was Fired… The Association should be Responsible for the penalty” A Petition for Public Consent Appears

A public petition has emerged calling for the dismissal of coach Jürgen Klinsmann (Germany), the head coach of the Korean national soccer team, who failed to regain the top spot for the first time in 64 years after a series of poor performances in the 2023 Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Asian Cup.

According to the National Assembly Petition for Public Consent site, a petition written by a soccer fan regarding the dismissal of coach Klinsmann, who surprised Asia with ‘foolish’ soccer, ‘do it’ soccer, and ‘stand by’ soccer against the Korean national soccer team, which is composed of the golden generation of all time. 온라인카지노

A petition titled ‘ was released on the 9th.

The author, who identified himself as a member of the ‘Red Devils’ and a referee from the Korea Football Association, stated in the purpose of the petition that Korea had scored 11 goals and conceded 10 goals in 6 games in this Asian Cup, and said, “The worst performance has made them a laughingstock of Asian countries.”

“We strongly petition for the dismissal of Director Klinsmann, who is the person responsible.”

The author is angry that although Coach Klinsmann consistently pledged to ‘win the Asian Cup’, Korea, which repeatedly performed poorly in the group stage, barely advanced to the semifinals after successive overtime games and was eliminated with a miserable 0-2 loss with 0 shots on target. expressed.

Since its launch in March of last year, Klinsmann has recorded 3 draws and 2 losses in 5 games, and has won 6 consecutive friendly matches against weaker countries, starting with a win against Saudi Arabia in September.

Afterwards, Coach Klinsmann declared that he would ‘win the Asian Cup’ and said, “Please judge everything based on the results.”

In addition, the author sniped at Coach Klinsmann, who has maintained his own method despite the ongoing controversy over working from home and going abroad, and said, “Since we promised to win the Asian Cup and asked to be evaluated based on the results, of course, we should receive a cold evaluation,” highlighting the need for dismissal. I emphasized it.

The author mentioned the list of the Korean national team, which was considered the ‘golden generation’ and ‘the best squad ever’, and expressed disappointment by saying, “I never thought that we would be eliminated after failing so poorly against countries of a much lower level.”

If the National Assembly public consent petition obtains the consent of more than 50,000 people within 30 days from the date of publication, it is referred to the relevant standing committee of the National Assembly, and if adopted after review, it is submitted to the plenary session of the National Assembly.

“Legal situation to be seen”…’Sex crime suspect’ Junya Ito suspended from Japan national team → Team also releases statement

Junya Ito has left the Japanese national team after being accused of sexual assault. His club, Stade de Reims, also released a statement.

The Japan Football Association announced on its official website on Jan. 1 (KST), “We would like to announce that Junya Ito has left the Japan National Team squad for the Asian Cup in Qatar. Furthermore, there will be no call-up of a replacement for Ito.

The JFA said, “Regarding some of the reports about Ito, the JFA understands that the parties have different claims about the facts being reported and believes that a careful response is required. The JFA has considered Ito’s physical and mental condition and has decided to leave the team. We apologize to the 현금홀덤사이트 Japanese national team and the many fans who have supported Ito for causing concern.

Ito has been in the news recently for sexual assault allegations that were made public in the Japanese media. In June of last year, Ito was accused of sexually assaulting a woman he met at a restaurant in Osaka after an A-match against Peru, according to the Japanese daily Shinjo. The alleged victim claimed that Ito got her drunk and took her back to his hotel, during which time there was no consent. Along with allegations of consent on Ito’s part, the women have apparently filed formal charges against him.

Ito has now also filed a counterclaim against the women. “Ito’s representative filed a complaint with the Osaka Police Department against the women for false accusations, saying there was no sexual assault,” Japan’s Sportshochi reported.

Ito’s departure from the national team had already been signaled. According to Sportshochi, “In training ahead of the match against Iran, Ito did not take part in training, but instead stayed at the hostel to adjust his condition. At the time, a representative from the team explained before the training that Ito’s departure was unlikely, but two hours later, he abruptly announced his departure. Japan was caught off guard by the departure of a key player just two days before their match against Iran.

It was a quick decision for Japan. Ito, who is now facing charges, has been a regular on the Japanese national team since 2017. Ito has already played 54 games for the national team, scoring 13 goals.

While he is yet to score at this year’s Asian Cup, he has had some great performances in the past, including a four-assist performance against Syria in November 2023 in the Asian second round qualifier for the 2026 North American World Cup. At the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, it was his second goal of the tournament that sealed Japan’s 2-1 victory over Spain in their final group game. It’s clear that the Japanese national team didn’t take Ito’s decision to leave the team lightly.

Ito’s club, Reims, released a statement shortly after Japan’s announcement.

‘Reims has taken note of the statements made regarding Ito and the defamation complaint filed by the player. Ito’s human qualities and behavior at the club should never be questioned. While the investigation is ongoing following the media reports, Reims has no information to support the investigation. At this stage, the club will demonstrate its solidarity with the player and will therefore clarify the facts as alleged, follow the development of the legal situation with great interest and await further details.

“We cannot ignore such an important topic and do not want to remain silent,” the statement added.

Ito is a striker for the Japanese national team and a regular for Reims. He joined Reims ahead of the 2022-2023 season, having been recognized for his performances for the Belgian side. Ito burst onto the French scene in the wake of Hugo Ekitiike’s departure from Reims to join PSG.

Possessing quick feet and the ability to break through, Ito had a slow start to the league last season. In 35 league appearances, he scored six goals and provided five assists, starting every game. Since adjusting, he has been consistent. Starting all 17 league games this season, Ito has become an integral part of Reims’ attack, scoring two goals and adding four assists.

He and PSG’s Lee Kang-in played a mini-Japan-Korea match last November. At the time, the Ligue 1 secretariat released a poster featuring Lee and Ito on their official social media accounts, highlighting the matchup under the flags of Korea and Japan. The matchday poster showed the importance of the two players on both teams and the level of interest in them.

In the end, Ito’s performance stood out, but it was Lee’s club, PSG, who came away with the win. Kylian Mbappe scored a hat trick in the third minute of the first half, followed by goals in the 14th and 37th minutes of the second half, and PSG demolished Reims. Ito played the full game and scored in the first half with a brilliant move, only to have his goal disallowed after his teammate was shown to be offside. Lee Kang-in, on the other hand, was a bit lackluster in terms of direct offense despite his minutes. Ito’s departure means we won’t see a rematch between the two players in the final, even if South Korea and Japan meet.

The Japanese national team has decided to send their star attacker back to Japan. It will be interesting to see how Japan’s decision will affect the rest of the tournament.

Its Hwang Seon-hong, Who Won by Sweat Against Kyrgyzstan

Hwang Seon-hong-ho, Who Won by Sweat Against Kyrgyzstan… Disappointing with the content of the game

Handles the ball in a hurry to pressure the opponent, lacks detailed passing play in the midfield

The U-22 national soccer team led by coach Hwang Seon-hong won against Kyrgyzstan in the first qualifying round for the 2024 Paris Olympics, but was disappointed by the frustrating match.

The U-22 soccer team led by coach Hwang Seon-hong defeated Kyrgyzstan 1-0 in the second match of Group B of the 2024 Asian Football Confederation (AFC) U-23 Asian Cup group stage held at the Changwon Soccer Center in Gyeongnam on the 9th.

Hwang Seon-hong, who was defeated 0-2 by Qatar in the first game on the 6th,

aimed to turn the situation around with a big win against Kyrgyzstan, which was considered ‘a level below’. 카지노

Paris Olympics

However, when we opened the lid, Hwang Seon-hong, who is aiming for a ticket to the 2024 Paris Olympics finals, showed unsatisfactory performance.

There was only one cool score.

In the 3rd minute of the first half, ‘foreigner’ Jeong Sang-bin (Minnesota) ran down the right side, broke down Kyrgyzstan’s defensive line, and rushed to the goal, passing to Hong Yun-sang (Pohang),

who hit the top corner of the goal with a right-footed non-stop shot from the front of the goal.

The stab was all that scored that day.

Korea, which succeeded in taking the lead in the early stages,

attempted to score additional points by recording 10 shots (4 effective shots) on this day,

but other than the first goal, all goals were ineffective, once again showing its lack of goal-making ability.

Oh Jae-hyuk

In the 18th minute of the first half, Oh Jae-hyuk (Jeonbuk)’s forward cross was headed by Kim Shin-jin (Seoul) in front of the goal,

but it missed the side of the goal, and in the 25th minute,

Kim Shin-jin’s low right-footed shot in front of the goal was blocked by the goalkeeper.

Three minutes later, in a mixed situation at the goal after a right corner kick,

Jo Wi-je (Busan)’s left-footed shot went wide over the crossbar, causing disappointment.

After Hong Yun-sang’s cross, Oh Jae-hyuk’s right-footed shot and Baek Sang-hoon’s (Seoul) header just before the end of the first half also missed the goal.

Gwangju FC Duo

Gwangju FC duo Heo Yul and Uhm Seong, who entered the field as substitutes in the 29th minute of the second half,

attempted to score an additional point with a combination play, but Uhm Uhm Seong’s cross did not properly reach Heo Yul.

The process leading up to the shooting was not easy.

Korea only succeeded in scoring in the early part of the first half,

but the flow of attack was interrupted several times due to missed passes.

The Midfield

In the midfield, they were unable to advance forward and made frequent back passes, so despite scoring the first goal,

they were unable to completely take control of the game due to a lack of detailed play.

It was also seen that the ball was not distributed smoothly to the front line attack area

due to the opponent’s dense defense and hand-to-hand defense.

Even in the process of building up from behind, the opponent put more forward pressure than expected,

so he was in a hurry to kick the ball forward, and in his haste,

he got stuck and gave up possession of the ball.

This led to a counterattack by the opponent, and the defense was finally able to block it, and was heartbroken.

Even in defensive situations, they were unable to properly clear the ball, resulting in an unstable situation as they were unable to properly cut off the opponent’s attack opportunities.

It was a comforting fact that Jeong Sang-bin swept the opponent’s side with his high speed,

Hong Yun-sang penetrated into the front line several times by dribbling with light movements.

Naturally, attention is focused on whether Hwang Seon-hong has secured a ticket to Paris.

Asian Cup

In this preliminary round, a team must finish first in its group or be in the top four among the second-place teams out of 11 groups to advance to the U-23 Asian Cup finals held in April-May next year,

the final qualifying round for the Paris Olympics.

In the AFC U-23 Asian Cup finals, only the top three players can advance to the 2024 Paris Olympics.

With the victory that day, Korea accumulated 3 points and ranked first in Group B, is about to face the ‘weaker’ Myanmar in the final match on the 12th.

Even if Hwang Seon-hong passes the group stage and advances to the Asian Cup finals,

I am worried whether he will be able to place in the top three with this level of performance.

He must defeat Japan, which has recently shown improved performance, ‘difficult enemy’ Iran, as well as Australia and Saudi Arabia.

The remaining task is to resolve the anxiety of his defensive situation, refine his detailed passing play during the build-up process, his ability to dominate the midfield, and his sophistication in set-piece situations.