11 February 2024

“Foreign director hurt 50 million people, voluntarily resign.” Park Jun-geum was also angry

By pestfood.com

Actor Park Joon-geum was also angry at the futile defeat of the Asian Cup.

Park Joon-geum recently wrote on Instagram, “While supporting Soni (Son Heung-min)’s happy soccer,” adding, “Only one foreign coach hurt the hearts of 50 million people.”

“It’s heartbreaking that I feel like I’ve trampled on the culture, and I may win or lose the game, but how long should we endure a national team coach who doesn’t know how sick he is due to his lack of empathy without emotion and enthusiasm?” he said.

At the same time, Park Joon-geum voiced his opinion that the national soccer team coach Jurgen Klinsmann should resign. He said, “I sincerely want to thank our players for playing this game, and I wish Klinsmann a voluntary resignation.”

There is a growing demand for replacement of manager Klinsmann, who failed to win the Asian Cup and allowed Jordan to lose 0-2 in the semifinals.

Coach Klinsmann said when he returned home on the 8th, “We advanced to the semifinals of the Asian Cup, but we can’t say it’s a failure,” adding, “I don’t know why the public opinion is not good. The team is growing in the right direction,” drawing anger from domestic soccer fans.

“After a short break, we will move to Europe and look at Son Heung-min, Kim Min-jae, and Lee Kang-in,” he said, adding that he has been criticized again for sticking to his position despite frequent criticism of overseas business trips. 헤라카지노주소

Calls for the replacement of Klinsmann are coming from various industries. Daegu Mayor Hong Joon Pyo also appeared on CBS Radio’s “Park Jae-hong’s Match” on the 9th and said, “The anger is that a coach seems to come to Korea as a part-time job after playing outside (overseas),” adding, “I brought someone who is not capable of being a coach at all.”

He also said, “I don’t know how the agreement is, but if there is a penalty, the president of the Korea Football Association (Jung Mong-gyu) should pay at his own expense, not the Korea Football Association’s money.”