“Bordalas refuses the Korean manager’s job”… Finding a successor to Bento’difficulty’

A local report in Spain came out that Jose Bordalas (59, Spain), who had been mentioned as a candidate for the Korean national soccer team’s head coach, rejected the offer.

Spain’s Todopachajes said on the 20th (Korean time), “Coach Bordalas rejected the Korea Football Association’s offer,” and “instead of leading the Korean national team, he is waiting for an offer from the Sevilla (Spain) club.”

According to reports, Sevilla has fallen to 19th place in the league relegation zone with 3 wins, 6 draws and 8 losses this season, and the future of coach Jorge Sampaoli (63, Argentina) is unclear. Coach Bordalas is being mentioned as his successor, but he is also waiting for a proposal from the Sevilla club instead of the Korean national team. 메이저놀이터

The media said, “It is true that the proposal of the Korean national team is very attractive to coach Bordalas,” but added, “However, his goal is to command a club in the European big leagues rather than the national team.”

Previously, local media outlets such as Spain’s Radio Cadenaser and AS all reported that the Korea Football Association had contacted coach Bordalas over the position of the national team’s command tower. After being sacked from Valencia in June of last year, coach Bordalas has no team yet.

In May 2021, after taking the Valencia baton, Lee Kang-in (22, Mallorca) had a brief relationship as a priest before moving to Mallorca after the contract was terminated. After being sacked after leading Valencia to the Copa del Rey (King’s Cup) final, “Lee Kang-in was a good player, but the club ordered him to be released. It was an incomprehensible decision.”

Although he was recognized for his leadership by leading Getafe, which was a second division team, to promotion to the first division as well as to a record-high 5th place, the fact that he has only been in charge of Spanish clubs since 1993 and has no experience in commanding the national team was cited as an uneasy factor. It was also unknown whether Michael Müller (58, Germany), the head of the Korea Football Association’s National Team Strengthening Committee, had previously proposed as a candidate for a new coach, whether he would live in Korea.

In the midst of this, local news spread that Bordalas rejected the offer for the Korean national team coaching tower, and Bordalas’ name was virtually erased from the list of candidates for the new coaching tower. Chairman Müller previously cited ▲professionalism ▲experience ▲motivation ▲teamwork ability ▲environmental factors as guidelines for selecting a new coach. The Korea Football Association plans to finalize the appointment of a new manager in February.

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