The new A-team coach Jurgen Klinsmann from Germany, who arrived in Korea on the 8th, has to digest his busy schedule. In addition to appointing national and international coaches, he also has to build a roster to play in two A-matches in March.

The A-match list is scheduled to be announced on the 13th, and the first convocation is on the 20th. In fact, the only way to know the K-League players on the field is to watch the FC Seoul-Ulsan match scheduled for the 12th. This is why there are observations that the players included in the final list for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar will be selected.

The color of the national team should be applied gradually. In order to do that, you have to observe your favorite players, pick them up and add your own tactics.

Klinsman’s preferred player style has already been slightly revealed. Coach Klinsman, who likes the typical number 9 tactic, which means ‘target striker’, prefers ‘players who are good at dribbling’. German media Bild recently explained, “Coach Klinsmann is a fan of South American team training that produces players who are good at dribbling.” “Coach Klinsman, who was a member of the Qatar World Cup International Football Federation (FIFA) Technical Study Group (TSG), added that when the game is getting tighter and more compact, we need more players who are good at dribbling. It is a matter of training.” 토토사이트

Among the players included in the final roster for the Qatar World Cup, only players who can break the pressure with dribble, one of their individual skills, are Hwang In-beom (Olympiacos) Lee Kang-in (Mallorca) Lee Jae-seong (Mainz) Son Heung-min (Tottenham) Jung Woo-young (Freiburg). all.

Will Klinsman’s preferred player stand out in the K-League? There is a possibility that Na Sang-ho will capture Klinsman’s heart in the match between Seoul and Ulsan. Looking at the dribble section of the additional data of the Professional Football Federation, he tried 3 dribbles in the last 2 games and succeeded in 1. In Jeonbuk, Song Min-gyu had the highest dribble success rate (60%). He attempted to dribble 5 times and succeeded 3 times. Cho Kyu-seong tried to dribble 4 times, but failed even once. In Jeju and Daegu, right-back fullback Ahn Hyun-beom and midfielder Jang Seong-won showed a 50% dribble success rate (2 successes in 4 attempts). In Incheon, Kim Bo-seop is also good with a 100% dribble success rate (2 attempts, 2 successes). Lee Seung-woo, the ‘dribbling master’, is also recording 100% dribbling (1 attempt, 1 success).