The first opponent of the A-match of the Korean national soccer team to be held in Korea next month has been decided. It faces the Colombia national soccer team, which is called the South American ambush. The second opponent is currently being negotiated and is likely to be a South American country as well.
On the 6th, the Korea Football Association (KFA) announced, “We decided to hold a friendly match A match against the Colombia national soccer team in Korea on March 24먹튀검증. The venue and kick-off time have not yet been confirmed.” As a result, the match against Colombia is expected to be the debut match of the new command tower.
This friendly match, which will be held in March, is held during the A-match period set by FIFA (International Football Federation), so even European players can be summoned. Colombia ranked 17th in the world rankings announced in December last year. At the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar, they failed to participate in the South American qualifiers as they placed 6th.
The Korean national soccer team has played 7 A matches against Colombia. Their opponent record is 4 wins, 2 draws and 1 loss. The most recent confrontation was four years ago. At the Seoul World Cup Stadium in March 2019, Son Heung-min (30, Tottenham Hotspur) and Lee Jae-seong (30, Mainz) won the match 2-1.
Famous players of the Colombia national soccer team led by Argentinian coach Nestor Lorenzo (56) include James Rodriguez (31, Olympiacos), Davinson Sanchez (26, Tottenham), Luis Diaz (25, Liverpool), and Juan Cuadrado (25, Liverpool). 34, Juventus), etc.
The opponent for the second A match has not yet been decided. The KFA said, “The opponents for the second match of the A-match, which will be held around March 28, are currently under discussion and will be selected among South American countries.” Since we are playing in the Nations League, we have been negotiating matches with South American countries.”
Meanwhile, on the 25th, the National Team Strengthening Committee held its first meeting regarding the appointment of a new coach through an online video conference with new chairman Michael Müller (58, Germany) and six members attending. After the final candidates are selected through the meeting, they will check their capabilities through direct interviews, conduct individual negotiations according to the priority of the negotiation target, and finally appoint a new command tower.
“We plan to proceed with the procedure according to the criteria for appointment after reviewing all possibilities with a blank slate,” said Müller, the new chairman. We will consider whether it is possible to live permanently,” he said.