Kim Jin-soo Responds to Controversy Over Klinsmann’s Infighting

Kim Jin-soo Responds to Controversy Over Klinsmann’s Infighting, Saying, “There’s Nothing I can say”

Regarding the controversy over Klinsmann’s ‘infighting’ that is sweeping Korean soccer, national team fullback Kim Jin-su (Jeonbuk) remained silent, saying, “There is nothing I can say.”

Kim Jin-soo met with reporters after finishing the first leg (2-0 Jeonbuk won) between Jeonbuk Hyundai and Pohang Steelers in the round of 16 of the 2023-2024 Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Champions League (ACL) held at Jeonju World Cup Stadium in Jeonbuk on the 14th. .

In response to a question about the so-called ‘table tennis incident’, Kim Jin-su said, “I saw it as an article. 온라인카지노

I have nothing to say about that. I can talk enough about this game today, but I don’t think I can say anything about things outside of the game.” “he said.

The national team, led by coach Jürgen Klinsmann, lost 0-2 to Jordan in the semifinals of the AFC Qatar Asian Cup despite being evaluated as having the best player composition in history.

It was first reported on the 14th by the British newspaper The Sun that Lee Kang-in had a physical collision with national team captain Son Heung-min (Tottenham) during dinner the day before the Jordan game.

According to the Yonhap News coverage, Lee Kang-in was stopped by captain Son Heung-min while playing table tennis noisily after finishing dinner early with Seol Young-woo (Ulsan) and Jung Woo-young (Stuttgart).

In the process, when Son Heung-min became enraged and grabbed him by the collar, Lee Kang-in responded by punching him.

Son Heung-min’s finger was dislocated while other players were trying to separate the two.

Afterwards, it was reported that senior players visited Coach Klinsmann and requested that Lee Kang-in be excluded from the match against Jordan.

Kim Tae-hwan, who was in charge of Klinsmann’s side defense along with Kim Jin-su, was injured in the game and left the ground before the final whistle.

Kim Tae-hwan announced that he had to go for treatment and quickly passed by the joint reporting area (mixed zone).

Meanwhile, Park Jin-seop (Jeonbuk), who played as a central defender for Klinsmann, looked back on the Asian Cup and expressed his regret over missing out on the championship.

Park Jin-seop said, “I’m not in a good mood.

He went to win the championship, but he was very disappointed that he couldn’t reach that goal.”

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