Turkish media were also surprised

Multiple media outlets, including Turkey’s “Bein Sports” and “Shaba,” said on the 5th (Korea Standard Time) that “Coach Guinezhu showed interest in the position of coach of the Korean A national team through an interview with Korean broadcaster (KBS),” adding, “It was unexpected.”

Local media say it is unexpected that Günesch, who had been struggling since resigning from the post of Turkish professional football coach Besiktas JK in October last year, showed interest in going to Korea.

As he is over 70 years old, there was a strong view that he was actually retiring from active duty.

However, as the Korea Football Association (KFA) recently reportedly included Guinezhu in the seven candidates for foreign coaches, it has emerged as a major concern.

Günesch has emerged as a world-class master by leading the Turkish national team in the 2002 Korea-Japan World Cup and ranking third.

Since then, he has been the head coach of FC Seoul in the K League for three seasons from 2006 to 2009, but he has enjoyed great popularity from fans due to his aggressive soccer.

In addition, he built his reputation as a representative ‘pro-Korean’ director, such as feeling great satisfaction with Korean life to the extent that he likes and enjoys Korean food.

Even after leaving Korea, he was always on the list of candidates for the A national team coach position, but his relationship was not reached.

In a recent exclusive video interview with KBS, Güneche said, “I’m planning for the next three years as a leader,” adding, “It would be so cool to finish the last three years of my soccer life in Korea.”

Güneseu, who said he watched all the Korean matches at the 2023 Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Qatar Asian Cup, which ended in February, also advised against a series of team friction, “If I become a representative, I can no longer act alone and selfishly.”

He also predicted that if he takes the helm of the Korean national team, he will focus on unity as a team rather than individual players.

Contrary to Güneche’s will, the Korea Football Association (KFA) does not appear to have made any official contact.

Günesch primarily directed Turkish professional football clubs, and also served twice as head coach of the Turkish national team (2000-2004 and 2019-2021).

The association plans to complete the selection of directors by early and mid-next month with a total of 11 finalists, including seven foreigners and four domestic ones.

BY: 토토사이트

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