‘Finally taking off the veil’ Klins Manho, opponent Uruguay entry revealed ‘Including bad relationship with Lee Kang-in’

Finally, Klinsmanho takes off his veil. The preliminary entry of the Uruguay national team, the opponent of the evaluation match, has been released.

The Korean national soccer team, led by coach Jurgen Klinsmann, will play an evaluation match against the Colombia national team at Ulsan Munsu Soccer Stadium on the 24th. This is also Klinsmann’s debut as a coach for the Korean national team.

On the 28th, they will face the Uruguay national team at the Seoul World Cup Stadium.

On the 3rd (Korean time), the Uruguay Football Association released a preliminary list of 34 players who will go on an expedition to Korea and Japan during the A-match period on the official website on the 3rd (Korean time).

Uruguay will play an evaluation match against Japan at Tokyo National Stadium on the 24th and then move to Korea to face Klinsmann.

Looking at the Uruguay national team roster this time, you can feel the will to change generations.스포츠토토

The names of veterans such as Luis Suárez (Gremiu), Edinson Cavani (Valencia), and Diego Godin (Veles Sarsfield), who have been familiar to Korean soccer fans, have been omitted. In addition, Rodrigo Bentancur, who plays together with Son Heung-min at Tottenham, was ruled out due to a torn cruciate ligament in his knee.

On the other hand, Federico Valverde (Real Madrid), who had a bad relationship with Lee Kang-in, was listed on the national team list.

Kim Min-jae’s teammate Matthias Olivera (Napoli), Darwin Núñez (Liverpool), Facundo Pellistri (Manchester United), and Ronald Araujo (Barcelona) were also included in the preliminary entry for the Korean match.

Valverde roared after a rough tackle on Lee Kang-in during their head-to-head match at the World Cup, which made him frown.

He also harassed Lee Kang-in in the Spanish Primera Liga match between Real Madrid and Real Mallorca on the 5th of last month. At the beginning of the game, when Lee Kang-in tried to break through the dribble, he was pushed hard from behind. In the middle of the second half, he made a back tackle on Lee Kang-in, and eventually the referee pulled out a yellow card.

Here, Valverde was on the chopping block by tearing out both eyes with both hands at the U-20 (under 20) FIFA World Cup held in Korea in 2017.

It is the first time in about four months that Korea faces Uruguay since the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar last year.

The Korean national football team, led by former coach Paulo Bento at the time, met Uruguay in the first group H match of the tournament held at the Education City Stadium in Arrayyan, Qatar, and drew 0-0.

After failing to advance to the round of 16 at the Qatar World Cup, Uruguay broke up with coach Diego Alonso and is currently looking for a new coach. For this trip to Asia, Marcelo Broly’s U-20 national team coach is expected to take the temporary helm.

Head coach Klinsman will return to Korea next week and begin the preparation of the national team in earnest, starting with an official press conference.

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