“Korean soccer is a miracle just chasing Japan!”
Choi Tae-wook (42), coach of the national team, recently appeared on Lee Chun-soo’s YouTube channel and revealed the story behind the World Cup in Qatar. Coach Choi compared Korean soccer to Japan and mentioned structural problems.
Coach Choi said, “In Europe, Korean players aged 12-15 are highly evaluated. However, results are required for players to advance. The same goes for leaders. He pointed out that the ability of players is evaluated by whether or not they have entered a good university.” 메이저사이트
Coach Choi continued, “There are 15,000 youth teams in Japan. It is a miracle that Korea is chasing Japan. It’s not because of the system of Korean football, but because of our outstanding DNA.”
The Japanese media ‘Soccer Digest’ published an article about coach Choi Tae-wook’s remarks and said, “The coach of the Korean national team also feels sad about the difference in training environment between Korea and Japan. Son Heung-min’s father, Son Woong-jeong, also pointed out that high school football in Korea is victory supremacy.”