After the Wales vs A-match, Klinsmann asked Ramsey for his jersey.
In his first five games as the head coach, Klinsmann had 3 draws and 2 losses, resulting in no victories.
After taking the reins of Korean football, Jürgen Klinsmann (Germany), the head coach who has not yet declared a winning streak during the A-match 5 games (3 draws and 2 losses), is once again in controversy.
Along with poor game performance and frequent controversial actions, Klinsmann, who is already on the brink due to work-from-home controversies, has been revealed to have requested a jersey from an opposing player to get a gift for his son.
On the 9th (Korean time), the British ‘BBC Wales’ revealed through social networking service (SNS) that Klinsmann had requested a jersey from Aaron Ramsey (Wales) after the evaluation match against Wales on the 8th.
On that day, despite having a high possession rate, Korea recorded a frustrating 0-0 draw at the end of the game with only one effective shot. It was pointed out that they failed to efficiently utilize excellent resources such as Son Heung-min (Tottenham) and Kim Min-jae (Bayern Munich).
Earlier, fans were heated up by Klinsmann’s strange actions, and the level of criticism towards him increased after the draw against Wales.
Ironically, after the game, Klinsmann met Ramsey on the field and requested his jersey. Although it is common for players to exchange jerseys after A-matches, it is unusual for a coach to demand a jersey from a player.
According to the video released by ‘BBC Wales’, Klinsmann said in an interview, “My son is playing as a goalkeeper in LA Galaxy (MLS), and I received a message asking if I could get Ramsey’s jersey. So I requested his jersey from Ramsey.”
‘BBC Wales’ sarcastically commented, “Klinsmann prepared a tremendous gift for his son.”
The Korean national team, led by Klinsmann, will have another evaluation match against Saudi Arabia on the 13th.
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