Michael Müller (58), the new Korea Football Association (KFA) National Team Strengthening Committee, was honest.
The KFA announced on the 4th that “Recently, Lee Yong-soo, chairman of the National Team Strengthening Committee, expressed his gratitude and repaired it, and newly appointed Müller, who is currently the technical development chairman of the association, as his successor.”
Chairman Muller, who has held various positions in the country, will be dedicated to the development of Korean football in the future. The first and the most interesting thing is to appoint a coach for the men’s national team.
However, it is known that Lee Yong-soo, the former chairman of the team, handed over the list in appointing a new coach when he retired. Former Chairman Lee Yong-soo contributed to the appointment of Guus Hiddink while preparing for the 2002 World Cup. However, at the same time, he is a person who is being criticized for his failure to appoint Uli Stielike in the past. Concerns arose that such a person would influence the appointment of a new manager. 먹튀검증
At the inauguration press conference held on the 11th, Müller, the new chairman, frankly confessed that it was true that he had received the list from former chairman Lee Yong-soo. Müller said frankly, “Thankfully, I received a list of candidates.” 먹튀검증
However, “(I received the list), I plan to leave all possibilities open again and use my personal network to appoint a coach. I heard the KFA’s request, but the main factors were professionalism, experience, motivation, teamwork cultivation, and environmental factors. We plan to appoint a manager according to five guidelines.” In other words, the KFA indirectly denied the black rumor that former chairman Lee Yong-soo would appoint a new director.