Men’s soccer team coach Jurgen Klinsmann said in an interview with Italian media that he supports Inter Milan, his former team.

The Italian daily newspaper ‘Gacheta dello Sport’ greeted Inter ahead of the 2022-2023 European Football Federation Champions League (UCL) Round of 16 second leg between Porto and Inter held at Estadio do Dragang in Porto, Portugal on the 15th (Korean time) interviews were published.

Klinsmann, an roving player during his playing days, played just three seasons for Inter, but gave him one of only six European titles in the club’s history. 1990-1991 UEFA Cup (now Europa League) winner. It was a time when they enjoyed their heyday by winning important trophies for two consecutive years, from the 1990 World Cup in Italy to the UEFA Cup. Both competitions were held in Rome, Italy. 안전놀이터

Manager Klinsman sent support for Inter, saying, “I’m going to watch the game here in Seoul.” He also said, “What Inter has shown in the league these days is not the true face of Inter. Inter is a great team and has a great manager.” Inter defeated Porto 1-0 in the first leg of the UCL Round of 16 at home, but has since fallen into a slump with 1 win and 2 losses in Serie A.

He continued, “This is a team that can achieve outstanding results in Europe. The game against Barcelona at Camp Nou was thrilling. Thinking about that game, I am waiting for the second round of the round of 16 with a calm mind. I want to feel joy this time as I did that day. “Once we reach the quarterfinals, who knows what happens after that?” coach Klinsmann said. “I expect a lot from the two forwards, Lautaro Martinez and Edin Dzeko. They are players who can overcome the mistakes of the past and break the world. We have to win,” he said.

Head coach Klinsman, who recently took the helm of the Korean national team, will summon the players for the first time on the 20th, and will have debut matches against Colombia on the 24th and Uruguay on the 28th.

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