The word also came out of the mouth of coach Jurgen Klinsmann (58).
The Korean national soccer team is about to play against the Uruguay national soccer team in an A-match invited by Hana Bank to be held at the Sangam World Cup Stadium in Seoul from 8:00 pm (Korean time) on the 28th. It is the national team that showed off hot football in the match against Colombia held on the 24th (2-2 draw). In the game on the 28th, the plan is to make the first win of the Klinsman system.
After being given a short night out on the 25th, the national team gathered again until 5:00 pm on the same day. Lee Jae-seong (30) and Seol Young-woo (24) briefly interviewed the media as representatives. And immediately started training.
The players are in the middle of the current season, and they have digested the movement and training. This is the time when the A match schedule is halfway through and the physical load is maximized. This is the reason why the players’ steps were heavy during the physical training on the 26th.
Coach Klinsman shouted short fighting slogans in multiple languages and seemed to encourage the players. In particular, he encouraged Min-jae Kim, the mood maker of the national team, and raised the atmosphere of the team together. 안전놀이터
Coach Klinsmann encouraged Min-jae Kim to run more excitedly by saying “Mamma Mia”, a foreign exclamation. And at the end, “Forza Napoli!” came out. The players also smiled.
“Forza Napoli Sempre!” literally translates to “Fighting Napoli forever!” It became a hot topic after Kim Min-jae used it at the Naples press conference last summer and continued to use it. Although unfortunately (?) Sempre was missing, it was interesting that Forza Napoli came out of Klinsman’s mouth. I could see that coach Klinsman quickly figured out the team and tried to melt.