It was reported that Jürgen Klinsmann, 59, the head coach of the South Korean national team, would play in the Bayern Munich-Chelsea Legends Match. Of course, it wasn’t true.

The South Korean national soccer team, led by Jürgen Klinsmann, drew 0-0 with Wales in an international friendly at Cardiff City Stadium in Cardiff, England, at 3:45 a.m. ET on Aug. 8.

Since taking over in March, Klinsmann has coached the South Korean national team in five A matches, including one against Wales, but has yet to win a game. Two draws and two losses in four A matches in March and June were followed by another draw today.

In March, the Klinsmanns drew 2-2 with Colombia and lost 1-2 to Uruguay, while in June they lost 0-1 to Peru and drew 1-1 with El Salvador. By failing to win, Klinsmann became the first coach in South Korean soccer history to fail to win his first five games in charge.

After the game, Klinsmann was embroiled in yet another controversy, as he has been accused of excessive telecommuting, press releases about his roster, poor performances, and a winless streak since his appointment. That’s the controversy over Klinsmann’s participation in the Legends Match.

Chelsea and Bayern Munich will host a charity match in honor of the late Gianluca Vialli at Stamford Bridge in London on Sept. 9. And on the list was the name of “Munich legend” Klinsmann.

Klinsmann, who played for VfB Stuttgart, Inter Milan, AS Monaco, Tottenham Hotspur, and Bayern Munich as a player, is a “legend” who is often mentioned when discussing the history of strikers in world soccer. After retiring from playing, Klinsmann continued his coaching career and has been active in various organizations, including UEFA.

The idea of him participating in a private event during an A-match is almost too good to be true. Klinsmann and the national team are scheduled to face Saudi Arabia in Newcastle, England, on June 13. The Korean Football Association (KFA) was quick to set the record straight. 카지노

“It took us a while to check the facts because it’s early in the morning here,” a KFA official said, “and of course Klinsmann will not be attending.”

When asked why he was on the list, the KFA official added, “There must have been a mistake on the part of the organizers.”

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