The “absolutely stupid” answer was “FXXX your father.”

Klinsmann returned home on Thursday with the national team’s domestic players through Incheon International Airport Terminal 2. He arrived in a jubilant mood after the team’s 1-0 win over Saudi Arabia.

Klinsmann, who was appointed in February, drew five consecutive matches until the first match of the away trial, against Wales (0-0 draw), and only won the first match in the sixth match against Saudi Arabia, 1-0.

In addition to the poor performance, the team spent a lot of time abroad on vacation and ‘out-of-town duty’ contrary to their promise to stay in Korea, which led to the ‘attitude controversy’.

In response, Klinsmann said it was all in preparation for the Asian Cup.

He cited the German national team’s failure to make it out of the group stage at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar as an example and called on the team to perform well at the Asian Cup in Qatar next January.

Klinsmann said, “Everything surrounding the team was negative, and in the end, Germany was eliminated and sent home. The energy generated by the positive public opinion should be channeled into our players representing our country,” Klinsmann said. “If we don’t get the results we want, it’s not too late to point fingers, criticize, and point fingers.”

“In the end, the Asian Cup is our test,” he said, “and if the results are not good, then it’s really a test. That’s the fate of a coach.”

Originally, Klinsmann was not scheduled to return to South Korea on the same day. After the game against Saudi Arabia, he traveled directly to Germany to watch Bayern Munich play and visit European clubs for meetings with officials. The plan was to meet with the coaching staff in Europe to analyze the situation before returning home for the October A match.

Suddenly, the schedule changed. According to the Korea Football Association, Klinsmann met with the coaching staff on the 13th and decided to start checking the K League players before announcing the roster for the October A match.

In particular, Klinsmann didn’t mind interacting with fans. After the interview, which lasted about 20 minutes, Klinsmann took pictures with some of the fans. He also tapped Chaduri on the shoulder and spoke to the recently appointed head coach. 굿모닝토토

He also explained his sudden decision to return home. “You guys asked me to come,” Klinsmann said. I was told that a lot of people were waiting for me. I talked to a lot of people in the federation, and I heard that usually when a team comes back from an international trip, the coach comes back with the team, and that made me think twice.”

He continued, “I heard that a lot of people were waiting for me. I also talked to a lot of people in the association, and I heard that usually when the players come back from an international trip, the coach comes back with them, so that made me think twice.”

Now, instead of checking on the Europeans, Klinsmann plans to check on the K League this weekend. “I was actually scheduled to watch the Bayern Munich and Leverkusen games this week, and it wasn’t a big deal to change my schedule, so I thought it would be a good idea to travel with the team, so I’ll be at the K League this weekend,” he said.

There is one situation where Klinsmann’s perpetually smiling face turns a bit serious. His son wanted an Aaron Ramsey (Cardiff City) jersey.

“Actually, the physiotherapist of my son’s club asked for it (KFA official: the physiotherapist asked for it because he is Welsh). I don’t really understand it to be honest. The really sad and bad part is that after the story came out, there were bad comments on my son’s social media. It’s an absolutely stupid story. I have several players’ jerseys at home, not just Ramsey’s. I have exchanged many jerseys in my 40 years of soccer,” he explained.

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