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Discussion in 'Korea' started by killaorca, Jun 2, 2018.
Was Lennon's assistant manager at Celtic. Immense knowledge of the defensive side of things.
I wonder if some of the potential managers we're talking about prefer to bring their own coaching staff, or they don't mind KFA staffing.
If former, would KFA be open to that? Letting a manager bring their own coaching staff?
If the manager is of a high reputation, then he gets to choose who he wants, certainly.
Just had a wishful idea though. Henrik Larsson together with Mjällby. Would people on BSK be OK with this? It's a pipe dream though, these 2 were never linked with Korea before.
What do you like about Larsson?
You've activated the trigger for @chook90 and now watch him reel off hundreds of potential managers.
Has a knack for attacking parts of the game. At a minimum, he can teach Korean strikers about finishing chances. HHC first. Maybe he could kindly tell Son that dribbling is not always a good thing.
I remember Hiddink took HMB under his wings at Anzhi. Other than that I imagine it’s nearly impossible for Koreans to find any management job in Europe. Minority players are fine on the pitch but when it comes to management that puts the 'person of color' in a more social situation with the chairman and the rest of the board. Many of these men do not socialize or otherwise interact with minorities and prefer the company of their old 'buddies'. If they employ an Asian person to manage their football clubs that person would have to be included around dinner party tables etc. and with some of these chairmen and their ilk, they wouldn't be able to engage in the same 'ethnic banter' they get away with when the room is full of their like-minded friends.
I think Shin is a good manager for AFC standards. He's over-engineered things this tournament and out-clevered his own tactics. I think he's decent enough where he's learned a thing or two. So he needs to go back to where he belongs: The K-League. The country would benefit most from his experience and learnings. And domestic players have much to learn.
For the KNT, we need a manager that has a few battle scars managing a Europa-level team. We don't need someone who's lifted a trophy and won awards. That exceeds the needs of the team. We need someone who's gone through the brutual winter months, fought relegation, dealt with the injured list, calmed unhappy owners and fans, mentored the spiritually ill and humbled the big-headed - all the while playing in the domestic league, the domestic cup and in Europe. The type where the big clubs are reluctant to give the job to but have clearly demonstrated that they belong in the top flight. For the KNT, someone like Sam Allardyce would fit the bill perfectly. Do I think he'd accept a KNT position? No. But this does warrant a discussion on what exactly is our criteria when hunting for a manager.
I think Son has a massive problem especially when he plays centrally as a forward. Specifically, he dribbles when he shouldn't and is clueless in positioning (centrally). I think we could of scored a couple more against Germany had he been more disciplined. Hence, I do beg the question whether he'd really listen to a Larson when Mauricio Pochetino can't enforce this discipline upon him. As much as I think Son is too good for the KNT, he has some deficiencies and needs someone that can tell him to stfu.
Depends. We need experienced coaches. I argue what does Cha Du-ri or Kim Nam-il know anything about coaching. To me, a coach is someone that can strategically and tactically take helm in the absence of the manager. Neither of these guys have any experience coaching or managing. If a foregn manager prefers to bring their own staff, we need to validate their experience. We don't need foreign cheer leaders. We have plenty of that domestically.
As much as I disliked him for his boring style of play, he did what he had to do with the resources he had. He knows how to fight with the resources he has and is willing to go far and wide to make things click with the cr*ppy players he had. I think it would be a good fit.
Right. Big Sam is an unpopular choice for many reasons. But nobody could dare say that the KNT is too good for a seasoned veteran like Sam Allardyce. Someone like Guus was too much gold-plating and I don't foresee a signing like that. As a matter of fact, I'd argue against it. I don't think our players are good enough to execute cutting-edge. But someone like Dick Advocaat - perfect. So where are the Big Sams?
I think KFA wants managers who want to play an attractive style of football, given their previous choices as managers. The problem is that we just do not have players to play like that, and need a gritty team that can pull off a sucker punch in every counterattack we have.
When it comes to international football, it's better to keep shit simple instead of playing overly complicated. Unless all your players play for Barcelona week after week and was raised together in the same system.
Agree with you. I don't envision us ever playing pretty football in the near future, however, there's no shame in playing a tenacious, rugged game. You cannot call 2013-14 Atletico Madrid an inferior team to Real or Barca. I'd rather be a winning Atleti than a losing Barca.
agree with you, but I have a question:
How did teams like Morocco play an attractive game when their players play for clubs all over the place?
Is it because their country is close to Europe, so the NT coach can organize training camps with all of their Euro-based players frequently?
Not attractive, I'm talking Spanish tiki taka that so many of our managers are obsessed over.
There's a rumor that Shin Tae-yong received offers from China and Japan.
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I'd love to see STY as manager of CNT HAHAH
I assume you meant club though
I think for international level, Morocco still plays "attractive" football. Can't really compare NTs to club football tho.
NT or club? Because the Chinese NT manager spot is reserved for Uli
It's prob club bc there is no way in hell the JFA is stupid enough to hire STY as manager
Getting Sam Allardyce would be an even greater regression than keeping STY.
This also reminds me of when the KFA had a hard on for Mick McCarthy, like seriously???????
Get Dick Advocaat back NOW.