Park Hang-seo = new coach?

Discussion in 'Asian Football Confederation' started by Chachi King, Aug 6, 2002.

  1. Chachi King

    Chachi King New Member

    Mar 14, 2002
    It's nice to see someone well-acquainted with Hiddink's tactics at the helm, but I'm afraid that we might see pre-1998 style chaos again. There may very well be a time when a Kim Nam-il or Song J.G. hits a low point in their career, and personally I can't see Park Hang-seo being able to make harsh decisions against the media and public's wants.

    Frankly, I think Korean football's attachment to Hiddink will soon be unhealthy. I think we need something better than a stopgap measure (Park) "so that Hiddink can come back to his spot in 2004."
  2. Deleted Users

    Deleted Users Member+

    Nov 25, 2001
    I agree. We can't rely on Guus forever. One day we're going to have to move on and that might as well be now. There are many coaches that are Hiddink's caliber. We should be looking at 2006. Korea won't have to preparation time like they did this year and sure as hell the KFA will fail to get the players released from the clubs to do this.

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