There is no time… Hwang Seon-hong refining defensive tactics, even the wounded ‘with eyes’
Hwang Seon-hong-ho began tempering with about four months until the opening of the Hangzhou Asian Games. Due to the lack of time, even those with light injuries are concentrating on improving their tactical perfection by attending the training ground.
The Asian Games national team (U-24), led by coach Hwang Seon-hong, will conduct short convocation training at Paju NFC for three days from the 15th.
The Asian Games start in September, but Hwang Sun-Hong-ho can only be summoned during the A-match period in June and September, so there is not much time. In response, Hwang asked each K-League club and manager to summon a 27-member team to Paju for three days and two nights.
Most of the key players from each K-League team, including Eom Won-sang (Ulsan), Go Young-jun (Pohang), Yang Hyun-jun (Gangwon), and Lee Tae-seok (Seoul), who want to participate in the Asian Games, joined this call.
Song Min-gyu (Jeonbuk), Cheon Seong-hun, and Min Seong-jun (Idea), who were injured on their team, also joined Paju NFC.
Head coach Hwang Seon-hong said ahead of his first training session, “I will spend a good time as it is a hard-earned opportunity. I plan to share the tactical part with the squad.”
On the first day of the convocation, the players focused on raising their organizational power while warming up lightly in the beginning and doing positioning training without overdoing it. Song Min-gyu, who was injured on his team, also wore soccer boots and trained carefully.
Chun Seong-hoon and Min Seong-jun participated in team training with their eyes, such as checking the location of their teammates while lightly exercising outside the training ground.
According to a representative of the national team, Hwang Seon-Hong-Ho plans to improve his organizational skills by training once a day without overdoing it during the call-up period.토토사이트
Afterwards, during the A-match period in June, he plans to check his organization and performance once again through an evaluation match. In June, there is a high possibility that some members of the A national team, including Lee Kang-in (Mallorca) and Oh Hyun-kyu (Celtic), will join Hwang Seon-hong-ho to strengthen their organizational skills.
Coach Hwang explained that there would be no major problems with the recruitment of players, saying, “I discussed with coach Jurgen Klinsmann about the recruitment of players in June, and it was well organized. Communication is going smoothly, so there is no need to worry too much.”
Korean soccer is aiming for three consecutive Asian Games gold medals, but it is not easy. Powerful teams such as Japan, Uzbekistan, and Saudi Arabia are strong, and North Korea, which is shrouded in mystery, is also aiming to participate.
Coach Hwang Seon-hong also expressed difficulties in analyzing North Korea’s power, saying, “I talked about North Korea with the coach staff. The analysis team will have to look at North Korea’s power in Hangzhou.”