Promoted to coach’ Cha Du-ri’s final words to FC Seoul, “Thank you for caring for me all this time.

Cha Du-ri, who was promoted from national team advisor to coach, gave his final greetings to the club’s fans as he stepped down from his position as head of FC Seoul’s youth reinforcement department.

On the 1st, the Korea Football Association announced, “Cha Doo-ri, national team advisor, will change his position to coach from the European expedition in September to next year’s Asian Cup in Qatar.” Cha Doo-ri has been working as an advisor to the national team since Coach Klinsmann took office in March. In the meantime, he served as an advisor and coach

. Although he served as a bridge between the team and the players and provided advice on the K-League environment and players, he did not participate in training or sit directly on the game bench during the national team call-up. Cha Du-ri, who has now changed his position to coach, is responsible for both training and game guidance 

. Participates. He also sits on the coach’s bench during games. The role of directly influencing the game has been added. 

Coach Cha Du-ri said through KFA, “The national team lifted the trophy for the first time in 64 years at the upcoming Qatar Asian Cup, relieving the sorrow of Korean soccer. “I have always thought about ways to contribute to Korean soccer based on the experience I have accumulated, and as the coach of the A national team, I will work with a sense of responsibility to help coach Klinsmann and the team,” he said, expressing his thoughts about joining the national team.온라인바카라

On the 2nd, a day after receiving his coaching duties, Cha Du-ri sent farewell words to Seoul fans through FC Seoul’s social media account. 

He said, “We suddenly broke up,” and added, “I would like to thank the fans who have always watched and loved FC Seoul Youth over the past four years. (In the future) I would be grateful if you would continue to support and love our youth so that they can always go in a good direction.” 

He continued, “FC Seoul has always felt like home to me, and I am sad to leave, but there is something I can do for the national team, so I will go there and work hard. I don’t know when we will meet again, but if we have the opportunity to meet again, I will be well prepared to work well and hard in any position with FC Seoul. Thank you for caring for me and FC Seoul Youth all these years. In the future, we will support both the FC Seoul professional team youth team and the club. “I will see you at the playground often,” he added.

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