Bento’s successor ‘new candidate’ appeared… Brilliant coaching career → shabby coaching performance

A local report in Spain came out that Robert Moreno (46, Spain), former coach of Granada, was in the limelight as a candidate for the new head coach of the Korean national soccer team, which was vacant after coach Paulo Bento (54, Portugal) left. Coach Moreno is a commanding tower with a brilliant career, having previously served as head coach for Spain national team coaches, Barcelona and AS Roma (Italy), but at the same time, his recent career as a manager in earnest left only poor results.

Spain’s As said on the 11th (Korean time), “Coach Moreno is receiving attention from Korea and Ecuador, who are looking for a new coach after the World Cup in Qatar.” It’s on the radar,” he said.

After early retirement, Moreno, who started his leadership as La Florida youth team coach in 2002, has a history of assisting former Spanish national team coach Luis Enrique as head coach at AS Roma, Celta Vigo and Barcelona. When coach Enrique took the helm of the Spanish national team, he was appointed as the head coach together, and after coach Enrique stepped down due to family problems, he filled the position instead and became the official coach of Spain at one time. After coach Enrique was reappointed, he was originally scheduled to go down as head coach, but the discord with coach Enrique became known belatedly, and the accompaniment was put to an end.

As such, Moreno’s strength is that he has a brilliant career, such as holding the leadership of the Spanish national team for a while and serving as the head coach for a long time in big professional clubs in Europe such as Barcelona and AS Roma. However, it is also noticeable that after parting ways with coach Enrique, only a few shabby careers remain in his full-fledged career as his command tower.

After leaving the Spanish national team, Moreno took over the helm of AS Monaco during the end of the 2019 season. In the first league game of his debut, he achieved results, such as drawing at the end of a slugfest with Paris Saint-Germain, but was hardened during the season without finally leading Monaco’s rebound. At the time, AS Monaco’s final league standings were 9th. 토토사이트

After being sacked in Monaco, he couldn’t find a new team for a while, and took on the ‘re-challenge’ by taking the command of Granada, Spain. After being promoted, Granada, which caused a sensation by ranking in single digits for two consecutive seasons, remained at the bottom of the rankings throughout the season under manager Moreno, and in the end, manager Moreno put down the baton again in March of the following year without completing a season. That season, Granada finished 18th in the league and were eventually relegated to the second division.

Since being sacked in March of last year, he has not been able to find a new team for nearly a year and remains independent. In the midst of this, the local explanation is that he is being discussed as a candidate for Korea’s new command tower. Ars said, “In a recent interview, Moreno expressed his desire to take the baton again and return to the field, but as he said that he would choose his next destination after in-depth consideration, we will have to keep an eye on his next move.”

Meanwhile, the Korea Football Association is in the process of appointing a new coach, led by Michael Müller (58, Germany), the new head of the Power Reinforcement Committee. The association plans to appoint a new coach by the end of this month, but Chairman Müller expressed his intention to appoint a sure coach rather than speed. In addition to coach Moreno, foreign media focused on José Bordalas (59, Spain), former Valencia coach, Chichi (61, Brazil), former Brazil national team coach, Torsten Fink (56, Germany), former Hamburg coach, and Vahid Halilhodzic (71, Bosnia). ) former coach of the Moroccan national team has been mentioned as a candidate.

Earlier, on the 25th of last month, while the first Power Reinforcement Committee meeting was held online, the association announced that the entire process would be ‘private’ in consideration of the characteristics of the national team coach negotiations. The debut game of the new coaching system will be a match against Colombia to be held in Ulsan on March 24 next month at the earliest. The opponent for the second evaluation match in Seoul on the 28th is undecided.

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