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China aims “compatriot Coach Park” to fight Vietnam?


Chinese media constantly reported on candidates to replace coach Li Tie in the context of the upcoming 2022 World Cup 3rd Qualifier.

Highlights UAE 3-2 Vietnam (World Cup 2022 Qualifiers) (Source: Next Media)

Recently, 163.com newspaper suddenly published information that this country’s Football Federation is targeting Kim Jong Boo for the position of head coach.

According to the Chinese newspaper, coach Kim Jong Boo shared in the Kimchi media that several leaders of the CFA contacted him to make an offer.

“The CFA is in contact with the Korean military leader. Kim Jong Boo has left many marks when he revived the Ha Bac club from the crisis.

Most coaches from Korea have the ability to inspire good competition and Mr. Kim is no exception. This is why the captain born in 1965 attracted the attention of the CFA. The details of the above contact have not been disclosed at this time.” Sinasport wrote.

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Coach Kim Jong Boo revealed that he was contacted by the CFA (Image: Sina)

Earlier, Chinese media also reported that it was likely that the veteran coach Marcello Lippi would return to the national team. The opponent of Vietnam Tel is showing great ambition in winning a ticket to the 2022 World Cup finals.

According to the AFC schedule, China will start its journey at the 3rd World Cup 2022 with a trip to Australia (September 2). Vietnam Tel will march to the neutral field in Qatar to face China on October 7.

Wu Lei and his teammates will not enjoy home advantage in the matches in September and October, even November. CFA is planning for the Chinese national team to practice and live in West Asia for 3 consecutive months.

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