Coach Park, born in 1989, also serves as coach of the A national team…“We will continue with high intensity”
“Coach Bell advised me to believe in myself and do what I want to do.”
Women’s soccer U-19 national team heading to Uzbekistan
The women’s under-19 (U-19) national soccer team, led by the youngest ever coach Park Yoon-jung, will participate in the 2024 FIFA Under-20 (U-20) World Cup through an evaluation match against Uzbekistan. Take the first step towards
The U-19 women’s national team, led by coach Park Yoon-jung, will depart for Uzbekistan through Incheon International Airport on the afternoon of the 27th.
Coach Park Yoon-jung, who was born in 1989 and is the youngest ever and the third female coach to take charge of the national team, aims to advance to the U-20 Women’s World Cup finals to be held in Colombia next September.
In order to participate in the World Cup, a player must place third or higher in the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) U-20 Women’s Asian Cup to be held in March next year.
Park Yoon-jung will be training in Uzbekistan until the 4th of next month with the goal of reaching the podium at the Asian Cup.
An evaluation match will be played against Uzbekistan on the 30th of this month and the 3rd of next month.
Park Yoon-jeong, U-19 women’s national team coach
Before leaving the country, Coach Park Yoon-jung held a press conference at the National Team Training Center (NFC) in Paju, Gyeonggi Province, and revealed the burden and expectations of being the youngest coach, while also suggesting the standard of hiring ‘players who are faithful to the basics’.
Coach Park Yoon-jung said, “There is a burden that comes with being the youngest, but I am excited and looking forward to the idea that there will be something I can do because I am young. Since I have an experienced coaching staff, all I have to do is do well. I will help the players grow further.” “I want to help,” he said.
Coach Park also serves as coach of the women’s national team led by coach Colin Bell.
Director Park said, “Director Bell told me not to be nervous. It was my first time as a coach, but since we have worked well together so far, he told me to believe in myself and do well. I gained strength from his advice to do whatever I want.”
Director Park Yoon-jung being interviewed
As a coach, Coach Park, who experienced the 2023 Australia-New Zealand Women’s World Cup and the 2022 U-20 Costa Rica Women’s World Cup, emphasizes that the players should stick to the basics.
Coach Park said, “It is natural to prepare tactically (having participated in several international competitions), but I thought a lot about the need to stick to the basics.” Coach Bell’s high-intensity training is a way to survive on the world stage. “I plan to continue,” he said.
He then expressed his intention to teach character as well, saying, “Technical aspects are important for young players, but they must also show basic courtesy in their behavior as people and students.”
Coach Park Yoon-jung narrowed the field training list from 31 to 22 through the first convocation training early this month, and then held the second convocation training for three days starting on the 24th.
Coach Park Yoon-jung, who said, “I selected 22 players by comprehensively looking at whether they handled the ball confidently and whether they did their best on the pitch,” said of the two evaluation games against Uzbekistan, “If you do your best in the process, the results will follow.” He declared that he would catch both the content and result of the game. 카지노사이트존