South Korea surprises former Manchester United captain to lead the team

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South Korea is in the news and may have a big surprise. By inviting Steve Bruce, former captain of Manchester United, to take control of the team in the near future.

South Korea surprises former Manchester United captain to lead the team

After Jurgen Klinsmann was sacrificed in the AFC Asian Cup 2023 defeat, South Korea is rumored to be in for a big surprise. By inviting Steve Bruce , former Premier League manager and former captain of Manchester United, to continue managing the team in the near future.

South Korea must urgently find a new coach after Klinsmann joined the team on a three-year contract and will stay until the 2026 World Cup finals. Decided to relinquish his chair quickly. After managing the team for only 18 matches due to failure in the Asian Cup. Losing 0-2 to Jordan and being eliminated from the playoffs. The same goes for chaos within the ufabet team. It is said that the powerful players even quarreled with each other.

Recently, The Mirror reported that the South Korean Football Association Opened the door to approach the surprise choice of Bruce. A 63-year-old English coach, former boss of various teams such as Birmingham City, Sunderland, Aston Villa, Sheffield Wednesday. Newcastle United has gone and Bruce himself seems ready to accept this job as well.

The former defender, captain of Manchester United won the Premier League for the first time in 1993, has been unemployed. Since parting ways with West Bromwich Albion at the end of 2022. He feels he has had enough of a break. Therefore, I am pleased to accept this work. Even though you have to be in a new environment and other things. which is very different from before.

“Steve was aware of interest from South Korea and the job appealed to him,” a source close to Bruce said. of some clubs in Saudi Arabia. And at the same time, he wanted to consider his options. And there will be an official negotiation soon.”.

“Steve is ready to return to work again. And he sees that going abroad to try his hand at work would be a good next step for his career.”

In this regard, South Korea must quickly find a new coach. This is because the qualifying round of the 2026 World Cup, Round 2, Asia Zone, will return to kick off again in January. The Korean army scheduled to play home and away against the Thai War Elephants in Seoul on 21 March. At Rajamangala Stadium 5 days later.