Reporter Jang Bo-in = Lee Geum-min and Park Ye-eun (above Brighton) of the Korean women’s soccer team plan to make full use of the experience and information they have accumulated from their team ahead of the England national team.
The women’s soccer team, led by coach Colin Bell (England), will play its first Arnold Clark Cup match between England and England on the morning of the 17th (hereinafter Korean time).
The Arnold Clark Cup is an international women’s football friendly competition hosted by the England Football Association, and four countries participate. Korea will face off against Belgium on the 20th and Italy on the 23rd.
Lee Geum-min and Park Ye-eun, who play in England, face familiar players from the league from the first match.
Lee Geum-min said through the Korea Football Association on the 15th, “I am very excited because the first game is England. I know that the tickets for the game are sold out, but I am looking forward to seeing how our team will play better than before in a large crowd.” showed excitement.
He cautioned, “All English players are good and each has their own style, so it is difficult to point out just one. All players have their strengths.”
At the same time, he pledged victory, saying, “Because they are players who ran together in the league, we know each player’s strengths well. We will share information about opponent players with our players to help the team.”
Park Ye-eun also said, “Some players from my team have been selected for the England national team. We talked about where we will play together and our expectations.” .
Korean women’s football, which is ranked 15th in the FIFA rankings, has played 2 matches against 4th placed England, with 1 draw and 1 loss. 온라인카지노
It’s an opponent they’ve never beaten before, but to prepare for the FIFA Women’s World Cup, which opens in July, they need to gain experience against strong teams.
While Cho So-hyun (Tottenham) and Lee Young-joo (Madrid CFF) are unable to participate in this tournament due to injuries, various players from Chun Ga-ram (Ulsan University of Science) to Park Eun-seon (Seoul City Hall) are strengthening their organizational skills in Bell Lake.
Lee Geum-min positively predicted, “Korean players are agile and handle the ball delicately. This will create a good opportunity in competition with opponents.”
“Young players are active, run a lot, and play creatively. These things are bringing changes to our team. In addition, (Park) Eun-seon unnie is seen by other teams from physical to ‘Is there a player like this in Korea?’ It makes me think, and existence itself is a big advantage.”
Players sweating in England are looking beyond the Arnold Clark Cup to the upcoming World Cup.
Lee Geum-min said, “There is not much time left. I want to finish well for the remaining time and bring good results in the World Cup. I want to break the best record set by the women’s national team.”
Park Ye-eun said, “I think that in the World Cup, you must score more goals than your opponent. We will do our best so that our team can score goals and bring about good results.”