Mental strength-fighting spirit is the key to winning if technology is backed up, a ‘required condition’ for the new managerial competency

“It includes parts such as mental strength, fighting spirit, and fighting spirit.”

Korean football is represented by toughness. It has the power to bite and stretch and achieve results. The nickname ‘Red Devil’ is also due to the reckless and tenacious performance.

However, on a big stage like the World Cup, it was all about fighting spirit, and most of them did not cross the threshold of advancing to the round of 16. Excluding the 2002 Korea-Japan World Cup semifinals held at home, in the 2010 South Africa World Cup, he got a ticket to the round of 16 with a crouching strategy.

The so-called ‘I lost, but fought well’ was a word that always left a sense of regret. On the world stage, he was still an underdog. At least after the 2018 World Cup in Russia, coach Paulo Bento and coaches accompanied him for more than four years, forming a firm philosophy and successfully advancing to the round of 16 with a leading performance in Qatar. It is like confirming that it is possible to actively do ‘our thing’ on the world stage.

Michael Müller, the new head of the Korea Football Association’s Power Reinforcement Committee, who has watched Korean soccer as a ‘German’ for over four years, repeated interesting words several times while holding an inauguration press conference at the Seoul Sinmun-ro Soccer Center on the 11th. It was ‘psychic’.

He said that he watched the game as a member of the Technology Research Group (TSG) in Qatar and said, “I don’t think there are any more strong or weak teams. In particular, it seems that the three teams that reached the semifinals or higher had strong mental strength and fighting spirit. I showed a lot of dynamic parts in the part.”

As President Müller said, Croatia, who had advanced to the semifinals, advanced to the semifinals after fighting fiercely in penalty shootouts against Japan in the round of 16 and Brazil in the quarterfinals. The saying that the mind ruled the body was a fitting performance. Unexpectedly, Morocco also beat Spain on penalties in the round of 16 with an indomitable fighting spirit, and showed their ability to defend by winning 1-0 against Portugal in the quarterfinals.

Argentina, who faced a shocking 1-2 come-from-behind loss to Saudi Arabia in the first match of the group stage, also had a goal feast in the quarterfinals against the Netherlands, which was the biggest hurdle, and laughed in a penalty shootout after drawing 3-3 and defeated France in the final with amazing concentration. By kicking, he gained the joy of winning the championship for the first time in 36 years since the 1986 World Cup in Mexico.

What the three teams have in common, excluding France, is that they have excellent ability to overcome crises and that both physical strength and mental strength were in harmony even under the tight game schedule 메이저사이트. In the absence of a solver or lack of decisiveness, it was also seen that the team was able to survive in a one-goal match with organizational power. Another feature is that the consistency of the leaders has raised the capabilities of the players to the maximum.

Even if tactical changes occur frequently based on physical strength and mental strength, you must have the ability to implement them. “Diversity has increased. Teams have changed their tactics between games and from game to game. It was amazing how individual players develop, and the way the players show team organization has changed. And it was mental strength,” said Müller. The long-established team did not hide that the skeleton should not be shaken while the features are alive.

German football is representative of what goes back like a ‘cog wheel’. Of course, Russia and Qatar faced the shocking results of being eliminated from the group stage one after another, but there is no change in their world-class skills. The Bundesliga is the second highest level after the English Premier League and the Spanish Primera Liga, and many leaders are active in the world and are spreading the philosophy of German soccer.

Chairman Müller also experienced the technology development committee and put the design of the Korean adult national team to youth to some extent on the track. Now I have to do the connector and designer who build the leader of the adult national team. The fact that he emphasized the need for mental strength and fighting spirit as the foundation of all football seems to confirm that each player’s skills and potential are full, and at the same time, it seems to suggest that there is a high probability of selecting a person with the ability to maximize them in the process of appointing a leader. This is why the search for a manager for Chairman Mueller to unite the team has become more interesting.

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