‘Interim’ coach Hwang Seon-hong’s national team will face Thailand at the Seoul World Cup Stadium on March 21.

On the 26th, away game in Bangkok, Thailand.
Hwang Seon-hong, the 23-year-old (U-23) national soccer team coach, has decided to temporarily serve as the coach of the A national team, and will play a two-game series against Thailand in the 2026 North, Central and American World Cup Asia second round qualifiers next month.

The Korea Football Association said on the 28th, “The 3rd and 4th games of the North and Central America World Cup 2nd qualifying round will be played against Thailand next month. “The third game will be held at the Seoul World Cup Stadium at 8 p.m. on the 21st.”

Game 4 will be held at Rajamangala Stadium in Bangkok, Thailand on the 26th.

Korea ranked first in the group with two wins, defeating Singapore (5-0) and China (3-0) in the first and second games last November. Thailand is in second place with 1 win and 1 loss.

Coach Hwang, who took on the role of a firefighter following the dismissal of coach Jurgen Klinsmann (Germany), is in charge of only two games against Thailand in March. Coach Hwang plans to announce the national team roster on the 11th of next month and begin convocation training on the 18th.

Coach Hwang said, “There are concerns and concerns about the tight schedule for the Olympic qualifiers, but we will work closely with the coaches as we have done before to fully prepare for the qualifiers in April.” He added, “The (A) national team will also do well.” “We will prepare to end the two-game series in West Thailand with a good result,” he said.

The U-23 national team will participate in the final qualifiers for the U-23 Asian Cup and 2024 Paris Olympics to be held in Qatar in April. You must be in the top three in this competition to advance to the finals of the Paris Olympics.

While Coach Hwang is away, the existing coaching staff plans to lead the team. 토토사이트

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