The interest of the world football world does not stop in the destination of coach Paulo Bento (53, Portugal), who led Korean football to the round of 16 at the 2022 Qatar World Cup.
Coach Bento, who took office in September 2018 right after the World Cup in Russia and led the Taegeuk Warriors for 4 years and 4 months, has raised Korean soccer to the tournament round 12 years after the 2010 South Africa tournament through a firm soccer philosophy, leadership method, and steady operation of tactics. put He changed the question marks at the beginning of his inauguration into exclamation marks through his amazing performances and satisfactory results in the finals of the World Cup. 메이저놀이터
Director Bento said, “I will take a break and think about the next step,” but the atmosphere around him has no intention of waiting. One of the news that gathered a lot of topics over the weekend was the news of Bento’s candidate for the Polish national team coaching position. A Polish media reported, “The Polish Football Association has nominated Bento as the next head coach, and he himself wants to join Poland.”
The Qatar World Cup performance of Poland, led by Robert Lewandowski (FC Barcelona), the ‘scoring machine’, was far from satisfactory. They passed the group stage, where they competed against Argentina, but lost 1-3 in the round of 16 against France. Director Chesław Mikhnievich’s future is also in a mystery.
Another news also appeared at about the same time as the news of the Polish command post was announced. It is news that Ghana, which faced Korea in the group stage, also nominated coach Bento for the command tower.
However, Bento has no reason to rush. The World Cup has just finished, and most countries have not progressed even after reporting the accounts. As he has led Korean football and achieved amazing results, coach Bento can receive a number of proposals. There is a possibility of returning to the pro team. In the past, coach Bento led Sporting CP (Portugal), Cruzeiro (Brazil), and Olympiacos (Greece). His national team head coach was Korea’s second after his home country.