Newly appointed head of KFA’s National Team Committee Michael Müller said he would start from scratch in the search for a new coach to lead the men’s national team, whilst fulfilling his role as a liaison between the association, the coaches and the players.
The 58-year-old German began his tenure with a press conference at the KFA House on Wednesday, having been appointed as the head of the committee following the resignation of his predecessor Lee Yongsoo last week.
Müller has worked as the head of KFA’s Technical Development Committee over two tenures, since he was appointed as an instructor for KFA’s coaching programmes in April 2018. He has not only worked as a coaching instructor, but also contributed to the development of youth football in Korea – introducing the 8-a-side games to the elementary school league in the process. Prior to his arrival in Korea, Müller had worked as a coaching instructor for the German football association (DFB), whilst also working as coach and scout for their youth national teams. .....
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