Like the Hiddink in the Gold Cup… Women’s soccer Belho, quenching this month

The women’s national soccer team, led by head coach Colin Bell, will participate in a friendly match in England. Like Hiddink, who gained practical experience by participating in the North and Central America Gold Cup ahead of the 2002 Korea-Japan World Cup, Belho is expected to temper herself by dealing with strong players ahead of the opening of the 2023 Australia-New Zealand Women’s World Cup in July.

After convocation training in Ulsan, 23 members of the women’s national team left for England on the 10th, where the Arnold Clark Cup, a friendly competition between four countries, was held.

Ji So-yeon (Suwon FC Women), Jang Seul-gi (Incheon Hyundai Steel), Lee Geum-min (Brighton & Hove Albion), Chu Hyo-joo (Suwon FC Women), Choi Yu-ri (Incheon Hyundai Steel), and other key resources of the women’s national team will all participate. 스포츠토토

Lee Min-ah (Incheon Hyundai Steel), Lee Young-joo (Madrid CFF), and Cho So-hyun (Tottenham Hotspur FC Women) missed out due to injury, but Chun Garam (Ulsan College of Science) and Bae Ye-bin (Pohang Girls’ High School), who are considered the future of women’s soccer, are participating in this tournament. participate in

The women’s national team, which recorded a disappointing record of 3 losses in the group stage at the 2019 Women’s World Cup in France, appointed coach Colin Bell from England to raise its organizational power over the past 4 years, and will practice the World Cup through this tournament.

European powerhouses compete in the Arnold Clark Cup. England, Italy and Belgium are the opponents. England ranks 4th in the FIFA rankings, Italy 17th and Belgium 20th. South Korea ranks 15th in the world. Belgium did not advance to the finals of the Women’s World Cup, but England and Italy are scheduled to advance to the finals like Korea.

The Arnold Clark Cup is not an old tournament. Established last year, the competition is organized by the Football Association of England. England, Spain, Canada and Germany competed in the first tournament. England ranked first, Spain second, Canada third and Germany fourth.

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