South Korea Looking For New crypto gambling Coach

 

 

It is not often that a coach leaves his post just 80 days after leading a team to the World Cup but that is what former South Korean coach Jo Bonfrere did this week – although he would have been fired the day after.

 

Even after the 2002 World Cup semi-finalists made sure they had a crack at the 2006 version, the dour Dutchman wasn’t as popular as he might have been –partly due to patchy performances but also because of his perceived lack of passion and personality.

 

Finishing bottom of the East Asian championships meant that the knives, always near to hand in the top drawer, were shined and sharpened. The defeat of a near full-strength Korean team to an inexperienced Saudi Arabian line-up was the last straw. The media had a field day and the country’s legion of netizens were flexing their fingers behind …