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Womens World Cup Belho Finished her Journey

Womens World Cup Belho Finished her Journey, ‘high-intensity’ challenge that ended unfortunately Mistakes and bad luck combined to lose the first and second games in a row…

The fundamental problem is ‘intensified women’s soccer’
“I kept losing in 50-50 fights”…

Bell emphasizes the need for high intensity to the end

The Korean women’s national team, led by coach Colin Bell,

has completed a four-year journey aimed at propaganda at the 2023 FIFA World Cup.

National Team

The national team was eliminated in the group stage for two consecutive tournaments following the 2019 World Cup in France.

Unlike the previous tournament in which they were defeated,

it is comforting that they drew 1-1 against Germany,

which is second in the FIFA rankings, in this World Cup in Australia and New Zealand.

However, if you look at it calmly, you once again felt the high wall of world football,

such as recording the bottom of the group this time.

The reason why Belho struggled is complex.

On the surface, mistakes and bad luck overlapped.

All the conceded points in the first game against Colombia came from a scene that could be considered a mistake.

The national team, which overpowered the opponent at the beginning of the game,

was judged to have hit the arm of Sim Seo-yeon (Suwon FC), and the mood was broken.

The national team, which conceded first with a penalty kick,

It driven to 0-2 due to a painful mistake by goalkeeper Yoon Young-geul (BK Hekin) in the 39th minute of the first half. 온라인카지노

Linda Caicedo’s

Linda Caicedo’s mid-range shot went straight, but the ball flew into the goal because she couldn’t hit it properly.

Right before the kick-off of the second game against Morocco,

key defender Lim Seon-joo (Incheon Hyundai Steel) had the bad luck to leave due to sudden calf pain.

Belho, whose defense was weakened, could not make up for the void left by Lim Seon-joo and conceded a goal first.

If you look at each scene, you can catch a fundamental problem rather than a simple mistake.

The players could hardly overcome the fierce physical fight and competition at the level of the World Cup.

Caicedo accelerated from the half-line before scoring with a mid-range catcher,

took off Kim Hye-ri (Incheon Hyundai Steel) in an instant to take a shot.

First Goal

The first goal against Morocco, which came six minutes after the start of the game,

came as Hong Hye-ji (Incheon Hyundai Steel) was pushed out of the race against Zreidi, who rushed to the goal.

When the space was preoccupied by Zraidi, who pushed forward terribly,

Hong Hye-ji belatedly attempted a shoulder fight, but fell down.

In the match against Germany, where he scored the opening goal in the 6th minute of the game, he could not prevent the opponent’s ‘air attack’.

When Svenya Hutt crossed from the right flank, German goal scorer Alexandra Pope overpowered Kim Hye-ri

after a physical struggle and finished with a header to turn the game around.

It is also a pity that the side strikers were pushed back in a speed fight with the opposing fullbacks

throughout the tournament and did not have many shooting opportunities.

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World Cup

It became a World Cup that clearly revealed the gap in athletic ability with teams on the world stage, such as agility, concentration, strength, and height.

The teams the national team lost are all outside the 20th place in the FIFA rankings.

It is worth examining whether they are lagging behind in the development of women’s football in that a ‘physical gap’ has appeared with these teams.

Ji So-yeon (Suwon FC), the team’s signboard, also analyzed to reporters after the match against Colombia and Morocco, “I kept losing in 50-50 (competition) fights.”

In particular, it is worth recalling that teams with much lower rankings than us, such as Nigeria (40th), Jamaica (43rd), and South Africa (54th), advanced to the round of 16.

The players of this team showed off their athletic ability comparable to European teams by bragging about their fast feet and risking fierce body collisions.

Coach Bell

Coach Bell was most alarmed by the trend of women’s soccer,

which features increasingly frequent sprints and intense physical fights.

During this World Cup, the word that came up the most

at the press conference of European team leaders was high-intensity, which translates to ‘high intensity’.

It is a collective term for activities that put physical and mental load on athletes,

such as lifting at maximum speed or bumping into an opponent with full force.

This word has become the ‘slogan’ aimed at coach Bell, who took office in 2019,

and the ‘guiding philosophy’ that runs the national team.

Korean women’s soccer

Coach Bell insisted on ‘total reform’ of Korean women’s soccer when the defeat in Morocco made it likely to be eliminated in the round of 16, saying,

“I will talk about ‘high intensity’ until I get tired of it.”

Coach Bell’s ambitious plan to transplant the global trend of high intensity to Korea did not see the light of day on the World Cup stage.

Coach Bell, who finished the World Cup schedule with the game against Germany on the 3rd, emphasized the need for high-intensity again,

saying, “Now we have to look to the future.”

Coach Bell expressed his intention to strive to improve the perfection of ‘high-intensity football’, saying,

“If you can’t show fast speed while playing intense games, you can’t get a chance in modern football.”


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