Hwang Sun-hong, who coached the U-23 national team, and former soccer player Lee Cheon-soo, who played with Hwang at the 2002 World Cup in Korea-Japan, accused Hwang, Korea Football Association president Chung Mong-kyu, and power enhancement committee chairman Chung Jeong-sung of being responsible. Chung, in particular, was the most responsible and called for his resignation.

Lee Chun-su posted a video on his YouTube channel titled “Why don’t you stop and come down,” saying, “I also went to the Olympics, but I think this is really wrong,” adding, “Chairman Chung Mong-kyu, President Jeong Jung-sung, and coach Hwang Sun-hong should really take responsibility. The athletes should also reflect,” 온라인카지노 he criticized.

“I told him not to do it because I was afraid of the consequences, but he should take responsibility for it unconditionally,” he said, referring to Chung’s decision to give Hwang the interim job of A team coach after he sacked Jürgen Klinsmann in February, adding, “What he has done so far is to bring Korean soccer down for more than 10 years.”

“You can’t think, ‘One Olympics and that’s it,'” Lee said.

“We lost to Indonesia in many ways, including the performance itself and the ratio of chances. I thought they were a team preparing for the Olympic qualifiers, and they were at the same level as Indonesia under Shin Tae-yong. We were the only ones who were not nervous and thought we would go to the Olympics unconditionally,” he criticized.

“President Chung should resign unconditionally. He is also responsible for using the wrong people,” he said, adding, “Only then can we have a future again. The people who blew up the future of Korean soccer should be wiped out and everything should be changed. They have done too much wrong to Korean soccer,” he reiterated.

He added, “All the people who made Korean soccer have no future must stop. They have done too much to Korean soccer,” he said.

Meanwhile, Hwang’s U-23 soccer team lost 10-11 on penalties after drawing 2-2 with Indonesia in the quarterfinals of the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) U-23 Asian Cup in Doha, Qatar, earlier in the day.

The loss ended South Korea’s hopes of qualifying for the Olympic Games in Paris as they failed to advance to the quarterfinals. South Korean soccer qualifies for the Olympics

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