Local media reported that coach Paulo Bento (53, Portugal), who finished his four-year partnership with Korean soccer after achieving the World Cup round of 16, was on the lookout for the next Polish national team coach.
Polish news portal ‘WP Sportowefakty’ reported on the 15th (local time) that the Polish Football Association (PZPN) had not confirmed the succession of the current national team coach Czesław Mikhniewicz (52, Poland).
At the same time, it was announced that the Polish Association was considering coach Bento as a candidate for the successor. If the association does not renew the contract with coach Mihnievich, coach Bento is said to be the first priority for the next national team command tower.
Also, “Bento has just finished the Korean national team coaching job he has held for four years. Korea advanced to the round of 16 like Poland at the World Cup in Qatar, but lost 1-4 to Brazil,” he said.
Meanwhile, coach Bento is expected to decide on his future move after examining various options.
In a recent interview with British media Sky Sports, coach Bento was asked, “Are you interested in English football?” In an interview, he expressed his interest by answering, “English football is a league that everyone wants to experience.” 토토
Coach Bento returned to Korea with the squad after the Qatar World Cup schedule and left for Portugal on the 13th.