The Taeguk Ladies streamed off to Toronto on Monday to prepare in front of a well disposed against the Canadian public group at BMO Field in Toronto on June 26.
Colin Bell and the group withdrew from Incheon International Airport in Incheon on Monday night following two days preparing at the National Football Center in Paju, Gyeonggi. The group will prepare for seven days in Canada prior to taking on the Olympic bosses at BMO Field at 3 p.m. on June 26, or at 4 a.m. on June 27 in Korea.
As per Korea sports news reports, normal starters Suwon FC’s Ji So-yun, Korea’s untouched top scorer across all kinds of people public football, Tottenham Hotspur’s Cho So-hyun and Incheon Hyundai Steel’s Jang Sel-gi, who missed the latest call up because of injury, were totally called up for the Canada game.
Taeguk Ladies Go to Canada for Friendly
Veteran forward Park Eun-seon was reviewed to the public crew without precedent for seven years, since the 2015 Canada Women’s World Cup. At 35 years of age, Park is the most seasoned outfield player at any point called up to the Korean ladies’ public group. The most seasoned player stays longstanding 37-year-old goalkeeper Kim Jung-mi.
Talking at the National Football Center on Saturday, Bell, who demanded responding to inquiries in Korean, said that he had been thinking about hit Park up beginning around 2019, when he saw her play for Seoul against Sejong Sportstoto WFC.
Adding Park to the crew, Bell said, could give the crew more profundity and give him more choices to adjust the crew during a game. Referring to the Tokyo Olympics season finisher against China last year, that’s what bell said assuming that a rival picks to fill the pitch with tall and solid players, Park offers a more actual option for Korea.