‘Monster Defender’ Kim Min-jae, suggesting retirement from the national team, “I collapsed mentally”

Monster defender’ Kim Min-jae revealed his difficult feelings and expressed his intention to retire from the national team.

On the 28th, at the World Cup Stadium in Seoul, South Korea played a friendly match for the national team, and was defeated by Uruguay 1-2. 63,952 people entered and sold out. Korea, which drew 2-2 with Colombia on the 24th, recorded 1 draw and 1 loss in two consecutive matches against South American powerhouses as manager Jurgen Klinsmann took over.

Kim Min-jae, who played full-time as in the previous Colombia match, continued to make rather shocking remarks in the joint coverage area (Mixed Zone) after the game. It was an expression of his intention to retire.

When asked if it was difficult, he said, “It’s very difficult,” and then said, “I’m in a state of collapse mentally. I want to focus on my team’s games rather than the national team.” 먹튀검증

When asked if he was speaking after being tuned, Kim Min-jae replied, “I can’t say that it was tuned. I can’t tell you more today.”

When asked if it was difficult because of transfer rumors, he said, “It’s not necessarily like that. It’s because of various football reasons,” he said, implying that he was in a difficult situation in many ways. After that, he left the mixed zone.

It was a statement that could not but suggest his retirement until his later official position.

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