South Korea Coach Hong Myung-Bo “will decider later on” whether he’ll quit after an early World Cup exit.
“It’s difficult to give a grade to my players. There were a lot of trials and errors,” he told FIFA.
“I think our players did their best during the whole process. It’s difficult to self evaluate but it is my failing that caused this result.
“We played quite well and there were chances where we could have counter-attacked. When the Belgian player got the red card the situation changed and I think we concentrated too much on the centre.”
Several tacticians have decided to walk away after the World Cup and Hong Myung-Bo confessed he could be one of them.
“I will decide later on whether I will stay in the job.”
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