The keywords for the 2nd match against Zambia in ‘Belho’ are ‘experimental’ and ‘physical’

April 10, 2023 0 Comments

The women’s soccer team, led by coach Colin Bell (62, England), is preparing for the 2023 Australia-New Zealand World Cup in July. There are now only two mock exams left. The second match against Zambia, which will be held at Yongin Mir Stadium on the 11th, is an evaluation match to be digested after entering Australia in July. The evaluation match in July will be held after the entry for the World Cup is decided, so for ‘Belho’, the game against Zambia on the 11th is virtually the last test bed to check various resources.

In the first match against Zambia at the Suwon World Cup Stadium on the 7th, besides a 5-2 victory, there were many harvests. Zambia is a strong team with the best record ever (3rd place) at the Africa Cup of Nations last year. In addition, many of the main members such as Katherine Musonda and Grace Chanda were lined up.

‘Belho’ meets Morocco at the World Cup. He did not show any physical problems against ‘Virtual Morocco’. Also, in the first game against Zambia, only three substitution cards were used. Considering the reason for the replacement and the time frame, the only player who attempted a tactical change was Park Eun-sun, who was put in at the start of the second half. It was a ‘real-life evaluation match’. 카지노
Naturally, attention is focused on Bell’s mercenary skills in the second game. The point to watch is whether the game will be run in the same form as the first game, or whether the final test will be made for players who have had few opportunities to participate.

Director Bell emphasizes physicality to the extent that he pronounces words such as ‘high intensity’ and ‘training’ fluently in Korean. Even ahead of the Arnold Clark Cup in February, he said, “(England-Belgium-Italy match) will be a huge challenge for the players in terms of physicality.” It seems that the players who will play in the second game will have to meet Bell’s ‘physical expectations’ in order to get a ticket to the World Cup.

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