“I want to cherish it like a flower in a greenhouse and take it to the World Cup.” 메이저사이트
Coach Colin Bell of the women’s national soccer team had this to say about 182cm tall striker Park Eun-seon (37, Seoul City Hall). She was a comment that made Bell realize how precious and important Park Eun-sun is.
Park Eun-seon wore the Taegeuk mark for the first time in 7 years since the 2015 Women’s World Cup in Canada in June of last year. He joined the national team since 2001, but he was called for the first time by coach Colin Bell, who took the helm after former coach An Jong-kwan and former coach Yoon Deok-yeo.
At the time, Bell coach said of Park Eun-sun, “I watched Park Eun-sun for three years after coming to Korea. He has something that no other player can bring to you. It is an element that can change the game,” he said, paying attention to his’physical’.
Park Eun-seon has the best physical among female soccer players. He is tall and has strength that is not pushed even when compared to European players. He can’t help but be an attractive card as a Belho who starts the game with a cute pass play. This is because Belho, preparing for the upcoming World Cup in Australia and New Zealand in July, can be the center of preparing another plan.
After summoning Park Eun-sun, director Bell continued to use him as the ‘Joker’. He has been focusing on ‘the moment’, which can turn the mood around, rather than making long runs on the pitch. He replaced Park Eun-seon when he wanted height from the front and air supremacy in a set-piece situation rather than running a lot like Yuri Choi and Hwa-yeon Son.
Then, gradually, the playing time was increased. Park Eun-sun, who used to be put in between 10 and 20 minutes after the end of the game, played for 45 minutes in the first evaluation match against Zambia on the 7th. He was put in at the start of the second half and responded with one goal and one assist while running around the ground until the whistle blew. While helping Geum-min Lee’s equalizer and tasting the second half of extra time, he started scoring in an A match for the first time in 9 years since the semifinals of the Asian Cup between Australia and the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) in May 2014.
The 2nd game flew even more. Park Eun-sun, who formed the starting two top with Son Hwa-yeon, dominated the game. Park Eun-seon, who is located in the forefront, played a full-fledged performance, including a header goal with height, as well as a link and a goal using foot talent. It is also the first time in 9 years in the group stage against Thailand in the 2014 AFC Women’s Asian Cup that more than two goals have been scored by the A national team. The opposing coach, who had prepared for Park Eun-seon’s play in the first game, also gave up.
One of the reasons why he was able to increase his playing time was thanks to the ‘high-intensity training’ pursued by coach Bell. Coach Bell, who orders him to move fast while hitting hard, does not neglect his physical training. In the past 10 months, Park Eun-seon, who has been called steadily, felt that her body was gradually rising.
The headmaster showed a satisfied smile. Director Bell said, “After I first picked Park Eun-seon, I said, ‘All I want from you is 15 or 20 minutes,’ but he made an effort and showed a strong appearance. I cherish him like a flower in a greenhouse until the World Cup, and I want to take him to the World Cup,” he said with a smile.
Park Eun-seon celebrated the 20th anniversary of her Taegeuk mark this year. He had a hard time in the past due to ‘violation of human rights’, which caused controversy over gender, but he brushed it off perfectly and rose up. Under the care of coach Bell, preparations were steadily being made. Park Eun-sun said, “I thought about giving up because it was difficult, but there were so many people around me who helped me. Even when he thought about retiring, he was given a chance by his team manager, and then he was called by manager Bell and it seems that he was able to do well.”