Korean football chief holds meeting on fate of Klinsmann as nat’l team head coach In his first appearance since Korea’s elimination from the top Asian football tournament last week, Chung Mong-gyu, president of the Korea Football Association (KFA), met with senior executives Friday to determine Jurgen Klinsmann’s fate as head coach of the men’s national team. Chung and nine members of the leadership group gathered at the KFA House in Seoul for a meeting at 10 a.m. They were to review the recommendation made by the KFA’s National Team Committee on Thursday to fire Klinsmann, in light of Korea’s disappointing semifinal exit from the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Asian Cup last week in Qatar. Korea, then ranked No. 23, lost to 87th-ranked Jordan 2-0 on Feb. 6 without recording a shot on target. **[바카라사이트](https://www.casinositetop.com)** Chung was in attendance for that match. They were trying to win the country’s first AFC title since 1960, and Klinsmann quickly started hearing calls to resign for wasting what many observers felt was a golden generation of Korean football talent. Klinsmann’s squad featured Tottenham Hotspur star Son Heung-min, Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Lee Kang-in and Bayern Munich defender Kim Min-jae, among others. The National Team Committee is an advisory group that discusses issues related to national team operations and makes recommendations as necessary.