Michael Müller, chairman of the Korea Football Association (KFA) Power Reinforcement Committee, introduced the trend of world football at the 2022 Qatar World Cup to domestic leaders.
Chairman Muller had time to explain the results of the activities of the KFA Technical Study Group (TSG), which observed the Qatar World Cup match, at the ‘2023 KFA Leaders Conference’ held at the YMCA Goyang International Youth Cultural Center in Goyang City on the 15th.
“The FA’s mission is to develop for success, achieve success and maintain it,” said Müller, who served as the head of the Football Association’s Technical Development Committee at the time of the World Cup. “There are five important elements to success. Teamwork, volatility, Same sex, individuality, and mental strength that encompasses all of these.”
Chairman Muller, who first analyzed the formation, said, “People think that the formation is always an important factor in tactics, but in my view, it is just a combination of numbers.”
He presented a table outlining the formations used by each team at the World Cup for each match. “Many teams change their formation from match to match or during matches. 75% of teams changed their basic formation. From the association’s point of view, flexibility There is an increasing trend of movement,” he explained.
Then, he introduced the scoring trend and playing style from the World Cup, and pointed out the areas where Korean football needs to keep pace.
Müller noted that 89 of the total 172 goals at the World Cup in Qatar came from organized attacks, more than 30 more than the 57 goals scored in the same situation at the 2018 World Cup in Russia.
Regarding this, he explained, “The level of central defense has been raised overall, and as a result, attacking teams have found other solutions. In an open situation, side crosses have become the main solution.” 스마일 토토
“In this World Cup, 92% of goals came from inside the penalty box. When creating an attacking structure, you have to think about how to enter the final third. Rather than simply connecting the long ball, you have to focus on creating an attack step by step. “he emphasized.
Chairman Müller also said, “70% of the goals came from ‘one touch’.” “In high-level football, there is not much time, so you have to make quick decisions. This is a part that must be applied to shooting training. Creating opportunities and making goals We have to think about how we train.”
Chairman Muller said that Argentina, who won the World Cup, and Morocco, which advanced to the semifinals for the first time in Africa, were the most impressive teams.