Women's Soccer Fair, Feels Good to be Back in Korea

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사상 첫 우승 노리는 여자축구…이민아·천가람 앞세워 일본 벽 넘는다 | 서울신문

Women's Soccer Fair "It feels good to be back in Korea... I'm looking forward to the Olympics"



Colin Belho, summoned for training in preparation for the 2024 Paris Olympics Asia 2nd qualifying round Coach Bell calls back the 2007 born pair.

Preparing to join a women's team under an American professional club

“It feels great (to come back. 온라인카지노

I want to continue the good energy from the World Cup!”

Casey Eugene Fair (independent), who was called by coach Colin Bell, who leads the women's national soccer team, to participate in the Asian second qualifying round for the 2024 Paris Olympics, could not hide his excitement ahead of the convocation training.

The women's soccer team, led by coach Colin Bell, began convocation training at the Paju National Team Training Center (NFC) on the morning of the 16th in preparation for the Asian second qualifying round for the Paris Olympics next year.

Belho is preparing for the group stage of the Paris Olympics Asian second qualifying round to be held in Xiamen, China from the 26th to the 1st of next month.

Coach Bell once again called on the 2007-born pair, who had been selected for the 2023 FIFA Women's World Cup in Australia-New Zealand.

Born to a Korean mother and an American father, Paire appeared as a substitute in the 33rd minute of the second half of the first group match against Colombia, making him the youngest player (16 years, 26 days) to play in World Cup history for both men and women.

Fair said she watched all of the Korean national team's games in the 2022 Hangzhou Asian Games women's soccer team, and expressed her feelings about watching the game, saying, "We played well in all three group matches, but I think it was a little disappointing at the end."

She continued, “I feel really good (to be back in Paju).

“I will do my best in any position,” he said with a bright smile, and expressed his determination, “Because we got along well at the World Cup, I will continue that momentum in this convocation.”

Women’s soccer advanced to the Olympic finals for the first time since it was first launched at the 1996 Atlanta Olympics.

Regarding Korean soccer, which is aiming for, "It is a great motivation because it will be a historically big event (if we advance to the finals).

“I’m looking forward to it,” he said.

Fair explained that after experiencing the World Cup stage, he was able to set his career path more clearly.

Fair said, “Before the World Cup, I lived a life of going back and forth between school and soccer clubs, but in a big tournament like the World Cup, I was able to experience a wide range of opportunities.”

He added, “I learned about various options within soccer, such as playing other positions other than striker.” He said.

After leaving his previous football club, Fair is preparing to embark on a more structured career as a footballer.

It is reported that he is already discussing joining two renowned American professional clubs.

Fair said he has been "looking for a team in the United States since about a month ago."

A total of 12 teams were divided into 3 groups of 4 each, and in the group stage of the Asian 2nd qualifying round for the Paris Olympics, a total of 4 teams, including the three teams ranked 1st in each group and the team with the best performance among the 2nd placed teams in each group, advanced to the final preliminary round of Asia.

You will compete for the two tickets allocated to you.

Belho, in Group B of the group stage, will start with the first match against Thailand on the 26th, then face North Korea on the 29th and China on November 1st.

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