[Women’s World Cup] Morocco Coach Pedros: “I Want To Win, Bell Wants To Win”

ADELAIDE (Yonhap) – Morocco’s women’s soccer coach Renal Pedros says she knows the match against South Korea is a “cliffhanger” and has predicted a no-holds-barred battle. “The situation is the same for both teams,” she said at a press conference at Hindmarsh Stadium in Adelaide, South Australia, on Monday, a day before their World Cup group stage second leg against South Korea. We have to win,” he said.”We have been analyzing South Korea for a long time. They have a lot of good players, a lot of tall players,” he said, adding, “We will respond well. Our players also have a lot of strengths and we’ve been training to take advantage of them.”Pedroz has been touted as a possible candidate for the 2019 Korean women’s national team after Choi In-chul stepped down .She led the Olympique Lyonnais (France) women’s team from 2017 to 2019. She won the UEFA Women’s Champions League trophy in 2018, the same trophy that Colin Bell won in 2015.Bell ultimately took over the reins of the South Korean national team for the next four years and is currently competing with Morocco in Group H of the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup. “I’m honored that I’m known in Korea,” Pedroz said when asked about this ‘Korean connection’. I should visit more often,” he joked. “As the head coach of Morocco, I want to win the game against Korea. It’s the same for Coach Bell,” he said, adding, “We are going into the game (tomorrow) with the casinositekingcom mindset to beat each other .”South Korea, who lost their first game to Colombia on Sept. 25, need a win against Moocco to keep their hopes of reaching the round of 16 alive for the first time in eight years.The situation is even worse for Morocco, the first Arab nation to reach the Women’s World Cup knockout stage. They were thrashed 0-6 in their first game against Germany.If either team loses at 1:30 p.m. ET on Sept. 30 at this stadium, their chances of advancing to the round of 16 are virtually gone. Perhaps because of the record-setting defeat in the first game, the Moroccan media repeatedly brought up the loss to Germany and asked Pedros if there was anything they could do to turn things around.In response, Pedroz said he learned “enough lessons” from the German game and promised that the Korean game would be different.”I don’t think we should be too negative about the German game,” he said, “We spent a lot of time analyzing that game. “We spent a lot of time analyzing that game,” he said, adding that the players are motivated.”We’re not going to completely change (our tactics) because we lost to Germany. The mindset and attitude of the players might change, but the system itself will remain the same,” he explained. “It’s important to understand that we still have two games and two chances left,” he added, “and tomorrow’s game is the most important. We’re ready to get three points against Korea.”

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