Busy Klinsmann with a long way to go, lowest win percentage ever even with Wales win

As Jürgen Klinsmann’s national soccer team prepares to face Wales in an exhibition match, there are mixed feelings about the need to get their first win quickly. Even a win against the 토토 Welsh would be Klinsmann’s lowest win percentage ever.

Klinsmann’s men face Wales in a friendly at Cardiff City Stadium in Cardiff, Wales, on Aug. 8 at 3:45 a.m. ET. The team will then travel to Newcastle, England, for a second match against Saudi Arabia on the 13th.

Klinsmann hasn’t won a game in four matches since taking charge of the South Korean national team, drawing two and losing two. His win percentage is currently 0%.

A win against Wales would give Klinsmann a 20% winning percentage and take him out of the 0% range. That would be the lowest win percentage of any South Korean national team coach in history.

According to the Korea Football Association, Hong Myung-bo has the lowest winning percentage of any national team coach in history. Hong, who took over under difficult circumstances after the resignation of Choi Kang-hee ahead of the 2014 World Cup in Brazil, won five games, drew four, and lost 10 of his 19 matches for a 26% winning percentage.

Shin Tae-yong, who led the team from 2017 to the 2018 World Cup in Russia after the sacking of Uli Stielike, had a 33% win rate (21 wins, 7 losses, 6 draws, and 8 defeats).

Pim Barebeck, who led South Korea from 2006 to 2007, had a 35.2% winning percentage (17 wins, 6 losses, 5 draws, 5 ties).

Gus Hiddink, who led South Korea to the quarterfinals of the 2002 Korea-Japan World Cup, had a winning percentage of 35.8% (14 wins, 13 draws, 12 losses in 39 games).

The highest winning percentage of any South Korean coach in history was achieved by Stielike, who coached from 2014 to 2017. Stielike’s winning percentage was 69% (39 games, 27 wins, 5 draws, and 7 losses). Paulo Bento is second on the all-time list with 61% (57 games, 35 wins, 13 draws, 9 losses).

If the struggling Klinsmann wins against Wales and then Saudi Arabia, his winning percentage will rise to 33% and he will save himself the humiliation of being the lowest-winning coach of all time.

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