There was also a lot of interest in the article in which Lee Young-pyo, vice president of the Korea Football Association, said, 'You can give instructions by text' to the Korean national football team coach Paulo Bento, who was sent off in the last match against Ghana.
Against Ghana, coach Bento received a red card for protesting the referee's decision to end the game without a corner kick being awarded.
Because of the red card, I have to sit in the stands during the match against Portugal, and I can't give instructions to the squad via walkie-talkie or mobile phone.
Regarding this, Lee Young-pyo, vice president of the Korea Football Association, said in an interview with a media yesterday (29th), "There is no big problem because tactics are all made before the game."
He continued, "Although it is taboo in principle, there is no way to prevent even text messages."
However, in 2010, FIFA clarified the rule that 'coaching staff who are under disciplinary action must not get involved in the game with a wireless communication system'.
The text message said by Vice Chairman Lee Young-pyo is interpreted as meaning that although there is a risk, Bento will not let go.