Jørn Anderson in for Incheon United Job

Jørn Anderson could be on his way to the K League to manage Incheon United. The Norwegian boss left his position in charge of North Korea in March 2018 after guiding them to the Asian Cup. 

Since March Anderson has been out of a job and has been linked with many roles in Asia. However this week the rumour of Anderson returning to football increased as Sportal Korea reported.

If Anderson were to get the role he would become Incheon third foreign coach in their history. Anderson has plenty of experience in football having managed Mainz and Salzburg in Austria and most recently North Korea. The Norwegian would then bring a wealth of experience to the role in the K League.

Andersen raised the level of North Korean football as the manager. As he won nine, drew six and only lost five out of his 20 games in charge. 

However, his decision to leave was down to the deteriorating economic situation in the country and not due to poor performance. This then looks like it could be a very good appointment for the side currently sitting 11th in the K League with only one win all season. 

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