Qatar World Cup: Report reveals how Son Heung-min has gone the extra mile for South Korea

Son Heung-min is termed in a report that calls for obligatory breaks to avoid player burnout as it highlights the demands caused by the club and international football. The Tottenham forward has joined up with the South Korea Football World Cup team for the FIFA World Cup 2022 qualifiers at home to Syria and away to Iran a few weeks later.

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Since joining Spurs in 2015, South Korea Football World Cup star Son has clocked up thousands of miles representing his country, and the spans he has gone to have been put into focus by the report published by world players’ union FIFPRO.

They compared Tottenham team-mates Son and Harry Kane over the three-season retro 2018-19 to 2020-21. While England captain Kane played more minutes for club and country (14,051) compared with Son (13,576), the South Korea international traveled 138,961miles compared with Kane’s 53,603miles.

FIFPRO general secretary Jonas Baer-Hoffmann said he could see an “upside” in the FIFA World Cup proposal to lessen the number of international windows from five to one or two in a new calendar, which would reduce travel. FIFA also suggests cutting the number of national team qualifying matches.

I see also an upside for (club and national team) coaches who would have a longer reliable period to work with their team. So yes, there is worth discussing that, but it would still need a bit of modification and consideration of the many impacts it could have. To know more about Qatar World Cup Tickets click here.

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He also gave a cautious welcome to FIFA’s plan to instruct a 25-day rest period for players to improve after summer tournaments. The figures were part of a wider study by FIFPRO in their 2020-21 workload report that raises concerns over what is expected of footballers.

Their report for men’s football shows top specialists are now playing more than two-thirds of their minutes in a season in the ‘critical zone’ appearances of at least 45 minutes in matches less than five days apart.

The union has planned a player should miss a game after as few as three matches in the critical zone. For a Premier League Football player, this could mean a drop of between two and eight matches per season across the club and national team duty. The report noted one way could be to rest players in domestic cup games.

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