How Shin Tae Yong Blocks Fellow Korean Coach Park Hang Seo
jpnn.com, SINGAPORE - The Indonesian and Vietnamese national soccer teams were both architected by coaches from South Korea.
The Garuda squad belongs to Shin Tae Yong, while the Vietnam squad is led by Park Hang Seo. The two tacticians have almost the same characteristics when it comes to training: both are strict.
However, the two show different personalities when being in front of the media. Shin Tae Yong is known to be calm, while Park Hang Seo is often fiery.
Recently, the two coaches clashed when the Indonesian national team played against Vietnam on the third matchday of Group B of the 2020 AFF Cup, Wednesday (15/6).
Prior to meeting Indonesia, Vietnam coach Park Hang Seo had a fairly high win statistic with The Golden Star.
Since managing Vietnam in 2017, he has brought his team to 80 percent of victories against countries in Southeast Asia, with details of 14 wins, four draws, and zero lost.
Vietnam also appeared strong in the first two matches of the AFF Cup 2020. Nguyen Cong Phuong and friends beat Laos 2-0 and Malaysia 3-0.
However, last night, Wednesday (15/12), the power of the Vietnamese players was suppressed by Shin Tae Yong's Indonesian team.
The power of Park Hang Seo's Vietnamese team was suppressed by Shin Tae Yong's Indonesian team.
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