Korean Media Calls Shin Tae Yong the Next Park Hang Seo
jpnn.com, KOREA - The promising gait of the Indonesian national soccer team in the 2020 AFF Cup cannot be separated from the good work of Shin Tae Yong.
The South Korean coach is rich in strategy. This makes the pattern of Indonesia's game not easily read by opponents.
The Garuda squad was transformed into an offensive team when they played against Laos and Malaysia in the group phase. On the other hand, Indonesia played defensively against Vietnam.
Shin Tae Yong's "chameleon" tactics were also highlighted by foreign media News1.
The South Korean-based channel even said that Shin Tae Yong could become the next Park Hang Seo.
Hang Seo is the figure behind the current Vietnam. The 64-year-old man led Nguyen Cong Phuong and colleagues to win the 2018 AFF Cup.
"Shin Tae Yong has the opportunity to make a new history in Indonesian soccer, as did Park Hang Seo with Vietnam," wrote News1.
Indonesia's brilliant performance in the 2020 AFF Cup so far has seemed to improve their bad report card back in 2018.
South Korean-based media channel News1 said that Shin Tae Yong could become the next Park Hang Seo.
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