Dear Netizens, PSSI president promises to extend Shin Tae-yong’s contract

Jakarta

Shin Tae-yong seems to have done PSSI fulfilled. The South Korean manager’s contract was about to be extended.

The Indonesian national team managed to beat Curacao 3-2 in the FIFA Matchday agenda at Gelora Bandung Lautan Api Stadium, Saturday (24/9/2022) WIB night. This achievement extends Shin Tae-yong’s sweet record as a coach in Indonesia.

He had previously been able to get the senior Indonesian national team to qualify for the 2022 Asian Cup. The sipping record was also repeated a few weeks ago by handing the Indonesian U-20 national team to the 2023 Asian Cup.

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To contract Shin Tae-yong it will expire after the end of the U-20 World Cup in 2023, which will take place in Indonesia. But the General President of the PSSI Mochamad Iriawan admitted to extend the coach’s contract.

“But I, as general president of PSSI and of course coordinated with Exco to extend Shin Tae-yong’s contract. We also see that the pressure from netizens to extend STY has also strengthened,” said Mochamad Iriawan, quoted from the official website of the federation.

“On this basis, of course, in addition to seeing the performance of the team, PSSI will extend the contract in question. How many years the contract has been extended, we will discuss this further,” he said.

Shin Tae-yong capable of leading Indonesia to win 12 times as a tactician. The other five games were drawn and five ended in defeat.

The Indonesian national team scored 51 goals with Shin Tae-yong. The biggest victory came when they beat Nepal. In qualifying for the 2023 Asian Cup, Indonesia won with a final score of 7-0.

As for the record conceded, Indonesia’s goal conceded 30 goals. The biggest losses were swallowed up by Vietnam and Thailand. Indonesia lost 0-4 to two tough rivals in Southeast Asia.

(rides / krs)

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