The Indonesian national team is faced with a number of important matches, currently Marc Klok et al are also in Kuwait to undergo the 2023 Asian Cup qualifying round.
After successfully overcoming the host’s resistance with a score of 2-1 in the inaugural match, Garuda lost 0-1 to Jordan, this made the future of the coach, Shin Tae-Yong again invite question marks, news emerged that the last match was against Nepal on Wednesday ( 15/6) at dawn WIB has the potential to be Indonesia’s last match under the South Korean passport.
This is because PSSI thinks that Shin Tae-Yong should focus on preparing the Indonesian national team squad that will compete in the U20 World Cup in 2023.
However, it turns out that this is still uncertain, one member of the Executive Commission (EXCO) PSSI, Dirk Soplanit also denied this news as well as emphasized that PSSI still respects the coach’s performance in Kuwait and has not made any decisions about his future.
“There have been no decisions, let alone until the voting. This issue (about Shin Tae-Yong’s future) must be discussed slowly. Decisions can also not be taken emotionally. We don’t need to rush,” said Dirk Soplanit as reported Indonesian Goals.
Shin Tae-Yong started to coach the Indonesian national team in 2020, the 52-year-old coach successfully led the Indonesian national team to become the runner-up of the AFF 2020 and led the U23 Indonesian national team to win a bronze medal at the 2021 SEA Games.