South Korea sets Shin Tae-yong as the new coach
Shin Tae-yong must ensure that South Korea next year participate at the world CHAMPIONSHIPS in Russia. The 46-year-old former international was on Tuesday appointed as the successor of the previous month fired coach Uli Stielike.
Shin was previously already assistant of the national team of South Korea, and he also had several youth selections under his wing. As attacking midfielder played Shin between 1992 and 1997 23 national football team.
South Korea has, despite the loss against Qatar’s participation in the world CHAMPIONSHIPS in her own hand. Iran is in group A of the Asian kwalificatiezone sure of a ticket. The number two place also automatically, the number three should play offduels play.
South Korea is after eight of ten rounds second by one point ahead of Uzbekistan. The Koreans are playing August 31st at home against Iran and closing the kwalificatiereeks 5 september in Uzbekistan.