Shin Tae-yong, “One malicious comment, a significant impact on condition and mental health… Cleansman-ho, when you cheer for him.”
January 28, 2024 | by bookmeforphotographers.com
“Now is the time for coach Klinsmann and his players to cheer for them to play confidently.”
Indonesian coach Shin Tae-yong said, “I ask you to cheer for the Korean national soccer team, which is being criticized and criticized at the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Asian Cup.”
The Korean national soccer team, led by head coach Jürgen Klinsmann, has been reduced to a target of criticism beyond criticism at this year’s event. Despite Son Heung-min (Tottenham), Lee Kang-in (Paris Saint-Germain), and Kim Min-jae (Bayern Munich) with “big leaguers” at the forefront, there are “clear” tactics-free plays and arrows of criticism against specific players as well as coaches.
Captain Son Heung-min (Tottenham Hotspur) said, “Please protect our players. Before we become soccer players, we are human beings, too. Players are also doing their best to provide satisfaction. I hope you can take care of players. Please earnestly ask for their help.”
Shin also has the same experience. When he was leading the 2018 Russia World Cup under the leadership of the Korean national team, public criticism reached its peak. The cause was poor performance and poor performance that did not meet expectations. “It is true that psychological pressure (of the team) is quite high. Players also use their phones to check what they are saying. I also worked hard during the 월카지노 World Cup, but I was criticized for the result,” Shin said.
Then, I ask for your encouragement and support.” “Korea had a hard time in the group league. Soccer fans and the public may have felt disappointed, but I hope they trust the players and leave more messages of support than malicious comments. Just one malicious comment can significantly affect players’ conditions and mental conditions. Even if they leave malicious comments, I hope they do it after the competition is over. Now is the time for coach Klinsmann and his players to cheer for them so that they can play with confidence. In my experience, doing so can bring about a good result that the players feel comfortable and the people want,” he added.
Meanwhile, Shin wrote “Miracle in the Doja” at this year’s event. He thus advanced to the round of 16 by ranking third in his group. “I am leading soccer to further development with the support and support of many soccer fans and the public in Indonesia. So I am very grateful for that,” Shin said. “The ball is round. I will work with the mentality that never gives up. I also ordered the players not to give up, and to do their best until the end.”