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  1. Shin Tae-yong (Korean: 신태용, Hanja: 申台龍; born 11 October 1970) is a South Korean former professional footballer and manager who is currently coaching the Indonesia national football team. He is the first man to win the AFC Champions League (Asian Club Championship) as both player and manager, having won the 1995 tournament ...

  2. 23 (3) - Selección. [ editar datos en Wikidata] Shin Tae-yong (11 de octubre de 1969 en Yeongdeok, Corea del Sur) es un exfutbolista y actual entrenador surcoreano. Actualmente dirige a la selección de Indonesia . Es el primer futbolista en ganar el Campeonato Asiático de Clubes/Liga de Campeones de la AFC como jugador y ...

  3. 2 de mar. de 2023 · Learn how Shin Tae-yong, a former South Korea player and coach, led Indonesia to qualify for the 2023 AFC Asian Cup after 16 years. Discover how he changed the style, culture and results of the national team with his enterprising and fearless approach.

  4. Tae-yong Shin is the current manager of Indonesia and South Korea national teams. He is a former player and coach of several clubs, including Seongnam Ilhwa and Brisbane Roar.

  5. 28 de ene. de 2024 · Indonesia’s Shin Tae Yong says his team are developing but need more experience. January 28 – Despite a 4-0 beating at the hands of Australia in the last 16 of the Asian Cup, Indonesia manager Shin Tae Yong insisted that the team’s performance was strong and better than the result indicated.

  6. 8 de oct. de 2021 · Buriram: Despite Indonesia registering their first win under his guidance, head coach Shin Tae-yong was not totally satisfied with his team’s performance in their 2-1 victory over Chinese Taipei in the first leg of their AFC Asian Cup China 2023 playoff at the Buriram Stadium on Thursday.

  7. 25 de ene. de 2023 · The South Korean coach, who led Indonesia to qualify for the 2023 Asian Cup, will also prepare the U-20 team for the 2023 U-20 Asian Cup. PSSI confirmed that Shin Tae-Yong's contract will expire in December 2023 and he will return to Indonesia in early February.