“I’m not ashamed even though I lost to Mr. Park”
Before the match between U23 Vietnam and U23 Indonesia, coach Shin Tae-yong and coach Park Hang-seo shared with the media.
Sharing in the pre-match press conference, coach Shin Tae-yong said: “I watched the match of the two teams three years ago before drawing 0-0. I am very happy that Mr. Park is successful in Vietnam. I see the level of Korean coach being raised to a new position in Southeast Asia. Personally, I will also do my best in the next match.”
Coach Shin did not comment on U23 Philippines when he had not met this opponent in the upcoming match. “Coming to SEA Games 31, we don’t have much information about the opponents. So I will have to watch them compete to have the best preparation in the near future.”
Mr. Shin shared: “Many of our players have improved, playing in Europe. That’s very good for us. U23 Indonesia will have more improvement in the next match. I didn’t win 2 matches against him. Park, it’s nothing to be ashamed of. I’m confident this time.”
The Korean coach said: “U23 Vietnam before had a lot more depth and quality of the squad than us. My players are feeling comfortable and will give a good match. But coming, they will. There are a lot of fans cheering and that is a disadvantage for Indonesia.”
On the morning of May 5, the men’s football coaches of Group B were present at Muong Thanh Phu Tho hotel to attend a press conference before the men’s football of Group A kicked off at Viet Tri Stadium. The press conference took place at 11 a.m.
Coach Park Hang-seo, Mr. Shin Tae-yong of Indonesia, coach Norman Fegidero of the Philippines, coach Velizar Popov of Myanmar and Mr. Fabio Marciel of Timor-Leste took turns answering questions from the media at the same time as at SEA. Games 30.
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