Indonesian national team, is expected to immediately implement training camps. Considered more conducive than the co-19 pandemic, Indonesian national team coach Shin Tae-Yong plans to bring Garuda troops to South Korea to be able to carry out training camps.
As reported by Tempo.co, Shin said that he had sent a proposal to PSSI so that the training camp for the Indonesian national team could be held in South Korea for a period of one month.
“I have given a road map to the Indonesian soccer federation (PSSI). I hope to bring the players to Korea because the situation here is safe,” said the South Korean national team tactician at the 2018 World Cup.
Currently, Shin, who is in South Korea, is just waiting for approval from PSSI. If the proposal is agreed upon, he hopes the players can be dispatched to South Korea in early or mid-July 2020.
Only Saha Shin was also aware, that it would not be easy to be able to ascertain the departure date of the National Team squad to the State of Ginseng during the emergency co-19 pandemic in Indonesia.
“I hear the number of positive patients is increasing. So I can’t really confirm the date,” Shin said.
The Indonesian national team must indeed be able to immediately conduct training camps, because soon Garuda troops will have to compete in the last three matches of the second round World Cup Qualification Group G. The national team will challenge the hosts of Thailand on October 8, 2020, then challenged by the United Arab Emirates on October 13 and travel to Vietnam on November 12, 2020.
Although the opportunity to move to the third round of the 2020 World Cup Qualifiers, is no longer possible. But PSSI still targets the national team to achieve maximum results in the remaining three matches, in order to improve FIFA ranking.
Not only the senior national team, Shin Tae-Yong also handled the U-19 national team directly who will also compete in the main round of the U-19 Asian Cup in Uzbekistan on 14-31 October 2020. In addition Shin will also act as U-10 national team coach on U-20 World Cup 2021.