“This action was carried out on the sidelines of the U-23 national team TC in Korea”
1NEWS – In Dedy Corbuzier’s podcast, Shin Tae-yong who was accompanied by his translator, Jeong Seok Seo, was asked whether the former Indonesian national team tactician could play football.
Unknowingly Dedy Corbuzier was shocked before Shin Tae-yong answered, from the look on his face Shin didn’t seem very happy with the statement, which looked like an understatement, and immediately after that Shin, who is the legend of Seongnam Ilhwa Chunma, said that he used to be a good player, reliable.
Shin’s talk was not far-fetched, when he was still actively playing, Shin, who played as an attacking midfielder, was the mainstay of his team. Various achievements were made by Shin, who earned the nickname Fox of the Ground or the Fox of the Ground, including winning the K-League 1 6 times, the Asian Champions League in 1995, the Asian Super Cup in 1996, the FA Cup in 1999, the League Cup twice. , as well as the A3 Champions Cup in 2004.
And the traces of the former South Korean coach’s greatness are still visible today. In a video uploaded by football content creator Tiago Kim, Shin shows off one of his skills while actively playing.
The collaboration video shows a Brazilian-South Korean mulatto youth on the training field with Shin. The two of them were face to face, Shin with the balls in front of his feet and Tiago Kim seemed to be busy calling someone.
Shin looked at the camera and coded ‘shhhhhh’ by placing his index finger on the seedling. A body language not to tell Tiago. But when the ball was first passed by Shin to Tiago, the ball was controlled well, but after that Shin shrewdly passed the ball back but this time it was deliberately inaccurate because the ball went through Tiago’s feet.
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Shin did a nutmeg aka helping Tiago who fell to the ground.
The hilarious moment has so far been viewed more than half a million and has received thousands of love emoticons and nearly a thousand comments. That’s far more attention-grabbing than Tiago Kim’s other football content.
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