Obstacles to the Indonesian U-23 National Team in South Korea | 1NEWS

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The Indonesian U-23 national team has started a training camp (TC) in South Korea. The difference in weather is a problem that is being faced by the Garuda Muda squad.

Usually, Indonesian U-23 national team players rarely use long arms when practicing. However, in South Korea almost all of Shin Tae-yong’s troops wear them.

This condition is because South Korea is experiencing a transition from winter to heat. As a result, the temperature in the Ginseng Country often changes.

“We still need adaptation, in Indonesia it’s very cold here. I hope that TC will run smoothly this time, so that I can learn a lot to prepare for the SEA Games later,” said Indonesia U-23 national team player Irfan Jaya, quoted on the official PSSI website.

Strict program is given during TC. All players were full of enthusiasm in devouring the material provided by the Indonesian U-23 national team coach.

“Alhamdulillah, the condition is getting better, yes, yesterday we just arrived, we continue to practice, in the afternoon the condition is getting better. Earlier, we had a jogging practice on the street, then in the afternoon there was a shadow practice, there was the last small game,” he said.

While in South Korea, the U-23 Indonesian national team did not just practice. Marc Klok and colleagues will have two trials against Pohang Steelers (April 23) and Daejeon Hana Citizen (April 27).

TC in South Korea is a series of preparations for the U-23 Indonesian national team to face the 2021 SEA Games. The gold medal is the target set in the event.

At the 2021 SEA Games, the U-23 Indonesian national team occupies Group A. The Red and White troops will face the hosts Vietnam, Myanmar, the Philippines and Timor Leste.


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