K-League Hall of Fame manager Shin Tae-yong delivered his impressions.
The Korea Professional Football Federation held an induction ceremony for the K-League Hall of Fame at 10:40 am on the 2nd at Ambassador Seoul Pullman’s Land Ballroom in Jangchung-dong, Seoul. Choi Soon-ho (1st generation), Hong Myung-bo (2nd generation), Shin Tae-yong (3rd generation), and Lee Dong-guk (4th generation) participated in this event to shine. The leader was Kim Jeong-nam, former manager of Ulsan Hyundai, and the late POSCO honorary chairman Park Tae-joon was named as the contributor. 카지노사이트
Ahead of the event, director Shin Tae-yong said, “I think it will be an honor for the family. He heard the story of the Hall of Fame through the media and thought it would be good for me too. I also worked hard in the K-League. While watching the real-time voting, I thought it would not be easy, but I thought it would be nice because I left my mark in the K-League.”
“It’s an honor to be chosen like this, and it’s a story I always tell my children, but it’s an honor for the family. My son is also playing in the K-League. He worked hard as a one-club man. I think I always did my best in the K-League. He lived with pride,” he said with a smile.
Shin Tae-yong is currently leading the Indonesian national team. However, Indonesia, the host country, was disqualified from participating in the U-20 (Under 20) World Cup. It’s lightning-fast news. Coach Shin Tae-yong said, “I went to Indonesia to raise the image of Indonesian football through the U-20 World Cup. It’s so sad that it failed. There was nothing to say other than that the players and staff were all regretful. I am talking with the president of the Indonesian Football Association. The contract expires in December, so I guess I’ll have to wait and see.”