Hiddink and Park Hang-seo’s ‘weak hand’ Choi Joo-young, former medical team leader, joins Shin Tae-yong’s team… Indonesian team doctor will play in the Cup

Choi Joo-young, former medical team leader of the Korea Football Association, who worked with Guus Hiddink, then coach of the Korean national soccer team at the 2002 FIFA Korea-Japan World Cup, will join the Indonesian national soccer team led by head coach Shin Tae-yong, who is accelerating preparations for the 2023 AFC Qatar Asian Cup.랭크카지노

According to Shin’s agency EG Sports, Choi, the former medical team leader, will depart for Turkier Antalya on the morning of the 30th, where off-season training is being held for Indonesia’s Asian Cup. As mentioned earlier, Choi, the former medical team leader, was a member of Hiddink, who directed the semi-final myth of Korean soccer in the past, and recently took charge of the Vietnamese national soccer team led by Park Hang-seo.

After returning from Vietnam, Choi is currently working as a director at the Korea Orthopedic Surgery Korea Sports Medicine Center. Shin coordinated joining with Choi to improve the physical and physical strength of the team.

Currently, former medical team leader Choi cannot join coach Shin full-time due to his work at the Korea Sports Medicine Center, but he has decided to take care of Indonesian national soccer team players aiming for the round of 16 at the Qatar Asian Cup, which will open on January 12.

Choi, former head of the medical team, said through EG Sports, “I am fully contracted with the Korea Sports Medicine Center, where I am currently working, so I will work to the extent that I can help the Indonesian team when I need it. Even though I am a little old, I have no problem performing my duties.” In other words, he is expected to join the Indonesian team in time for the second Asian qualifying round for the 2026 FIFA North-China World Cup.

This is not the first time Shin and Choi have met. During the FIFA U-20 World Cup held in Korea in 2017, Choi, the former head of the team, served as the head of the team’s medical team and helped the players to perform at their best with their medical trainers. Now that they are back together as one team after six years, Choi is expected to help the players improve their conditions more effectively.

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