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Indonesia’s national soccer team coach Shin Tae-yong has signed a new contract with a salary increase, according to local reports.

“Shin will extend his contract until 2027,” Indonesian media outlet Sepakbola reported on March 31 (local time). The Indonesian Football Association (PSSI) said it will adjust the value of Shin’s contract.”

“In December last year, the PSSI promised to offer Shin a new contract if the national team performs well at the 2023 Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Asian Cup and the 2024 AFC U-23 Asian Cup,” it said.

“Coach Shin has successfully achieved both goals. PSSI will extend his contract to fulfill his promise,” he added.

According to the media, 카지노사이트 PSSI executive committee member Bibin Kayani said of the contract extension with Shin on March 30, “There will be a (salary) adjustment or bonus, but I don’t know how much,” adding, “We are signing the contract with an eye on the next goal.”

Indonesia signed Shin in 2019 after he coached Seongnam Ilhwa and the South Korean national team at various levels.

Shin led Indonesia to the round of 16 at the 2023 Asian Cup in January and then to the semifinals of the 2024 U-23 Asian Cup last month, beating South Korea in an upset.

PSSI is seeking to extend his contract with an increase in salary to reflect the progress made under Shin’s leadership.

Shin’s side will face Iraq in the fifth match of the second round of Asian qualifying for the FIFA World Cup North America 2026 on June 6 and 11, followed by the Philippines in the sixth match.

Sitting second in Group F with seven points (two wins, one draw and one loss), 파워볼실시간 Indonesia will qualify for the third round of the 2026 FIFA World Cup North America with three or more points from their next two matches and will also qualify for the 2027 Asian Cup.

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