18 April 2024

Shin Tae-yong’s anger didn’t cool down…”Thinking about filing a FIFA complaint. I won’t let it slide”

By pestfood.com

Two days have passed since the first game against Qatar, but manager Shin Tae-yong’s anger has hardly subsided.

Coach Shin Tae-yong, who met earlier in the match against Australia, once again expressed his discontent about the decision, recalling the match against Qatar. He said he is preparing to file an official complaint with FIFA through the Indonesia Football Association.

On the 17th (local time), a day before the match against Australia, he met and talked with Shin Tae-yong at a hotel in Doha, Qatar. The interview began with a question asking Shin how he felt about returning to Doha, a city with a good memory, in three months, followed by a question looking back at the first game against Qatar.

Indonesia, led by head coach Shin Tae-yong, lost 0-2 in the first group match against Qatar, but Shin publicly complained at a press conference after the game because the referee’s decision was unclear throughout the game.

Coach Shin Tae-yong said, “I think this kind of game should not be played. From the fact that he drove a bus to arrive at the stadium in 25 minutes on the day of the game, I think the game where the referees acted in such a ridiculous way is not a soccer game but a comedy game in the neighborhood. Even if they gave their home team the advantage, it would have been too much.”

Two players were sent off for Indonesia on the day. At the end of the first half, an Indonesian player was found to have made a foul inside the box, and the penalty kick was declared after VAR. Indonesia allowed the first goal here.

In addition to penalties, the referee was more stringent about Indonesia’s fouls throughout the first half. While a foul of similar intensity in a similar situation was given a warning to Indonesia, Qatar’s players had no whistle even if they attempted to tackle roughly.

The referee’s decision, which was deemed unreasonable, continued in the second half. The referee’s pattern was no different from that of the first half. He was strict about Indonesia’s fouls, and tolerant of Qatar’s. Indonesia tried to overcome it with its performance, but after the second send-off, coach Shin Tae-yong couldn’t help it either.

Coach Shin Tae-yong was still angry. Coach Shin, who welcomed the reporters with a cheerful smile even when they first met, looked a little firm when the news about the match against Qatar broke out.

“I have nothing to say about the outcome of the game, but I am not satisfied with the content or other aspects. It is only a matter of nonsense quizzes that players have been sent off due to accumulated number of warnings even though they are not in a situation where warnings are issued,” Shin said. “Even when a penalty kick is declared, I cannot tell how the referee made the decision. It is hard to see such a situation in a good light,” he sighed. 여우알바

“I also have a plan to file a complaint with FIFA through the president of the Indonesian Football Association. We have to address these issues clearly. I will not let this issue go because I think so, and I don’t think this kind of game should be played again,” he said, adding that he will clearly address the issue of the first round judgment.