World Cup 2002

South Korea New Boss Wants to Improve Defence Ahead of Iran Test

Tae-Yong Shin has been recently appointed as the national team manager for South Korea.

The national team suffered some embarrassing defeats at the hands of Qatar and China. This led to the departure of German boss Uli Stielike. After having appointed as the new boss for the national team, expectations are high up onTae-Yong Shin. He says that the first priority would be to sort out the defence, as South Korea conceded three in the latest game against Qatar. The national team has been able to manage only two wins in the last four World Cup qualification games.