South Korea's coach Uli Stielike reacts during their Asian Cup final soccer match against Australia at the Stadium Australia in Sydney January 31, 2015. REUTERS/Jason Reed
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Stielike took the Koreans to the final of the 2015 Asian Cup just four months into the job, but has been unable to get the team back to that standard and was fired after a 3-2 defeat to Qatar in mid-June.Shin has been part of the coaching staff for the national youth sides since 2015 and was in charge of the team that reached the last 16 of the recent U-20 World Cup on home soil.Shin, who made 23 appearances for the national team, faces a task in getting Korea's 2018 World Cup qualifying campaign back on track as the side aims to play in the finals for a ninth consecutive time.
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