Vietnam’s Intimidating Gaze Leaves Indonesia Shaking

“Indonesia Prepares to Face Vietnam in 2026 World Cup Qualifying Match: Coach Shin Tae-yong Set to Utilize Naturalized Players”

Indonesia is gearing up to face Vietnam in a crucial 2026 World Cup qualifying match in Asia on March 21. Coach Shin Tae-yong plans to field a team loaded with up to 10 naturalized players, excluding the goalkeeper, in hopes of securing a victory at Gelora Bung Karno. The Indonesian squad, led by captain Thom Haye and Ivar Jenner in midfield, boasts an attacking threat with players like Ragnar Oratmangoen and Marselino Ferdinan on the wings. Rafael Struick is a viable option upfront, supported by a versatile attacking duo in Oratmangoen. Indonesia is set to face Vietnam with only 8 naturalized players in the lineup for the first leg, with Haye and Oratmangoen expected to be available for the return fixture. Coach Troussier and the Indonesian team are anticipating a tough challenge against Vietnam, as they look to secure a vital victory in their quest for World Cup qualification.

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