Dude..desparado na yata mga tao dun....The pressure are on them and they must be ready to be hammered by our new and improved football team...Ayaw pa naman tumangap ng pagkatalo mga fans nila...just what happen in their last game..Imagine the stadium is full of smoke coming from flares...hahha..BTW I thought fifa banned those things inside the stadium..?
Can't w8 to see our players in full line up or what call Weiss his dream team...
Six naturalised players to bolster Indonesia's options after poor start to 2014 World Cup qualifiers Five footballers took the opportunity of the international break to be sworn in as naturalised Indonesian citizens making them available for selection for Merah Putih Bet365 Sign up with bet365 for a free bet up to Â£200 Oct 13, 2011 3:15:00 AM By Eric Noveanto 47 Comments More On : Indonesia Jhonny van Beukering, Feyenoord (PROSHOTS) The Football Association of Indonesia (PSSI) plans to call-up six naturalised players to bolster the national team following three consecutive 2014 World Cup qualifying defeats.
On Monday, five players pledged their allegiance to Indonesia by becoming naturalised, in Nigeria-born pair Greg Nwokolo and Victor Igbonefo, along with Tonnie Cussel, Stefano Lilipaly and Jhon van Beukering who all have Dutch descent. Don't Miss
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Adelaide United striker Sergio van Dijk is also set to undergo his naturalisation oath next week meaning he'd be available to wear the Merah Putih jersey.
The five players took the oath at the Department of Justice and Human Rights of Indonesia and have a chance to play for Merah Putih in the three matches remaining in the third round of 2014 World Cup qualifiers.
PSSI secretary general Tri Goestoro told reporters: "The decision about call-up the players is a pure right from the coach (Wim Rijsbergen). So, it depends to the coach whether to call them or not."
Thus it means, the six naturalised players are likely to strengthen Indonesia in their upcoming qualifiers away to Qatar on November 11 and at home to Iran on November 15.
Post by teddyandtimmysdad on Jul 24, 2012 9:01:15 GMT 8
This is what my friends in Singapore have been alluding to, when they say that many of the regional teams around us are preparing hard for the next suzuki cup, and that it will be a different experience from last time...
“Success is no accident. It is hard work, perseverance, learning, studying, sacrifice and most of all, love of what you are doing or learning to do”
It's an irony that "Indonesians" keep criticizing "Filipinos" that we naturalized players. In fact, that they were the ones keep doing it.We should just respect each other you know, I've seen in youtube and other online communities. They always say hateful words,I just wanna say stop it. It doesn't make you a better person.
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After appointed former Real Zaragoza and Spain U-21 coach Luis Milla as a head coach of Indonesia National Team and Indonesia U-23, it seems Indonesia FA trying to Naturalized a few Footballers in Europe who has Indonesian Blood, but this time they only looking for young footballers.
Some of the Players that might be in their target :
1. Ezra Walian (Ajax Amsterdam)
His Father is Indonesian, His mom is Dutch. His Naturalization Process is almost finish, probably only need to come to Indonesia to take the oath. Former Member of Netherland U-18
2. Kevin Diks Bakarbessy (Fiorentina/Italy, loaned to Vitesse)
Dutch Nationality, one of his Grandparent is from Indonesia. His older brother is also a footballer and playing in Slovenia. Member of Netherland U-21
3. Emilio Audero Mulyadi (Juventus/Italy)
Italian Nationality. His Father is Indonesian, His mom is Italian. One of the best Young Goalkeeper in Italy at the moment. Former member of Italy U-18.
4. Sandy Walsh (K.R.C Genk/Belgium)
Dutch Nationality. His Grandparents from his mother are from Indonesia. He is mixed blood of Irish, Belgian, Indonesian. Former Member of Netherland U-20.
The FA of Indonesia (PSSI) have shortlisted 12 naturalised players to attend trials for the Under-18 team which will compete at the AFF U18 Championship later in the year. The AFF Under-18 Championship will be held on 4-17 September 2017 in Yangon, Myanmar.
Official trials under head coach Indra Sjafri will be held in April and should they make the cut, they will also be eligible to play for the AFC U19 qualifiers (October).
“If Luis (Milla, the Indonesian national head coach) should require it, then there is every possibility that they might also play for the U22 team for the SEA Games (in August),” Sjafri added.
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