Monday, January 31, 2011


Indonesian FA Report LPI Players, Coaches

Regarding a few foreign players who take part in clubs outside Super League competition Djarum Indonesia (LSI) and the Main Division, PSSI has submitted a notification letter to the Minister of Justice and Human Rights and related agencies. 43/UDN/19/1-2011 numbered letter dated January 12, 2011 and signed human rights PSSI chairman Nurdin Halid was a continuation of the letter submitted by PSSI on 25 November 2010 on the Premier League Indonesia.

In a letter dated January 12, 2011, PSSI chairman Nurdin Halid to make four points to the Minister of Justice and Human Rights Patrialis Akbar. Namely, 1. Foreign players in question had been recommended to get a visa and residence permit (Permit) to play football in Indonesia organized by PSSI in Indonesia Super League (LSI) and the Division of the period 2010-2011.

2. Foreign players in question (names attached) has violated provisions to play in competitions organized by PSSI and move to the Premier League play Indonesia, which is not recognized in accordance with rules and regulations of football from both the AFC and FIFA PSSI as well as from the 8 and 9 January 2011.

3. That the existence of the Premier League Indonesia (LPI), not only disturb the development of the national football, but also threaten Indonesia in the international football for opposing the rules and regulations issued by the AFC and FIFA.

4. Based on the above, then we hereby declare that the recommendations given to the player is removed and no longer guarantee the presence of foreign players in Indonesia, and please be followed up in accordance with applicable law.

Letter to Minister of Justice and Human Rights Patrialis Akbar was forwarded to several agencies, including Director General of Immigration in Jakarta and the Head of Immigration Office in Indonesia. In the attachment the second letter submitted to the Minister of Justice and Human Rights Patrialis Akbar was assigned to the names of 11 players and coaches who obtained his visa and Permits by PSSI.

The 11 players and coaches are, Javier Leopoldo Roca Sepulveda (Chile's national origin / now playing in Batavia FC), Na Byung Yul (Korea / Persibo Bojonegoro), Eugene Dadi (Australia / Persibo Bojonegoro), Kim Kang-Hyun (South Korea / Persibo), Carlos Eduardo Bizarro (Brazil / Persibo), Li Zhying (China / Persibo), Timo Susilo Scheunemann (Germany / Persema Malang), Robert Mark Gaspar (Australia / Persema Malang), Seme Patrik Pierre (Cameroon / Persema Malang), Guybertrand Ngon Mamoun (Cameroon / Persema Malang), and Takpor John Sonkaliey (Liberia / Persebaya 1927).

Among the 11 names on there who have for years lived in Indonesia to have to extend her visa and Permit, including Javier Rocha. However, visas and residence permits Javier Roca is up, the last dated 10 October 2010. Likewise, the visa and residence permit Na Byung Yul, has run out on 23 September 2010.

Eugene Dadi, of Australia, including the already over-stay. He had obtained a visa but not taking care of a residence permit or a Permit. Eugene Dadi is certainly not going to get a residence permit because he did not have the IMTA or Permit Foreign Labor Employer. Ngon Mammoun and Takpor John also has not obtained a residence permit. (Adi)

This post comes from PSSI website and is translated by Google

COMMENT - players and coaches listed above had initially been registered for Indonesia Super League or Divisi Utama teams before lining up with Liga Primer Indonesia teams. Nobody mentioned from PSM. yet!

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