Monday, April 29, 2013


Results 28/4

Indonesia Super League

Persepam v Persib 1-3 (Kristian Adelmund; Naser Al Sabei, Herman Dzumafo, Atep) 16,000
Persiba v Persija 0-1 (Rudi Setiawan) 4,215
Persiram v Pelita Bandung Raya 2-1 (Elthon Maran, Lee Soung Yong; Imam Pathuroman) 1,173
Persiwa v Arema 2-2 (Vali Kenari, Camera Sekou; Alberto Goncalves, Greg Nwokolo) 4,873
Persidafon v Sriwijaya 1-3 (Alan Aronggear; Eddy Foday Boakay, Lestaluhu, Tantan) 9,500
Persipura v Gresik United 4-1 (Boas Solossa 2, Gerald Pangkali, Lukas Mandowen; Aldo Baretto) 17,465

Pretty full set of games yesterday as we approach the mid season break. Persib finally translating their fine home form into points on the road though Sergio Van Dijk went 90 minutes without scoring a goal. Persiwa did something they rarely do, concede points at home though Arema are one of two teams to have won there in the last five seasons. Don't think there is any connection between this rare event and Pieter Rumaropen, do you?

Divisi Utama

Persitara v PSCS 1-1 (Kamdem Martial; Arif Sarifudin) Played behind closed doors

Indonesia Premier League

Persebaya v PSLS 4-2 (Fernando Soler 2, Aris Alfiansyah, Mario Karlovic; Carlo Raul, Muchlis Rashyid)
Persiba v PSIR 7-1 (Made Wirahadi 3, Robert Kwateh 2, Puspito, Ezequial Gonzales ;Christian Lenglolo
Bontang v Persiraja 1-1 (Nurcholis; Ramanda)

Divisi Utama

PSS v PPSM 2-0 (Fajar Listiantoro, Noh Alam Shah)
Persibangga v Persewon 4-0 (Inggit, Gunaryo 2, Galih Tri Handoko)
Persis v Persemalra 4-1 (Ferryanto 3, Bayu Andra; Antonius Rumangun)
Persires v Persifa 2-2 (Yoga Wickasana, Santo Pramudi; Andre Kurniawan, Agus Rianto)
Persipasi v Persitara 1-2 (Wallace Rodrigues; Brima Pepito, Firman Septian)
Persika v Lampung FC 1-2 (Baihaki; KG Ray 2)

The other Divisi Utama seems to be starting in earnest though if you are looking for a complete fixture list good luck. PSS continued their fine start to the season with former Singapore striker Noh Alam Shah getting his first for his latest club in front of another healthy crowd.  Persipasi were forced to play their 'home' game against Persitara in East Jakarta at Bea Cukai Stadium because Persika had first dibs on the stadium they share

hi, i have a few questions (i post it because i dont find a mail adress).
i fly in the june to jakarta and i will see a lot of games but i have read that no fans are long is it and in the future is it also? which clubs play in jakarta or in the near (with many fans)? the support is important for me. i will see the fantastic atmosphere. thank you for your help and sorry that my english is so bad.

friendly greetings
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