Saturday, May 28, 2016


Bobotoh Ire After Persib Fire Blanks

Persipura v Perseru 1-0 (Bio Paulin) 2,500

Persipura picked up their second win of the season. narrowly edging Papuan neighbours Perseru 1-0 though it took a goal from defender Bio 21 minutes from the end to secure the points. It was also Perseru's first loss of the campaign and ended their proud boast of being the top team in the province.

In an effort to shake things up Persipura coach Jafri Sastra started with Pahabol, dropping Eddy Foday Boakay to the bench but as I said it needed a defender to break the deadlock. 

After the game Sastra was quick to suggest Persipura had overcome their slow start to the season. 'Yesterday,' he said 'the players were still sleeping. Now they are awake.' In a weekend of crap crowds this was another...2,500 for a local derby suggesting the fans don't think the Black Pearls are fully awake. Their first home game of the season v Persija saw 21,000...where have all the fans gone?

Meanwhile Perseru Agus Setiyono coach blamed the ref for the loss...come back when you lose a few home games pal.

Persipura: Yoo Jae Hoon; Bio Paulin, Yustinus Pae, Ricardo Salampessy, Rony Beroperay, Izaac Wanggai (Mandowen 46'), Nelson Alom, Thiago Fernandez (Tahir 59'), Ferinando Pahabol, Boaz Solossa, James Koko Lomell (Kayame 69').
Subs: Dede Sulaiman; Andri Ibo, Dominggus Fakdawer, Muhammad Tahir, Ricky Kayame, Eddy Foday Boakay, Lukas Mandowen.
Perseru: Sukasto Effendi; Tony Ayomi (Yesaya 25'), Henry Njobi Elad, Bilibig Dian Mahrus, Sugiono Sihombing, Dembele Siaka (Mote 84'), Sepetinus Alua, Arthur Bonai, Yoksan Ama (Boas 71'), Paulus Hisage, Amadou Gakou.
Subs: Choirun Nasirin; Yesaya Desnam, Yance Youwey, Franklin Rumbiak, Ferdinando Mote, Boas Atururi, Irfan Mofu.
Persib v Madura United 0-0 20,092
Persib's fourth draw of the season. They are unbeaten and sit just three points off the leaders Arema after five games. Only Sriwijaya have conceded less than Persib's two goals. And what is trending on Twitter right now? #DejanOut. The knives have been out for coach Dejan Antonic pretty much since the first game of the season when Persib needed an injury time equaliser to earn a point against Sriwijaya. 
Persib started with Belencoso up front but again he failed to find the net and Antonic replaced him with new signing Sergio van Dijk early in the second half and despite creating plenty of chances yet again Persib failed to find the net. Four goals in five games is poor return for a team dripping with talent like Persib and the fans feel it.
For such a strong side Persib are undoubtedly underperforming but they are still unbeaten and not far off the pace. Antonic deserves a bit of time, we have already seen PSM and Persela sack their coaches with no evidence of a bounce. Question is, will he get that time?
For Madura United they could go some way to erasing the sour taste of the 5-0 hiding they got at Sriwijaya a couple of weeks back. And with coach Gomes putting Slamet Nurchayo and Bayu Gatra in the bench the team and giving a debut to Eric Weeks Lewis they are starting to look a bit like a side with some depth about them.
Persib‎: I Made Wirawan; Dias Angga Putra, Purwaka Yudhi, Tony Sucipto, Vladimir Vujovic, David Laly, Hariono, Kim Jeffrey Kurniawan, Robertino Pugliara (Atep 70'), Samsul Arif (Tantan 55'), Juan Carlos Belencoso (Sergio 55').
Subs: Muhammad Ridwan; Yanto Basna, Atep, Febri Hariyadi, Taufiq, Sergio Van Dijk, Tantan.
Madura United: Hery Prasetyo; Ahmad Maulana Putra, Asep Berlian, Fabiano Beltrame, Guntur Ariyadi (Gilang 71'), Munhar, Dane Milovanovic (Slamet 56'), Eric Weeks Lewis, Engelberd Sani (Bayu (65'), Rendy Siregar, Pablo Rodrigues.
Subs: Joko Ribowo; Gilang Ginarsa, Rishadi Fauzi, Fajar Handika, Slamet Nurcahyo, Bayu Gatra, Elthon Maran.
Semen Padang v Persela 4-0 (Irsyad Maulana 2, Marcel Sacremento, Vendry Mofu) 5,200
Another impressive home performance by Semen Padang, putting Persela to the sword with a convincing win to keep them in touch with leaders Arema. But in keeping with the theme this weekend another pants crowd.
Semen Padang: Jandia Eka Putra; Cassio De Jessus, Novan Setya, Hengky Ardiles, Agung Prasetyo, Vendry Mofu (Mekan 83'), Diego Santos (Rudi 66'), Irsyad Maulana, Rico Simanjuntak (Defri 74'), Marcel Sacramento, M Nur Iskandar.
Subs: Reza Pratama; Fandry Imbiri, Defri Rizki, Mekan Nasyrov, Rudi, Adi Nugroho, Christover Sibi.
Persela: Choirul Huda (Andi 67'); Taufik Kasrun, Kristian Adelmund, Djayusman Triasdi, Eky Taufik Febriyanto, Zainal Arifin, Tamsil Sinjaya, Galan, Herman Dzumafo (Edy 58'), Shane Malcolm, Dendi Sulistyawan (Zulvin 75').
Subs: Andi Setiawan; Ramadhan Saputra, Edy Gunawan, M Zaenal Haq, Samsul Arifin, Zulvin Zamrun, Jusmadi.

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