AFC Cup 2011 - Persipura (Indonesia) vs. Arbil SC (Iraq)
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AFC Cup 2011 - Persipura (Indonesia) vs. Arbil SC (Iraq)

Jaya Pura : Indonesia | Sep 27, 2011 at 5:04 AM PDT
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AFC Cup 2011

Persipura Jayapura is trying to turn things around in the AFC Cup 2011 quarterfinal second leg at home of Arbil SC, after the surrender 1-2 in the first leg.

Two goals are nested Nabeel Mubarak Sabah and Muslims in the Mandala Stadium, Jayapura, only able to reply to one goal by Zah Rahan Krangar. Persipura must gain the victory by scoring at least two goals if want to qualify for the semifinals.

Coach Persipura, Jacksen F. Tiago, acknowledging the weight of this game but at the same confidence can achieve the results needed to penetrate the next round.

The game will be very heavy because of Arbil will be playing in front of his own supporters and not tired like in the first leg. Although, Persipura still hope for a good game show and ended the match with the results in our favor.

Although the need to win by at least two goals, Persipura will not implement the strategy all out attack from the first minute because Jacksen recognize that Arbil SC excellence in the counterattack.

Both teams seemed to lose their best strengths. Titus Bonai, Lucas and Stevie Bonsapia Mandowen been allowed to leave the training camp U-23 squad for this match, while captain Boaz Solossa in kedaan fit to play.

While Arbil can also view a Muslim and Nabeel Mubarak Sabah, the two scorers in the first leg. Hussein Abdulwahid injured his head against Duhok (in the Iraq league), but fortunately the medical team's report showed the injury is not serious and are ready for this fight.

Matches are held on Tuesday (27/9/11) will be broadcast live from the Stadium Franso Harriri, Iraq.

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arszwetta is based in Yogyakarta, Yogyakarta, Indonesia, and is a Reporter for Allvoices.
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