World Cup Qualifications 2014: Indonesian National Team Appearance Not Optimal
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World Cup Qualifications 2014: Indonesian National Team Appearance Not Optimal

Aşgabat : Turkmenistan | Jul 24, 2011 at 9:53 AM PDT
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Indonesian National Team coach "Wim Rijsbergen", assessed that his team has not performed up to now against Turkmenistan 1-1 in first leg of World Cup Qualification 2014, at the Olympic Stadium, Ashgabat, on Saturday (07/23/2011).

The Indonesian players can still be a better in the second match later in Jakarta. Indonesian National Team appearances in Ashgabat in fact have not been up because had very short time preparation.

Turkmenistan ahead through Vyaceslav Krendelev shot in the 11th minute. Indonesia and then back through the kick Muhammad Ilham, in the 29th minute.

Indonesia national team is scheduled to arrive in Jakarta on Monday (7/25/2011) later. Firman Utina and friends will make preparations to face the second leg which will take place on Thursday (07/28/2011) at the Bung Karno Main Stadium, Jakarta.

While the Indonesian National Team member who was in Jakarta to do final preparations on the ground ABC Senayan, Saturday (07/23/2011). This exercise was followed by Hamka Hamzah, Ferdinand Sinaga,

EgiMelgiansyah, Toni Sucipto, Beny Wahyudi, Revelation Wijiastanto, and Irfan Bachdim.

With the additional power on the second leg is expected to make more goals and win the game to proceedto the next round.

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