Indonesian national Football team new Coach

PSSI (Indonesian football federation) has selected a new coach for the national team. He is Alfred Riedl. Previously, Alfred Riedl has been the national coach Laos and Vietnam. Riedl chosen to replace Benny Dolo.

Although Benny Dolo's contracts have expired since last January. However, he maintained for the last fight against Australia in Asian Cup qualifying event then. It turned out that the ultimate fight, red and white squad lost 0-1. The defeat was complete the poor performance of Indonesia had never won in qualifying. As a result Indonesia failed to advance to the asia cup finals for the first time since 1996.

PSSI secretary general Nugraha Besoes ensure that contracted Riedl soon. "The agreement will be implemented," he said in Jakarta (4 / 3). but, he did not mention the value and duration of contact. Besides handling the senior team nasioanal, Riedl also refine U-23 national team of Indonesia.

In addition as coach Riedl, PSSI will find a technical director. PSSI has submitted proposals to the KNVB (Dutch Football Federation). The result handed KNVB Jozef Krol name. He is a former player and captain of the Dutch national team who now handles the south african club, Orlando Pirates.

Meanwhile, personal assistant Riedl, Wolfgang Pikal, was surprised when associated certainty confirmed coach Riedl became Indonesia. "Just five minutes ago I spoke with Riedl, but there is no certainty of contract. I am also waiting for the latest info from PSSI, "he said.

Previously, PSSI will promise to give a decision early March, so the team can start training this month as well. "If you like this, maybe a new team formed April. We must begin with the first selection, "said Pikal.

Riedl is one of the experienced trainers. He has worked with several teams. The former Austria coach was also dealing with the national team several times. Besides Vietnam and Laos, he'd refine the Palestinian national team and Liechnstein.

Here is a Riedl coaching career :

Austria (90-91)
O. Khouribga (93-94)
AL Zemalek (94-95)
Liechnstein (97-98)
Vietnam (2003-2004)
Palestine (2004-2005)
Vietnam (2005-2007)
Hao Mang Pong XI (2008-2009)
Laos (2009)
Indonesia (2010 -....?)

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