PSSI Soften, It Response Sriwijaya FC
The feud of 15 clubs contestants League 1 Indonesia with PSSI finally melted after they met with the operator competition PT Indonesia New League (LIB) and PSSI at Sultan Hotel, Senayan, Jakarta, Tuesday (10/10/2017) Kaisarjudi99.com.
Previously 15 contestant clubs filed demands and threatened a strike. It was immediately responded to PSSI Chairman Edy Rahmayadi who will stop the competition. But in yesterday’s meeting, the explanation from PTLIB was finally understood by all the contestants.
Based on the information by the Secretary of PT. Sriwijaya Optimis Mandiri (SOM), the manager of Sriwijaya FC club, Faisal Mursyid, has all been completed alias there are no obstacles running in the rest of the competition.
“The main problem is listening to the explanation of PTLIB there also attended by the leadership of PSSI So there is no other problem.When listening to us from Sriwijaya FC and I who was appointed to represent the club asked his response we accept and no problem,” he said.
He further said the club, nicknamed Laskar Wong Kito, would continue to commit to continue the competition until the end. This means that the explanation obtained by 15 clubs called no more rock stoned. But Faisal hopes after the match is over there should be an evaluation for the performance of competition in the country is increasing its level.
“Our hope from the club to be ahead of the competition is better, so the evaluation and improvement must be done in the upcoming competition,” he said.
Previously 15 clubs threatened to boycott League 1 matches, if their demands are not met until the deadline of October 14, 2017.
The clubs that threaten the strike are Arema FC, Barito Putera, Bhayangkara FC, Madura United, Mitra Kukar, Persegres Gresik, Persela Lamongan, Perseru Serui, Persiba Balikpapan, Persija Jakarta, Persipura Jayapura, Makassar PSM, Borneo FC, Semen Padang, and Sriwijaya FC.
Those who threaten the strike call for three aspects to the operators they think are very important and fair in the 2017 League 1 competition. The three aspects are the business, technical and legal aspects that are still far from expectations.