Friday, December 28, 2012

League Indonesia Super League (ISL) 2013/2014 will remain in effect

League Indonesia Super League (ISL) 2013/2014 will remain in effect



League Indonesia Super League (ISL) 2013/2014 will remain in effect in accordance with the schedule of the January 5 while under the leadership of PSSI Djohar Arifin Husin asked for its implementation be delayed until February 9, 2013.

CEO of PT Liga Indonesia as the manager of the ISL, Joko Driyono here on Friday, said the kick off the ISL has been prepared carefully so it is no longer possible as desired delayed PSSI Djohar Arifin Husin.

"ISL has been prepared ahead of time, including in preparing its supporters aspects. So I say it's impossible." Kemenpora Office said in Jakarta.

In addition to have prepared carefully, he said, the reason why it could not carry out the instructions PSSI Djohar Arifin Husin as ISL competition berinduk the PSSI version KLB (KPSI) led La Nyalla Mattalitti.

"PSSI PSSI eyes outbreaks Ancol ISL is under the leadership of Mr. Nyalla," he added.

ISL competition this season has actually launched December 12. Launching himself performed lively and attended by 18 participants including three teams, namely the promotion of Madura United, Persita and Barito Putra.

Asked ISL implementation of licensing issues related parties such as the police, claiming Driyono Joko continued effort by a team that has been formed.

"God willing, everything is going well," said the man from East Java's Ngawi.

Formerly under the leadership of PSSI secretary general Djohar Arifin Husin, Halim Mahfudz asserted, the competition should be equated with competition ISL Indonesia Premier League (IPL), which is managed by PT LPIS.

"We ask all the competition match schedule made PSSI is February 9, 2013," he said after the meeting of the Executive Committee of PSSI.

According to him, as the operator of ISL, PT Liga Indonesia is expected to adjust to the competition held by PT LPIS. If they refuse it will impose sanctions in accordance with applicable rules.

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