Fiji Wants to Steal Science from the Indonesian national team

Fiji Wants to Steal Science from the Indonesian national team

Fiji coach, Christophe Gamel, admitted Indonesian national team has better quality in test match at Patriot Stadium, Bekasi, Saturday (02/09/2017) Agen Sbobet. That’s why they hope to learn from the Red and White team.

Many who predict the Indonesian national team will win easily over Fiji. FIFA ranking in Indonesia is better than Fiji. They are only ranked 181 and the Indonesian national team in position 170.

Even so, Fiji remains determined to provide fierce resistance to Boaz Solossa and his friends. In addition, Gamel also admitted his team also has its own mission, namely stealing knowledge from the national team.

“I know the Indonesian national team is an aggressive team, and when they lose the ball they will push in. Against a team like this we can grow We are still a young team We will work hard and I can not wait to start tomorrow,” said Gamel at Aston Hotel, Bekasi, Friday (1/9/2017).

In Fiji, soccer is not a popular sport. The people there prefer rugby as their favorite sport. In fact, even small children prefer to rugby rather than soccer.

It is also recognized captain of Fiji, Roy Krishna. However, he believes in the next few years football will become a favorite sport in his hometown.

Not Favorite Sports

“The boys are born to play rugby, it’s a very demanding sport, very tough, and vulnerable to injury, but football is increasingly recognized,” Krishna said.

“We are doing a lot of changes at the federation level, we are also bringing in new coaches and we are also developing young football, I am sure the next four to five years of Fijian football can be very good,” he added.

Previously, Gamel appealed to the players are wary of the speed of the Indonesian national team players. Understandably, the team has fast players like Andik Vermansah, Rizki Pora, Irfan Bachdim, and Boaz.

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