PSSI Indonesia

Muddle the middle of Indonesia was already hit football extends to the international stage. One of the biggest media in the United States, New York Times also highlighted the chaotic even in the PSSI.

Is Aubrey Belford, one journalist at the NY Times that raised a polemic that was happening in the PSSI, related to the general election for a new chairman from 2011 to 2015 period.

In his article this time, Aubrey has also highlighted the attitude of the current chairman Nurdin Halid who refused to resign and was impressed keukeuh want to re-served as Ketum for the third time.

Aubrey rate, Nurdin is a dictatorial leader figure who could not hear the voices of the lovers of football in the capital and the area lately unrelenting voice for himself immediately put the office. In fact, in the FIFA statutes is clear that the background of this man from Bugis not qualify as chairman. Nurdin was sentenced to prison because of known cases of corruption.

In his article dated March 3, yesterday, Aubrey also told about the failure of the two prospective candidates (balloon), the chairman of the Army Chief of Staff General George Toisutta and Arifin Panigoro pass the verification. Judged, the failure of both the above figures could not be separated from the role of Nurdin who did not want to lose, because conscious Toisutta and Arifin received support from the community.

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