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Tuesday, 18 March 2014 - 22:53 WIB

WE WILL BEAT PERSIPURA IN THE NEXT MATCH, SAYS NEW RADIANT COACH AFTER BEATEN 3-0

Imanuel Wanggai (center) scored two goals in the match (Jubi)

Imanuel Wanggai (center) scored two goals in the match (Jubi)

Imanuel Wanggai (center) scored two goals in the match (Jubi)

Imanuel Wanggai (center) scored two goals in the match (Jubi)

Jayapura , 18/3 ( Jubi ) – After beaten 3-0 by Persipura FC in Jayapura, New Radiant’s coach looking for revenge in Maldives.

“We will try to score points or beat Persipura in the next match, April 3, ” Ismail Anil, New Radiant coach said after the game, Tuesday (18/3)

According to him , the match today , which is implemented counter-attack strategy did not run well since Persipura’s mildfielders could dampen their attacks.
“We can not develop the game according to what we want and what we should plays. They could turn off our movement , ” he said .

Ismail said , there are two things that caused his tim defeated by Persipura. First , his players did not play as desired as against Churchill Brothers . Second, Persipura had play so well so his player could not evolving.

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“In the game, Persipura played well . But the key is their defenders. Persipura also had pretty good preparation so that it can achieve results like this, ” he said .

Persipura’s coach , Jacksen F Tiago said , guest team also had play very well. But the key of Persipura success is his team were able to shut down the movement of each guest player.

“We appreciate our players . They can neutralize the opponent’s attack . So it was not because guest team played badly , ” said Jacksen .

“I’m not too surprised for this result because we always trying our best,” he said. (Jubi/Arjuna/VM)

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