Sunday, April 24, 2011

Tired, Arema Reason tumbles in Karawang

Arema stuck in fourth standings in Indonesia Super League (ISL) after lost 0-1 from Pelita Jaya, Sunday, April 24, 2011. Gol mere puppet nested in the Arema wicket scored by Joko Sasongko in 65 minutes.

Coach Miroslav Janu looks annoyed over this result. According to him, Arema can win if it does not hit the player fatigue problems. Understandably, four days before the to come at the Singaperbangsa Stadium against Pelita, Arema must compete in the Asian Champions League continued against China's Shandong Luneng.

After returning to Indonesia on Thursday evening 21 April with empty hands, players and officials Arema had no time to rest. They immediately traveled to Karawang after the first transit in Jakarta. Then, Saturday, April 23 Arema required field and a day later to try to compete directly.

"All the players was not optimal because it is not enough recovery. While Pelita Jaya player, is much better physical condition because of preparations for a long time," complained Arema coach Miroslav Janu Ongisnade as quoted from the site after the match.

"We were playing not so good because it's physical condition also was not good," he explained.

Conversely, a sense of joy felt Pelita coach, Misha Radovic. He felt the game running with a balanced and interesting walk. "They (Arema) played well and several times made ​​it difficult," said Radovic.
"But we still apply the typical player Pelita Jaya, playing with short balls, both at home and away games."

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