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Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Indonesia Police Queued To take pictures with Ferdinand Sinaga

JAC Sport, Jakarta - Unique sights seen in the middle of Indonesia's senior national team game against Iran, Tuesday, November 15, 2011, at the Bung Karno Stadium [SUGBK], Senayan, Jakarta. Two police officers did not seem to want to be left in the queue of fans who want to take pictures with U-23 national team striker, Ferdinand Sinaga.

Shortly ahead of 2014 World Cup qualifiers Asian zone ends, Ferdinand suddenly appeared at the entrance in the VIP tribune at west. Initially, players step Semen Padang was stalled because greeted former national team striker, Pery Sandria who eventually asks photos together.

Shortly thereafter, several fans who want to come out directly and invaded and then ask the idol's, Ferdinand for signature on each shirt. The fans are composed of children, teenagers and even adults, did not forget to ask for photographs with the striker bloody North Sumatra.


Looks a police officer taking pictures of his wife and son, who stood on either side of Ferdinand. A number of short-haired virgin was patiently waiting their turn posing with striker born in Bengkulu, September 18, 1988.

Even more interesting, two uniformed police agencies also put in a queue 'sessions' pictures with Ferdinand. Both of these young policemen asked a lady friend to capture the moment they are with Garuda young star, who looked relaxed last night wearing a t-shirt and short celanan.

Meanwhile, not far from Ferdinand, captain of U-23 National team, Egi Melgiansyah too busy to serve the fans asking for autographs and pictures together. Yes, after undergoing training in the C field in GBK on Tuesday afternoon, Ferdinand cs still have time to spare before the game to face Malaysia in the SEA Games qualifying Group A XXVI, Thursday, November 17, 2011.

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