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Persib StepUp Coach Hunt following Djadjang Nurdjaman Resignation
Michael Essien and Persib coach, Djadjang Nurdjaman. (twitter/@persib)
Monday, 17 July, 2017 | 13:22 WIB
Persib StepUp Coach Hunt following Djadjang Nurdjaman Resignation

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - Persib manager Umuh Muchtar said that the club is stepping up the hunt for a new coach following Djadjang Nurdjaman’s resignation.

“I’m still waiting and discussing with the management about who will replace Djadjang. There’s no clue so far on the candidate because [the resignation request] came very sudden,” Umuh said yesterday in Bandung.

Read: Liga 1: Coach Djadjang Nurdjaman Quitting Persib 

Herrie Setyawan and other assistant coach have been named as caretakers, according to Umuh. Herrie does have a good record when managing Atep & Co.

As Umuh temporarily left Persib for Umrah (mini Hajj), Herrie managed to lead the club to a 2-1 win against league leaders PSM Makassar.

“My solution is that we currently have 2 assistant [coaches]: Herrie and Asep. The most important thing is to climb up [the table]; against Persija, it’s decided that Herrie will be the leader,” he said.

Going forward, Persib management will be focusing on finding Djadjang replacement once the first half of Liga 1 ends, which is 2 matches away.

“We will see because Herrie will be taking the A [coaching] license in August. Later in the second half [of Liga 1], we need to appoint a new coach already,” Umuh said.

Persib is currently seated 12th on the league table with 20 points.





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