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Tuesday, 14 November, 2017 | 06:56 WIB
Bali United 2nd in Final Standings, Coach Widodo Extends Contract

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - As the owner of the football team Bali United, Pieter Tanuri revealed that finishing second in the Liga 1 final standings was unexpected. He reasoned that the team’s achievement was a direct effect of Widodo Cahyono Putro coaching skills.

Following the result, Bali United managements stated that they are considering the option to extend Widodo’s contract for another three years.

“I can see that Widodo embraces every player. No player feels left out,” said Pieter on Sunday, November 12.

Pieter admitted that Widodo was not his initial choice as the team’s coach for the Liga 1 competition. Following a series of defeats under Hans Peter Schaller’s coaching, at the time, Pieter met Widodo who had just stopped coaching for Sriwijaya FC.

Widodo joined the Bali United team in May and is currently contracted until December. “Our target together with Widodo is to not go through degradation. We’d be thankful if we can be second in the championship standings,” said Widodo.

 

BRAM SETIAWAN (CONTRIBUTOR)

 



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