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Agent Explains Essien, Ndouasel Poor Performances at Persib

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - Agent Amagou Mathieu admits that Michael Essien and Ezechiel Ndouasel performed poorly for Persib in Liga 1.

“Essien had said that if any improvements are made, he will perform better. Last season, they did not have a coach to organize them. The communication with the coach was maybe lacking because Persib had a lot of problems,” Mathieu told Tempo today.

Read: Former Chelsea Player Michael Essien Joins Local Side Persib

The agent said that the Persib players were struggling to adapt to the style of Indonesian football.

Essien joined Persib in mid-March. His debut season in Indonesian football was not too smooth. The transfer made the Bandung side favorites to win the league. However, the club finished 13th in the final standings with just 41 points.

Read: Michael Essien Attends First Training Session with Persib

The individual performance of the former Chelsea player was not special. Playing 29 times, the Ghanaian scored only 5 goals and 1 assist.

Likewise, Ndouasel played poorly for Persib since joining the club mid-season. The ex-player of Israeli side Hapoel Tel Aviv could only manage to score 4 goals and provide 4 assists from 14 matches with Persib.

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