October 29, 2020

Bhayangkara FC has a week off for players

Yes, take a break from training, but you will still be given an exercise program

Jakarta (threeriversburghblog) – Bhayangkara FC have decided to ban their players from group training for a week after the Indonesian League 1 competition was postponed indefinitely.

On the club’s official website, which will be monitored from Jakarta on Thursday, players will be free to choose whether to return to their hometown or stay. Although the players are closed, they still receive an independent training program.

“Yes, we should take a break from training, but we still have a training program. The players can go home or not,” said Bhayangkara FC media officer Anggra Bratama.

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According to Anggra, the players will be back together on October 19th. Those who return to their hometown will have their health checked again to make sure they are not infected with COVID-19.

“But later, when we return, we will have to go to mass for those leaving Jakarta,” he said.

Before the day off, the Guardian squad completed normal training a few days ago at the PTIK stadium. The coaching team only reduced the intensity of the training

PSSI and PT Liga Indonesia Baru are not yet able to determine the exact timing of the Liga 1 competition. In a meeting with all club representatives it was agreed that the competition had to continue.

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The meeting has three options: to restart the competition on November 1, 2020 and to end it in March 2021.

If November 1st is not allowed, PSSI will create a new scheme and schedule on December 1st, 2020. This is all PSSI has done based on the club’s efforts to re-host the competition.

However, if it has to start on January 1st, 2021, due to time constraints, the competition will very likely be held in two regions. Because from May to June 2021, PSSI has a big party, namely the U-20 World Cup.

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Reporter: Asep Firmansyah
Editor: Fitri Supratiwi

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