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Nearly 400 Diaspora Footballers Have Been Registered

The Ministry of Youth and Sports continues to explore the potential of Indonesian diaspora footballers. The use of the diaspora is in the hands of the trainer.

This article has been translated using AI. See Original .

By
MUHAMMAD IKHSAN MAHAR
· 5 minutes read

The following article was translated using both Microsoft Azure Open AI and Google Translation AI. The original article can be found in Hampir 400 Pesepak Bola Diaspora Telah Terdata

Indonesian football players, Jordi Amat (left) and Marc Klok, practiced together at Al Egla Training Facility in Lusail, Qatar, on Thursday (18/1/2024). Currently, the Ministry of Youth and Sports has registered approximately 400 Indonesian football players who live abroad.
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Indonesian football players, Jordi Amat (left) and Marc Klok, practiced together at Al Egla Training Facility in Lusail, Qatar, on Thursday (18/1/2024). Currently, the Ministry of Youth and Sports has registered approximately 400 Indonesian football players who live abroad.

JAKARTA, KOMPAS – The large potential of the Indonesian diaspora can serve as an alternative to supplement the composition of players and improve the competitive level of Indonesia's national football team, both in junior and senior levels. The Ministry of Youth and Sports has recorded nearly 400 Indonesian diaspora football players abroad.

Editor:
WISNU AJI DEWABRATA
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