Sabtu, 11 April 2009

Squad Persija Jakarta 2008 - 2009

DF Abanda Herman

DF Pierre Njanka

DF Leonard Tupamahu

MF Ade Suhendra

DF Ismed Sofyan

MF Melky Pekey

MF Robertino Pugliara

MF I Wayan Gangga Mudana

MF Agus Indra Kurniawan

MF Ponaryo Astaman

FW Aliyuddin

FW Bambang Pamungkas

MF Rizki Ramdani Lestaluhu

GK Hendro Kartiko

GK Iswan Karim

DF Danan Puspito

DF Leo Saputra J

DF Supriyono

MF Muhammad Ilham

MF Greg Nwokolo


Cinta Tak Harus Memiliki

Ketika ilalang harus berteman.
Dengan serumpun mawar.
Mampukah ia menahan perih.
Saat ada kumbang yang menyapa.

Dan harapanku pun berserah.
Pada yang Maha Kuasa.
Berharap selamanya.
Ia dapat bersama.

Namun,cinta tak harus memiliki.
Cukup disimpan dalam hati.
Menanti sampai tiba saatnya.
Peri cinta melepas anak panahnya.


Row parallelogram with a base and a high t Row parallelogram or rhomboid is a flat two-dimensional wake formed by the two pairs that flank each of the same length and with partners, and have two pairs of corners of the carpenter's square is not the same each with a large angle before. Parallelogram with four-row side the same length called rhombus. Row parallelogram or rhomboid is a wake up even the triangle made by bayangannya if played with a half lap on one side too. Nature of the building even rhomboid is as follows: 1) Corner-corner of the same line of sight is large. 2) The a-side each other face-to-face is the same length and parallel. 3) Corner-corner when the adjacent ditotal was 180 degrees. 4) Diagonal row parallelogram bisect each other the same length. Parallelogram formula row Circumference Area Corner Corner A + F = 1800 Corner Corner L + M = 1800 Corner Corner A + M = 1800 Corner Corner L + F = 1800 Wide range parallelogram = a x t = Alas concept and high-2 will occur if the angle formed is 900 or each other perpendicularly. How: AFM triangle = Segitiga FLM I. Take the AFM triangle: 1) Area ABD = triangle 1 x ME x AF 2 2) Triangle Area FLM = x 1 x LM = FT - Segitiga FLM = 1 x LM x ME 2 2 - Segitiga FLM = 1 x ME x AF 2 II. Area ABCD = Area triangle ABD + BCD Triangle Area AF = 1 x + 1 x ME x ME x AF 2 2 DE = A x

Minggu, 05 April 2009


Firman Utina
Personal information
Full name
Firman Utina
Date of birth
December 15, 1981 (1981-12-15) (age 28)
Place of birth
Manado, Indonesia
166 cm
Playing position
Club information
Current club
Pelita Jaya
Youth career
Indonesia Muda ManadoBina Taruna ManadoPersma Junior
Senior career1
App (Gls)*
Persita TangerangArema MalangPersita TangerangPelita Jaya

National team
15 (0)

Firman Utina

Firman Utina (born in Manado 15 December 1981) is an Indonesian footballer, he normally plays as an attacking midfielder and his height is 166 cm. He is playing for the Indonesia national football team and he is chosen as the Man of the match for Indonesia against Bahrain match in Asian Cup 2007 in Group D. Indonesia win 2-1 because of his contribution for Indonesian goal, which was scored by Bambang Pamungkas and Budi Sudarsono. It was Indonesia's first win in Asian Cup 2007 in Group D. Now, he is one of the most important element in Indonesia national team. Since 2008 season, he playing for Indonesian Super League Club Pelita Jaya Jawa Barat.
Firman is an explosive player that burst past oppositions and mesmerized with his footwork and agility, often taking on whole defences on his day.
Participation in national team
Asian Student Cup U-19 (2000)
SEA Games (2001, 2003)
Pra-Asian Cup (2001, 2004)
Asian Cup (2007)
Pra-Olympic (2003)
Tiger Cup (2004).


Personal information
Full name
Kurniawan Dwi Yulianto
Date of birth
13 July 1976 (1976-07-13) (age 32)
Place of birth
Magelang, Indonesia
173 cm
Playing position
Club information
Current club
Youth career
Sampdoria Primavera
Senior career1
App (Gls)*
FC LucernePelitaPSM MakassarPSPS PekanbaruPSPS PekanbaruPersebaya SurabayaPersijaSarawak FAPSSPersitaraPersisam
10 (1)?? (??)?? (??)?? (??)50 (28)26 (11)15 (3)
National team
60 (33)

Kurniawan Dwi Yulianto
Kurniawan Dwi Yulianto (born 13 July 1976 in Magelang, Central Java) is an active Indonesian footballer. He normally plays as a striker and is currently the player with the most caps and goals for the Indonesian national team with 33 goals in 60 appearances.
Kurniawan is known by his nickname kurus (literally means "skinny" or "slim") because he cuts a slender figure. One of his finest moments was at the 2004 Tiger Cup, during the semifinal match between Malaysia and Indonesia. Indonesia was trailing by one goal at half time (2 goals by aggregate), but Indonesia managed to conjure up an impressive comeback which started when Kurniawan scored a goal. Indonesia went on to win the match 4-1 and advanced to the final of the competition before losing to the Singaporean national football team.
He is one of an elite few Indonesian football players that have plied their trade in Europe. For a brief period in his career, he played for Sampdoria Primavera. He later played for FC Lucerne of the Swiss Football League for two seasons in the mid 1990s. After a moderately successful first season, he was subsequently sent back to Indonesia because of a combination of injuries, loss of form, a cap on non-EU players in the Swiss League, and an alleged addiction to night life and drugs. He is the first Indonesian footballer to have played in the Intertoto Cup and to have scored in that competition. In addition, he has also taken part in the Asian Champions League as well as the now-defunct Asian Cup Winner's Cup.
In the late 1990s, Kurniawan was caught on the wrong end of a drug scandal which resulted in his expulsion from the national team. But shortly after, he was rehabilitated, exonerated, and reinstated in the team. He is currently playing for Persisam. Other Indonesian football teams he played for include PSM, PSPS, Persebaya, Persija, and PSS. He twice won the Indonesian Football League, the first in 2000 with PSM, and the second in 2004 with Persebaya. He was the runner-up on the top-scorer chart in 2000 with 23 goals, trailing Bambang Pamungkas by 1 goal. During the 97-98 season, he was the runaway leader on the temporary goal-scorer chart when the league was called off due to a serious match-fixing scandal and the general collapse of security in Indonesia in the aftermath of the Asian economic crisis. Barring the World Cup, Asian Games and the Olympics (which Indonesia never managed to qualify for during his playing career), Kurniawan has participated in virtually all tournaments and competitions at various regional levels that Indonesia is eligible to take part in, including the Pre-Olympics Qualifier, Pre-World Cup Qualifier, SEA Games, Tiger Cup (now known as ASEAN Cup), and Asian Cup.
Football analysts in Indonesia agree that ever since coming back to play in Indonesia, Kurniawan never achieved the same level of quality like he did when he was still in Europe. Much hope was placed on his shoulders, as well as the shoulders of his teammates who belonged in the Primavera team (the Indonesian junior team which trained for two years in Italy and was poised to qualify to the 1996 Olympics before getting eliminated by South Korea) to lift up the quality and achievement of the Indonesian national football team. That hope was dashed when Kurniawan (and the rest of the Primavera boys) proved to be somewhat of a letdown when it came to delivering for the national team, which was evident following a series of failures at Southeast Asian as well as Asian tournaments. Nonetheless, he was a permanent fixture in the Indonesian national football team for a long time. To this day, he remains one of the most recognizable names in the history of Indonesian football.[


Maman Abdurrahman
Personal information
Full name
Maman Abdurrachman
Date of birth
May 12, 1982 (1982-05-12) (age 26)
Place of birth
Jakarta, Indonesia
174 cm
Playing position
Club information
Current club
PSIS Semarang
Youth career
PS PAM JayaPersijatim Junior
Senior career1
App (Gls)*
PersijatimPSIS SemarangPersib Bandung

National team
12 (0)
1 Senior club appearances and goalscounted for the domestic league only.* Appearances (Goals)
Maman Abdurrachman (born in Jakarta, DKI Jakarta, 12 May 1982) is an Indonesian footballer, he normally plays as a defender and his height is 174 cm. He is playing for the Indonesia national football team.[1]
His international debut in the senior national team squad was at Merdeka Games 2006 for Indonesia against Malaysia on 23 August 2006; Indonesia drew 1-1. At Asian Cup 2007 he playing 3 times when Indonesia win 2-1 from Bahrain, lose 1-2 from Saudi Arabia and lose 0-1 from South Korea at last game in group D.
1 National team career
2 Achievements
2.1 Individual
2.2 With National Team
3 References
National team career
2003: Pre Olympic
2004: Asian Cup, Pre World Cup
2005: SEA Games XXIII Philippines
2006: Merdeka Games, BV International Cup
2007: AFF Championship, Asian Cup
Best Player Liga Indonesia (2006)
With National Team
4th Places at Sea Games XIII Manila (2005) with U-23 National Team after lose 0-1 from Malaysia U-23 National Team (3rd Places)
First Round at Asian Cup (2004, 2007) with Senior Team
Runner Up Merdeka Games 2006 after lose 1-2 from Myanmar at the Final with Senior Te


Bambang Pamungkas
Personal information
Full name
Bambang Pamungkas
Date of birth
June 10, 1980 (1980-06-10) (age 28)
Place of birth
Salatiga, Indonesia
171 cm
Playing position
Club information
Current club
Persija Jakarta
Senior career1
App (Gls)*
1999-20002000-20012001-20042005-20062007 - ….
Persija JakartaEHC NoradPersija JakartaSelangor FAPersija Jakarta
30 (24)?? (??)96 (52)42 (39)?? (13)
National team
1999 - ….
64 (34)

Bambang Pamungkas is an Indonesian footballer. His natural position is central forward. Bambang made his name in South East Asian football when he scored the lone goal for Indonesia at the 2002 Tiger Cup against Malaysia. His header was dubbed 'The Killer Header' by Malaysian newspapers.
Club career
Bambang spent most of his playing career in Indonesia. According to Bambang's agent in Europe, Anthony van Dalen, there were several clubs in Europe that would hand him trials, such as Roda JC Kerkrade from Holland, and FC Koeln and Borussia Mönchengladbach from Germany. However, Bambang did not let dream to play for the European elites to take over his career, and decided to join EHC Norad, a Third Division club in Holland. First team football was the main factor behind his decision. Playing in the lower league would help him adapt to European football.
After a year of playing in Holland, he decided not to extend his contract and returned to Indonesia. Soon afterwards, he received an offer to play in the Malaysian Football League with Selangor FC. He completed the transfer to Malaysia along with national team-mate Elie Aiboy. His first season in Malaysia proved to be a sensational success. He won the treble (Malaysian Premier League,Malaysian FA Cup, Malaysian Cup) and became the top-scorer with 24 goal in 24 matches in Malaysian Premier League with total of 39 goals in 3 competitions (Malaysian Premier League, Malaysian FA Cup, Malaysian Cup). The reason behind this sensational achievement was Selangor FC's deadly striking combination of Bambang, Argentinian Brian Fuentes and Malaysian star Khalid Jamlus, supported by wing attacker Elie Aiboy. Highlights of Bambang success story was played repeatedly in the South East Asian edition of ESPN and Star Sports. Shortly after, two of his national team-mates, midfielder and captain Ponaryo Astaman and striker Ilham Jayakesuma earned transfers to Malaysian clubs.
Bambang is well-known for his aerial prowess, strong determination and natural goal scoring instinct. Despite only being 171 cm (5ft 7in), he is able to outjump the opposing defenders and his heading ability is among his top attributes. He developed his aerial abilities back in the youth academy in Salatiga, where the pitch condition was very poor to play short passes.
He idolizes his former striking partner in the national team, Kurniawan Dwi Yulianto, who also had a brief spell in Europe. Nevertheless, the two did not enjoy much time playing alongside each other for the national team. Before being promoted to Indonesian senior national team, he played for the Central Java youth team. He was chosen Most Valuable Player in the 1996 Haornas Cup, the most prestigious tournament for young footballers in the country. He, with the Indonesian youth team, won the top-scorer in Asian Cup U-19 Group V, collecting 7 goals in the process. With his achievement in the youth level, the transition to the senior national team was a smooth one.
Club and national team
Liga Indonesia: 2000
Malaysia Premier League: 2005
Malaysia FA Cup: 2005
Malaysia Cup: 2005
Individual honors
Liga Indonesia Top Scorer: 2000
Liga Indonesia Player of the Year: 2001
Malaysia Cup Player of the Year: 2005
Copa Djie Sam Soe Player of the Year: 2007
Copa Djie Sam Soe Striker of the Year: 2007
Copa Djie Sam Soe Best Duet: 2007
Bambang made his 33rd goal, same collection for national team with his idol, Kurniawan Dwi Yulianto. Both of them recorded as Indonesian national team top scorers. Bambang made his 33rd goal in AFF Suzuki Cup 2008 first round against Cambodia. He made the fourth goal for Indonesia's winning 4-0. It was his second goal of the tournament. The first goal came when played against Myanmar (3-0).