SUMEDANG VOICE – Bundesliga together with platform 433, released a video documentary about Indonesian football.
In a video that lasts nine minutes, discusses ‘Why Indonesia Never Produced a Top Level Footballer.’
The video was produced by 433, a platform that specifically discusses soccer. The studio, which is based in the Netherlands, packaged the Jakarta edition of the documentary nicely.
The documentary video describes the development of young players who are still inadequate in Indonesia. Both from the field sector as well as coaches.
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There were several sources interviewed, one of whom was a Persija Jakarta player and the Indonesian national team, Muhammad Ferrari.
Ferrari told how he fell in love with football. He also said that facilities and training for young players in Indonesia were still lacking.
“Facilities and training for young players are sometimes lacking,” said Ferrari.
In his interview session, he also spoke about the coach’s lack of knowledge in developing young players suitable for his age.
“Many coaches don’t really understand how to train young players, what to do when players are at this age then at another age,” he said.
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On the other hand, the documentary shows great hopes for Indonesian football as well as for Indonesia’s future young players.
As additional information, the Bundesliga created a Common Ground program which aims to revitalize football fields and work with local communities in carrying out the program.
Indonesia, especially Jakarta, is included in this program and is the first location for the Common Ground program in the Southeast Asia region.
This revitalization project was launched on (11/2/2023) at Pesanggrahan, Jakarta.
The documentary video also describes the lack of football field infrastructure that can be reached by everyone.
Sumber: YouTube 433