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Bali Utd scores on stock market first for SE Asian club

Bali United soared on its stock market debut in Jakarta Monday, marking the first time that a Southeast Asian football club has gone public.


Indonesian football struck by hooligan violence

From deadly fan beatings to teams being transported to matches in armoured personnel carriers, Indonesia is fast gaining a reputation as Asia's most violent football nation.


Essien let go by Indonesian side

Former Chelsea star Michael Essien has been released from Persib Bandung, the Indonesian club said Thursday, the latest big foreign signing to be axed from the national league in the past two seasons.


Step aside Bale and Aubameyang... here's the new fastest player in the world!

Earlier this week a clip went viral from none other than the Indonesian league, and by the looks of it, we may have found the world's fastest player...


Papua's 'Black Pearls', Indonesia's genetic gold mine

Boaz Solossa, Indonesia's football captain, is known for his quick turn of pace and sharp instincts -- as well as his eye for goal.


Indonesian goalkeeper Choirul Huda dies after colliding with team-mate

Choirul Huda, who played his entire career with Persela Lamongan, has died aged 38.


Zokora released by Indonesian club

Former Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Didier Zokora has been released by Semen Padang, the club said Wednesday, becoming the second big foreign signing to be axed in Indonesia's new national league in just a week.


'Weird person' Cole not wanted in Indonesia

Persib's team manager called Carlton Cole a "weird person" and said he wasn't wanted on Wednesday as the former West Ham and Chelsea striker insisted he remained a player for the Indonesian club.


Carlton Cole to get the sack in Indonesia

Indonesian side Persib Bandung have decided to dismiss former Premier League striker Carlton Cole after he failed to score a single goal.


A new star completes move to Indonesian Super League

Following the footsteps of Michael Essien or Carlton Cole, many players are opting to head for the emerging football of Indonesia.


Top foreign stars in Indonesian Super League

The Indonesian Super League has begun and fans cannot wait to see how English Premier League veterans get on in South-East Asia. We take a look at the best foreign players in the Indonesian Liga 1. Do you think anybody else should make the list?


Essien, Cole banned from playing in Indonesia without permits

Indonesian authorities on Tuesday banned Michael Essien and Carlton Cole from playing until they get work permits after their new club did not obtain the necessary documents for the ex-English Premier League players.

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