This Reason Persib Obled to Threatens Strike Play in League 1
Persib Bandung became one of three teams that did not take part in the action threaten strike played by the contestants League 1 Indonesia.
Manager Persib Umuh Muchtar claimed not know anything about the threat. Moreover, he was never invited by the managers of other clubs.
“There are no phones from the 15 clubs, nobody ever invites any communication, absolutely no idea, suddenly there are only news,” said Umuh, Thursday (5/10/2017).
Umuh said, Persib passive attitude to address it is not without reason. Umuh does not know what the grounds are that push the majority of clubs to threaten a strike.
“I want to say I agree from where I do not know the purpose and the meaning, if that’s the case please .. If Umuh Muchtar no one invites and does not know anything,” he said.
“Kan except all get together, I also exist, can just say yes or not,” he added.
Previously emerging as many as 15 clubs League 1 2017 threatened to strike play in the competition. They are Arema FC, Barito Putera, Bhayangkara FC, Madura United, Mitra Kukar, Persegres Gresik, Persela Lamongan, Perseru Serui, Persiba Balikpapan, Persija Jakarta, Persipura Jayapura, PSM Makassar, Borneo FC, Semen Padang and Sriwijaya FC.
They threatened the strike because before the end of League 1, the 15 clubs have not seen the good intentions, seriousness, and professionalism of PT Liga Indonesia Baru as the operator in running the wheel of competition.
They asked three aspects to the operators they thought were very important and fair in the 2017 League 1 competition. The three aspects are the business, technical and legal aspects that are still far from expectations.