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SBD Global/December 10, 2012/Leagues and Governing Bodies
Indonesian Sports Minister Steps Down, Two Governing Bodies Strive To Meet FIFA Deadline
Published December 10, 2012
TIME TO PAY UP: The JAKARTA GLOBE also noted three foreign football players in an Indonesian league "have complained of not having received six months worth of salary." Abdoulaye Camara, who plays for Persipro Probolinggo, asked the Indonesian Professional Footballers Association "to assist him and his teammates" Syilla Mbamba and Salomon Begondo with the problem (JAKARTA GLOBE, 12/7).