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Newly Elected Indonesia FA President Vows To 'Fight' Back Against Government

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 04 / 20 / 15

The newly elected president of the Indonesia FA (PSSI) has "vowed to fight back against the government" after his governing body was "suspended" by the Youth & Sports Ministry, according to Patrick Johnston of REUTERS. The ministry made the decision on Friday after the PSSI "continued to ig...

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