The Indonesian National Team’s 3 Players Naturalized Files Have Been Received by DPR, PSSI Chairman Please Complete Before FIFA Matchday September 2022: Okezone Bola

CHIEF General (Ketum) of the Indonesian Football Federation (PSSI), Mochamad Iriawan has high hopes regarding 3 naturalized players Indonesian National team. This was said by Mochamad Iriawan after the files for the naturalization of the Indonesian national team players had been received by the House of Representatives (DPR) for further processing.

As is known, the three naturalized players of the Indonesian national team Jordi Amat, Sandy Walsh and Shayne Pattynama will soon become Indonesian citizens (WNI). The three players are currently undergoing the naturalization process and have completed administration since May 2022.

Meanwhile, Mochamad Iriawan provided the latest update regarding the naturalization process of the three players. Iwan Bule – Mochamad Iriawan’s nickname – explained that the files of the three players had been submitted to the DPR.

“Regarding the naturalization of senior players, as of today (August 3, 2022, ed) the files have arrived at the DPR, just waiting for the recess, then we will take the next step,” said Iwan Bule in a virtual press conference, Wednesday, August 3, 2022 night WIB.

The 60-year-old man assessed that the naturalization process for Jordi Amat, Sandy Walsh and Shayne Pattynama would be completed as soon as it was submitted to the DPR. He also hopes that the three players can defend the Indonesian national team in the FIFA Matchday September 2022.

“But I think it will be in the DPR soon. So I hope they can join the FIFA Matchday to defend Indonesia,” he continued.

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For your information, Indonesian National team will have a FIFA Matchday match in September. Shin Tae-yong’s foster children are rumored to be facing Curacao, Hong Kong, and India.

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Curacao is a country located in the Confederation zone of Central and North America and is ranked 84th in the world. While India is ranked 105th and Hong Kong is ranked 145th.

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