Home United Need to Anticipate Jakmania Pressure When Head-to-Head with Persija

Persija Fans in the Stadion
Persija Fans in the Stadion

Jakarta – Persija Jakarta is not uncommon to get extraordinary support from The Jakmania when performing at the Bung Karno Main Stadium. It is also guaranteed to happen when Persija host Home United in the second match of the ASEAN AFC Cup 2018 semi-final zone.

Jakmania’s loyalty in providing support for Persija no doubt. Where also Kemayoran Tiger team played, there is often rarely any support from Jakmania. So, no wonder if SUGBK is always crowded when Persija compete.

In fact, the number of Jakmania that emerged in giving support to Persija had a record-breaking audience. When 60,157 spectators appeared in SUGBK when fighting Johor Darul Ta’zim, April 10, 2018, it became the largest number of viewers in the history of the AFC Cup event.

Jakmania was guaranteed to re-fill the SUGBK when Persija entertain Home United in the second leg of the ASEAN AFC Cup semi-final 2018, Tuesday (15/05/2018). It is also anticipated Home United coach, Aidil Sharin.

“This is football, for me it’s an inspiration to my players because in Singapore, as you know, it’s only about 2000-3000 viewers so it’s going to be good empirical for players so they can be more confident in front of the fans which is much less than in Singapore, “said Sharin.

On the other hand, Home United has better capital than Persija to qualify for the finals. That’s because they are 3-2 on aggregate thanks to victory in the first leg on Jalan Besar Stadium, May 8, 2018.

With that result, the visitors only need a draw to convince the semifinal ticket. However, two goals away was a good capital for Persija. Stefano ‘Tecu’ foster children Cugurra it can escape winning 1-0 in SUGBK.

“The Persija players have great potential to attack, we have their own plans, all coaches have been set up, just how to work on the coach’s instructions We will not stand it We will attack The coach has told us about his plan,” explained captain Home United, Shahril Isaac.

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