Five Reasons Right Steps Defend Luis Milla as Indonesian National Team Coach
Officially PSSI defend Luis Milla as Indonesia national team coach. Through Vice Chairman Joko Driyono, PSSI ensure Milla will still refine Garuda Skuat despite failing to meet the 2017 SEA Games gold medal target and failed to qualify for the U-23 Asian Cup.
According to Joko the coach adapted quickly with Indonesian football where it is seen in the event Sea Games 2017 Evan Dimas et al appear to stand out from several aspects.
Although only able to achieve a bronze medal, Luis Milla’s coaching style is worth keeping. Moreover, next year Indonesia U-22 national team will follow the 2018 Asian Games event which took place in Jakarta and Palembang. Obviously if there is a change in the practical coaching of Indonesia will start from scratch again. It is considered a negative point for Indonesia if the coach changes.
Football.com team try to analyze whether PSSI decision to maintain Luis Milla as a step right or not. And the following five reasons PSSI move to defend Luis Milla as Indonesia national team coach is appropriate.
1. Milla Influence Game Changes Indonesia
The ancient Indonesian game by relying on physical as well as long passes is now rarely seen. This is thanks to the Spanish tiki-taka philosophy, Milla who eventually changed the style.
Now the game Indonesia more neatly from foot to foot where Garuda skuat bait more accurate. This is evident from Labbola’s statistics where they recorded a minimum of 76 percent accurate feed in the SEA Games 2017, even their Thai opponents to create an accurate bait 80 percent. Only opponents of Vietnam alone they only accurate only 70 percent considering they only play 10 people.
Not only that the former coach of Spain U-21 is also successfully transmit formation 4-3-3 to Indonesia is more eloquent with one or two strikers. Especially from this formation gave birth to talented talents, such as Saddil Ramdani, Marinus Wanewar, Febri Haryadi, Osvaldo Haay and the most brilliant, Septian David Maulana.
2. Indonesia Game Graph Increases
Since losing 0-3 to Malaysia in the Asian Cup Group H qualifying match, the game of Indonesia experienced the game graph getting better. Nine games that they live after the defeat marked Garuda Young with the results of 5 wins, 3 series and 1 defeat.
Where foster children Luis Milla scored 16 goals and only conceded 3 goals. Obviously this is a good statistical record. In the game even Milla concoction is increasingly visible and fused. Stay repaired, especially about finishing and ensuring punggawa Merah Putih able to control the emotions in each game.
3. Indonesia’s Rear Line Is Hard to Penetrate
One of Indonesia’s advantages in the event Sea Games 2017 Indonesia has a solid back line. They conceded only three goals from 7 games that they live.
Not only that aja appearance two goalkeeper Indonesia is also worthy of appreciation. Coach goalkeeper Eduardo Perez successfully provide knowledge to the third goalkeeper at this time even from two goalkeepers who have gone down both appear satisfactory with several times to give action ciamik under the rule.
In addition, the total successful takle made the back line of Indonesia is very high. On average, Garuda Young do 19.5 tekel during the SEA Games 2017. Most do tackle, when Indonesia makes Vietnam frustrated, which reached 27 times. Tekel lowest when Indonesia won 2-0 over Cambodia in the final match Grub B, which is 15 times. And even then Cambodia played last throughout the game.
4. Milla’s Very Fast Adaptation in Indonesia
When traced Indonesia’s journey from Sea Games before Milla finally appointed as coach Indonesia total time 7 months. Seven months is certainly a fairly fast time for the coach to make the game Indonesia changed drastically as some of the facts we mentioned earlier.
Of course, Milla’s performance in adapting to Indonesian football is quite fast. Given it is not easy course for coaches directly polish with different individual qualities when compared with their home country.
Moreover, football Indonesia and Spain must be much different. But Milla quickly adapted very well with Indonesian soccer culture. A true bronze medal is not too bad for a new coach who knows football with a different culture from his home country.
5. Milla Need Process
Jose Mourinho caliber top coach takes a season or 10 months to bring MU Europa League champions. It reminds us there is no instant step to bring achievement.
Luis Milla also did not succeed instantly when mensani young Spanish team. He was appointed first appointed RFEF (PSSI of Spain) to coach Spain U-19. At the debut of the official U-19 European Cup tournament in Ukraine in 2009, Milla failed to get his team out of the group phase.
Their performances improved the following year at the U-19 European Cup which took place in France, armed with the only stars Thiago Alcantara and Sergio Canales, Milla brought the U-19 Matador through to the final before being subdued from the French home.
Finally, the success of the top peak in the Spanish team U-21 in 2011. Milla’s squad become champions Piaa Europe U-21 after conquering Switzerland 2-0. Not only that Milla orbit some players like Juan Mata, David De Gea, and Thiago Alcantara.
PSSI also realized finally to succeed need process. It also underlies the PSSI still maintain Milla even though he failed to bring Indonesia won the gold medal.