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SHARKTAIL NT LOSE IN FIRST MATCH,PLAYER AND STUFF FEEL THE PREASURE

Sharktail failed to handle the pressure as losing to Ziwana in the group D opening match.The match at Ruacalu Aksa Stadium was fierce between the two teams.Ziwana and Sharktail retaliate against each other.Sharktail first scored the goal after 18 minutes of the match.The fast attack from the left made by Azmer Ishak before crossing to the penalty area and volley grom gaby go through past the keeper give Sharktail to lead the game.The Sharktail Nt enjoyment not last long after Joseph Kawoa long shot outside the box trap Ahmad who move a bit ahead from the goal post.First half end with score 1-1.Entering the second half,both play more agresive.Both squad launch an attack from all side of the field.Sharktail NT fans silent for a while after the Ziwana score their second goal in this match.Ziwana NT captain Jean Wilde take an advantage from the bad clearance made by Sharktail NT defender to score the second goal.While Sharktail tried really hard to get the equalize,Ziwana make sure 3 point for them after Jean Wilde once again strike to comfort Ziwana lead with 3 against 1.Near the end of the match,sub midfielder Hadi Syah close the gap with the scoring a goal.Sharktail tries to get one more goal but the defensive play in last minute from Ziwana make all the attack failed and Ziwana took the first win.

"Losing the first game really drop our morale and confident.All the player tried really hard to at least score one more goal but they failed.I praise Ziwana NT defender.Their defensive line really good.They got us today.But for us there is no time to feel depressed.We have one more match against Havynwilde.The have to gain their morale up and splay their best in the next maych",post Sahami after the match.


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Sharktail player arrive in Pasahiranta for the the second match aginst Havynwilde.This match is really important because if this team lose they will have to say goodbye to CMFA MA 4.After losing the first match,the player shake abit.They make a frw mistake that make them.losing to Ziwana so this time they will have to bounce back and win.Sharktail NT manager Sahami made change to starting line up.The left defender position will be filled by Batuil replacing Harold.Sahami will start Hidawi in the match against Havynwilde in center back.The young defender have an important job to chain havynwilde attacker from shooting toward the goal.In midfielder,Afif will replace Nik akif in Center while the left will be filled by Fikri.For the match against Havynwilde,Sahami will place his faith on the veteran striker Jonas.

This match is important for Sharktail.Losing not an option here.The last chance for Sharktail Nt team to get through the group stage and continue compete in Melayu Archipelago Cup 4.
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North Quadana 1-1 Sandhora
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It is the first international showing at the CMFA Cup for the North Quadana National Team, and it has ended in a draw with Sandhora. The Quadanese definitely have some food for thought after this game, as a superb goal from Jeroen Pasterkamp salvaged the Quadanese a point.

The game started off with the Quadanese team looking convincing, and outdoing their Sandhoran counterparts, which lead to an Oliver Dhondt goal in the 17th minute which was disallowed due to him being offside. After this call from the referee, it all went downhill, as the Sandhoran side started going on the attack more and more, and the only thing saving Quadana was Marteen Hazenkamp's heroic saves, and the first half saw no goals scored by either side. Coming out of the half, the Quadanese seemed to have regained control, and the match looked even, when in the 56th minute, Sandhora scored after an unlucky deflection off Zeroen Endemans' foot made the ball bounce right in front of a Sandhoran striker who put it in from 3 yards out.

After conceding, manager Jonas Hellink switched up the formation to 4-3-2-1, and subbed on Jeroen Pasterkamp who put North Quadana level after a Westerwaard pass put him right on the edge of the penalty box, as he put a screamer in the top corner.

A draw in this match is pretty much a Quadanese victory, who know look to their match against the host nation, Soracana Islands. North Quadana needs a draw or a win to continue their campaign in the Melayu Cup, while Sandhora will just have to wait and see how the next match unfolds.

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Havynwilde = election.

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Look around the streets of Bellymn and you see scenes of a city campaign poster after campaign poster after campaign poster. The city’s decorated as the nation’s political parties prepare to have 2.6 million people converge on poling stations throughout the nation to elect Havynwilde next Førsteminister.

Puts it one resident, “this is the most important election in Havynwilde’s history since the Calacut War.”

Another, “We’ve got a lot on the lines ahead of this election, Havynwilde’s three main political parties will be looking to take the spoils for another seven years.”

However here’s the catch, this is Havynwilde’s fourth election in the past six years, many believe the unpopular Førsteminister Wilheim Dursley is counting on a crippled transportation system - given the worst winter season in Havynwilde in sixty-three years - to keep people home for this (latest) election cycle. Dursley’s facing critiscm for reported tax evasion which was recorded in the Pemecutan Papers, a paper published by a Havyish whistleblower kept abroad.

The country’s residents are expecting to receive outpourings of leaflets in the three weeks leading up to the general election; with the entire nation courting winter storms, polling is expected to be slow and with long lines as people bring out their mugs and begin to hit the campaign trail.

For Dursley, he’ll be looking to regain his strong base of support in the liberal regions of Hvalltr and Groenland; he won two years ago on a UNITY platform which was formed between a coalition of three now-deceased parties.

But something rings different this election cycle, it’s about more than a Førsteminister, it’s certainly much bigger than parties; it’s about determining the future of the country.

For some foreign viewers, the question is probably, why is an election happening right now? And so soon after the last one?

This answer lies in former Førsteminister.Kingsley Durmont, his gamble on holding snap elections to bring in a far-right party into his coalition failed miserably; resulting in strong backlash from the centrist and left parts of the nation, stemming from Durmont’s promotion of the long-debated “Greater Havyrish Sphere.” In the wave of the rampant defeat of Durmont, Durmont saw his career in shambles and has since supposedly fled Havynwilde and moved to Baranil where he may espouse his far-right ideology alongside a government who supports...that kind of think.

Thanks to this, the stage was set to record Wilheim Dursley’s election victory, his coalition came through, cruising to win 59% of the popular vote and establishing a huge majority in the Nordforsamling. But, in the case of Dursley, new antics have come to light, brought to you by the National Restoration Committee accusing Dursley of defrauding the HAvyish government of N$1.3 billion dollars, held in offshore deposits in the Sorocana Islands and supposedly Ziwana.

Facing being stuck in a hung Nordforsamling for another five years, Dursley finally conceded to calls for a new set of elections; setting up what’s going to be the most-controversial, most interesting election in the past...two years.

In Havynwilde, the voters don’t choose the Førsteminister, they instead vote for a party on a ballot; the party then amongst themselves chooses the actually Førsteminister. Yes, this has caused a fair share of controversy in the many years Havynwilde’s been a nation, mostly centered on the fact elections for Members of Nordforsamling are completely separate and another beat entirely. Its important to realize, a split Nordforsamling can be created - i.e. a completely different Nordforsamling makeup and constituency compared to the chosen Førsteminister - and it’s happened quite a few times in Havynwilde’s history.

Clearly, Dursley believes he’ll win, his campaigning has been rather lackluster and was over-shined by thee other parties all too small for us to name, but given the political landscape we think its a fair bet to say this can be anyone’s election.
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Group C
Thursday, 16 April 2020 17:00 EMAT - Halangnehu Municipal Arena, Halangnehu
Southern Palm Islands 2 - 0 South East United
Group C
Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 Southern Palm Islands 2 1 0 1 2 1 +1 3
2 Pemecutan 1 1 0 0 1 0 +1 3
3 South East United 1 0 0 1 0 2 -2 0

Group D
Thursday, 16 April 2020 16:00 EMAT - Pasahi Arena, Pasahiranta
Sharktail 1 - 0 Havynwilde
Group D
Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 Ziwana 1 1 0 0 3 2 +1 3
2 Sharktail 2 1 0 1 3 3 0 3
3 Havynwilde 1 0 0 1 0 1 -1 0

Match Day 5, Friday, 17 April 2020
Group A

North Quadana vs Soracana Islands (16:00 EMAT - Gato City Stadium, Gato Uyuri)
Group B
Reksonegoro va Labuan and Cempaka (17:00 EMAT - Nilayam Arena, Nilayam)

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Sharktail save from the elimination after defeating Havynwilde 1-0.The late game goal from afif save this team.Tge decision made by Sahami to replace the starter for this match worked.This team seem more arranged compared to the first match.

Playing in Pasahi Arena,Sharktail compete with the mission to win while Havynwilde will try to steal some point before facing Ziwana.In first half,this two team play really carefull and doesnt make to much attack in theearly game.Entering thirsties minute,Havynwilde make two dangerous attack but easily handled by Hidawi.Kota Lama FC young center back give a mission to chain Havynwilde aatacking side did a good job.With he still young,he will have more time to improve himeself to become more realiable center back.

Entering the second half,Havynwilde and Sharktail both made changes in after the 50 minutes.Azaim and Sulimani Fikri come in replacing Badhri and Jonas.Sharktail make a few attack but all of them saved by Havynwilde defensive side.Finally the stadium echoed with cheers after Afif head the corner to give Sharktail a lead.Sahami make a last change with replacing Chandra with Yusri.This team started playing defensive.Havynwilde two good chance in minute 81 and 84 after the get tge free kick near the penalty box but all pass the bar.The final whistle blown with Sharktail win 1-0.Sharktail still need to wait the last match beetwen Havynwilde against Ziwana to see who will get the two spot to the quarter final of CMFA Melayu Archipelago Cup 4.
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Group A
Friday, 17 April 2020 16:00 EMAT - Gato City Stadium, Gato Uyuri
North Quadana 1 - 2 Soracana Islands
Group A
Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 Soracana Islands 2 2 0 0 5 2 +3 6 Q
2 North Quadana 2 0 1 1 2 3 -1 1 Q

3 Sandhora 2 0 1 1 2 4 −2 1

Group B
Friday, 17 April 2020 17:00 EMAT - Nilayam Arena, Nilayam
Labuan and Cempaka 0 - 1 Reksonegoro
Group B
Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 Reksonegoro 2 2 0 0 5 3 +2 6 Q
2 Samudera Darussalam 2 1 0 1 4 4 0 3 Q

3 Labuan and Cempaka 2 0 0 2 0 2 −2 0

Match Day 6, Saturday, 18 April 2020
Group C

South East United vs Pemecutan (17:00 EMAT - Calu Humang Stadium, Calu Humang)
Group D
Havynwilde vs Ziwana (16:00 EMAT - Ruacalu Aksa Stadium, Ruacalu)

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PAGE 31 :: HFF-LygaHaven Meetings Provide Answers on the Future of Havyish Football


Following large-scale failures at an international scale to bring in talent, members of the LHF LygaHaven Board of Directors sat with representatives from the Havyish Fooligbol Federation and olympic members to decide Havynwilde’s best foot forward moving forth in international football.

All seven clbus of the top flight were present at the meeting, the first time that the tpl flight had changed in its storied history; this change brought with it one of the most ground-breaking movements in recent history.

However, big clubs felt they’d been attacked; one LygaHaven club declared the changes “underwhelming” and “unneeded”; others, such as Bellymn United welcomed it as “a clear way to level to playing field for the wonderful sport in Havynwilde.”

The changes produced have been labeled as ground-breaking, bringing forth new changes that the league and the nation will be keen to embrace (supposedly); the main departure signals an end to the requirement for the top flight to be fully professionalized in any sense: this is seen as a move to open the top flight to the presence of more clubs and possible expansion.

“The LygaHaven sees itself expanding in the future to become and even more-inclusive league for the Havyish people,” said a spokesperson, speaking with The Associated. “We want the league to reflect the people of Havynwilde, that’s all sports is: a reflection of ourselves, and we believe a change such as this paves the groundwork for groundbreaking changes to the way football in this country is directed.”

Added another, “LygaHaven is making the required adjustments to suit our audience better, we’re prepared to go as far as possible to bring to the Havyish people a league that they can proudly call theirs!”

This was similarly echoed in a follow up announcement: Havynwilde would slowly be cutting down the alotted number of foreign players in LygaHaven, beginning in two seasons the maximum cap is to be three foreigners at any given time, per team; included, Serien-Two and below were only allowed two foreigners on a squad.

“If there’s anyway to promoted Havyish youth products, this is the way,” said a fan supporter of Foretham Coven, “Foretham’s always been big at trusting in the youth, now, with a premium on developing talent, Havynwilde can become known as an exporter of youth to the world’s stage.”

That seems to be the line LygaHaven and the HFF is going for, the HFF doubled down by pouring N$250 million into the LHF LygaHaven’s various youth academies; on the other hand, around the league, Avante Leipreachán announced a new N$30 million, state-of-the-art youth facility for its Uvenlyga side. More famously, Yivix-Belaj Ivo, manager of Baywall Athletic has touted youth as reason for its success with the Pirates in leading them to a championship.

“Don’t think of it as a ban on foreigners,” said HFF President, Kerry Duddard, “Its a message to our teams to successfully look to develop domestic talent, we want tot take a chance to reassess what we have here and build something domestically. Youth can succeed here, we have multiple examples-look at Biβmeier with Avante - she’s seventeen and already worth N$10 million through development. There’s Sutherland, the Shamrocks sent him to Cathair and he’s become a star at only 21. Havynwilde is the testing grounds for future talents and that’s how we want it to be.”

Turning to another topic, the HFF finally announced, the LygaHaven would heavily discourage foreign transfers (not counting free transfers) for players overs 22: “We want to promote domestic rising talent and we want to work with the domestic football scene to create our own stars,” said the organization. The HFF will be implementing taxation of 65% interest on top of what Havyish clubs paid for foreign players over 22 which will be paid to the HFF and be distributed for youth organization; “Our goal is to develop youth through these broad policies, and we believe they have the chance of being effective and bringing change to the LygaHaven and the national team alike,” said a spokesperson.

For some clubs this will hit hard, a look around Havynwilde’s domestic league shows why.

In Bellymn, the Shamrocks spend N$13 million last season to bring in a boatload of foreign talent - under he HFF’s new rules, they’ll bee required to pay N$8.45 million on top of that next season as the requirements for the HFF’s redistribution plan.

Big teams such as the Shamrocks and Union Forge have come out against this plan (a once-in-a-lifetime event), but, the remaining five clubs in the top league all made their voices known: this was the plan that they’d been looking for for a long time.

Continuing, the final and most comprehensive step towards the development of talent, Havynwilde’s FF will require Havyish teams two contain contracts for a maximum of two designated players - that is foreign players costing more than N$3 million a season - these players will not count towards the contract maximum amoutns and will only be sued towards foreign players as a way to promote domestic footballers and youth.

Youth players are to see an increase at the Uvenlyga level, now being required to play more games and will receive stronger training regimen: the focus being signing for the senior clubs once they turn seventeen or eighteen. Havyish teams will be required to sign a minimum of six youth players from a Havyish academy per three seasons and those who don’t will face sharp penalization from the HFF in the face of fines ranging from N$3 to N$10 million, all of which will be poured into domestic talent and youth development.

This part of phase one will be helped along by the HFF - realizing some clubs do not have the funds or capacity to stick to these strict guidelines, it will assist in creating the infrastructure needed - in Bellymn, Bellymn United’s club grounds will see an N$23 million structure go up for the development of youth in the nation. Youth is a top priority for the Havyish fooligbol scene, they are a key to qualifying for Havynwilde’s first World Cup by 770.

This new plan will have comprehensive impacts on the Havyish football, titled titled Projekt 770, it’s an ambitious plan to do two things: a) send Havynwilde to the World Cup, b) win the World Cup. Put into motion with the first phase, its supposed to be divided into four phases to bring Havynwilde to the promised land.

CMFA Melayu Cup MD1: Sharktail 1 - 0 Havynwilde
Goals:
Starting XI (4-3-1-2): Nolans; Courtwood, Harris, Kal (c) Ruderby; Baird, Sutherland, Welsh; Houston; Cook, Davis.
Substitutes: ↑Simmons-Bradley↓Baird (57’), ↑Cook↓Courtwood (77’), ↑Grondt↓Davis (90+7’)
Projected Lineup vs. Xannerian AO Territory: Connelly; Courtwood, Harris, Kal (c) Ruderby; Baird, Sutherland, Welsh; Houston; Cook, Grondt.


Shock Loss to Sharktail!

Two changes to are made to the Nordslaget ahead of a must win encounter with Ziwana - the regional heavyweight - a frustrating match against Sharktail means Havynwilde will need to put two or more past Ziwana to ensure a passage to the next round, “We’ve got to put out our all for this one,” said Ashton Houston with the media during the offday.

Shane Newman’s been seen with his players, directing drills and even participating in the drills with his players. When asked about his relaxed position, “They have enough pressure as it, they know the position they’re in. There is no need for me to compound to that and further worsen it, I am sure the Havyish team can work themselves out of this hole.”

Even so, pundits and critics alike are quick to criticize him, “he’s in a fairy tale,” said one, “a compete disgrace to the national team, he’s not fit to manage us. If we can’t beat Sharktail, how do we expect to win the tournament!”

HBC Sports had this to say, “It was a terrible performance from a terribly picked national team, this is proof in the pudding that foreign players don’t translate to success for the national team.”

However, come tomorrow, if Havynwilde puts it together for the victory, and gets the needed goal differential, they’ll be thinking different, says captain, Zenon-Gerol Kal.

“We need everyone out in full force, we need them out in droves, all the support we can get will be needed and more. Turn your televisions to HBC Sports, make sure you’re there to watch us, because we won’t be able to do it without you-all.”
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The first game for a national team is always important. Even though Ziwana and Sharktail are on different levels in the football world, the Ziwani national team manager, Harry Ngonamo did not take any chances. He played a strong first eleven to face Sharktail. This much was a must win much, bottling this much was not an option. Strong players and fun favourites like Jean Kane, Jean Wilder, Charles Payen, Boi, Ah Fok and Abdulaziz Haqawi were featured for this game. 21,567 Ziwani funs also travelled to Ruacalu to support their beloved Akambuku and enjoy their 'umodzi,umodzi' football. The Ruacalu Mayor also graced the match with his presence.

The stadium was alive with Ziwani funs dancing, singing and beating on drums to intimidate Sharktail players, the Sharktail funs did not wanting to be upstaged song at the top of their lungs praising their players. Both sets of players were however unphased by the funs and played their game well. Whilst the Ziwani team passed the ball around looking for space, the Shartail team focused on pressuring the Akambuku players. The pressuring of Ziwani players paid off for Shartail. Around the 17th minute, pressure from Shartail left midfielder Chandra forced Ziwani Vice Captain, Charles Payen to attempt to pass the ball to Luis Albert but right midfielder Azmer Ishak intercepted the ball. Ishak went on to make a run on the left, nutmegging Ziwani leftback Ah Fok before crossing it into the penalty box for Sharktail striker, Gaby to head it in past the Ziwani keeper. The goal silenced the Ziwani funs as Sharktail players and funs celebrated the goal. The Sharktail players got more confident holding the Ziwani forwards and midfield at bay, however this did not last for long. During a counter attack on the right flank, Aziz Haqawi crossed the ball to debutant Joseph Kawoa who controlled the ball with his chest before shooting the ball from 40 yards out past the Sharktail keeper to equalize. The equalizer greatly demoralized the Shartail players and Ziwani midfielders danced around the Sharktail defence, with Charles Payen scoring a goal in the 42nd minute but it was ruled as an offside. The first half ended 1-1 with Ziwana attacking and Shartail trying to defend by playing with a medium defensive line to allow them to catch Ziwani strikers in the offside trap.

After the first half break both teams played attacking football, putting pressure on each other and utilizing the wings. However this was a mistake on Sharktails end as Ziwani pace and class was no much for them. During a Ziwani corner kick taken by Jonathan Boi, Haqawi got the ball and shot it at the goal but Sharktail keeper pushed it out unto Issa Swedi who was immediately pressured by Sharktail defence, however he kept his cool and passed it to Jean Wilder who chipped the ball over Garby and the goal keeper to put Ziwana 2 up. Shartail funs became silent and the players lost their confidence. This allowed Ziwana to take advantage to score another goal in the 73rd minute. Abdulaziz Haqawi stretched the Sharktail defence before dribbling through them and crossing it to Jean Wilder who dribbled through the keeper and walked the ball into the net. Jean Wilder's cheeky 3rd goal had Ziwani funs jumping up and down as some threw their beer up in the air. After the 3rd goal, Ziwana packed the bus, however this led to a foul on Sharktail substitute Syah who took a penalty to give Sharktail a consolation goal. The Shartail players were rejuvenated by this goal but it was too late. The match ended 3-2, with the Sharktail squad looking dejected. The highlight at the end of the match was Jean Wilder comforting 15 year old Albert who had committed the foul on Syah. Several online commenters noted that Syah had dived.

After the game, Harry Ngonamo praised his players and the Sharktail team for giving the Akambuku a tough game. Ziwana's next match is against the ambitious Havynwilde on saturday. To watch the game tune in on saturday by visiting http://www.zcommsports.com and clicking on zplayer to watch the match.

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Group C
Saturday, 18 April 2020 17:00 EMAT - Calu Humang Stadium, Calu Humang
South East United 1 - 4 Pemecutan
Group C
Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 Pemecutan 2 2 0 0 5 1 +4 6 Q
2 Southern Palm Islands 2 1 0 1 2 1 +1 3 Q

3 South East United 2 0 0 2 1 6 -5 0

Group D
Saturday, 18 April 2020 16:00 EMAT - Ruacalu Aksa Stadium, Ruacalu
Havynwilde 1 - 2 Ziwana
Group D
Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 Ziwana 2 2 0 0 5 3 +2 6 Q
2 Sharktail 2 1 0 1 3 3 0 3 Q

3 Havynwilde 2 0 0 2 1 3 -2 0

Match Day 7, Monday, 20 April 2020
Quarter Final 1

Soracana Islands vs Samudera Darussalam (16:00 EMAT - Gato City Stadium, Gato Uyuri)
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Reksonegoro vs North Quadana (17:00 EMAT - Nilayam Arena, Nilayam)

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Monday, 20 April 2020
Quarter Final 1 (16:00 EMAT - Gato City Stadium, Gato Uyuri)

Soracana Islands 5 - 4 Samudera Darussalam

Quarter Final 2 (17:00 EMAT - Nilayam Arena, Nilayam)
Reksonegoro 6 - 3 North Quadana

Match Day 8, Tuesday, 21 April 2020
Quarter Final 3

Pemecutan vs Sharktail (17:00 EMAT - Ruacalu Aksa Stadium, Ruacalu)
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Tuesday, 21 April 2020
Quarter Final 3 (17:00 EMAT - Ruacalu Aksa Stadium, Ruacalu)

Pemecutan 2 - 1 Sharktail

Quarter Final 4 (16:00 EMAT - Calu Humang Stadium, Calu Humang)
Ziwana 3 - 2 Southern Palm Islands

Match Day 9, Thursday, 23 April 2020
Semi Final 1

Soracana Islands vs Reksonegoro (16:00 EMAT - Nilayam Arena, Nilayam)
Semi Final
Pemecutan vs Ziwana (17:00 EMAT - Ruacalu Aksa Stadium, Ruacalu)Image

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CMFA MELAYU ARCHIPELAGO CUP 4 EP 5


It over.Sharktail NT journey In Soracana Island over.The bitter defeat to Pemecutan in Ruacalu Aksa Stadium destroying dreams and hopes of the player and fans.It the econd time Sharktail lose in Ruacalu Aksa Stadium after the first lose again Ziwana.

Sharktail NT once again back to Ruacalu Aksa Stadium for the quarter final match against Pemecutan.8 000 fans from Sharktail come to give a give a support.Sharktail NT will faced group C champion Pemecutan.Pemecutan have a clean record in group stage after winning all two match.In group stage they performing well both in attacking and defensive.Sharktail just barely past a group stage losing to Ziwana and win 1-0 with Havynwilde.Most football fans expect Sharktail will lose and eliminated from this tournament.


Whistle have been blown.The quarter final match finally started.Two team fought for the single spot in semifinal.Sharktail firstly score in minute 27.Long pass from azmi head out by pemcutan defender.Badhri get the ball back and quickly open the game to Virman.Virman try to break into the penalty area but being blocked by two defender.He pass back the ball to Chandra.Chandra run to the left side and crossing into the box.Nik akif jump and heading toward the goal but just hit the defender.Gaby come up and shot to the right corner and score the first goal for Sharktail.

Pemecutan finally equalize the score.The started with a short pass comvo from Bama Heryadi and Bayu Hermayan.The continue passing the ball before through the ball to Surya Dwipayana.Ahmad get out but Surya easily chip the ball into the net.In minute 84, Sharktail NT defender Ashaari made a tackle inside the penalty area.That was a big mistake made by him.Surya Dwipayana once again easily take the penalty.All the Sharktail attack in last minute cannot even break into the penalty area.The final whistle blown.

All sharktail player leaving the field rightaway after handshake with Pemecutan player.Some of them crying.Sahami meet Pemecutan manager and congratulate him.Goodbye Soracana Island.It the last word from them.All the player and manager refuse to make any interview and press.All the player gone back to the hotel after the match.

CMFA MELAYU ARCHIPELAGO CUP 4

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(1 W-0 D-2 L)

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GABY-2
HADI SHAH-1
AFIF-1
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Istria Open(Single Final,Double Semi Final)

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Thursday, 23 April 2020
Semi Final 1 (16:00 EMAT - Nilayam Arena, Nilayam)

Soracana Islands 3 - 1 Reksonegoro

Semi Final 2 (17:00 EMAT - Ruacalu Aksa Stadium, Ruacalu)
Pemecutan 1 - 1 (1 - 2 a.e.t) Ziwana

Scorinated by: Havynwilde

Match Day 10, Saturday, 25 April 2020
Third Place Final

Reksonegoro vs Pemecutan (17:00 EMAT - Nilayam Arena, Nilayam)
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Saturday, 25 April 2020
Third Place Final (17:00 EMAT - Nilayam Arena, Nilayam)

Reksonegoro 3 - 2 Pemecutan

Match Day 11, Sunday, 26 April 2020
Final

Soracana Islands vs Ziwana (17:00 EMAT - Gato City Stadium, Gato Uyuri)
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Sunday, 26 April 2020
Final (17:00 EMAT - Gato City Stadium - Gato Uyuri)

Soracana Islands 1 - 1 (1 - 2 a.e.t) Ziwana

Scorinated by Havynwilde

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