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FIFA's Gianni Infantino has meeting to discuss lifting Indonesia ban

Indonesian football fans
Indonesian fans may soon be able to cheer on their national team should the FIFA ban get lifted.

A delegation of Indonesian officials met with FIFA President Gianni Infantino in Zurich on Tuesday, raising hope that the Southeast Asian nation's global ban may soon be lifted.

Since last May, Indonesia has been suspended from football's governing body because of political interference from the federal government, which is forbidden under FIFA rules.

The ban brought the Indonesia Super League (ISL) to a grinding halt and saw the national side barred from 2018 AFC World Cup and 2019 AFC Asian Cup...

 By John Duerden

Evan Dimas returns home after Spain trial but should look abroad

Midfielder Evan Dimas is considered the best player of Indonesia's new generation.

When Evan Dimas went to Spain in February to start a 100-day training stint with Espanyol's B team, a press release from La Liga said that the Indonesian was the first footballer to join the league's global scheme. The aim was to give opportunities to outstanding players so they "can develop their abilities in the best possible environment."

From the best to the worst? After his time in what has been described as the world's strongest domestic championship, he is soon to be heading home to a country...

 By Jason Dasey

Inspired by Cruyff, coach Robert Alberts waits and hopes for Indonesia

Sarawak coach Robert Alberts
Robert Alberts was Sarawak coach last season and was on a three-man shortlist for the Malaysia national job.

KUALA LUMPUR -- With Ajax connections to the late Johan Cruyff and Louis van Gaal, Robert Alberts is probably Southeast Asia's best-known Dutch coach, having won titles in three different nations. But Indonesia's ongoing ban from FIFA has limited the 61-year-old's job prospects.

Alberts, who led Arema FC to the 2010 Indonesian title, has been out of work since parting ways with Malaysia Super League club Sarawak last July, narrowly missing out on getting the Malaysian national job in January. Three...

 By John Duerden

Indonesia risk losing a generation of players if FIFA ban continues

Indonesia have not played international football since being banned by FIFA last May.

Indonesian football fans should be thankful for the work carried out by various media organisations around the world, but especially in the UK, for their role in uncovering corruption and wrongdoing at FIFA.

That has led to a FIFA Congress on Feb. 26 in Zurich when a new president will be elected to replace the suspended Sepp Blatter. It also gives the country a chance to get the ban that the world governing body handed out last May overturned. FIFA will discuss whether to do so. Fans, coaches and...

Suspended Kuwait and Indonesia to have FIFA voting rights assessed

Sheikh Ahmad, executive committee member of Kuwait, is a backer of presidential candidate Sheikh Salman.

Suspended FIFA member federations Kuwait and Indonesia will have their voting rights assessed next week, two days before the FIFA presidential election.

FIFA says the subject "Associations not entitled to vote" is on the agenda for an executive committee meeting on Feb. 24.

It was unclear if executive committee member Sheikh Ahmad of Kuwait will take part in the discussion. His FIFA work has not been affected by Kuwait's suspension.

Sheikh Ahmad is a key backer of presidential candidate Sheikh Salman...