His Photo Become Viral, PS Batam Manager Talks About Budi Sudarsono's Contract as a Coach
Former national team player and now a PS Batam coach, Budi Sudarsono is horrendous and suddenly viral because a photo of him selling second-hand shoes
Inevitably, this news also stole public attention.
Although 'The Python Snake' has denied it, but the fans still feel concerned if this really happens.
In response to this, PS Batam Manager, Mulyadi, also gave his comments.
"(emotive laughs) Not true. It was yesterday morning they went to the market, search soccer shoes for children," he wrote via Whatsapp.
"Still waiting (for the contract) Mr. Amsakar," he continued.
He also added, until now Budi Sudarsono was with several players enjoying a vacation in Tanjungpinang City.
"They were invited by sports figures in Riau Islands. Yesterday also had a chance gone to Bintan," he said again.
Besides Budi Sudarsono, PS Batam also brought several players from Java to fill the composition of players in facing League 3 at Riau Islands Province few days ago.
From many players who were brought in, some of them have also been sent home.
"3 of our players are asked to join 757 Kepri Jaya FC. One of them has joined on behalf of Marsel, and maybe Sandy (PS Batam captain) will follow," he said.
In this photo, Budi looks relaxed while sitting at the middle of a pile of second-hand shoes.
Had seen, the position at that time was like selling product to customers.
When contacted, Budi laughed while refuting it.
"No (selling second hand shoes), that's not right, I want to buy souvenirs," he said via telephone, Sunday (09/08/2019).
Although he did not mention details related to his contract with PS Batam, Budi had hinted that he would soon be anchored to several League 2 teams.
"There are already many offers, but we are still waiting. Selected which one is possible, after all, everyone certainly has their dreams," he continued with a relaxed tone. (tribunbatam.id/dipanusantara)
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