Luis Milla Assessing Football in Southeast Asia Begin Forward
Luis Milla has been eight months as the skipper of the Indonesian national team after PSSI appointed it in February 2017. The Spaniard has also felt the atmosphere of Indonesian and Southeast Asian football.
Milla underwent two international tournaments along with the Indonesian national team, the 2018 U-23 Asian Cup Qualifying and 2017 SEA Games. The 51-year-old coach also has felt a friendly match against clubs from Asia and the Americas.
Therefore, Milla assess the development of soccer in Southeast Asia in particular has started forward. According to the man who played for Real Madrid and Barcelona, soccer in Southeast Asia will be ready to compete at the top level.
“I think football in Southeast Asia is pretty good, just fix some things,” said Milla.
“Football in Indonesia has also been a lot of changes, I am here as a coach will try to help change for Indonesian football could be more advanced.”
Milla’s duties in 2017 are just playing a friendly match and setting up the team for the next year. New in 2018, the Indonesian national team has a solid schedule, from the Asian Games to the AFF Cup.