2010–11 Persibo Bojonegoro season

Persibo Bojonegoro
2010–11 season
Chairman Indonesia Taufik Risnendar
Manager Indonesia Sartono Anwar
Ground Letjen Haji Sudirman Stadium
LPi 4th

The 2010–11 season is Persibo Bojonegoro's 1st season that the club play in the Indonesia Super League, the top division of Indonesian football, and subsequently defect to Liga Primer Indonesia, an independent professional competition for football clubs in Indonesia.

Review and events

Bojonegoro is 2009-10 Premier Division champions, under supervision of the Football Association of Indonesia (PSSI). The club got promoted from Premier Division to Indonesian Super League.

Bojonegoro had played in Super League, but no wins in six games.

ISL Results summary

6 0 2 4 4 9  −5 2 0 2 2 2 4  −2 0 0 2 2 5  −3

Last updated: start of season.
Source: Liga Indonesia

ISL Results by round

Result D L L L D L
Position 8 13 17 17 17 18

Last updated: 30 April 2011.
Source: Liga Indonesia
Ground: A = Away; H = Home. Result: D = Draw; L = Loss; W = Win; P = Postponed.


In late 2010, Bojonegoro withdrew from 2010-11 Indonesia Super League and move to 2011 Liga Primer Indonesia. Bojonegoro played their first game against Batavia Union on 9 January 2011, in a 0-2 loss at home.

Liga Primer Indonesia officials revealed Samsul Arif was a marquee signing, who sat outside the club's Liga Primer Indonesia salary cap.


As of 30 April 2011, according to the IPL official website. Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Indonesia GK Rendra Pratama
2 Indonesia DF Novan Sasongko
3 Indonesia DF Achmad Sumardi
4 Indonesia MF Ahmad Sholeh
5 Brazil DF Carlos Bizarro
6 Indonesia DF Muhammad Hamzah
7 Syria FW Muhammad Albicho
9 Indonesia FW Samsul Arif
10 Brazil MF Wallacer de Andrade
13 Indonesia DF Akhmad Tuansyah (captain)
15 Indonesia MF Iswandi
16 Indonesia MF Jajang Paliyama
No. Position Player
17 Indonesia MF Mohamad Irfan
18 Brazil FW Tiago Nunez da Silva
19 Indonesia FW Dicky Firasat
20 Japan DF Tatsuya Kuroda
23 Indonesia DF Aang Suparman
24 Indonesia DF Friyan Yuono
27 Indonesia MF Mochammad Huda
29 Indonesia GK Susanto
50 Indonesia GK Wahyudi
81 China FW Li Zhixing
88 Indonesia MF Nurhidayat
99 South Korea MF Kim Kang-hyun



Date Pos. Name From Source
22 August 2010 FW Indonesia Dicky Firasat Indonesia Persela Lamongan [1]
19 August 2010 GK Indonesia Syaifudin Indonesia Persebaya [2]
FW Syria Muhammad Albico Syria Al-Wahda Damascus [3]


  1. "Transfer" (in Indonesian).
  2. "Transfer" (in Indonesian).
  3. "Transfer" (in Indonesian).
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