McMenemy: Philippines Ready to Defeat Indonesia

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Simon McMenemy Philippine team coach admitted his team "on fire" (ready to fight-Red) in the face of Indonesia in the second leg of the AFF Suzuki Cup semi-final at Bung Karno Stadium Senayan Jakarta, Sunday (19 / 2). "The condition of our players all in top shape and no one was injured. We` on fire ', "McMenemy said in Jakarta.

Coach British-born December 6, 1977 Simon Alexander McMenemy's full name was a priority in anticipation of penalties to try to train more intensely all goalkeepers available, including the main goalkeeper Neil Etheridge. "We would encourage all players to attack and we are confident the match will be more stringent than the first leg. To anticipate the penalties we are also ready," he said.

Yet the former coach and team manager Haywards Health Town FC and Worthing FC's assistant manager had to work hard also recognize the game combines European style with Philippine forces his players to remember the material is a combination of both regions.

Facing the second game this time back McMenemy confirmed the match situation would be difficult considering the game was held in front of supporters of Indonesian national team that has proven successful `` intimidate them during the first leg with a stun support an atmosphere. "This match will still be difficult for us, because for the second time we have to deal with such a big supporter of Indonesia," he said.

SUGBK semifinal match will be played starting at 19:00 pm. The winner of this match will face Malaysia in the final on 26 and 29 December.
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