2008–09 Indonesia Super League

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Indonesia Super League
Season 2008-09
Champions Persipura Jayapura
Relegated Deltras Sidoarjo
Persita Tangerang
PSIS Semarang
PSMS Medan (after play-off)
2010 AFC Champions League Persipura Jayapura
(Group stage)
Persiwa Wamena
(Qualifying play-off)
2010 AFC Cup Persiwa Wamena
Matches played 306
Goals scored 814 (2.66 per match)
Top goalscorer Boaz Solossa (28 goals)
Christian Gonzales (28 goals)
Biggest home win Persiwa Wamena 6-0 PSIS Semarang
(1 April 2009)
Sriwijaya FC 6-0 Persita Tangerang
(18 October 2008)
Persipura Jayapura 6-0 Persija Jakarta
(9 October 2008)
Biggest away win Arema Indonesia 0-5 Persipura Jayapura
(28 February 2009)
Highest scoring Deltras Sidoarjo 5-3 PSM Makassar
(10 June 2009)
Longest winning run Persipura Jayapura (9 games) ended 20 May 2009
Longest unbeaten run Persib Bandung (17 games) ended 5 May 2009
Longest losing run PSIS Semarang (6 games) ended 21 May 2009
Persita Tangerang (6 games) ended 24 May 2009

The 2008-09 Indonesia Super League season has 18 teams battling out to become the number one in the top flight of football in Indonesia. The league is sponsored by Djarum[1] and is officially called Djarum Super Liga Indonesia (SLI) or Djarum Indonesia Super League (ISL). This is the first edition of Indonesia Super League, which replaced the Premier Division as the top rank of football competition in the country.

Persipura Jayapura clinched the title after winning a match 3-1 against Persija Jakarta on May 17, 2009. This is their 1st Indonesia Super League title and 2nd title, counting the Premier Division era.

Clubs[edit]

The teams in 2008-09 Indonesia Super League season:

Locations of the teams in Djarum ISL 2008–09

Managerial Changes[edit]

Team Outgoing manager Date Outgoing Reason of departure Replaced by Date of Replacement
PSIS Semarang Indonesia Edi Paryono July 23, 2008 Sacked Indonesia Bambang Nurdiansyah August 29, 2008
PSMS Medan Indonesia Iwan Setiawan August 1, 2008 Sacked Brazil Luciano Leandro November 24, 2008
Arema Malang Indonesia Bambang Nurdiansyah August 5, 2008 Resigned Indonesia Gusnul Yakin August 14, 2008
Persipura Jayapura Malaysia Raja Isa August 20, 2008 Mutual consent Brazil Jacksen F. Tiago August 26, 2008
Persitara Jakarta Utara Brazil Jacksen F. Tiago August 26, 2008 Signed by Persipura Jayapura Netherlands Dick Buitelaar February 5, 2009
Persiba Balikpapan England Peter Butler September 26, 2008 Sacked Indonesia Daniel Roekito September 26, 2008
PKT Bontang Indonesia Mustaqim November 9, 2008 Resigned Indonesia Fachry Husaini November 12, 2008
PSMS Medan Brazil Luciano Leandro February, 2009 Sacked[2] Indonesia Liestiade February, 2009

Final league table[edit]

[3]
Pld = Matches played; W = Matches won; D = Matches drawn; L = Matches lost; F = Goals for; A = Goals against; GD = Goal difference; Pts = Points

Pos
Club
Pld
W
D
L
F
A
GD
Pts
1
Persipura Jayapura
34
25
5
4
81
25
56
80
2
Persiwa Wamena
34
21
3
10
57
32
25
66
3
Persib Bandung
34
20
6
8
63
40
23
66
4
Persik Kediri
34
16
7
11
53
46
7
55
5
Sriwijaya FC
34
15
9
10
60
45
15
54
6
Persela Lamongan
34
16
6
12
41
35
6
54
7
Persija Jakarta
34
15
8
11
61
48
13
53
8
PSM Makassar
34
13
12
9
42
44
-2
51
9
Pelita Jaya
34
14
7
13
36
35
1
49
10
Arema Malang
34
13
8
13
40
42
-2
47
11
Persijap Jepara
34
12
10
12
42
40
2
46
12
Persiba Balikpapan
34
13
7
14
40
42
-2
46
13
Bontang PKT
34
9
10
15
43
54
-11
37
14
Persitara Jakarta Utara
34
9
9
16
41
50
-9
36
15
PSMS Medan
34
6
13
15
41
54
-13
31
16
Deltras Sidoarjo
34
7
8
19
30
55
-25
29
17
Persita Tangerang
34
6
7
21
26
65
-39
25
18
PSIS Semarang
34
4
9
21
17
62
-45
21
Key to colours in league table
     Champion / League Leaders
     Play-off vs Team 4th Position in Indonesia Premier Division
     Relegated to Indonesia Premier Division

Relegation/Promotion Playoff[edit]

Persebaya Surabaya promoted to the top flight

Season statistics[edit]

Top goalscorers[edit]

This is a list of top scorers of the 2008-09 season.[3]

Position Players Clubs Goals
1 Indonesia Boaz Solossa Persipura Jayapura 28
Uruguay Christian Gonzales Persik Kediri / Persib Bandung 28
3 Brazil Beto Persipura Jayapura 23
4 Cameroon Ngon A Djam Sriwijaya FC 22
5 Indonesia Bambang Pamungkas Persija Jakarta 19
6 Indonesia Talaohu Musafri Persiba Balikpapan 17
Brazil Cristiano Lopes Pelita Jaya 17
8 Nigeria Greg Nwokolo Persija Jakarta 16
Brazil Marcio Souza Da Silva Persela Lamongan 16
Nigeria Ernest Jeremiah Persipura Jayapura 16
11 Brazil Hilton Moreira Persib Bandung 15
Chile Julio Lopez PSM Makassar 15
13 Indonesia Saktiawan Sinaga Persik Kediri 14

Hat-tricks[edit]

Player For Against Result Date
Uruguay Gonzáles, CristianCristian Gonzáles Persik Kediri PSIS Semarang 4-0 27 July 2008
Indonesia Pamungkas, BambangBambang Pamungkas Persija Jakarta PSIS Semarang 5-0 7 September 2008
Indonesia Solossa, BoazBoaz Solossa Persipura Jayapura Persija Jakarta 6-0 9 October 2008
Brazil Souza Da Silva, MarcioMarcio Souza Da Silva Persela Lamongan Bontang FC 5-0 13 October 2008
Nigeria Nwokolo, GregGreg Nwokolo Persija Jakarta Bontang FC 5-0 19 October 2008
Brazil Martins Dinelli, LeonardoLeonardo Martins Dinelli PSMS Medan Arema Malang 3-4 23 October 2008
Cameroon Parfait Ngon A Djam, ClaudeClaude Parfait Ngon A Djam Sriwijaya FC Arema Malang 4-0 8 February 2009
Liberia Eddie Foday, BoakayBoakay Eddie Foday4 Persiwa Wamena PSIS Semarang 6-0 1 April 2009
Brazil Goncalves Da Costa, AlbertoAlberto Goncalves Da Costa Persipura Jayapura PSM Makassar 5-0 7 May 2009
Indonesia Solossa, BoazBoaz Solossa Persipura Jayapura Persitara Jakarta Utara 3-3 20 May 2009
Uruguay Gonzáles, CristianCristian Gonzáles Persib Bandung Deltras Sidoarjo 6-1 30 May 2009
Indonesia Chaeruddin, SyamsulSyamsul Chaeruddin PSM Makassar Deltras Sidoarjo 3-5 10 June 2009
Indonesia Musafri, TalaohuTalaohu Musafri Persiba Balikpapan PSIS Semarang 5-0 10 June 2009
  • 4 : Player scored 4 goals

Clean sheets[edit]

References[edit]