Manado United

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Manado United 9
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Full name Manado United 9
Nickname(s) Paus Biru Raksasa (en: The Giant Blue Whale)
The Blue Star
North Storm (Indonesian: Badai Utara)
Founded 2010
Dissolved 2011
Ground Klabat Stadium
Manado, Indonesia
Ground Capacity 10.000
Owner Indonesia Harley Benfica Mangindaan[1]
(Founder)
Coach Sergei Dubrovin
League Liga Primer Indonesia
2011 LPI 17

Manado United 9 or simply known as MU-9[2] is an Indonesian football club based in Manado, North Sulawesi. The team plays in Liga Primer Indonesia.

Team Officials[edit]

Role Name
President Indonesia Ronny Pangemanan
Official Indonesia Jolly Gabriel
Team Manager Indonesia Audy Karamoy
Head Coach Moldova Sergei Dubrovin[3]
Coach Assistant Indonesia M. Alhadad[4]
Official Indonesia Matjon Buang
Goalkeeper Coach Indonesia Edi Rosadi
Team Doctor Indonesia Dr.Arif
Masseur Indonesia Ambran
Driver Indonesia Harley Mait

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Manado United current Logo (2010–present)

The ship steering wheel signifies the wheel of a large vessel capable of passing big storms.

Images of water and fish symbolize the city of Manado as a Marine City. Football is expected to help raise the image of Manado as Marine City. Meanwhile, the number nine signifies the 9 united tribes of Minahasa and its 9 districts.[5]

Current Squad[6][edit]

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 Darma
Indonesia MF Cornelis Mambesa
Indonesia MF Tommy Harianto
Indonesia MF Rosta
6 Iran DF Hossein Shiri
14 Ivory Coast FW Eugène Dadi
7 Brazil FW Jardel Santana
10 Brazil MF Amaral (Marquee)
11 Indonesia MF Felix Timbowo
Indonesia DF Rolis Sumual
Indonesia FW Iskandar
90 Indonesia DF Herry Setiawan
No. Position Player
27 Cameroon DF Felix Yetna

Supporters[edit]

Manado United's supporters call themselves "The Man" and "Manado United Fans Club (MUFC)".[7]

Kit Supplier[edit]

2011 LPI results[edit]

Date Location Opponent Score* Competition
23 January 2011 Bali, Indonesia Bali Devata F.C. 0–1 LPI
30 January 2011 Manado, Indonesia Cenderawasih F.C. 3–0 LPI
6 February 2011 Medan, Indonesia Medan Bintang F.C. 0–3 LPI
13 February 2011 Manado, Indonesia Atjeh United F.C. 2–2 LPI
19 February 2011 Yogyakarta, Indonesia Real Mataram 2–2 LPI
26 February 2011 Makassar, Indonesia PSM Makassar 0–0 LPI
6 March 2011 Manado, Indonesia Medan Chiefs 1–2 LPI
13 March 2011 Bogor, Indonesia Jakarta F.C. 1928 0–3 LPI
20 March 2011 Jatidiri Stadium Semarang United F.C. 0–2 LPI
27 March 2011 Surabaya Persebaya 1927 1–3 LPI
6 April 2011 Solo Persibo Bojonegoro 2–1 LPI
10 April 2011 Solo Solo F.C. 3–7 LPI
17 April 2011 Manado Persema Malang 0–0 LPI
24 April 2011 Jakarta Batavia Union 1–4 LPI
1 May 2011 Manado Bandung F.C. 1–1 LPI
7 May 2011 Tangerang Tangerang Wolves 1–1 LPI
14 May 2011 Manado Bogor Raya 1–0 LPI

* Manado United's scores listed first

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