Medan Jaya

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Medan Jaya
Full name Medan Jaya Football Club
Nickname(s) The Sumatra Deer
Founded 1987
Ground Teladan Stadium,
Medan, North Sumatra
Ground Capacity 15,000
Owner PT. Medana
League Liga Indonesia First Division
2010 2nd (first stage Group I)
4th (second stage Group B)

Medan Jaya or Penajam Medan Jaya (2008–09) or Medina Medan Jaya (2010-now) is an Indonesian football club based in Medan, North Sumatra. Club played in Liga Indonesia First Division.

Medan Jaya stadium named Teladan Stadium. Its location was in downtown Medan, North Sumatra.

History[edit]

Medan Jaya was established in 1987 and has become a well-respected club in the era of competition Galatama as well as the Premier Division competition. But the achievements of this team started to decline in 2000. In season 1999/2000, Medan Jaya was relegated to the First Division and thrown back to the Second Division in season 2004. Medan Jaya re-tread into First Division competition started the 2006 season.

Name[edit]

  • Penajam Medan Jaya (2008–2009; includes the name of the owner of a majority stake Medan Jaya FC it is Penajam)
  • Medina Medan Jaya (2010-now; includes the name of the owner of a majority stake Medan Jaya FC it is Medina)

Players[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
2 Uruguay DF Ricardo Antunes
4 Indonesia DF Mokhamad Syaifuddin
5 Indonesia DF Edi Hafid
7 Indonesia MF Mochammad Solechudin
8 Indonesia MF Hassan Arianto
10 Brazil FW Luis Rodrigo Filho
12 Indonesia GK Edi Kurnia
13 Argentina MF Franco Garcia
14 Indonesia FW Muhammad Arsyad
15 Indonesia DF Isna Irfansyah
16 Indonesia MF Munadi
18 Indonesia MF Asep Mulyana
20 Indonesia DF Ronny Subiyanto
No. Position Player
21 Indonesia DF Rama Pratama
23 Indonesia FW Adi Sulistya
26 Indonesia GK Endang Subrata
28 Indonesia GK Tema Mursadat
30 South Korea DF Park Jun-Lee
32 Indonesia FW Erick Kuswanto
42 Indonesia MF Riyandi Ramadhana
71 Indonesia DF Rendi Saputra
77 Indonesia MF Rafid Lestaluhu
88 Japan MF Sazaki Minori
91 Indonesia MF Gugum Gumilar
93 Indonesia MF Dolly Ramadhan Gultom
94 Indonesia FW Iman Faturohman

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