Nil Maizar

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Nil Maizar
Nil Maizar pelatih timnas.jpg
Personal information
Date of birth (1970-01-02) 2 January 1970 (age 45)
Place of birth Payakumbuh, West Sumatra, Indonesia
Height 1.68 m (5 ft 6 in)
Playing position Defender
Club information
Current team
Semen Padang (Head coach)
Youth career
1980–1986 Persepak Payukumbuh
1986–1987 Diklat Padang
1987–1988 Diklat Ragunan
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1990 Sparta Prague
1992–1997 Semen Padang
1997–1999 PSP Padang
National team
1991 Indonesia U-23
1987–1991 Indonesia B
1990 Indonesia
Teams managed
2000–2003 Semen Padang U-21
2005–2010 Semen Padang (assistant)
2010–2012 Semen Padang
2012–2013 Indonesia
2014 Putra Samarinda F.C.
2015– Semen Padang

* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.

† Appearances (Goals).

Nil Maizar (born 2 January 1970 in Payakumbuh, West Sumatra, Indonesia)[1] is a former Indonesian head coach and the current head coach of Semen Padang.

Playing career[edit]

He is a former Indonesia national football team player and defender who had trained with Sparta Prague in 1990.[2]

Coaching career[edit]

Nil Maizar was the head coach of Semen Padang's youth team and the assistant coach of Semen Padang for five years before appointed as the head coach in 2010.[2]

As a manager, his quality has been proven to improve the achievement of Semen Padang. He has different touch with the players and more like as motivator. He transmuted exiles, ageing, and ordinary players be a powerful squad in one team and led the club to reach fourth position in 2010-11 Indonesia Super League, although performing as a promotion team.[3] He led Semen Padang to gain their first title in 2011–12 Indonesian Premier League.[4]

Following his success with the club, The Football Association of Indonesia decided to employ Nil Maizar as a senior coach for the Indonesia national football team.[5] He was sacked in March 2013.[6]

On 25 May 2014, he was appointed as head coach by Putra Samarinda F.C. replacing Mundari Karya.[7] He was planned to coach Putra Samarinda for the 2015 Indonesia Super League but after the club changed ownership and name, he was replaced with Indra Sjafri on 17 December 2014.[8][9]

He was signed by Semen Padang on 25 January 2015, to replace Jafri Sastra as their head coach.[10]

Honours[edit]

Player[edit]

Semen Padang

Winner

Manager[edit]

Semen Padang

Winner

International matches[edit]

      Win       Draw       Loss

Date Location Competition Home team Away team Score
2012
3 May 2012 Palangkaraya Exhibition game
doesn't count as official match
PPSM Kartika Nusantara  Indonesia 0–8
11 May 2012 Bantul Exhibition game
doesn't count as official match
Persiba Bantul  Indonesia 1–1
17 May 2012 Nablus 2012 Palestine International Cup  Mauritania  Indonesia 0–2
19 May 2012 Hebron 2012 Palestine International Cup  Iraqi Kurdistan  Indonesia 1–1
22 May 2012 Hebron 2012 Palestine International Cup State of Palestine Palestine B  Indonesia 2–1
26 May 2012 Jakarta Exhibition game
doesn't count as official match
 Indonesia Inter Milan 2–4
5 June 2012 Manila International Friendly  Philippines  Indonesia 2–2
4 August 2012 Jakarta Exhibition game
doesn't count as official match
 Indonesia Valencia 0–5
8 September 2012 Jakarta International Friendly  Indonesia  North Korea 0–2
15 September 2012 Surabaya International Friendly  Indonesia  Vietnam 0–0
26 September 2012 Bandar Seri Begawan International Friendly  Brunei  Indonesia 5–0
26 September 2012 Hanoi International Friendly  Vietnam  Indonesia 0–0
14 November Jakarta Exhibition game
doesn't count as official match
 Indonesia  Timor-Leste 1–0
17 November Jakarta Exhibition game
doesn't count as official match
 Indonesia Cameroon Cameroon B 0–0
25 November Kuala Lumpur 2012 AFF Suzuki Cup  Indonesia  Laos 2–2
28 November Kuala Lumpur 2012 AFF Suzuki Cup  Indonesia  Singapore 1–0
1 December Kuala Lumpur 2012 AFF Suzuki Cup  Malaysia  Indonesia 0–2
2013
19 January Medan Exhibition game
doesn't count as official match
Pro Duta FC  Indonesia 0–0
24 January Lubuk Pakam Exhibition game
doesn't count as official match
Semen Padang  Indonesia 2–3
31 January Amman International Friendly  Jordan  Indonesia 5–0
6 February Dubai 2015 AFC Asian Cup qualification  Iraq  Indonesia 1–0

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