Persikad Depok

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Persikad Depok
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Full name Persatuan Sepak Bola Indonesia Kota Depok
Nickname(s) Knight of Ciliwung
The Thunderbolt
The Margonda Wolves
Founded 1990
Ground Merpati Stadium
Depok, West Java, Indonesia
Ground Capacity 1,000
Owner Depok government (45%)
Edy Djoekardi (55%)
Chairman Faiz Irfan Muhammad
Manager Uruguay Juan Verzeri
League Liga 2
2017 6th in Group 2

Persatuan Sepak Bola Indonesia Kota Depok, commonly known as Persikad Depok, is an Indonesian football club based in Depok, West Java. The club played in Liga Indonesia Premier Division.

Persikad's stadium was named Merpati Stadium. Its location was in downtown Depok, West Java.

History[edit]

In 2009, Persikad experienced a severe financial crisis that left the management team owing 11 months' wages to the players. A businessman named Edy Djoekardi rescued the team by buying a majority stake in PT. Persikad Depok. Djoekardi planned to invest millions of dollars to build a team capable of performing up to the international scene, and to build infrastructure, such as stadiums.

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
1 Indonesia GK Restu Abdillah
2 Indonesia DF Muhammad Syukron
3 Indonesia DF Adi Parwa (on loan from Bali United F.C.)
4 Indonesia DF Dion Mefahmi
6 Indonesia MF Mubarak Muhammad Gasim
7 Argentina FW Enzo Gutiérrez
8 Indonesia MF Raja Sastra Permana Putra
9 Indonesia FW Martinus Novianto (on loan from Bali United F.C.)
10 Brazil MF Diego Souza (captain)
11 Indonesia MF Aditia Gigis Hermawan
12 Indonesia GK Pipik Suratno
13 Indonesia MF Chrisnanda
14 Indonesia MF Ajat Sudrajat
15 Indonesia FW Jackson Tiwu
16 Indonesia DF Ryan Maulana
No. Position Player
18 Indonesia DF Angga Wijaya
19 Indonesia MF Ade Jantra Lukmana (vice-captain)
20 Indonesia GK I Putu Pager Wirajaya (on loan from Bali United F.C.)
21 Indonesia MF Ade Suhendra
22 Indonesia FW Alief Jauzi
23 Argentina DF Gabriel Vallés
24 Indonesia MF Dede Ariandi
25 Brazil MF Dudu
26 Indonesia DF Mustari
27 Indonesia FW Reksa Maulana
29 Indonesia GK Mario Wakano
31 Indonesia DF Fadli Haris
32 Indonesia DF Samsudin
34 Indonesia MF Aris Suwandi
44 Indonesia FW Febriansyah Ramadhan

Former Players[edit]

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