Rochy Putiray

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Rochy Putiray Ramdani
Personal information
Full name Rochi Putiray Ramdani
Date of birth (1969-06-26) 26 June 1969 (age 47)
Place of birth Situbondo, Indonesia
Height 1.74 m (5 ft 9 in)
Playing position Forward
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1987–1999 Arseto Solo 219 (177)
1990 Dukla Prague (loan) 8 (1)
1999–2000 Persija Jakarta 20 (15)
2000–2001 Instant-Dict F.C. 22 (12)
2001–2002 Happy Valley 25 (17)
2002 PSM Makassar 20 (4)
2002–2003 South China AA 32 (42)
2003 Persijatim Solo FC 16 (7)
2003–2004 Kitchee SC 26 (16)
2004–2005 PSPS Pekanbaru 26 (14)
2006–2007 PSS Sleman 15 (8)
National team
1991 Indonesia U-23
1987–1991 Indonesia B
1991–2004 Indonesia 41 (17)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
‡ National team caps and goals correct as of 25 July 2004

Rochy Putiray Ramdani (born June 26, 1969 Indonesia) is a retired football player from Indonesia.[1]

Rochy was probably the most easily recognised player on the Indonesia national football team because of his brightly coloured and constantly changing hair. In his career, he has played for Arseto Solo, Jakarta F.C.(1999–2000), Persija Jakarta, Instant-Dict, Kitchee FC and South China AA. He moved to Instant-Dict after being spotted by the Hong Kong club during the Asian Cup Qualifier between Hong Kong and Indonesia. He helped Kitchee FC beat AC Milan 2–1 by scoring 2 goals during a friendly match in 2004. He graduated from Faculty of Law in Universitas Surakarta (UNSA), a university from Solo City, Indonesia. In 2012, he began to coach UNSA sport school, in his native Indonesia.

Rochy Putiray: International goals
Goal Date Venue Opponent Score Result Competition
1 26 November 1991 Rizal Memorial Stadium, Manila, Philippines  Malaysia 2–0 2–0 1991 Southeast Asian Games
2 30 November 1991 Rizal Memorial Stadium, Manila, Philippines  Philippines 1–2 1–2 1991 Southeast Asian Games
3 11 August 1992 Senayan Stadium, Jakarta, Indonesia  Thailand 1–0 4–1 1992 Indonesian Independence Cup
4 4 March 1996 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia  India 2–1 7–1 1996 AFC Asian Cup qualification
5 4 March 1996 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia  India 5–1 7–1 1996 AFC Asian Cup qualification
6 6 April 1997 Senayan Stadium, Jakarta, Indonesia  Cambodia 3–0 8–0 1998 FIFA World Cup qualification
7 6 April 1997 Senayan Stadium, Jakarta, Indonesia  Cambodia 6–0 8–0 1998 FIFA World Cup qualification
8 6 April 1997 Senayan Stadium, Jakarta, Indonesia  Cambodia 8–0 8–0 1998 FIFA World Cup qualification
9 2 August 1999 Berakas Track and Field Complex, Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei  Malaysia 2–0 6–0 1999 Southeast Asian Games
10 2 August 1999 Berakas Track and Field Complex, Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei  Malaysia 6–0 6–0 1999 Southeast Asian Games
11 24 October 1999 Hong Kong  Hong Kong 1–1 1–1 2000 AFC Asian Cup qualification
12 30 October 1999 Phnom Penh, Cambodia  Cambodia 0–3 1–5 2000 AFC Asian Cup qualification
13 30 October 1999 Phnom Penh, Cambodia  Cambodia 0–4 1–5 2000 AFC Asian Cup qualification
14 14 November 1999 Senayan Stadium, Jakarta, Indonesia  Hong Kong 2–0 3–1 2000 AFC Asian Cup qualification
15 20 November 1999 Senayan Stadium, Jakarta, Indonesia  Cambodia 1–0 9–2 2000 AFC Asian Cup qualification
16 20 November 1999 Senayan Stadium, Jakarta, Indonesia  Cambodia 4–1 9–2 2000 AFC Asian Cup qualification
17 20 November 1999 Senayan Stadium, Jakarta, Indonesia  Cambodia 9–2 9–2 2000 AFC Asian Cup qualification

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