Jakarta, CNN Indonesia —
The following is a selection of news from the sports world which was dominated by the cancellation of the 2023 U-20 World Cup in Indonesia.
Here are the sports world’s picks for the last 24 hours:
1. Indonesia Canceled Host the U-20 World Cup
FIFA officially canceled Indonesia as the host for the 2023 U-20 World Cup. This was conveyed by FIFA through its official website, Wednesday (29/3) evening.
“Following today’s meeting between FIFA President Gianni Infantino and Chairman of the Indonesian Football Association (PSSI) Erick Thohir, FIFA has decided, due to the current circumstances, to withdraw Indonesia from hosting the 2023 U-20 World Cup,” said FIFA on its website. official FIFA.com.
2. 5 Important Points in FIFA’s Decision Regarding the Cancellation of Indonesia’s Host Status
FIFA has revoked Indonesia’s status as the host for the 2023 U-20 World Cup. Here are five important points in FIFA’s release on Wednesday (29/3).
After meeting with PSSI Chairman Erick Thohir in Doha, Qatar on Wednesday (29/3), FIFA issued an official statement. Indonesia’s efforts to maintain host status were not successful.
FIFA officially revoked Indonesia’s hosting status at the 2023 U-20 World Cup. (AP/Achmad Ibrahim)
The five important points are:
1. FIFA revokes Indonesia’s hosting status at the 2023 U-20 World Cup.
2. The date of the 2023 U-20 World Cup has not changed.
3. Indonesia has the potential to receive additional sanctions.
4. FIFA remains committed to assisting the transformation of PSSI.
5. FIFA President and PSSI Chairman will meet again soon.
3. Indonesian U-20 National Team Players Overwhelm Sadness
Indonesian U-20 national team striker Hokky Caraka was unable to hide his sadness after Indonesia was canceled from hosting the 2023 U-20 World Cup.
“We are disappointed about the failure of the U-20 World Cup. Don’t you say, ‘Oh, the World Cup is just a give away’ or whatever you call it,” said Hokky via Instastory.
“We also practice like this. Who wants to be blamed? Wake up!!!! You are only dreaming,” he added.