After Jeam Kelly Sroyer, Persik Kediri Recruits a Papuan Young Pearl Again – Jeam Kelly Sroyer impressed in his debut with Persik Kediri last season. This young player from Papua is able to attract attention for his shrewdness.

Because it was considered to have shown an impressive performance, the management of the team nicknamed the White Tiger again decided to look for the hidden pearl from Earth of Cendrawasih.

This time, it was Jimmy Aronggear’s turn, who was brought in by the pride of Persikmania to increase the strength of the team that won 2 Indonesian League titles.

“I feel everyone was getting surprised and impressed enough by Kelly Sroyer’s performance last season.”

“Even though it was his first time playing at the highest level of Indonesian football, he was able to answer it well, even breaking into the starting eleven several times and scoring goals that helped the Persik team,” said Persik Kediri coach Javier Roca, Wednesday (18/5/2022).

Therefore, his party now also does not hesitate to try again to orbit other young Papuan players. Jimmy Aronggerar is a player who was born on February 24, 2002 and comes from the PSBS Biak club.

“Before recruiting him, I saw his performance with PSBS Biak in the Indonesian League 2 competition last season. Besides that, I also asked for the opinion of his coach Elli Aiboy who also played with me, I myself hope that Jimmy can give a different color and show his best game with Persik in the future ‘ said Roca.

For him, Jimmy’s ability to play equally well on the defensive wing, called Roca, was one of his considerations in bringing him into the Persik Kediri squad.

“But I will not burden him too much in this first season and let him process and learn first.”

“In general, I am also really preparing for Persik Kediri to have squad depth and have the majority of players under 25 years old in the third year,” he concluded.

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