Last night, Indonesia held Vietnam even in their second AFF semi-final match. The result, taking into consideration Indonesia’s win against Vietnam in their first match, qualified Indonesia to compete in the final of the AFF Cup, a biennial football competition among Southeast Asian countries. This is the fifth final for the Garuda team in the history of the AFF Cup. And so Indonesian’s experience a renewed sense of pride in the country’s football. Many expect that Indonesia’s football association PSSI, under the new leadership of Lt. Gen. Edy Rahmayadi, will be able to institute reform in the management of country’s football league. But just how realistic is this expectation?To subscribe please click here