Yandri Pitoy

Football, Football player

1981 –

88

Who is Yandri Pitoy?

Yandri Pitoy is an Indonesian footballer. He is a goalkeeper who is considered to be among the best goalkeepers in Indonesia today.

He plays for the Indonesia national football team as the first team regular. His international debut as a senior national team player was for a friendly match between Indonesia and Malaysia in 26 September 2003 and the match was ended draw 1-1. In Sea Games 2001 he brought U-23 National Team to 4th Places after losing 0-1 from Myanmar. In Sea Games 2003 in Hanoi, Vietnam he failed to bring U-23 National Team to Semi Final. The team were not qualified from group qualification at first round. In Asian Cup 2007, he played in two matches in group D qualification in Jakarta. Those two matches are Indonesia against Bahrain and Indonesia against Saudi Arabia.

Yandri brought his club, Persipura Jayapura to win Liga Indonesia together with teammates in his club. In the end of 2012 he joined Persiram Raja Ampat for one season.

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Born
Jan 15, 1981
Tomohon
Nationality
  • Indonesia
Lived in
  • Tomohon

Submitted
on July 23, 2013

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