Mochizuki's Satoru Immediately Scouting Players For The Indonesian Women's National Team
Satoru Mochizuki during his introduction to become coach of the Indonesian Women's National Team (VOI/Ulfa Gusti).

JAKARTA - The Japanese coach, Satoru Mochizuki, was officially appointed by PSSI to be the coach of the Indonesian Women's National Team. This opportunity is also a matter of pride for Satoru.

At a press conference held in Central Jakarta, Tuesday, February 20, 2024, Satoru said he was proud to have this opportunity. The 59-year-old man also called this trust a new challenge for him.

"I am proud to be the coach of the Indonesian Women's National Team. This will be a big challenge for me. I will try to increase the level of the Indonesian Women's National Team," said Satoru Mochizuki.

Satoru further does not deny that there are still many things he does not know. However, he said he would continue to learn to explore potential in the country.

The plan is that he will go directly to the field to see the situation. One of them is running the initial program, namely conducting talent scouting.

"In the near future I will be scoring potential players. After that, we will have a training camp to see the strength of the players," said Satoru.

In addition, Satoru also explained that he and PSSI had agreed to build the Indonesian Women's National Team with long-term projections.

Later, he will be involved in developing young football, increasing coaching, to competition at the grassroots.

"I always think about the long-term vision. To make a good Indonesian women's national team, I draw up long-term vision, not just about the team."

"In addition, there is also the development of grassroots, coaching, competition at grassroots, and others because all of that will lead to the success of the Indonesian Women's National Team," he said.

Satoru Mochizuki was appointed coach of the Indonesian Women's National Team because of his flashy background.

Had handled the Japanese Women's National Team, he managed to bring in the fourth title of the Beijing Olympics (2008), the FIFA Women's World Cup (2011) champion, and the runners-up at the London Olympics (2022).

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