The world has moved on but on the ground nothing has changed.
Attention spans are never very long at the best of times and once the PSSI and the KPSI decided to bury the hatchet and be friends again everyone lost interest. The feeling was everything was fine, hunky dory and ship shape once again.
Persidafon v Persiba 2-0 (Pape Latyr 2) 7,735 Persiram v Barito Putra 3-1 (Elthon Maran, Steven Imbiri, James Koko Lomell; Konate Makan) 855 Persita v Pelita Bandung Raya 2-0 (Luis Edmundo, Cristian Carrasco) 1,250 Persib v Sriwijaya 4-0 (Sergio van Dijk 2, Hilton Moreira, M Ridwan) 25,000 Persipura v Mitra Kukar 1-0 (Boas Solossa) Persiwa v Persisam 1-3 (Max Suel; Osas Marvelous 3) Persepam v PSPS 3-0 (Rossy, Alain Nkong, Ali Khaddafi) Persela v Persija 1-1 (Mario Costas; Alfariz)
Persipura's lead has now stretched to 14 points after their narrow victory over Mitra Kukar at the Mandala Stadium and other results went their way though Arema have a game in hand and play Tuesday.
England's abject failure in Israel at the European Under 21 Chamoionships has yet again thrown the country's youth policies, or lack thereof, into focus. As if three straight defeats wasn't enough, against Italy, Norway and Israel, it was the manner of them. Manager Stuart Pearce was quick to say he was deprived of key players like Phil Jones and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain but whether they would have had the power to change things is a moot point.
Canberra v Malaysia 3-2 Sydney Olympic v Malaysia 0-4 Marconi v Malaysia 2-0
This tour, organised the amazing Football Association of Malaysia, was a resounding success for the national team. OK, maybe the results weren't the best but then football is not always about results is it?
PSIS v Persikabo 1-2 (Yulianto; Aliyuddin 2) 21,900 Persiku v Persikad 4-1 (Alberto Ramon Sosa 4; Aji Nurpijal) 3,793
Indonesia Premier League
Persibo v Persema W/O (Persibo didn't show, again, match awarded 3-0 to Persema) Persepar v PSIR 2-0 Pro Duta v Persiraja 3-0 Semen Padang v PSLS 6-0 Persebaya v PSM 2-0 (Fernando Soler, Andik Vermansyah) Bontang v Perseman 0-5 Persijap v Persiba 1-0 Persija v Arema PP
SINGAPORE, 11 JUNE 2013: The Football Association of Singapore (FAS) is pleased to announce that ticket sales for the international friendly match between Singapore U23 and Philippines U23 on Thursday, 13 June 2013, 7.45pm at Hougang Stadium will commence tomorrow, 12 June 2013 at 12 noon.
Not the best result for Arsenal as they went down 4-3 against Eintracht Frankfurt on the second match day of the Lion City Cup in Singapore.
The Gunners had narrowly defeated hosts NFA in the opening game 2-1 but against the Germans found themselves a goal down within seconds of the start after carelessly losing possession in their own half.