Renan Alves signs with the Indonesian team and will be joined by Rafael Silva, ex-Vasco and Cruzeiro

of the Indonesian first division (Press Release/Barito Putera)

Defender Renan Alves signed this week a one-year contract with Barito Putera, from the Indonesian first division. In the new house, he will have the company of two more Brazilians, who had stints in big clubs. Midfielder Bruno Matos, who played for Palmeiras in 2010, and striker Rafael Silva, ex-Cruzeiro and Vasco. This Friday, the trio enters the field in search of taking the team out of the relegation zone.

Barito Putera is in 16th position with 15 points. Three teams drop out of the Indonesia League at the end of the season. The next match will be against Borneo at home.

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– New challenge in my career and very important, mainly. I accepted the proposal and arrived for the second round of the competition (there are 18 more games). The team is at the bottom of the table, but there are still games ahead. I’m pretty excited. Of course, I won’t have the time I wanted to train, get into the ideal physical shape, but I’m giving myself to the fullest. I trained just two days and I said I was available – said the athlete, and added:

– At this point in the championship, you can’t go soft. I want to help in some way. Willpower, claw and determination will not be lacking on my part. Some new players arrived, like Bruno Matos. Rafael Silva also arrived here recently. They are athletes who have played for great teams in Brazil. They can and will represent a lot in this challenge. I’m pretty sure we can get it back. I want to start off on the right foot. A victory gives a relaxed and an incentive to work – commented Renan Alves.

After three seasons in Malaysia, Renan Alves returns to work in Indonesia. In 2018, the defender played precisely for Borneo, a team he will face shortly after his debut in the country. He talked about what football is like in the country.

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– Football in Indonesia has fast individual players. It’s a very fast championship and the ball doesn’t stop. The ball runs a lot. There are very good teams. That’s why I decided to go back. I played a little the last time I played here. I’m happy to be in the country again. It is a country that has many football fans. The crowds really fill every game. Too bad it can’t have fans, for now – concluded the defender, who was born and raised in the Paranhos community, in Magé, in Baixada Fluminense.

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