Asked about Lilipaly, Bali United boss instead asked
The CEO of Bali United, Yabes Tanuri, chose not to say much about the success of his team to recruit Stefano Lilipaly from SC Cambuur.
Dutch naturalized midfielder was officially owned by Bali United on Saturday (12/08/2017) at 02.00 pm.
However, Yabes chose to fast talk about Lilipaly until a news conference related to his arrival that will be held Sunday (13/08/2017).
“Not yet able to comment until preskon, can not be real,” said Yabes told Kompas.com, Saturday morning.
Jabes instead turned to ask about Lilipaly.
“But I’m just asking about your opinion about Lilipaly,” said Jabes.
The purchase of Lilipaly by Bali United is actually quite surprising. Previously, Madura United who reportedly hunted signature Lilipaly.
It is not known how much money Bali United spent to bring Lilipaly.
Lastly, SC Telstar which is a club until January 2017, had membanderol Lilipaly about Rp 14 billion.
Could have been the price bounced given his brilliant performance with Cambuur for half a season. Of 21 appearances, he scored 8 goals and six assists. Several times his goal was selected as the best goal.
In addition, he also became one of the important pillars that brought SC Cambuur qualify for the Dutch Cup semifinals last season.