Asnawi Mangkualam after signing a contract with Ansan Greeners FC.
BOLASPORT.COM – Reportedly, the South Korean League or K-League 2021 season will air in Indonesia, and will broadcast every match of Asnawi Mangkualam and Ansan Greeners.
The South Korean League or K-League will reportedly begin broadcasting in Indonesia.
This news was released by South Korean journalist Steve Han via his Twitter account.
According to him, this is because one of the K-League 2 contestants Ansan Greeners has recruited an Indonesian player, Asnawi Mangkualam.
Steve Han said that the Indonesian television channel, TSB (Total Sports Blast) had bought the K-League broadcast rights for the 2021 season.
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“The subscription television network Total Sports Blast (TSB) recently purchased the K-League broadcast rights for the 2021 season,” he wrote.
“TSB plans to broadcast every Ansan Greeners match throughout 2021 after Ansan Greeners brings in Indonesian right-back Asnawi Mangkualam,” he added.
TSB itself is a subscription television channel in Indonesia that specifically broadcasts sports from various parts of the world.
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