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Dedi Kusnandar

Dedi Kusnandar or Dado is an Indonesian footballer who plays for Persib Bandung as a central midfielder in the Liga 1. Dedi start his club career playing with Pelita Jaya FC in 2008, before moving to Arema Cronus F. C. in 2012. He played with Persebaya ISL for two years before moving to Persib Bandung in 2014. In 2016, he played in the Malaysian Premier League for Sabah FA before returned to Persib Bandung for the 2017 edition, he made his international debut on 15 May 2014, in a 1–1 draw against Dominican Republic. Dedi Kusnandar: International under-23 goals Persib U–18Winner Soeratin Cup: 2006Pelita Jaya U–21Winner Indonesia Super League U-21: 2008–09Runner–up Indonesia Super League U-21: 2009–10 Indonesia U–23SEA Games Silver Medal: 2013 Islamic Solidarity Games Silver Medal: 2013IndonesiaAFF Championship Runner-up: 2016 Indonesia Super League U-21 Best Player: 2008–09 Dedi Kusnandar at Soccerway

2001 PBA season

The 2001 PBA season was the 27th season of the Philippine Basketball Association. Emilio Bernardino, Jr. Ignatius Yenko Francisco Alejo III Jose Ma. Concepcion III During the pre-season, Tanduay made soundwaves in the PBA when they dangled Danny Ildefonso of corporate rival San Miguel Beermen a whopping 16-year, 96 million peso offersheet; the league though, nullified the said deal since it was believed that the offersheet violated the team's salary cap. Danny Ildefonso of San Miguel became the third player to win the Most Valuable Player award for two straight seasons, Ildefonso sets a record by sweeping the season's Best Player of the Conference award, his unprecedented feat started in 2000 when he emerged as the award winner in the Commissioner's and Governors' Cups, his BPC wins surpassed the three apiece won by Vergel Meneses and Alvin Patrimonio. Purefoods' Alvin Patrimonio became the first player to suit up for 500 straight games Alaska import Sean Chambers hung up his number 20 jersey after 13 years in a emotional retirement ceremony.

The corporate sale of Purefoods, including its PBA franchise, to San Miguel Corporation at the end of the year was approved by the Board of Governors, the Hotdogs became the third team under the San Miguel corporate umbrella. Paul Asi Taulava and Eric Menk, two fil-foreign players, returned to their respective ballclubs, Taulava reunited with the Phone Pals around mid-year while Menk suited up for Tanduay a little later. In a stunning move in late December, Tanduay shipped Eric Menk, Dondon Hontiveros, Bonel Balingit and Chris Cantonjos to other teams as a prelude to Tanduay's subsequent sale of its franchise to FedEx, the delivery firm, for P 75 million; the muses for the participating teams are as follows: All-Filipino Cup: San Miguel Beermen Commissioner's Cup: Batang Red Bull Thunder Governor's Cup: Sta. Lucia Realtors Team with best win-loss percentage: San Miguel Beermen Best Team of the Year: San Miguel Beermen Most Valuable Player: Danny Ildefonso Rookie of the Year: Mark Caguioa Sportsmanship Award: Rey Evangelista Most Improved Player: Noy Castillo Defensive Player of the Year: Chris Jackson Mythical Five Danny Ildefonso Danny Seigle Olsen Racela Dennis Espino Ali Peek Mythical Second Team Noy Castillo Kenneth Duremdes Nic Belasco Rudy Hatfield Davonn Harp All Defensive Team Chris Jackson Dennis Espino Marlou Aquino Rey Evangelista Patrick Fran Coach of the Year: Yeng Guiao Mr. Quality Minutes: Mark Caguioa Executive of the Year: Sonny Barios Referee of the Year: Ernie de Leon pba.inquirer.net