Andik Vermansyah, again and again. After earned high praise when defending Persebaya at Unity Cup, Andik Vermansyah included in the team was crowned the best team U-23 Asia 2011, GOAL.com version. Andik coupled with Glasgow Celtic star, Ki Sung-Yueng and the mainstay of Sunderland, Ji Dong-Won.
Year 2011 seems to be lucky year Andik Vermansyah. Success in competition with Persebaya, Andik then summoned to the National team (national team) U-23 Indonesia. After that, he led Persebaya won Unity Cup versus Malaysia Super League Champion, Kelantan FA.
Based on the selection of teams GOAL.com Asia, Andik became the only player from Indonesia, as well as one of three players in Southeast Asia in the spotlight. Andik Coupled with the duo Malaysia, Khairul Fahmi Che Mat and Fadhli Shas.
Positioned as a left midfielder, Andik duet with Cerezo Osaka and Japan national team players Hiroshi Kiyotake in the right sector. They both support the central midfield duo, namely Celtic and South Korea star , Ki Sung-Yueng and Odil Ahmedov from wealthy Russian club's players Anzhi Makhachkala who also retainer Uzbekistan national team.
In addition to entry in the Best XI Asia 2011, GOAL.com also include Andik as the candidate best midfielder Indonesia 2011.
Here's Team best U-23 Asia 2011 version GOAL.comFormation: 4-4-2
Goalkeeper:Khairul Fahmi Che Mat (FA Kelantan, Malaysia)
Hiroki Sakai (Kashiwa Reysol, Japan)
Rhys Williams (Middlesbrough, Australia)
Fadhli Shas (A Young Tiger, Malaysia)
Ehsan Hajsafi (Sepahan / Tractor Sazi, Iran)
Hiroshi Kiyotake (Cerezo Osaka, Japan)
Ki Sung-Yueng (Celtic, South Korea)
Odil Ahmedov (Anzhi Makhachkala, Uzbekistan)
Andik Vermansyah (Persebaya, Indonesia)
Ji Dong-Won (Chunnam Dragons / Sunderland, South Korea)
Jeje Lalpekhlua (Pune FC, India)
Neil Etheridge (Philippines), M. Muzeper (China), Hong Chul (South Korea), Saad Abdul-Amir (Iraq), Seo Jung-Jin (South Korea), Karim Ansarifard (Iran), Chengdong Zhang (China)