| Hendro Kartiko|
Erik Erika Sintia Wati
Arema Cronus F.C.
| (1973-04-24) 24 April 1973 (age 42)|
Hendro Kartiko Wikipedia
Hendro Kartiko (born 24 April 1973 in Banyuwangi, East Java) is a retired Indonesian footballer who last played with Mitra Kukar. He normally plays as a goalkeeper and is 178 cm in height. He also played for the Indonesia national football team. His first appearance in the senior national team was in the Asian Cup 1996 for Indonesia against Kuwait, Indonesia draw 2-2, his substitution Kurnia Sandy was injured. In Asian Cup 2000 Asian people mention him "Fabian Barthez Asia", in this event Indonesia had one draw and two losses in the first round, drew 0-0 with Kuwait, loss 0-4 from China PR and loss 0-3 from South Korea. In Asian Cup 2004 he was chosen as a Man of The Match for Indonesia against Qatar, Indonesia won 2-1. He has 60 caps in the senior national team since his debut in 1996 and became one of football players in his country with the most appearances in the senior national team squad. Since 2007, he has not been chosen again as the number one goalkeeper in the senior national team. He was replaced by other younger players in Indonesia. Currently, his place in the national team is occupied by Markus Horison.
Kartiko played for Arema Malang in the 2007 AFC Champions League group stage. Now, he is goalkeeper coach on Arema Indonesia.
Liga Indonesia (1): 1999–00
Liga Indonesia (1): 2004
First Division (1): 2003
Piala Indonesia (1): 2010
Southeast Asian Games bronze medal (1): 1999
Indonesian Independence Cup (1): 2000