| Diklat Padang|
Semen Padang F.C.
| (1970-01-02) 2 January 1970 (age 45)|
Payakumbuh, West Sumatra, Indonesia
Semen Padang (Head coach)
Semen Padang F.C. (Manager, since 2015)
Vendry Mofu, Elie Aiboy, Jhon van Beukering, Luis Manuel Blanco, Andik Vermansyah
Nil Maizar Wikipedia
Nil Maizar (born 2 January 1970 in Payakumbuh, West Sumatra, Indonesia) is a former Indonesian head coach and the current head coach of Semen Padang. He holds an Bachelor of Economics degree from Ekasakti University.
He is a former Indonesia national football team player and defender who had trained with Sparta Prague in 1990.
Nil Maizar was the head coach of Semen Padang's youth team and the assistant coach of Semen Padang for five years before appointed as the head coach in 2010.
As a manager, his quality has been proven to improve the achievement of Semen Padang. He has different touch with the players and more like as motivator. He transmuted exiles, ageing, and ordinary players be a powerful squad in one team and led the club to reach fourth position in 2010-11 Indonesia Super League, although performing as a promotion team. He led Semen Padang to gain their first title in 2011–12 Indonesian Premier League.
Following his success with the club, The Football Association of Indonesia decided to employ Nil Maizar as a senior coach for the Indonesia national football team. He was sacked in March 2013.
On 25 May 2014, he was appointed as head coach by Putra Samarinda F.C. replacing Mundari Karya. He was planned to coach Putra Samarinda for the 2015 Indonesia Super League but after the club changed ownership and name, he was replaced with Indra Sjafri on 17 December 2014.
He was signed by Semen Padang on 25 January 2015, to replace Jafri Sastra as their head coach.Semen Padang
WinnerPiala Galatama: 1992
WinnerIndonesian Premier League: 2011–12
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