Despite the recent and long-awaited merger of Indonesia's warring football leagues into a single governing body, foreign players remain unpaid and as vulnerable to exploitation as other migrant workers. With Indonesian football in a perpetual mess due to high-level political infighting and competing governing bodies, both local and foreign players have gone unpaid, some for up to nine months, losing outstanding bonuses, and foreigners often playing without visas.

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