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Saturday July 26, 2014 MYT 8:21:00 PM
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by k. rajan
PETALING JAYA: Former T-Team coach Mohd Azraai Khor Abdullah (pic) is open to signing a short term contract with Police for the Malaysia Cup competition.
Premier League champions Police were left in the lurch after their head coach Dollah Salleh was appointed as the national coach last month.
They are currently being trained by caretaker coach Azman Adnan who does not have an A licence to handle the squad for matches.
Azraai, who quit T-Team on Friday, has a good track record in the Malaysia Cup, winning the competition twice in 2007 and 2008 to complete the M-League treble with Kedah. The former international also had won the Malaysia Cup with Negri Sembilan in 2011.
The 62-year-old coach said he’s ready to take over Police, who are drawn with Selangor, Sime Darby and T-Team in Group D.
“Police have the materials ... they have a solid team who won promotion to Super League, it would be easier to coach them,” said the former international.
“There is only two weeks before the Malaysia Cup but Dollah had done a good job with them and a coach would just need a few days to learn about the team before coming up with a game plan.
“I know and have coached most of the players before but let’s not carried away ... I’m still a free agent now and no one have approached me.”
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