How a Malaysian female football coach thrives in a male-dominated sport


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  • Monday, 25 Oct 2021

Coach Keshika’s dream is to train football players who can represent the country at international events. Photos: Keshika Subbarao

As youth football club FC Kuala Lumpur’s only female coach with 25 male players under her wing, Keshika Subbarao, 27, has every reason to be proud of what she does.

Like her peers, Keshika ticks all the right boxes as a coach, and is respected for her positive attitude, competitiveness and focus.

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