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Attacking midfielder Indra Putra Mahayuddin is the first choice in the national Under-23 side but he will not get to start for Premier I defending champions Perak in the FA Cup second round first-leg match against Selangor Public Bank at the Perak Stadium here tonight.
The 6-0 rout over Malacca in a Premier I match last Saturday has convinced Kedah coach Jorgen Larsen not to depend on his main strikers anymore.
The Ong Ewe Hock-led band of shuttlers have emerged a real threat to those in the national team. And the competition they will provide is seen as a positive sign for the better of the sport in the sport in the country.
In a drastic move to stop the plunge in their soccer fortunes, Premier I's Malacca have rested coach Mohd Shah Norbit and accepted the resignation of Iranian trainer Bahman Foroutan.
Players and officials of the Malacca Premier I football team will know their fate today following promise of tough actions by the state FA president and team manager Datuk Ibrahim Durum who chaired the two-and-half-hour emergency meeting Sunday.
Former national number one Choong Tan Fook-Lee Wan Wah are back on the winning track in the local circuit, ending a two-year drought by winning the Selangor Open badminton men's doubles title Sunday.
Midfielder R. Suresh Kumar's 73rd minute winner ensured Penang maintained their 100% Premier I home record with a 2-1 victory over Sarawak at the State Stadium here last night.
Kedah piled on the misery for Malacca, who had been drubbed 5-0 by Selangor and eliminated from the FA Cup by MPPJ, when they whipped their hosts 6-0 in a Premier I match at the Hang Tuah Stadium here last night.
Johor FC skipper Zami Mohd Noor believes his new team are finally on the verge of a turnaround. After three defeats in as many matches on the road, Johor FC play their first home match against Kelantan tonight in a Premier I game at the Pasir Gudang Football Stadium in a #8220;battle of the win-less.#8221;
Just a day after being named in the national team to the World Championships, Lee Tsuen Seng came down with a thump when he was sent packing in the opening round of the Selangor Open, which saw several other Badminton Association of Malaysia (BAM) players falling by the wayside as well.