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HE WAS envied, he was feared, he was admired, but most of all he was respected. He was Datuk M. Chandran, one of the most treasured, if not the most treasured sons of Malaysian football who died on Sept 28. He was 77.
PETALING JAYA: The Football Association of Malaysia (FAM) have described the passing of national football legend Datuk M. Chandran as a major loss for Malaysian football.
PETALING JAYA: Datuk M. Chandran’s tenacity and indomitable spirit in the heart of the Malaysian football team’s defence in the 70s was a distinctive attribute of his. But not many knew that the strict disciplinarian was truly a leader with a tender heart.