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Football management is no easy task as owners, fans and the media make continuous demands of you
Harimau Muda coach Ong Kim Swee may have won the SEA games and Merdeka Tournament, but he still sees room for improvement in the development of young talent.
The Malaysia Cup campaign isn't even over, but teams have already started building for next season's challenge.
After four years in the hot seat, Datuk K.Rajagopal stint with Harimau Malaya is set to end but three players will always remember his contributions to Malaysian football.
Former MK Land, Kedah and ATM striker Marlon Alex James has hung up his boots but his football journey will not end yet. He is looking forward to return to Malaysia again and help football development in this country.
The Gaffer thinks that the current crop of national players can’t emulate the efforts of the 2010 championship winning team.
Why were there not enough seats for supporters at the recent AFF Suzuki Cup final against Thailand?
With its concerted and structured programme, the National Football Development Programme looks like it could be the key to a brighter future for Malaysian football.
The Malaysian League kicks off Saturday and all eyes will surely be on the Super League, as the top teams begin their campaigns for the coveted title and a place in the AFC Champions League 2016.
Dollah Salleh feels that naturalised players will help strengthen the national side. The Gaffer, however, thinks we should stick with local players and push them to do well in the international arena.
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