Vingada shifts focus to HK after travel ban


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  • Friday, 29 Sep 2017

Mistimed challenge: Malaysia’s Baddrol Bakthiar sliding in with a tackle during the Asian Cup qualifiers Group B first leg against Hong Kong on Sept 6. The match ended 1-1. — Bernama

PETALING JAYA: The focus is now on Hong Kong.

National coach Eduardo Vingada has been forced to turn his attention to Hong Kong after their 2019 Asian Cup qualifiers Group B match against North Korea in Pyongyang on Oct 5 has been postponed – again.

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