Cheng Hoe fancies bigger crowds to get ball rolling again


PETALING JAYA: There’s not much of a spectacle when there are no spectators. And the just concluded Super League season could have done with bigger attendances at the stadiums.

National coach Tan Cheng Hoe believes the games would have been more competitive if more fans were allowed at the venues.

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