Quitting job to attend trials a good decision for Rahull - after earning call-up

PETALING JAYA: Striker Nur Rahull Hrsikesa Thaitchana Muruthi (pic) is relieved that his gamble to resign his position as a project manager to attend the national trials from March 19-30 did not leave him in the lurch.

National head coach Sarjit Singh threw a lifeline by including him in the Speedy Tigers’ squad of 30 on Monday and now has the chance of earning his first international cap if selected to play in the Sultan Azlan Cup in Ipoh from May 4-11.

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