Never a dull moment for Adam as Sarjit keeps him on his toes


PETALING JAYA: There was little chance for Adam Ashraf Johari, the youngest player in the Speedy Tigers squad, to taste international action in a rapid pace but he was not dumped by sidelines by national head coach Sarjit Singh.

Adam is part of the team of 30 but with more experienced players in the side, the 18-year-old midfielder wasn’t considered for the Sultan Azlan Shah Cup in Ipoh last month and the Nations Cup in Poland earlier this month.

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