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Malaysia gets the boot

UPDATE 1.51pm:
1. Singaporeans were dropping easily everywhere. But not according to their coach Raddy.

2. Safee Sali apologies to the fans - says defenders mistake was costly for the team.

3. National coach Rajagobal says the fair result would be if the Malaysians won.

4. FA of Malaysia acknowledged receiving letter of complaint from Chelsea FC but refuse to issue statement.

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Malaysia drew 1-1 with Singapore in the Round 2 (return leg) pre-World Cup match at Bukit Jalil.

Singapore advance with a 6-4 aggregate.

Fans, including those with RM50 tickets, were seen standing at the stairs as there was no place to sit. Others sat in the Media box.

Some had to park along the highway. Most were issued summons.

The fans came in full force.

But it wasn't an ending they hoped for.

National coach K.Rajagobal insisted the main target is the 2015 Asian Cup.

He also said that if Fernando Torres is finding difficulties scoring goals, what more our players.

HD says: No comment. You be the judge.

Comments

  1. no more RAJAGOPAL ...please

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  2. we are not good enough and did not have enough depth, our frailties in defending high cross or bouncing over balls is exposed

    The crowd came in full force some even sat on the terrace and supported the team heart and soul

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  3. we know he's not perfect. and his judgement towards players are realllyyyy bizarre. Fakri Saarani IN? where's Badrul Bakhtiar or Ashaari Shamsuddin? You do the math.

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  4. Dear Anonymous,

    As a fellow Anon, I think it would be more respectable if you could name the replacement to Datuk Rajagobal, instead of merely suggesting him out.

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  5. for me last night game was totally disaster for our national squad..our defends and our center are not doing well at passing and controlling..

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  6. pity safee had to work his magid without much hep from midfielder..or other striker. DRG had to find the right formula to create the formidable attacking force. anyway kudos to the fan whose cheers till the end

    kerisman

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  7. HANNIBAL KING

    SAYA SOKONG PENDAPAT ANDA,BADRUL DAN ASHARI TU KREATIF DAN SERING MENJARINGKAN GOL DAN PENGALAMAN PERINGKAT ANTARABANGSA.90RIBU CRWOD KCEWA PERSEMBAHAN MEREKA, WALAUPUN MEREKA INI DI KATAKAN PEMAIN KE 12 TAK CUKUP MEMBANTU NK BUAT MCMANA.....

    PEMINAT SUKAN

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