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Kelantan fury

The Red Warriors are eager to draw first blood as that could motivate them to win the battle.

So says Kelantan coach M.Karathu would is gearing up his lads as they host Terengganu in the return leg of the Malaysia Cup quarter finals tomorrow. Terengganu won the earlier leg 3-1.

Read more here.

Terengganu fans too ought to be careful when visiting Kota Baru. They have already been warned that things could get ugly as seen here.

Scare tactics? Then again, remember their fans burning down a Black Maria?

With five red and 10 yellow cards flashed in the earlier clash, the return leg would be another exciting adventure. All the best to both teams.

HD says: Won't be surprised if Kelantan wins. What say you?

Comments

  1. Just wondering why the reporters, medias and boleggers always give a bad impression to TRW fans? Yes, agreed that there was a few cases happened before..But WHat about other team fans? Are they good enough? WHat about negri fans burnt Kelantan's flag?what about selangor fans who KILLED kelantan fans??..

    Pls be more profesional...There's a good and bad things for all either kelantan or others. Dont bias...

    Kemahkemim says: GOMO KELATE GOMO...

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  2. SAUDARA HD

    SAYA SOKONG PENDAPAT BEKAS REF KITA SUBKIDIN KAT BH HARI INI DAN SYA YG MENONTON PERLAWANAN TEMPOH HARI PERHATIKAN REF MENGENDALIKAN PLWANAN DGN BAIK ... CUMA GAME YG PANAS


    PEMINATA SUKAN

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  3. good afternoon kemahkemim,

    I had, on Bola@Mamak, said that the best fans in the world are from Kelantan.

    Perhaps many envy the loyalty of Kelantan fans =)

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  4. Haha..Thanks for that Haresh. Actually, my comment is not specificly to this entry, but overall observation.

    I can say that media is like to give more attention to the bad things by Kelantan's fans compare to good things. But, when comes to others esspecially Selangor which we called "Anak Emas FAM & Media", there is not much attention seems like nothings happened.

    Whatever it is, this is only from my view.

    kemahkemim...

    p/s: I wish Subkidin will be the ref for tomorrow...haha..but its absolutely immposible...Gomo Klate Gomo..

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