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Selangor gone soft, states want more money.

Some say Selangor were on the take right after the Red Giants lost 2-0 in the Malaysia Cup first leg semi final last night.

My take, Selangor are no longer the Giants but they have the services of Lady Luck thus far.

Even coach P.Maniam admitted their attack lack sting. Read more here.

That aside, state FAs are eager to know why aren't they getting more funds from the FA of Malaysia despite the national body having secured a good sponsorship deal early this year.

But why should FAM give states more money? Shouldn't states scout for their own money? Wouldn't the surplus be better spent on the youths?

Splurge on the youths
is the headline for From the Sidelines today.

Pic courtesy of The Malay Mail.

HD says: Sore throat, fever...what's next! Argh!

Comments

  1. SAUDARA HD

    STADIUM SHAH ALAM K2 TERBESAR DI M'SIA
    CANTIK TAPI PADANG ...... KALAU LAH PADANG
    TERSEBUT DI SSMOHD K 4 ATAU SSINS BYK LAH
    KOMENYA.

    PEMINAT SUKAN.PETEH GANU PETEH

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  2. bro, is it true that fam finan committee only met once this year? if so, how to disburs money to anyone. bayar hutang saja.

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  3. Kalau state FA nak duit geran lebih, boleh dengan syarat team negeri semua tukar jadi team kelab yang pengurusannya bebas dari pengaruh state FA. Duit geran tu cuma guna untuk state FA anjur liga negeri, daerah dan liga peringkat umur antara kelab.

    Kalau bagi bodoh je kat state FA macam sekarang mesti dibazirkan untuk ambil player tempatan dan import yang mahal atau lagi teruk masuk kocek sendiri.

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