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Fans want Che Mat out.

First they protested against the ticket price of the Malaysia Cup final.

Now, they want the Terengganu FA president Che Mat Jusoh (pic) to vacate the hot seat.

Fans of the Turtles are fuming with anger after coach Irfan Bakti left Terengganu for Selangor. They blame Irfan's departure on Che Mat as reported in today's NST.

Was Irfan really unhappy with Terengganu FA? Or was it a case where Selangor were offering bigger bucks?

After all, players and coaches leaving are part and parcel of football. Who would have thought Azraai Khor Abdullah's short stint with Negri Sembilan would pay off handsomely?

I've dealt with Che Mat in the past and found him to be a quick laid back and approachable person. However, that is just a personal opinion.

But if there is indeed a management crisis, then it will be interesting to unearth what it is all about.....

HD says: I'm going to enjoy my kerepok lekor cecah sos cili Kampung Koh while watching this drama.

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  1. che mat camni pun drang nak buang..at least TFA terjaga rapi..tiap2 musim maintain top 5..bersyukur la wei..

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  2. Kepada Anon di atas - "what has been good could have been BETTER".

    The issue of Irfan leaving may have triggered it, but it's not the only reason for asking CMJ to step down. As you've said, we'll see how the drama unfolds. If this group have any past issues to unearth, you'll hear about them very very soon. Heard that they have vowed not to stop until CMJ eventually steps down (after so many years). If reporting to the MB doesn't work, they'll make sure the story's shared with the whole nation for them to be the judge, i suppose.

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  3. DHCMJ

    TOLONG BELAJAR DARI JIRAN KITA SEBELAH TU CARA DIA ORANG URUS KAFA.MCMANA NK TARIK BINTANG2 DAN IMPORT YG BENAR BERKUALITI NK JOIN PASUKAN PETEH DAN YANG LEBIH PENTING LAGI CARI PENAJA2 UNTUK KANTUNG PBSNT (TAK KN NAK HARAP BANTUAN KERAJAAN NEGERI JE) DEMI KEMAJUAN BOLASEPAK TERENGGANU.

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