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Forget about Europe lah

Before we continue with the debate of Malaysians playing in Europe, Foul! would like to extend our sincere condolences to Khairul Fahmi Che Mat and his family after his younger brother Amirul Izzat passed away yesterday.

Back to business.

Stanley Bernard Samuel is not an import player - as once published by a local daily.

He is a Puchong lad who started honing his football skills at the KLFA Academy and sent on to play for the city team followed by the now defunct MyTeam.

He then tried his luck and got a place with India's Sporting Clube de Goa. Some people claim the standards in India is not great after all but do remember their national team managed a 1-1 draw followed by a 3-2 win against K.Rajagobal's lads recently.

And Stanley has called on his fellow peers to forget about Europe and start conquering Asia instead. Look at the Middle Eastern teams, Japan and Korea.

Read more in today's Mailsport.

HD says: KL will play Armed Forces in a friendly match at the KLFA Academy in Taman Melati this evening (4.30pm).

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  1. friend, time for klfa to get a new president. the present may be a good man, but we need better than good to make sacrifices and also to bring changes to the national side. now they all play games, supporting each other in the destruction of game. vietnam, india, singapore have all privatise their leagues but we here stuggle because some do not want the ticket sales to be audited. you know why?

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  2. anon above..and gave it to whom?the current incumbent sacrificed a lot..

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