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KLHC bullish, Malaysia Cup final ticket is RM40; tough time for Raja's boys

Much has been said about the Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB) hockey league.

And tonight KL Hockey Club will play TNB for a shot at the TNB Cup.

These are the words of KLHC coach Dharma Abdullah ahead of tonight's match;

"No doubt Faisal is a good player but that does not mean a thing as in a final what is important is that the team performs up to expectations. I believe that TNB will be a tough nut to crack even if Faisal does not play as stated by TNB."

Read more on the league's website here.

Meanwhile, the FA of Malaysia has set the price of the Malaysia Cup final ticket at RM40 for adults and RM5 for children under 12. The final will be held on Oct 20 at the Shah Alam Stadium.

K.Rajagobal's squad will have a tough time to qualify for the finals of the 2015 Asia Cup as they were drawn in Group D with Qatar, Bahrain and Yemen.

Harimau Muda coach Ong Kim Swee has selected 20 players for the up-coming VFF Newspaper Cup. The tournament is from Oct 11-21 in Vietnam.

The Malaysian team are roped in Group B together with Iraq and Indonesia. Hosts Vietnam are in Group A with Syria and Singapore.

The squad;
Farhan Abu Bakar, Izham Tarmizi Roslan, Mohamad Firdaus Muhamad, Shahrul Mohd Saad, Nazirul Naim Che Hashim, Mohamad Raphi Azizan Mariappen, Muhammad Syazwan Tajudin, Mohd Azrif Nasrulhaq Badrul Hisham, Muhammad Ariff Farhan Md Isa, D. Saarvindran, Mohd Irfan Fazail, Mohamad Fandi Othman, Mohamad Nashriq Yahya, Adam Nor Azlin, Syazuan Hazani, Muhammad Nurridzuan Abu Hassan, D. Kenny Pallraj, A. Thamil Arasu, Syahrul Azwari Ibrahim, Ahmad Hazwan Bakri.

HD says: Interesting times ahead.

Comments

  1. Bila kalah dengan Singapore masa kelayakan Piala Dunia tempohari, Rajagopal kata, itu tak penting sebab matlamat utama adalah kelayakan ke Piala Asia.

    Kita sama-sama tunggu dan lihat sahaja apa yang akan jadi nanti.

    Kamarul

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  2. Aiyoo Singapore! Don't try to take Ong Kim Swee away lah. Didn't you Singaporean read Sokernet.com? Rajagopal holds the record for best achievement as a football coach in Malaysia. I swear, as the article was written, said by Rajagopal himself. So for your best interest, take away Rajagopal lah, wei!

    Kamarul

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