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Nothing in black and white?

UPDATE 10.50am: FAM makes a statement regarding an apparent "plot against Rajagobal".



Kenyataan kononnya wujud konspirasi dalaman FAM untuk mengugurkan Ketua Jurulatih Pasukan Kebangsaan YBhg Datuk K.Rajagobal. Dengan ini FAM ingin menjelaskan Laporan beberapa media tempatan berhubung perkara ini.
Di dalam wawancara minggu lalu yang dihadiri oleh 3 orang wartawan dari akhbar berbahasa Inggeris, Setiausaha Agung FAM di ajukan soalan samada wujudnya konspirasi dalaman FAM untuk menggugurkan YBhg Datuk K.Rajagobal. Jawapan spontan Setiausaha Agung adalah didalam semua isu segala kemungkinan tidak boleh di ketepikan. Dukacitanya jawapan ini dipetik sebagai kenyataan utama yang di siarkan didalam akhbar.
Sehubungan dengan itu FAM ingin memperjelaskan bahawa kenyataan Setiausaha Agung itu disalah ertikan. Dengan ini FAM ingin menyatakan bahawa TIDAK ada sebarang konspirasi dalaman sebagaimana yang dilaporkan.


An announcement was made. Newspapers splashed it all over the front and back pages. It was the talk of town for days.

But apparently national coach K.Rajagobal has not received anything in black and white about any Article 88 violation. Thus, it is business as usual for him.

Read more in The Malay Mail today.

HD says: Hmm....


  1. Judin (the Hon Sec) and his boss (the Prince) love Rajagopal so much...he he

  2. Why bother black or white when Malaysian football will always remain in the "dark."
    We can ponder and talk to a great length about Malaysian football but nothing will change to bring about success. We can be very sure of not achieving anything at all in this deceiving nation.
    New approaches are needed socially and politically to reform and transform this nation to stand a chance and be counted.

    The role by the society is very crucial to make the changes, starting with the people on top and so called nation builders.

    Lets think about it??


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