FAM appoints Dollah as national coach; Dollah says no info on appointment


The Football Association of Malaysia (FAM) have today confirmed the appointment of Dollah Salleh as the new head coach of the Malaysia national team.

Fresh from leading Premier League side PDRM to top-flight promotion, the Malacca-born coach, who played for the national team between 1985 and 1996, was reportedly handed a two-year contract to replicate his local football success on the international scene.

That was reported on June 28, 2014, as seen here.

Bernama reported this today:

     Meanwhile, Dollah said he had still not obtained any information from the Football Association of Malaysia (FAM) on his appointment as the new chief coach of Harimau Malaya.         
    He only got to know about the matter through several press reports today, and said the decision was made at the first FAM 2014-2018 exco meeting, chaired by FAM president Tengku Abdullah Sultan Ahmad Shah yesterday.


Am I missing something?




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  1. like father like son?

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  2. Oh dear,...The Clowning has began!

    Are we saying and showing that our current local coaches are good for the job? What makes them to come to such conclusion?
    Obviously they're convinced by the credential, nothing more....
    What about the playing ability of the players coached by all these coaches in the M League, are they good enough to warrant the coaches who coached them to become the National football team coaches. The abilities and the capabilities shown by the coaches through their coaching of the M League players only managed to produce low standard players and lacking realization as a football player.



    HSKL says; Malaysia Bolehlah, suka-suka


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