The countdown begins!

The national team left for Hanoi yesterday as they are scheduled to play Vietnam in a friendly match tomorrow before taking on Thailand in another friendly game in Chiang Mai on Nov 7.

Malaysia coach K.Rajagobal admitted he already has his list of 22 players in mind but would still want the players to display their best during the two friendly matches before registering them for the AFF Suzuki Cup later this month.

According to Indonesia FA's (PSSI) website, Sudan is expected to play Malaysia on Nov 17.

The team from Sudan will play Indonesia earlier (on Nov 14).

Speaking about Indonesia, former Selangor hitman Bambang Pamungkas joined his team mates for their training session as he is expected to see some action in the tournament.

He was quoted by Jakarta Globe as saying;

"I came from my home to join the Indonesian national team training camp. As a professional, I hope that the Indonesian football dualism ends here.

"No more two 'national teams' and two [football] federations. I want to support the national team that is recognised by the AFF."

Meanwhile, the Philippines national team continued their training without midfielder OJ Portreria who is hospitalised after suffering dengue. The Azkals will play Singapore in a friendly match on Nov 15.

The AFF Suzuki Cup will start on Nov 24. Thailand, Myanmar, the Philippines and Vietnam form Group A while Group B consists of Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore and Laos.

HD says: More updates to come...


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