Kim Swee ganti Raja? FAM halang sidang media?

Bola, oh bola...

1. Ong Kim Swee ada dicadangkan menggantikan Datuk K Rajagobal bagi mengendalikan skuad Harimau Malaya menghadapi baki aksi Kelayakan Piala Asia bertemu Bahrain dan Qatar. - Berita Harian

2. Hasrat penyerang Johor Darul Takzim, Norshahrul Idlan Talaha untuk menjelaskan kedudukan sebenar mengenai dakwaan tuntutan hutang peribadi oleh Persatuan Bola Sepak Kelantan (KAFA), terhalang gara-gara arahan pegawai tertentu Persatuan Bola Sepak Malaysia (FAM), semalam. - Utusan

3. Tan Sri Annuar Musa menegaskan Persatuan Bola Sepak Malaysia (FAM) sepatutnya sudah lama menilai kedudukan Datuk K Rajagobal selaku ketua jurulatih Hari mau Malaya kerana berpendapat sekarang bukan masa terbaik melucutkan jawatan pengendali itu. - Berita Harian

4. Jurulatih Sarawak Robert Alberts mengakui berminat untuk membimbing skuad Harimau Malaya jika diberikan peluang menggantikan Datuk K. Rajagobal. - Kosmo

HD says: Tiba-tiba ramai nak jadi jurulatih negara. Fuh....

Comments

  1. Dapat gaji besar siapa yang tak mahu

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  2. Dapat gaji besar dan mudah dapat 'datuk sinking ship' pun mudah. Menang aje pertandingan2 low class nanti ada yang rekomen untuk pingat..

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  3. If FAM want to look at local coach, OKS seems to be the most logical. But, who's taking over harimau muda? Personally, I think we should let OKS to continue with his harimau Muda Project, which is currently doing very well and get foreigner as senior team head coach. Holland and Germany have been producing very good coaches.

    Pak Nik

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  4. What can you expect from a coach who was quoted saying "Ranking is not important" . Rajagobal is a better PR man than a football coach. - Mohamad

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  5. What differences can OKS, bring about when harimau muda team under his charge was rottenly beaten by some university students in the recently held games in Kazan?

    How humiliating for OKS, to even think of becoming the national no. 1 coach. Handling a team at national level but failed miserably against teams made of university students, how humiliating one can be?

    None of the current local coaches are up to the mark. Just look at the standard of footballing being ditched out under them. They seems to be very satisfied and puas hati quickly with poor standard performance.


    My best bet will be Roberts Alberts.

    HSKL says: "It's still a circus out there "

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  6. The same people who were celebrating after AFF Cup and Sea Games victory, now have turned the back. When a public holiday is given for a low ranked tournament, it shows how starved we are for success. Winning AFF and Sea Games does not make us Asian class. It is a long road. And look at the quality of the team. Address the problem where it matters - the grassroots! The world's best coach cannot transform the current team to world beaters overnight. And OKS? Many who do not know football or know history will say a whole lot of things. OKS will also face the same situation like KR in a matter of time. And Robert Alberts? Has not done enough damage to Malaysian soccer with his "road map for Malaysian soccer" when he was TD. Brought down Malaysia's rankings! Now he wants to come just because he has steered Sarawak from Premier League to Super league. Remember 'Free" equipment and when Robert came to Kedah?

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    1. We need a coach who could build a team with strong defending ability first (principles of defending must be understood well by the players before anything else) Roberts Alberts showed that during his time wt Kedah.
      We need to strengthen the ability to defence well before we can even think about doing well up-front.- for these reasons, Roberts Alberts, have it in him.

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