Again, within 2 days, Malaysia XI tested Manchester United in their Asian tour. Lose both matches, but Malaysian got their moral victory. Tonight, we lose 2-0 to Man Utd, better than some has expected that Malaysian XI will lose in bigger margin.
To Malaysian Football team,
Congratulations for the performance given. I have to say, it has been quite some time that I have been left impressed with our national football team’s performance. Keep it up, and hope to see you guys can give the Malaysians quality football in years to come, even better than the last two performances.
To Coach K. Rajagobal (and his coaching staff),
Keep up the good job. Wronged me and other skeptical Malaysians that the team of yours can perform quality football and start winning. I believe, as much as you do, the Malaysians want the team to be better, and bring back the glorious days of Malaysian football.
With the performance given, I supposed that FAM by now should already begun next plan in making our football better, internationally and locally. I believe that with recent news, I hope M League can be improved to get quality players for national team selection. I also believe that FAM have to work hand in hand with the state and club teams on the difficulties faced, especially on the financial management.
To Khairy’s supporters,
For the last two performances, I believe the players, coach and fans on the stand due more credit. Yes, you may say Khairy also giving his support, and so do other FAM management staff. And as my reply to Chairman Kaga, Khairy did let go his responsibilty to manage the team to other person.
Don’t get me wrong. I just do not understand why when success is achieved, Khairy being glorified, but when failed, someone else got the boot.
To Hj Mahfuz and other politicians (be it Barisan or Pakatan),
Do not make this football match to be political. I don’t see any statements made by Barisan leaders relate the performance of Malaysian XI to Barisan or whatsoever. Even Khairy himself, as part of FAM Management, do not make such remarks to politics. Stop politicizing all matters in this country. Day by day, more are getting tired to hear political rethorics.
Hopes on the street: Malaysian football continue to prosper…There’s a long way to go, Malaysian XI…As the title suggest, DO NOT STOP, Malaysian Football team!!!