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Post by HangPC2 on Sat Jan 18, 2014 3:03 pm

Elephants stomp off with narrow win


Published: Friday January 17, 2014 MYT 11:03:00 PM
Updated: Friday January 17, 2014 MYT 11:14:32 PM




Pahang's Matias Conti (centre) scored the solitary goal of the match against Lions XII in the curtain-raiser Charity Shield. Pahang won 1-0.


KUANTAN: Pahang started their Super League campaign with a narrow 1-0 win over Lions XII and lifted the Sultan Ahmad Shah Charity Shield after 20 years.

Substitute striker Matias Conti, who just turned 24 on Friday, celebrated by scoring the winner in the 57th minute but it was the defending champions Lions XII who stole the show with their gritty performance.

The Singaporeans, under coach Fandi Ahmad, proved that they are still a force to be reckoned with despite being without any foreigners and stalwarts Hariss Harun, Baihakki Khaizan and Shahril Ishak, who have moved on to join the Johor Darul Ta'zim (JDT) this season.

Pahang started with their best men including new towering striker Dickson Nwakaeme. But he was substituted with Argentine Conti barely 15 minutes into play after the former Kelantan striker picked up an injury.

It was Jamaican defender Damion Stewart who had the best chance of the half when he ballooned the ball from close range in the 33rd minute.


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Post by HangPC2 on Sat Jan 18, 2014 3:14 pm

Rangel gets Selangor off to winning start



Published: Saturday January 18, 2014 MYT 7:09:00 PM
Updated: Saturday January 18, 2014 MYT 7:26:57 PM



by eric samuel





Selangor's Paulo Rangel starred for his new team with two goals as they beat T-Team in their opening Super League match at the MBPJ Stadium on Saturday. - AZHAR MAHFOF/ The Star


PETALING JAYA: Brazilian striker Paulo Rangel starred with a brace in Selangor's 2-0 win over T-Team in the opening Super League match at the MBPJ Stadium in Kelana Jaya on Saturday.

The towering striker was a constant menace in the box and could have scored more goals if not for the visitor’s defensive approach, which prevented the Red Giants from getting a bigger win. Rangel’s goals came in the 64th and 71st minutes.

Selangor, who finished runner-up last season dominated the proceedings with another new Brazilian signing Junior de Souza providing the spark in the engine room.


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Post by innocentti on Wed Jan 22, 2014 10:03 pm

bola dengan cheerleading tak masok langsong.

kalau macam ni wa buleh bawak bincang lagi.

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Post by bijan on Thu Jan 23, 2014 5:04 am

innocentti wrote:bola dengan cheerleading tak masok langsong.

kalau macam ni wa buleh bawak bincang lagi.

erkkk seat depan tu banyak kosong lagi tak ??

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Malaysian Soccer Legend Wong Choon Wah Dies



KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 31 (Bernama) -- Malaysia lost another legendary football player when former national midfielder Wong Choong Wah passed away due to a heart attack Thursday morning.

The death of Wong at age 67 is all the more saddening as today is the first day of the Chinese New Year.

His contemporary Datuk Soh Chin Aun, also a household name in local and regional football, said he found out about Wong's death from Wong's wife.

He said Wong's wife said he suffered a heart attack at home in Sri Petaling here and was rushed to the Kuala Lumpur Hospital at 3 am.

"I'm very shocked, because Wong still used to send SMS greetings to me and other friends during Chinese New Year. However, this time I was a bit surprised to receive the greeting from him early yesterday," he said when contacted by Bernama here.

Soh said he was informed that for now only Wong's closest family members are allowed to pay their last respects to Wong whose body has been temporarily placed at the Kwang Tong funeral complex in Sungai Besi here.

He is expected to be laid to rest on next Monday.

Wong was one of the earliest Malaysian football players to turn professional.

He started his professional career with South China Club in Hong Kong where he played from 1972 to 1974.

He was also a member of the national football squad that competed in the Munich Olympics in Germany in 1972.

Wong was also a main pillar of the Selangor team who were difficult to beat in the local leagues in the 70s and 80s.

In his heyday, he was a midfield maestro who was highly regarded by players, coaches and officials alike.



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JDT earn shot at AFC Champions League



Published: Saturday June 28, 2014 MYT 8:04:00 PM
Updated: Saturday June 28, 2014 MYT 8:06:41 PM

by k. rajan





JDT’s Mohd Amri Yahyah (left) dribbles past Armed Forces’ Badrul Hisham. The Southern Tigers have a chance to compete in the AFC Champions League next season.



PETALING JAYA: Super League champions Johor Darul Ta’zim (JDT) will play in next season’s AFC Champions League.

The Football Association of Malaysia (FAM) confirmed on Saturday that the Southern Tigers have qualified to play in Asia’s top-tier competition. No Malaysian team have ever played in the AFC Champions League, which was first introduced by the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) in 2002.

JDT, however, have to compete in the qualifying tournament in February. If they fail to make the tournament proper, they will compete in tournament proper of the second-tier AFC Cup.

If that happens, FA Cup champions Pahang will have to play in the qualifying tournament in the AFC Cup. Previously, the Super League and FA Cup champions were given automatic slots in the AFC Cup’s tournament proper.

FAM competitions committee chairman Datuk Seri Afandi Hamzah said JDT’s inclusion in the AFC Champions League qualifying tournament was due to the AFC revamping the competition format.



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COMING from an era in the 60s when star football players were plentiful, Ibrahim Mydin may not have gotten the publicity he deserved, but he surely made his mark among players and coaches.

The Penang-born police officer, who retired with the rank of ASP and deputy OCPD of Baling in 1996 after 32 years of service, had a colourful career as a national player from 1962 to 1971.





Ibrahim with his 1962 Asian Games tracksuit.



Nicknamed “ King of Kangkang ” for his uncanny ability to outwit opponents, he was better known as Mydin than Ibrahim. He started playing at a very young age. As a Primary Two pupil, he was already playing for his school team – Datuk Keramat Malay School – where he started as a fullback.

Coming from a poor family, his football skills saw him play with clubs like Ramblers and represented Penang from 1962 to 1965. He later moved to Selangor where his midfield skills and goalscoring were his hallmark.

With Selangor, he won the Malaysia Cup thrice – 1968 (beat Penang 8-1 with S. Thanabalan scoring four goals), 1969 (beat Penang 1-0) and 1971 (replayed final against Perak, winning 3-1 after the first match ended 1-1).

Ibrahim was recommended to the police by Tan Sri P. Alagendra, who was responsible for recruiting many sportsmen and women to the force.

“ It was K. K. Pillai, father-in-law of the late Punch Gunalan, who interviewed me and I was enlisted as a probationary inspector, ” recalled Ibrahim, who turns 70 on Aug 2.


“ I was lucky to have landed the job because of football, ” said Ibrahim, who was a regular in the Merdeka tournament from 1962 to 1971.

“ In the 60s, there were so many talented players and I am glad I had the opportunity to play with the best. We also had good coaches in Choo Seng Quee, Peter Velappan, E.C. Dutton, N. Raju and Harold Hassall to name a few, ” said Ibrahim at his home in Alor Star.





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Ibrahim is married to Masitah Jamaluddin and they have three grown-up daughters. Among the players that Ibrahim played with were Stanley Gabriel, Robert and Richard Choe, Ghani Minhat, Dutton, S. Lourdes, Yee Seng Choy, Foo Fook Chuan, Kamaruddin Ahmad, W. Skinner, Majid Ariff, Ali Satar, Hoh Yuen Meng, Quah Kim See, Abdullah Nordin, Lee Kok Seng, M. Karathu, Mahat Ambu, Agus Salim, N. Thanabalan and Ho Voon Hung.

In the late 60s, Ibrahim had for company the likes of M. Chandran, Chow Chee Keong, Soo-Toh-Kim-Poh, Dali Omar, Chow Kwai Lam, Zulikilfi Norbit, Shahruddin Abdullah, Sardar Khan, Namat Abdullah and Wong Choon Wah.

He also had brushes with officialdom where he was known for being vocal about about players’ selection.

“ To me, what mattered was that the best must take the field. While most of the time my views were received well, there were times when I was victimised,” said Ibrahim.

“ There were times when I was left out from the squad and even tournaments. It was one of the reasons why I left the national team early. “ But it did not matter because I was happy with my job.

“ There were also times when I missed national call-ups because of my job. For instance, during the May 13 riots in 1969, I was posted to Campbell station (now Dang Wangi) and missed training.





The bronze medal which Ibrahim


“ Someone started a rumour that I was killed. It was only after they checked with the police that they were told that I was very much alive at the Campbell station, ” said Ibrahim.

He said he could have played longer when national coach Dettmar Crammer requested that he make a comeback in the friendly against Brazil’s Cruzerio FC in 1971. “ Peter (Velappan), who was then FA of Selangor assistant secretary, asked me to meet Dettmar at the University of Malaya field. I made my way to see him but declined to make a comeback.

“ If I had done so, I would have had a chance to make the 1972 Munich Olympics squad. But I have no regrets. I made a choice.

“ I had a good run while it lasted — playing in three Sea Games (1965, 1967 and 1969) and three Asian Games (1962, bronze medal), 1966 and 1970, Merdeka tournaments from 1962 till I retired and regional tournaments like the Jakarta Anniversary Cup, Thailand’s King’s Cup, Korea’s President’s Cup. ”

Asked about a memorable incident during his football career, Ibrahim said: “ Sadly, it is remembered not for happy reasons because I lost teammate Ng Peng Huat in the third Asian Youth Cup in Saigon in 1964, where I captained the team.

“ Coach Peter (Velappan) had given the players a day off and told us to go swimming for relaxation. Peng Huat (also a teammate with Selangor) hurt his head when diving and died.

“ It was sad, but we continued to compete in the tournament and in the third placing match, beat the Koreans 4-1. The Koreans did not want to accept the defeat and said that Peng Huat had helped us win the match. ”



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