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Saturday, November 17, 2018

National Team Call Up from Sabah FA (Since 2018)

National Team Call Up from Sabah FA (Since 2018)
Including Training

2018
#NamePosTeamTournamentCaps(Goals)
1
Rawilson Batuil
DFSenior
Team
Friendly1(0)
Debut vs Cambodia
10/09
2
Azzizan Nordin
MFSenior
Team
Friendly
AFF Suzuki Cup 2018
(Training Selection)
1(0)
Debut vs Cambodia
10/09
3
Evan Wensley
DFUnder 23ASIAN GAMES 2018
(Stand-By)
Newspaper Cup 2018
(Training Selection)
-
4
Ariusdius Jais
FWUnder 23Newspaper Cup 2018
(Training Selection)
-
5
Gerald Gadit
DFUnder 19AFF U-19 2018
Selected
AFC U-19 2018
(Training Selection)
-
6
Syahmil Nizam
Igbal Khan
FWUnder 19AFC U-19 2018
(Training Stand-By)
-

Notes:
1. U-21 also mentions as U-23
2. Call-up Level:
Training Stand-By -> Training Selection -> Stand-By-> Selected
3. Caps(Goals) for senior team "A" match only

Harimau 2018

Harimau 2018
NoDateVSResultScorer
122/3MongoliaD 2-2OG, Akhyar
227/3LebanonL 1-2Syafiq
31/4BhutanW 7-0Wan Zack, Zaquan(4), Irfan, Syafiq
45/7FijiW 1-0Syafiq
57/9Chinese TaipeiL 0-2-
610/9CambodiaW 3-1Shahrul Saad, Syazwan Andik, Shahrel Fikri
712/10Sri LankaW 4-1Norshahrul, Adam, Sumareh(2)
816/10KyrgyzstanL 0-1-
903/11MaldivesW 3-0Zaquan, Safawi, Sumareh
1008/11CambodiaW 1-0Norshahrul
1112/11LaosW 3-1Zaquan, Norshahrul(2)
1216/11VietnamL 0-2-
1324/11Myanmar--


#ScorersGol
1
Zaquan Adha
6
2
Norshahrul Idlan Talaha
4
3
Syafiq Ahmad
3
4
Mohamadou Sumareh
3
5
Akhyar Rashid
1
6
Wan Zack Haikal
1
7
Irfan Zakaria
1
8
Shahrul Saad
1
9
Syazwan Andik
1
10
Shahrel Fikri
1
11
Adam Nor Azlin
1
12
Safawi Rasid
1
13
Own Goal
1
#Total22

Friday, November 16, 2018

Battle for Safa Cup hots up

By FRANCIS XAVIER

 KOTA KINABALU: The Safa Cup football tournament 2018 reaches its climax when eight teams will battle it out for the top honour in the grand finals that will be happening in the state capital from November 19-24. And the stage is all set for the participating teams to strut their stuff with the conclusion of the draw that was conducted at the Sabah Football Association (Safa) office in Maksak Hall in Likas, near here yesterday, in the presence of representatives from all the participating teams. It was witnessed by Safa vice president Ismail Haji Ayub.

 Tournament director Reggie Sua @ Haffez, organising secretary Muhimian Moksin, as well as Safa executive secretary Hasbullah Yahya, were also present. The eight teams, who were all winners of their respective zones, have been drawn into two groups of four teams. When met by reporters, Ismail said the main objective of the tournament is to unearth new talent, apart from exposing young footballers to this level of competition.

 “We hope the championship will be the start of better things for the new leadership in Safa. It is also our hope that the tournament will be able to unearth hidden talents that can be roped in to represent the state in national level tournaments. “We have our scouting people in the hunt for hidden talents during all matches, including during the zone-level tournaments.

Three Sabahans for national trials

By FRANCIS XAVIER

KOTA KINABALU: Three Sabahans have been selected by national Under-21 head coach Datuk Ong Kim Swee to attend centralised training cum selection trials, which will be held at Wisma FAM in Kelana Jaya from November 29 to December 9. Kim Swee is preparing the team for the upcoming Newspaper Cup Under-21 Championship in Nah Trang City, Vietnam from December 10 to 19. 

Interestingly, the son of former Sabah hotshot Scott Ollerenshaw, Jordan Ollerenshaw, will be part of the training squad. The other two are Ariusdius Jais and Evan Wensley Wenceslaus. Both Jordon and Arius are attacking players and can be deployed on the flanks or as strikers while Evan is a defender. The trio is among the 30-man list that was published in the FA of Malaysia’s official website yesterday.

The trio caught the eyes of the national coach following their impressive display this season. Jordan, a product of the Cruizero Brazil Academy based in Phuket, Thailand, was with Johor Darul Ta’zim III featuring in the President’s Cup challenge before he went to Sydney, and played for Scott’s old club, St George City on loan (from JDT III) mid-season this year, where he scored five goals for his new outfit.

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