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Felda wary of wounded Kelantan

Posted: 07 Apr 2011 10:10 AM PDT


 T-Team’s  Mohd Haris Safwan Md Kamal (left)  vies with Kelantan’s S. Chanthuru in their  Super League match on Tuesday.  T-Team won 4-3.

T-Team's Mohd Haris Safwan Md Kamal (left) vies with Kelantan's S. Chanthuru in their Super League match on Tuesday. T-Team won 4-3.

FELDA United FC are bracing themselves for a Kelantan backlash when the teams meet in a Super League match at Sultan Mohamad (IV) Stadium in Kota Baru tomorrow.

Coach E. Elavarasan said it's not the most ideal time to face the Malaysia Cup champions after they lost top spot in the table following their loss to T-Team on Tuesday.

"They are now like a wounded tiger and will do everything to rebound from the unexpected loss in Kuala Terengganu," said Elavarasan.


"Our job is much harder now as Kelantan are unlikely to make many mistakes. Also, their fans will not allow them to take things easy." Elavarasan's team are more than familiar with Kelantan having played each other in the two-leg FA Cup quarter-finals last month.

"Both legs were played in Kota Baru as our stadium in Cheras was not available, and while we managed to hold them 1-1 in the first leg, we were beaten 3-0 in the second game.

"It will be nice if we can exact revenge on them, just like T-Team did, but it will not be easy as we are playing in Kota Baru again," added the coach.


Kelantan coach M. Karathu said the team had learned a few important lessons in the last defeat.

"It's always costly to make mistakes and we did make quite a number against T-Team, especially in the first half.

"But I am proud of the way my boys responded from being three goals down to almost salvaging something from the match, so they should be in the mood to crush Felda United on Saturday (tomorrow)," he said. -- ZAINUDDIN MUHAMMAD

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Historic match in store for Liverpool fans

Posted: 07 Apr 2011 08:13 AM PDT

ENGLISH football giants Liverpool will play in Malaysia this summer.

Title sponsored by Standard Chartered Bank, the match will be a piece of football history as this is the first time Liverpool will be stepping on Malaysian soil and it is sure to create excitement as the Reds have a massive fan base in Malaysia.

Organised by the FA of Malaysia, the event is promoted by ProEvents International Sdn Bhd.


"Even if you are not a supporter of Liverpool FC, I am sure football fans will come and watch our team play against one of the greatest football clubs in the world.

"I am sure you would want to see this team live in action in Malaysia," said FAM deputy president Tengku Abdullah Sultan Ahmad Shah.


"We would like to thank ProEvents for making the historical match possible.

"This creates an excellent opportunity for national coach K. Rajagobal to challenge his players and perhaps to use it as part of his preparation for the Sea Games and the World Cup qualifiers," added Tengku Abdullah.

"Liverpool are delighted to be coming to Malaysia.

"It will be a historic visit to this beautiful country and we are very pleased to be able to give the huge number of Liverpool supporters in Malaysia the opportunity of seeing their heroes in action," said the club's managing director Ian Ayre, who lived in Malaysia before joining LFC.

Match details, including ticket pricing, will be announced soon.

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