Watch Thailand vs Malaysia live Streaming Today 05-12-2018 online video AFF Suzuki Cup

Watch Thailand vs Malaysia live Streaming Today 05-12-2018 online video AFF Suzuki Cup
    Watch Thailand vs Malaysia live Streaming Today 05-12-2018 online video AFF Suzuki Cup
    Watch Thailand vs Malaysia live Streaming Today 05-12-2018 online video AFF Suzuki Cup , Rajagopal is a special name in the history of Southeast Asian football. The superficial-looking coach like the old man won the SEA Games and the AFF Cup for two consecutive years. He led local clubs such as PKNS, Selangor and Kelantan, before being appointed by the Football Federation of Malaysia (FAM) as U19 coach in 2004.

    Turning to Rajagopal in July 2009, the farmer "face" was appointed by the FAM in July 2009. Rajagopal has full control over both the national team and the U23 team. Even in the first major tournament of the Sea Game 2009, Malaysia, though not highly rated, defeated the number one Thai player in the semifinals, and Vietnam was in the final. This is Malaysia's first gold medal at the SEA Games in 20 years

    At the AFF Cup in 2010, Malaysia under the leadership of Rajagopal defeated the Vietnam champions to become the new king. Rajagopal is one of the few coaches from South East Asia to reach the AFF Cup. Speaking ahead of the game in the 14th round of La Liga between Thailand and Malaysia, Rajagopal said:
    "Thailand is showing impressive form at home when it wins and scored 14 goals into the grid of opponents. Malaysia will face a lot of difficulties playing Thailand. Therefore, we will have to carefully prepare the tactics for this trip

    Malaysia should maintain the dominant position as in the first leg. 0-0 on home field is considered an advantage with coach Tan Cheng Hoe and students, AFF Cup still apply the law goalkeeper in the knock-out round. Therefore, if Malaysia scored the goal then the ability to go forward very large. I predict the match will be 1-1 and our team will be in the final "

    Probable teams:


    Thailand: Budprom; Hemviboon, Chunuonsee, Wiriyaudomsiri, Puangchan, Dechmitr, Kesarat, Sriyarngem, Jaided, Kraisorn.

    Malaysia: Farizal; Shahrul, Zafuan, Syazwan, Syahmi, Akram, Saymer, Safav, Sumareh, Adha, Talaha.

    Wael Elyamani
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