Harimau Malaya to strengthen and learn from mistakes ahead of Hong Kong clash, says defender Ahmad Khuzaimi

30/5/2022 5:33:00 PM

Harimau Malaya to strengthen and learn from mistakes ahead of Hong Kong clash, says defender Ahmad Khuzaimi

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Harimau Malaya to strengthen and learn from mistakes ahead of Hong Kong clash, says defender Ahmad Khuzaimi

PETALING JAYA, May 30 — The Harimau Malaya are working hard to strengthen and correct their mistakes and weaknesses ahead of the Tier 1 international friendly match against Hong...

Monday, 30 May 2022 9:33 PM MYTPETALING JAYA, May 30 — The Harimau Malaya are working hard to strengthen and correct their mistakes and weaknesses ahead of the Tier 1 international friendly match against Hong Kong on Wednesday (June 1).Defender Ahmad Khuzaimi Piee, 29, said it was important to avoid the mistakes made against Brunei last Friday (May 27) in the next game, which comes just before the 2023 Asian Cup Qualifiers scheduled from June 8 to 14.

“Every mistake made during the first friendly against Brunei needs to be corrected. First of all, we are trying to get a better understanding of the combinations (of players) that coach Kim Pan Gon has placed, God willing we will do our best.“There is not much time for the Asian Cup Qualifiers, so whatever the coaches plan, we will try to make it happen and strive so that all the fans know that we are not being complacent in the qualifiers,” he said when met during a training session at Wisma FAM here today.

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Monday, 30 May 2022 9:33 PM MYT PETALING JAYA, May 30 — The Harimau Malaya are working hard to strengthen and correct their mistakes and weaknesses ahead of the Tier 1 international friendly match against Hong Kong on Wednesday (June 1). Defender Ahmad Khuzaimi Piee, 29, said it was important to avoid the mistakes made against Brunei last Friday (May 27) in the next game, which comes just before the 2023 Asian Cup Qualifiers scheduled from June 8 to 14. Since Beijing imposed a sweeping national security law in 2020 to snuff out pro-democracy demonstrations, once-packed candlelit vigils have been banned, a Tiananmen museum has been forced to close, and statues have been pulled down. “Every mistake made during the first friendly against Brunei needs to be corrected. First of all, we are trying to get a better understanding of the combinations (of players) that coach Kim Pan Gon has placed, God willing we will do our best. But this year, they too have been cancelled over fears of falling foul of Hong Kong authorities. “There is not much time for the Asian Cup Qualifiers, so whatever the coaches plan, we will try to make it happen and strive so that all the fans know that we are not being complacent in the qualifiers,” he said when met during a training session at Wisma FAM here today. The government's latest announcement also included an easing of the flight-suspension mechanism for carriers that bring in a certain number of people who test positive on arrival.

Earlier, Pan Gon stated that despite the 4-0 win over Brunei, his side’s performance at the Bukit Jalil National Stadium could have been better. “Our bottom line is that we don’t want to breach any law in Hong Kong,” he told AFP. Ahmad Khuzaimi admitted that it was difficult for the players to ensure that no mistakes were made during a match, but said that mistakes should be something for the team to learn from and move forward. The Negri Sembilan FC player said he also had no problem playing in a back-three or back-four formation, as he had experience in both situations. Decades erased in months Discussion of the 1989 crackdown is all but forbidden in mainland China. Meanwhile, Ahmad Khuzaimi said all players should be ready to go onto the pitch on the day of the match as the starting line-up was only announced by Pan Gon when they were in the locker room. “So we all have to be prepared, because the coach believes in all the players. In the space of months, decades of commemoration have been wiped out as authorities wield the law to refashion Hong Kong in Beijing’s authoritarian image. No new deaths were recorded, the officials said at a briefing.

Whoever plays, we will all do our best, regardless of whether we are in the first eleven or as substitutes,” he explained. After the match against Hong Kong, the Harimau Malaya will begin their Asian Cup qualifying campaign in Group E against Turkmenistan on June 8, followed by Bahrain (June 11) and Bangladesh (June 14). Last September, its leaders were arrested, their June 4 Museum was shuttered after a police raid, and digital records of the crackdown were deleted overnight under a police order to close the group’s website and social media accounts. — Bernama Advertisement .