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Women want to be in a league of their own

Women want to be in a league of their own

24/9/2021 2:11:00 AM

Women want to be in a league of their own

PETALING JAYA: Malaysia’s women football must have a league of their own if they want to see growth in the game.

Striker Andrea Lee scored the opener in the 52nd minute while Steffi whipped in a free-kick in the 82nd minute to give Malaysia their only win. Earlier, they were thrashed 4-0 by Thailand.Only the group winners qualify for the final round which will be staged in India in January.

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Steffi said players were deprived of domestic matches which included the cancelled Tun Sharifah Rodziah Cup due to Covid-19.“With our own league, there will be a bigger pool of players to choose from for the national team,” she said.“The present squad have the potential but apart from commitment and discipline, what we need most is experience. I hope the players will continue to work hard after this tournament.

“I’m happy as my target was to score a goal. Overall we played well despite the lack of preparations.” Read more: The Star »

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