Harimau Malaya coaches ignore criticism

Dollah Salleh as the new coach of the Harimau Malaya refused to serve the whims of some people who questioned the appointment of three assistant in Harimau Malaya.


Dollah prefers silence to focus on strategies for forming the Harimau Malaya team towards the AFF Suzuki Cup 2014 to be held in November.




"I chose assistant coach also wants to be an issue. Former coach was appointed an individual who is not a former state and national levels, why not questioned?" He said yesterday.


Glasgow Commonwealth Games 2014 day 6 : Malaysia had climbed to 9


On the 6th day of the Glasgow Commonwealth Games 2014, the Malaysian team managed to add two more gold medals and 1 more silver medal. 


In the Women's Squash, Datuk Nicol Ann David produced Malaysia's second gold when she beat Laura Massaro of England with a straight-set 3-0 (12-10, 11-2, 11-5). 

Present the country's third gold was in Badminton Mixed Team event, when Malaysia defeated England 3-1. 


England's first managed to get the first point in mixed doubles by Chris Adcock-Gabrielie Adcock beat Chan Peng Soon-Lai Pei Jing 21-14, 26-28. 

Chong Wei Feng beat Ouseph Rajic 21-19-21, 21-19 to tied England 1-1. 


The second point of the country contributed by the men's doubles, Tan Wee Kiong-Goh V Shem beat Chris Cock-Andrew Ellis 21-19, 21-17. 

And the Malaysian team sealed victory 3-1 through women's singles player Tee Jing Yee, who beat Sarah Walker 21-16, 21-17.  The bronze medal was won by India, who beat Singapore 3-2.


Malaysia's silver medal has produced through men's pairs lawn bowls lined by Fairul Izwan Abd Muin and Hizlee Muhammad Abdul Rais. Scotland won the gold medal with the final score of 20-3. The bronze medal was won by the team of England.

The following is the latest standing of Malaysia in Glasgow Commonwealth Games 2014.


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Glasgow Commonwealth Games 2014 Day 5 : More medals for Malaysia


Women's Table Tennis   
Singapore, which is labeled as 'Second China' easily won the gold medal while Malaysia had to be satisfied with the silver medal. The bronze medal was won by Australia, who beat India 3-1.  

Malaysia lined by Beh Lee Wei, Ying Ho, Lee Rou You and Ng Sock Khim. 



Badminton 
In Badminton Mixed Team Event, Malaysia stepped into the final stage. Defending champions Malaysia beat Singapore 3-2.  

Waiting for Malaysia in the final stage either India or England who are competing in the semifinals.   


Lawn Bowls   
In the final event of the Women's Four, Malaysia had to conform to the greatness of South Africa. Malaysia lost 9-14 to the silver medal position. The bronze medal was won by New Zealand.

Malaysian athletes lined by Azlina Arshad, Nur Fidrah Noh, Nor Hashimah Ismail and Emma Firyana Saroji



Women Squash
 
Datuk Nicol Ann David has stepped into final when easily defeating Joelle Kelly from New Zealand in straight sets 3-0 (11-6,11-8, 11-5).

Cycling  
In the Women's Sprint, Fatihah Mustafa was failed to gain bronze after lost to Jess Varnish 2-0. Gold and Silver medals won by Australians, Anna Meares and Stephanie Morton  

In the Men's Keirin, Azizulhasni Awang going to the finals when he won first place Heat 1 of semifinals. While Joshua Ng had satisfied the fifth place. 


Women's Hockey (Pool B)
MAS vs ENG  0-5.


The following is the latest standing of Malaysia in Glasgow Commonwealth Games 2014 :-

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Glasgow Commonwealth Games 2014 : Malaysia latest result and standing

Mohd Mansor Hafifi successfully produced the country's first gold medal in the men's weightlifting 69 kg. The silver medal was won by Yinka Ayenuwa of Nigeria and bronze medals were won by Omkar Otari from India.

Squash
World number one Datuk Nicol Ann David stepped into the semi-finals when she beat England's Jenny Duncalf 3-1. (11-9, 11-7, 5-11, 11-4).


Rugby 7 side
In the first match, Malaysia lost to Wales 52-0. Next Malaysia lost to Papua New Guinea 36-7.

Gymnastics Rhythmic
Wong Poh San donate a silver medal in the Individual Ribbon and a bronze medal in the Individual Hoop.

Shooting
In the women's 10m air rifle final, Nursuriani Mohamed Taibi managed to get a bronze medal. While gold and silver medals won by participants from India, Apurvi Chandela and Ayonika Paul.


Badminton
In badminton women's mixed, Malaysia beat Sri Lanka 5-0.

Men's Hockey
Malaysia beat Canada 2-0


Table Tennis Women's Team
Malaysia stepped into final after beating Australia 3-1 in the semifinals. Before that Malaysia beat England 3-1 in the quarter-finals.

Malaysia will meet Singapore in the final. Singapore's semi-final defeat India 3-1


The following are contributors to malaysia medal until day 3 of the Glasgow Commonwealth Games 2014 :-

Gold Medalist :-
1. Mohd Hafifi Mansor (Men's 69kg Group A)

Silver Medalists :-
1. Zulhelmi Md Pisol (Weightlifting-Men's 56kg)
2. Wong Poh San (Gymnastics Rhythmic-Individual Ribbon)

Bronze Medalists :-
1. Amy Dict Weng Kwan, Fatin Zakirah Zain Jalany & Wong Poh San (Gymnastics Rhythmic-Team All-Around)
2. Wong Poh San (Gymnastics Rhythmic-Individual Hoop)
3. Nur Suryani Mohamed Taibi (Women 10m Air Rifle)


Here is the latest Malaysia latest standing of day 3 Glasgow Commonwealth Games 2014:-




Brief news from Glasgow Commonwealth Games 20th



Squash
Nicol will meet Jenny in the quarter-finals

World number one squash player Datuk Nicol Ann David booked a quarter-final slot when easily beat Megan Craig  from New Zealand in straight sets 11-7, 11-6, 11-5 in 26 minutes at Scotstoun Squash Centre yesterday.


He will meet Jenny Duncalf of England, who beat Sam Cornett of Canada 11-4, 11-5 and 11-7.
While in the men squash, Mohd Nafiizwan Mohd Adnan has lost to Peter Barker of England, 7-11, 6-11 and 3-11.


Cycling
'The pocket rocket man', Malaysia track sprint cyclist, Mohd Azizul Awang failed to semi-finals after winning only one race against Sam Webster, riders from New Zealand. In this event, need at least two wins to move into the semi-finals.



Ping-pong

Malaysia managed to Jamaica 3-0 in the women's team event at Scotstoun Sports Campus. Malaysia lined by Ho Yin as a player first single defeated Shenique Clare, 14-12, 11-7 and 11-5, followed by Lee Rou You beat Yvonnw Foster, 6-11, 11-6 and 11-7. Next followed by Malaysia's top women's doubles pair, Beh Lee Wei and Rou You won over Dadrian Shenique and Clare Lewis, 11-4, 11-5 and 11-7.


Before that, the Malaysia women's table tennis team beat Papua New Guinea 3-0 and Canada 3-2
With Malaysia is in the top spot in group 6.


Swimming
Chui Lai Kwan managed to improve his best performance in the 50m freestyle swimming event when recording 26.00 seconds to qualify for the semi-finals. This is a new record. But in the semi-finals, he only recorded 26.10 seconds.

Malaysia ranking on day 2


Mohd Zulhelmi Pisol invigorate the Malaysian contingent after the country's first medal in the event of weightlifting after a surprise swelled lift of 56 kg category by winning the silver medal.

Zulhelmi success got the attention of the Prime Minister congratulated him on his success.


Zulhelmi Pisol from Penang managed to make the armed snatch 108 kg and clean and jerk, weighing 137 kg. While the gold and bronze medals won by participants from India.




Malaysia added another medal collection in gymnastics rhythmic team event won by Amy Kwan Dict Weng, Fatin Zakirah Jalany Zain and Wong Poh San. They have won the first bronze medal for the country.


The following is the latest Malaysia standing medals after day 2.



Malaysian Women's Hockey Team show the actual ability

The national women's hockey team proved that they are no longer whipping girls after meeting Australia yesterday. Despite losing 0-4, Mohd Nasihin Nubli satisfied with the increase in young girl who give excellent resistance to the world's top teams.

Next Malaysian Women's Hockey Team will meet Scotland tomorrow. 


Badminton remain outstanding without Chong Wei



Malaysia come as the defending champions start the game with the right steps when beating Barbados 5-0.

Malaysia was represented by Chong Wei Feng, Koo Kien Keat-Tan Boon Heong, Kient Keat-Chin Eei Hui, Chan Peng Soon-Lai Pei Jing and Tan Wee Kiong-Goh V Shem.

New Harimau Malaya kick off soon

Harimau Malaya initiated steps to a friendly match against Tajikistan in Central Stadium, Dushanbe on August 8. This is the first game under the operating Dollah Salleh preparation for the AFF Suzuki Cup 2014 to be held in November.

In this year, the Harimau Malaya has only one competitive match to meet Yemen Asian Cup qualifier in March 2015 and met twice Philippines friendly matches.

The fact of the Harimau Malaya has the important task to be carried out in November and a staunch supporter of the Harimau Malaya hope it can be realized through the appointment of Tengku Abdullah, as the new President of FAM.
Under the guidance of new coach Dollah Salleh said to have a 'golden touch' with the teams in Malaysia, FAM believe Dollah capabilities to bring back the cup to our country.
In a period of about 3 months before the competition, Dollah need to restore retrust of fan of Harimau Malaya and FAM.
Friendly match with Tajikistan will determine the direction of the national team. FAM believe Dollah able to prove his credibility and subsequent Suzuki Cup AFF Cup starting this November.
By keeping a few old faces, Dollah believes his players can return the AFF Suzuki Cup 2014 to its fans. However, the strength of the team lies in the hands of the players themselves. Among Khairul Fahmi  Che Mat (Apek), Fadhli Shas, Amri Yahya, Mahali Jasuli, Rahim, Norshahrul Idlan Talaha, Safee Sali and Safiq Rahim.
A total of 23 players have been called up for national training and Dollah will call some under-23 players after the Asian Cup in Incheon, South Korea, which will take place this September.

We can get more than 7 medals : Khairy

Youth and Sports Minister, Khairy Jamaluddin expressed his confidence to the athletes who competed at the Commonwealth Games 2014 starts tomorrow with a gold target of more than 7 medals. This is because the spirit and commitment shown by the athletes during training and  very encouraging development.


He added that, if we can overcome it, it is a bonus for the country, he said during a visit breaking fast ceremony with the national contingent in the Games Village here yesterday. Malaysia with the participation of 179 athletes, 104 men and 75 wome n participated in 14 out of 17 events


In the event of the Commonwealth Games 2014, Malaysia will participate in athletics, aquatics (swimming and diving), badminton, squash, boxing, weightlifting, rhythmic gymnastics, judo, lawn bowls, hockey, cycling, rugby, shooting and table tennis.


Khairy express satisfaction with the accommodation of athletes at the Games Village as well as athletes training went well and smooth it.


With participation in the sports commonwealth, he hopes that all athletes in earnest to the country's medal hunt.


"I wish to compete for them but some of them had fasting and feasting in tennis tournaments later, believe this is a great sacrifice for their country," he said.

10 best in the world competed in Commonwealth Games 2014

Commonwealth Games 2014  will begin on July 24 and will end on August 4, 2014 in Glasgow, Scotland.


But the sight of the world's best participants will see competition this time lined by new faces who will compete on the world's best players at the moment in various events.

Here are 10 best participants of the world in a variety of events that will be competed in the games world's second largest athletics later.


1 Usain Bolt - JAM - Athletics
2 David Rudisha - KEN - Athletics
3 Mohammed Farah - GBR - Athletics
4 Sally Pearson - AUS - Athletics
5 DJ Forbes - NZL - Rugby Sevens
6 Nicola Adams - GBR - Boxing
7 Alicia Coutts - AUS - Swimming
8 Nicol David - MAS - Squash
9 Anna Meares - AUS - Cycling
10. Bradley Wiggins - GBR - Cycling



Apart from Datuk Nicol Ann David, actually there is another Malaysian and the Badminton world No.1, Datuk Lee Chong Wei who had to forget the desire to participate in the tournament due to a thigh muscle injury.

National track cyclist, Fatihah Mustapa national track cyclist will replace Datuk Lee Chong Wei, as the flag bearer at the Commonwealth Games 2014 in Glasgow.



Head of the Malaysian contingent to the Commonwealth Games 2014, Datuk Ong Poh Eng believes that Malaysia can achieve its target of 7 gold medals. This is due to the withdrawal of Datuk Lee Chong Wei and many events contested are not accompanied by the participants of our country at the Commonwealth Games in 2014's.

Latest Malaysia world football ranking


Here is the latest (July 2014) based on the FIFA world soccer rankings for the countries of Southeast Asia.


Malaysia or Harimau Malaya is ranked 151 in the world while Indonesia ranked 153, Singapore 154, Thailand 156.


Cambodia ranked 200 making it the country occupying the bottom compared to other Southeast Asian countries.

Philippines ranked 128 followed by Vietnam on world 129.


Dollah Salleh appointed as new coach of Harimau Malaya


Dollah Salleh was officially appointed as coach of the Harimau Malaya from June 28 recently. He undertake the task of replacing Datuk K. Rajagopal who completed his contract in December last year.


The goal now is Suzuki Cup 2014 hosted by Vietnam and Singapore in coming November. In a few months to go, of course will cause some anxiety to the squad Harimau Malaya subsequent impact on the team's preparation and coaching that will be applied by Dollah Salleh later.




Dollah Salleh 50, selection as national coach received positive response from the Minister of Youth and Sports Khairy Jamaluddin Abu Bakar and consider the decision of the Football Association of Malaysia (FAM) is accurate.



Dollah also previously led Selangor MPPJ Selangor and Pahang emerged champions Malaysia.2013 Cup. Once again proven ability Dollah recently for bringing Team "Royal Malaysia Police (RMP)" appears next Premier League champions are eligible to play in the Super League next season.

Daren for second chance

Malaysia's second singles badminton player, Liew Daren again given the opportunity to prove his capabilities in the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, Scotland in the early Thursday morning.


The statement has been mandated by the Malaysia's Badminton Chief Coach, Abdul Rashid Bin Mohamed Sidek (Adul) who has won the world's second largest sporting event in the year 1990 and 1994.

Daren previously heavily criticized after a disappointing game during the Thomas Cup 2014 in New Delhi, India recently.


However, he was entrusted to restore confidence in the support of Malaysians to represent the country's singles badminton at the Commonwealth Games in 2014's.



His election was made ​​after the country's top players and singles world number one Datuk Lee Chong Wei having thigh muscle injury.


Daren not previously listed in the 2010 Commonwealth Games in New Delhi, India believes he can rise up and show real strength in the games later in Glasgow Scotland.

Malaysia defeat Vietnam to be semis

 
Football : Malaysia show Vietnam the way out to lead group A. Malaysia defeated Vietnam 2-1 in their last group match just now.


In the first half, Malaysia and Vietnam with no goal show the ball possession more on Vietnam behalf. They had their chances but our defenders and goalkeeper played very well to stop them.

Malaysia game was not in hurry, just maintained the shapes and waited for chances. Dato Kim Swee admitted that they didn't go all out, just needed one point to top Group A, while Vietnam needed a win to qualify for last four.

Malaysia's goal at 82nd by Ashri Chuchu and D.Saarvindran at 90th minute. Meanwhile Vietnam goal's by Mac Hong Quan at 94th minute.


 In semis, Malaysia will oppose Indonesia and Singapore against Thailand.

Next semi-final fixture :-

 Following the pics of the match between Malaysia vs Vietnam.