Friday, July 22, 2011

The tigers have landed

MALAYSIA'S coach K. Rajagobal has vowed to stick to his attacking philosophy in the first leg of the Tigers' 2014 World Cup qualifier against Singapore.
But the 55-year-old admitted that his side's lack of familiarity with Jalan Besar's artificial pitch could swing the tie in the home team's favour tomorrow.
Yesterday morning, Rajagobal touched down at Changi Airport with his 24-man squad and several Malaysian journalists in tow.
Clad in his signature blue batik shirt and looking relaxed, he said: 'I will treat both legs equally. Just because we're playing away does not mean we have to be defensive-minded.
'The players have to be positive about playing here and it's important that we get a goal to bring back to Bukit Jalil for the return leg.'
An exponent of attacking football, his teams are known for their direct style of play complemented by fast and skilful wingers - an ethos that brought them their first Asean title last year.


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