Malaysia U23 aims to win points, determined to block Vietnam U23’s way to the quarterfinals

“The situation for us right now is sad. However, Malaysia U23 needs to move forward. I hope the players will put in more effort, we have paid the price because many players do not work hard, “-Malaysia newspaper quoted coach Brad Maloney as saying.

U23 Malaysia showed a decline in performance when losing 2 matches in a row in the 2022 AFC U23 Championship, including a 1-4 defeat against South Korea U23 and 0-3 against Thailand U23. This result caused the team of coach Brad Maloney to be eliminated from the tournament. Mr. Maloney himself faces the possibility of being fired by the Football Association of Malaysia (FAM).

However, the Australian leader said he still wanted to lead Malaysia to win tickets to the Paris 2024 Olympics. According to Mr. Maloney, Malaysia U23 is a collective of many young players with potential for development.

U23 Malaysia aims to win points, determined to block Vietnam U23's way to the quarterfinals - Photo 1.

Coach Brad Maloney may be fired if Malaysia U23 does not win U23 Vietnam.

Referring to the match against U23 Vietnam, coach Maloney said the team will have a change. He will give a chance to some new faces. The goal of Malaysia U23 is to win at least 1 point against U23 Vietnam. This result only has spiritual meaning for U23 Malaysia, but it may cause U23 Vietnam to miss the opportunity to win tickets to the quarterfinals.

In the last match taking place tomorrow, U23 Vietnam needs to win against Malaysia U23, and wait for the match result between U23 Korea and U23 Thailand to ensure the next place. Despite only getting 2 points, teacher and coach Gong Oh-kyun are receiving a lot of praise when consecutively drawing Thailand U23 and defending champion U23 Korea with convincing play.

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