Johor Darul Ta’zim have named Ulisses Morais as their new head coach and manager of the club. “We would like to wish Ulisses Morais a warm welcome to Johor. Morais, will be taking on the role as Head Coach and Manager of Johor Darul Ta’zim FC.” the official statement on Facebook read.
When the squad list was announced for Lebanon ahead of their clash against Malaysia, many were surprised at the omission of Mohammed Ghaddar’s name from the list. Mohammed Ghaddar, a former star-striker with Kelantan FA who had just joined the Southern Tigers during the transfer window, apparently chose to pull out of the national team and decided not to play against Malaysia.
Malaysia’s first international match under new head coach Nelo Vingada will be happening tomorrow, June 13, against Lebanon. Harimau Malaya, currently 155th on the FIFA ranking, will be facing 135th placed Lebanon for the 2019 Asian Cup qualifiers fixture at the Larkin Stadium tomorrow night. Having defeated Hong Kong back in March, Lebanon, also known as The Cedars, will be looking to keep their winning momentum going against Malaysia.
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