Ong Kim Swee

27 March 2017
New Football Association of Malaysia (FAM) president Tunku Ismail Sultan had a busy first day in office, chairing a brief executive committee meeting, speaking to the press, meeting the fans and of course, sounding his intentions loud and clear. Here’s five key areas he addressed… 
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27 March 2017
Sacked as Malaysia coach on Saturday, Ong Kim Swee’s trip to Beirut to watch Lebanon host Hong Kong was supposed to be part of his preparation for the ongoing Asian Cup qualifying campaign. Happy to still go, he told FourFourTwo he will now relay all information to his replacement, Mario Gomez.
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25 March 2017
Newly elected Football Association of Malaysia (FAM) president Tunku Ismail Sultan Ibrahim expectedly announced Mario Gomez as Tigers coach but he caught many by surprise in announcing a new coach for Malaysia under-22.
23 March 2017
It wasn’t an entertaining night in Manila as Malaysia held Philippines to yet another scoreless outing. FourFourTwo lists five talking points from the snooze-fest... 
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22 March 2017
Philippines and Malaysia played out a scoreless stalemate to record a fifth successive draw between both sides in Wednesday's international friendly at Rizal Memorial Stadium in Manila. 
15 March 2017
Having seen first hand how things are done at Queens Park Rangers, Malaysia coach Ong Kim Swee feels more Southeast Asian players should aspire to be in Europe. FourFourTwo Thailand caught up with Ong during his month-long attachment with the English club. 
1 March 2017
Malaysia coach Ong Kim Swee could make a few changes to his squad ahead of this month's opening match in the final round of Asian Cup qualifying against North Korea. Here are 10 players who missed out on last year's AFF Suzuki Cup, but could now make the Tigers' squad.
Confusion in the Malaysian football scene shows no signs of slowing down, with coaching announcements and potential FAM replacements swirling around while Ong Kim Swee studies in London...
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3 February 2017
Malaysia coach Ong Kim Swee and assistant Brad Maloney will undergo a month-long stint at English side Queens Park Rangers (QPR) starting February 7 before returning to navigate Malaysia’s 2019 Asian Cup qualifying campaign.
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23 January 2017
Malaysia coach Ong Kim Swee says his team faces an uphill battle to secure a place at the 2019 Asian Cup after the third round qualifying draw was made in Abu Dhabi on Monday.

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