Ong Kim Swee

23 September 2017
The last year has been a turbulent ride for Ong Kim Swee. Promoted to head coach of the Malaysian national team, he was then demoted to the under-22 side before finding redemption at the SEA Games. He joined FourFourTwo’s Vijhay Vick for a wide-ranging interview.
31 August 2017
The dust has settled and the Malaysian under-22 side will have to be content with the SEA Games silver medal. While some of Ong Kim Swee’s men may feel they could have done more, there were those that excelled in this FourFourTwo report card.
30 August 2017
Ong Kim Swee started the year still bearing the brunt of some heavy criticism for Malaysia's poor AFF Suzuki Cup performance. Eight months later he is being lauded for his work at the SEA Games. Here John Duerden delves deeper into an odd year for the Malaysian mentor...
30 August 2017
A first half own-goal by Haziq Nadzli decided the SEA Games final as Thailand defeated Malaysia 1-0, leaving the hosts heartbroken. Malaysia Under-22 coach Ong Kim Swee admitted it was a painful defeat, but pleaded that the young custodian not be crucified.
29 August 2017
Malaysia’s SEA Games gold medal aspirations were not meant to be despite a good performance by Ong Kim Swee’s charges at Shah Alam Stadium, holding their own for most parts of the 1-0 defeat to Thailand on Tuesday. Vijhay Vick dishes out the grades.
29 August 2017
A desperately unlucky error committed by Malaysian goalkeeper Haziq Nadzli has handed Thailand a 1-0 victory and a third straight SEA Games gold medal, dashing the hopes of the host nation.
29 August 2017
While Adam Nor Azlin does not wear the captain's armband, in the Malaysia under-22 dressing room he is a leader and has the responsibility of delivering inspiring speeches moments before the team takes the field. He is urging his teammates to leave nothing in the tank in their pursuit of SEA Games gold...
28 August 2017
SEA Games Final | Shah Alam Stadium | Tue Aug 29 | 8.45pm
27 August 2017
Celebrations were all over at Shah Alam Stadium last night but Malaysia Under-22 coach Ong Kim Swee wants to keep the champagne on ice. 
26 August 2017
Having scored the winner against one rival Singapore in the group stage, N. Thanabalan sunk another nemesis of Malaysia after his late winner against Indonesia gave the hosts a place in the SEA Games final and sent the crowd into delirium

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