Monday, September 2, 2013


Malaysia needs to get rid of its Jekyl and Hyde mentality if it harbours hopes of doing well in the international arena.

In making this conclusion at the conclusion of the Asia Cup, national coach Paul Revington was frank about his assesment of his charges, who he deemed failed to play consistenly.

And Revington admits that the players were brilliant at some stages and mediocre the very next minute, thus causing them to failed to target of winning the Asia Cup for the first time since its inception in 1982.

Read more in THE MALAY MAIL on Tuesday...