The choices are down to 3 candidates to lead the Malaysian Football team.
Of course we had candidates such as Lothar Matthaeus but had to turn down due to high salary demand.
The finalists -- Ong Kim Swee, Bojan Hodak and Robert Alberts -- are all excellent choices, who offer slightly different qualities. All will undergo final interviews at Football Association of Malaysia (FAM) headquarters today.
Surprisingly, 1 Malaysian is on the list i.e Ong Kim Swee. Though he had less experience in senior team, apart from coaching Sabah team, he had brought glory to the junior team by winning the Sea Games but nothing else. Even in Asian Games, we struggled and did get pass the group.
Bojan hodak, was the instrumental guy for MyTeam followed by Kelantan winning treble twice and short spell JDT in wining the league . Thus, he too has strong resume. He is no nonsense guy, which means he is strict. Whether our guys could take it is a question mark. But, he has the ability to revive a team, which our country needs now.
Robert Alberts, is another person with strong resume. Having exposure in Indonesia, Singapore and Malaysian local teams, and has been in the youth development for Ajax and South Korea team. This, guys knows how to implement or place a development system for the rest to follow.