The PDRM coach has successfully went through a surgery and now his focus is only to return back to work
PDRM coach Dollah Salleh admitted that he misses working already after taking a long break due to his chest and heart problems.
Dollah, who underwent heart surgery recently, has been asked by his doctor to take a break for 2-3 weeks, but he has insisted that his focus remains with PDRM and the Premier League.
Speaking to Astro Arena, Dollah said “If possible I want to go on to the field immediately. But maybe not, maybe one or two days later. I have to look at my condition but I will start working again as soon as possible.”
Dollah was admitted to the hospital last week after PDRM's clash with JDT II after complaining of chest pain, and after this he underwent successful heart surgery for two hours.
“For now I feel healthy. If I don’t go for training for work, maybe I’ll just go there and just observe. After this I have to look at what I eat because my cholesterol is quite high,” he added.
While he was in the hospital, Dollah delegated his coaching tasks to his deputy, and former international Azman Adnan, who hopes to continue PDRM’s excellent form this season.
For 2014, under Dollah Salleh, PDRM are yet to lose a game and have won all three matches they have played this season, which is two in the Premier League and one in the FA Cup first round.