Dollah Salleh will not bring his old colleagues from PDRM to the national team, and will find new assistants to work with him
BY NIK AFIQ Follow on Twitter
The new coach of Harimau Malaya, Dollah Salleh, has confirmed that he will not bring his assistants from PDRM to his coaching line-up with the national team.
He insisted that it would not be right to do so because it can disturb PDRM’s preparation in the Malaysia Cup campaign.
According to Utusan, Dollah said “I don’t think that will happen because I don’t want to disturb their preparation for the Malaysia Cup. If I bring them all here, it will be chaotic over there.”
However, Dollah did mention that it would be great if he can hire someone who has the credibility like the coaches that worked with him at PDRM.
“I spoke to Datuk Hamidin (and told him) that I want someone that can work well with me, regardless who they are, just like the ones I worked with in PDRM. All of them must able to work with me and I don’t want any arguments on my training methods, they must keep together and discuss on what should be done,” added Dollah.
Some of the names that worked with Dollah at PDRM are former internationals Azman Adnan, Abdul Mubin Mokhtar, Mohd Fauzi PIlus and Mohamad Hafiz Tajuddin.
Dollah was recently confirmed as the new head coach of Malaysia, replacing Datuk K. Rajagopal, who left the post last December.