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Perkembangan di Sarawak

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Promoting football to public
By Mary Francis,The Borneo Post

MIRI: The aim of holding regular football tournaments is to promote the sport among the public and inculcate team spirit in players.

This was stated yesterday by Lee Joon Siong, organising chairman of a 7-a-side football competition to be held next month in conjunction with the 2008 Football Carnival.

“Football is traditionally one of the most, if not the most, popular sports among the people. Therefore, this popularity should be kept alive by holding more football competitions,” he said.

Meanwhile, the 2008 Deepa Raya Trophy will be up for grabs in the 7-a-side football tournament, organised by the Miri City Council’s Sports and Recreation Club in collaboration with City Sports here on Oct 25.

Entries are now open and forms and further information can be obtained from Lee (012-8041199) or Matasan Abon (016-8514535).

The registration fee is RM150 per team and entries close on Oct 20. The draw will be made the next day at the Miri City Council’s Clubhouse. Team leaders and managers are required to attend.

There will be three categories: men’s open, women’s open and veterans open.

The first three winners in the men’s open will receive RM500, RM300 and RM150, plus a trophy each and medals.

In the other two categories, the champions and first runners-up will receive only trophies and medals.

At least, 20 teams are expected to take part.
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Team effort needed to form Sarawak FC
By Leyana Talif , The Borneo Post

KUCHING: Dato Sri William Mawan Ikom is still awaiting the outcome of the discussion between his ministry (Social Development and Urbanisation) and the Football Association of Sarawak (FAS) on forming a Sarawak FC entity.

He said it was important to know the FAS’ operation status now because the ministry could not carry out the Sarawak FC project alone.

“We are taking care of other clubs and associations – so we cannot just concentrate and talk about football.

“For this reason, the involvement of sponsors committed to improving football in the state is also very important,” he said when presenting Hari Raya goodies to members of the Royal Malaysian Police and Malaysian Armed Forces at Wisma Wanita, Petra Jaya, yesterday.

Mawan pointed out that his ministry was concerned about the poor state of local football, saying this was why it wanted to help implement the Sarawak FC concept to bring about modern management and sponsorships.

“We, of course, cannot be expected to handle football directly as we are also looking after other sports associations. But we will do our part to provide assistance.

“That’s why unless I have discussions with all the relevant quarters such as the FAS and a third group of supporters and corporate sponsors, the ministry cannot proceed with this commitment.”

The minister said if Sarawakians wanted to see a new brand of football, restructuring and re-engineering with new ideas were necessary.

“There must be a final discussion with all the relevant parties to finalise plans on improving football in the state before we can move forward.

“So, unless I meet with these people first, nothing much can be done,’ he added.

Mawan also clarified efforts to discover new talents were ongoing.

“We are committed to development because without it, there’s no continuity.

“If there is no development, how can we be sure our team is made up of the cream,” he said.
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Piala Sarawak teams can enlist M-League players

KUCHING: Sri Aman and Betong will see some excitement come November 1 because these two towns will be hosting the first two matches of the Piala Sarawak (Sarawak Cup) 2008 season.

Football Association of Sarawak (FAS) deputy president Paruwadi Musa said the competition this year promised to be more exciting than before because teams were now allowed to enlist players from Peninsular Malaysia and Sabah to beef up their squads.

The prestigious state-level competition will comprise teams from all Divisions as well as the Army and Police, he said.

Paruwadi disclosed that the format for this season is “open” because teams are allowed to enlist former state players and even those from the Peninsula and Sabah.

“Piala Sarawak 2008 will be more exciting and competitive because we are allowing teams to import players from the Malaysian League,” he said yesterday.

It would be compulsory for each team to enlist two Under-20 players who must play regularly to expose them to competitive football, he said adding that youth development was also important as far as Sarawak was concerned.

“We hope teams will import calibre players only even though they can get experienced ones playing for various clubs,” he added.
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FAS considers option to re-engage Vest
By Martin Yee , The Borneo Post

KUCHING: Football Association of Sarawak (FAS) has considered the option of re-engaging former Sarawak coach Alan Vest.

Such a possibility was raised up at its exco meeting in Sibu earlier in the week.

“We did look into it but very much would depend on our resources. For the moment, it is a proposal,” FAS secretary-general Muhammad Maluddin said yesterday.

Vest, who took Sarawak to two titles – the FA Cup and the Premier League during his watch – said recently he was ready to help with the development of football here wherever his assistance was needed albeit in an advisory role. He has ruled out taking on a full-time coaching job as he is now semi-retired.

Muhammad said the meeting also discussed the team line-up for next season, singling out Joseph Kalang Tie as one of the players to be retained, but had decided to leave out all those under probe over alleged match-fixing.

He disclosed no Peninsula-based players were in the initial shortlist.

Muhammad said they were likely to plump for a new-look Sarawak team with many President’s Cup players likely to be elevated to the senior squad for the Premier League in the coming season.

According to him, the exco meeting also agreed to brief Social Development and Urbanisation Minister Dato Sri William Mawan Ikom on the latest development pertaining to football in the state sometime next week.

The move was in response to the minister’s repeated calls for such a briefing by FAS, he said.

A delegation of exco members, to be led by acting president Dr Murni Suhaili, will first meet Deputy Tourism Minister Dato Sri Sulaiman Abdul Rahman Taib, who is FAS advisor, tentatively on Sept 20 before fixing an appointment to see Mawan.

“We plan to update Dato Sri Sulaiman on FAS and the most crucial item for discussion will be finance,” Muhammad said.

He also revealed that formation of the Sarawak FC club entity, mentioned a few times by Mawan, would be discussed during the meeting with the minister although the purpose was more to update him on the current situation.

“Our meeting with Dato Sri (William) Mawan has been tentatively fixed on Sept 22 or 23. We’ll update him on the current situation and also touch on the formation of Sarawak FC,” Muhammad said.

At the exco meeting, heads of six committees were elected, including those for competitions, futsal, referees and development.

The acting president will chair the technical committee.
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100 per cent commitment and concentration
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Today I will focus on the 16-18 years old age group.

In this group, the training stage is to build up programme and competition.

You can also work in this stage with the 14-year-olds but they need to be elite players. The phase of learning in relation to age is to refine and automate.

Main Training Objectives

The objective is to aim for the optimum performance in the competitive games they play. It’s important to ensure that they learn to create many goal-scoring opportunities and to develop a scoring habit.

They should learn to go by opponents individually or with teammates — combination play, wall passes — and finally they must use their skills to the maximum in the games they play.

Technical Aspects

To work at the highest level of technical performance under pressure in game-like situations. Must have the awareness to apply the learnt skill and speed or a combination of these two qualities and go by opponents individually.

Tactical Aspects

Concentrate on these aspects below when working on the tactical facet. The general tactics as well as specific tactics must be enforced so as to make them understand the roles and responsibilities in the system of play. What are they?

* System of play: 4-4-2, 4-2-3-1, 3-5-2 (examples).
* Line tactics: Defensive line, midfield line, attacking line.
* Wing play.
* Individual tactics: Positional sense in defence, midfield attack.
* Defensive play: What do you do when possession is lost? First man pressure, provide balance or retreat and regroup.
* Offensive play: Build up attack when possession is won. How? Use wing play, through the middle, bypass the midfield, quick attack or counter attack.
* Transition of play, from offence to defence and vice versa.
* To know how, when and where to go by opponents in one-vs-one situation.
* To learn to go by opponents with teammates through combination play (one touch play), one-two combination and overlapping runs
* Forward runs in front of the ball.
* Diagonal runs.
* Learning when to go alone and when to pass the ball.
* Passing, shooting and receiving techniques at the highest level.
* Defensive and offensive heading.

Physical Aspects

On endurance, two key components must be covered. Working on aerobic endurance, working on long periods with low intensity, and the anaerobic endurance, working at short periods with high intensity.

* Do interval training focusing on extensive and intensive work.
* Speed training (technique training on speed).
* Power training (explosive starts during technique training, training plus power training with own body.
* When they are 18 and the body is fully grown, start with weight and fitness apparatus.
* Combine technique training with flexibility and coordination work.
* Have special training sessions on technique of turning, sprinting and running.

Mental Aspects

At this age the criteria, must be developing a winner’s mentality. Focus on results especially when in competition. Do not lose focus on objective when playing friendly matches though the winning mentality must always be there.

Typical Characteristics

The psychological factors for age 16-18 years are that they have become more mature. They are result orientated, are more eager to win and very social. They show more responsibility and have a strong desire to be independent.

The motor functions, they are physically strong, have good coordination, have normal body proportions and their body is fully grown.


In all organisation and formations and highest level of competition should be 100 per cent.

Now at this level the need to transfer the aspects of technical, tactical, physical and mental in position and games is extremely important.

Focus more on one-vs-one in functional training, small sided games, transfer all aspects of technical, tactical and mental in 11-vs-11 games.

All sessions must be in match like situation – 100 per cent. Result orientated training sessions thereby creating a winning mentality.

Loading – Must ensure that there is a correct balance between load and rest. When coaching, demand from the players 100 per cent commitment and concentration. There must be constant initiative on the ball to help develop speed of thought and tactical awareness.

Next week, I will touch on the development of football.
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