Malaysian football mourns the death of Mohd Azulai Khor Abdullah

Malaysian football community mourns his death Mohd Azraai Khor Abdullah, a prominent figure in the country’s football history.Cole, also known by his real name Col Sek Leng, died at the age of 71 due to complications from a stroke. His death came as a surprise as he showed no signs of illness before his death.

Unprecedented success as a coach

Cole’s career in soccer was illustrious and he achieved unprecedented success as a coach. He is best known for leading the Kedah football team to historic victories and is commonly referred to as “.double trebleUnder his leadership, Kedah won the FA Cup, Super League and Malaysia Cup for two consecutive years, an unparalleled feat in the history of Malaysian football.

An indelible mark on Malaysian football

Apart from his accomplishments as a coach, Cole also had an impressive career as a player. He played for Kedah in his 1970s and from 1975 he represented the national team until 1978. His contributions to the sport, both as a player and a coach, have left an indelible mark on Malaysian football. His strategic acumen, on-field leadership and relentless passion for the game are widely recognized and admired.

In memory of the legend

The news of Cole’s death was shared on Facebook by his son and confirmed by Kedah Youth and Sports Executive Councilor Muhammad Radi Mat Din. Former players who had the privilege of working with Cole, including Matt Din and Amirul Nizam Mahajir, paid tribute to his character, generosity and passion for football. More than 200 people attended his funeral, proving the great influence he had on many lives. As the world of football mourns his passing, Cole’s legacy continues to be etched in the history of Malaysian football, especially his home state of Kedah, as one of dedication, leadership and extraordinary achievement.

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