Malaysian soccer mourns the death of a legend

In a sad turn of events, Malaysian football icon Mohd Azraai Khor Abdullahpassed away at the age of 71 due to a stroke. His son Firdaus Zainuddin announced the sad news on social media and asked for prayers for his father.

The legacy of football’s biggest names

Mohd Azulai will forever be remembered for his great achievements as a head coach. Kedah football team. Under his expert guidance, the team achieved an unprecedented double crown in his 2007 and 2008 seasons. This impressive feat is a testament to Mohd Azraai’s leadership skills and deep understanding of the game. His time at Kedah was not just a professional stint, but also the culmination of a career that saw him represent the same team as a player in the 1970s and on the international stage for Malaysia from 1975 to 1978.

More than a coach

In addition to his success with Kedah, Mohd Azraai’s illustrious career saw him manage teams such as: Negeri Sembilan and perak state. He was also at the helm of a young and dynamic team. Harimau Muda His tactical acumen and ability to develop young talent shined through in each of his professional outings, earning him respect and admiration from peers and fans alike.

final farewell

Mohd Azrai’s body was at a private hospital in Alor Setar from where it was to be taken to his home in Kampung Alor Semadom. His final journey was scheduled to end at the Taman Uda cemetery after Asal prayers. His death has left a void in Malaysian football that cannot be filled. As the country mourns its loss, Mohd Azraai’s legacy lives on, inspiring the next generation of footballers to aspire to greatness.

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