T-TEAM are fully focused for this Saturday’s home match against Armed Forces at the Sultan Ismail Nasiruddin Shah Stadium in Kuala Terengganu.
The Titans campaign in the FA Cup came to an abrupt end when the Football Association of Malaysia (FAM) Competitions Committee ruled in favour of Darul Takzim with a default 3-0 win after the Terengganu side refused to come out to play in the second-half in the second round match at the Larkin Stadium last Tuesday. The Southern Tigers were leading 2-1 at half-time.
“The FAM have decided on the (FA) Cup match. We have to move on and look at our next match, which is the league match against Armed Forces,” said T-Team chief coach Azraai Khor Abdullah.
“We have a tough match against Armed Forces but I am confident my players have put aside the FA Cup episode.
“It’s a long season and the league is only three matches old…and we are slowly finding the rhythm. The players have also settled down to my style of play. There is teamwork now and this can been seen in our recent matches.
“The show goes on T-Team and right now we are gearing for the match against Armed Forces. It is a home match for us and I am sure we will get a good crowd to come and cheer the team.”