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Monday, December 24, 2012

Liang Lumut players doubtful about clash with Kilanas FC

File photo shows a Kilanas FC player (in black) and BIBD FT player vie for the ball during a football match. Kilanas FC will clash with the Liang Lumut Recreational Club Football Team at DST Super League tonight. Picture: BT file
Monday, December 24, 2012

THE Liang Lumut Recreational Club Football Team (LLRC FT) are doubtful about tonight's DST Super League clash with Kilanas FC at the Balapan Track and Field at the Hassanal Bolkiah National Sports Complex due to key players' injuries.

Midfielders Amy Amizan Gudang, Amirul Zafrey Norshaney and defender Hafizan Hasnal might not be lacing up for LLRC FT tonight as they are still recovering from injuries. "Few of our key players are still out injured. We will see how it goes, but these players are less likely to start the game tomorrow. We have been practicing our routine training every day and the players are in good shape," said LLRC FT manager Hj Affendi Hj Julaihi in an interview with The Brunei Times last night.

"However it is going to be a very difficult game as Kilanas FC will look to bounce from their 4-2 defeat to Wijaya FC in their first game and moreover we are without our three key players.

"Any team that made it to the DST Super League is a very good team. I am very sure Kilanas FC will give a good fight in the game tomorrow and for me it is going to be a 50-50 chances," he added.

Kilanas FC's assistant coach, Mohd Radzuan Hj Madali, meanwhile, has warned that they will go out to attack when the two teams go head to head tonight. "We will face them head on. They (LLRC FT) have an impressive attacking front scoring seven goals against Najip FC in their first game. The usual thing that you do is to go defensive against this team. But that is not how we play our game. We will attack them tomorrow from the start and it will be an enjoyable match to watch," said Mohd Radzuan.

LLRC FT defeated Najip FC 7-5 in a 12-goal thriller at the Balapan Track and Field on Dec 16.

"There are no injuries in the team and all the starting eleven will be available tomorrow. The players are ready and we are looking forward to the game," said Mohd Radzuan. 
The Brunei Times

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