Football Association of Malaysia (FAM) has announced to appointed Cameron Ng as the new head coach of Malaysia women’s U-20 national team.
Cameron’s selection was made after discussions and a comprehensive assessment between FAM President, Datuk Haji Hamidin Haji Mohd Amin, FAM Technical Director, Scott O’Donell and FAM Women’s Football Committee Chairman, Dato’ Suraya Yaacob.
According to Scott, after serving for three years with FAM since 2020 as Head of FAM’s Grassroots Unit, Cameron has shown his credibility as a coach through various player development activities that he has carried out.
“As we know, Cameron is not only active in player development programs but he is also one of the instructors for the FAM Coaching Education Unit run by Lim Kim Chon.
“He has shown his seriousness in coaching through grassroots programs and this kind of commitment is what the national women’s U-20 football squad needs, especially with the 2024 Women’s U-20 Asia Cup Qualifying campaign that will take place next month.
“Cameron’s commitment can also be seen when he assisted Malayan Tigress Head Coach Soleen Al-Zoubi in the recent trial and player selection session.
“With the collaboration between Soleen and Cameron who are constantly exchanging ideas and opinions behind the scenes, I hope it can create a more professional and positive environment for the national women’s soccer squad,” said Scott.
Meanwhile, Soleen welcomed Cameron’s appointment as head coach of the Malayan Tigress youth squad.
“Cameron has a high understanding of the modern football system and that quality is essential to form a strong and more competitive team.
“Cameron’s ability in coaching can be seen through his commitment to player development and his experience can certainly be applied in the Malayan Tigress U20 squad,” said Soleen.
Despite being appointed as the head coach of Malaysia women’s U-20 national team, Cameron will still continue his duties as Head of the FAM Grassroots Unit.
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