Malaysia U23 national team, announced squad of 24 players to participate in Men’s Football SEA Games 2021 in Hanoi, Vietnam.
List of 24 players Malaysia U23 for Men’s Football SEA Games 2021
MUKHAIRI AJMAL (Selangor FC)
ZIKRI KHALILI (Selangor FC)
AZRIN AFIQ(Selangor FC)
QUENTIN CHENG (Selangor FC)
HARITH HAIQAL (Selangor FC)
DANIAL ASRI (Selangor FC)
SYAHIR BASHAH (Selangor FC)
FAIZ AMER RUNNIZAR (Selangor FC II)
FAHMI DANIEL (Selangor FC II)
NIK AKIF SYAHIRAN (Terengganu FC)
AZMI MURAD (Terengganu FC)
SYAFIK ISMAIL (Terengganu FC)
HAIRIEY HAKIM (Terengganu FC)
RAHADIAZLI RAHALIM (Terengganu FC)
AZFAR FIKRI (Terengganu FC II)
SAFWAN MAZLAN (Terengganu FC II)
UMAR HAKEEM (Johor Darul Ta’Zim II)
SHAFI AZSWAD (Johor Darul Ta’Zim III)
AZRI GHANI (Kuala Lumpur City)
LUQMAN HAKIM SHAMSUDIN (KV Kortrijk)
AIMAN AFIF (Kedah Darul Aman)
UBAIDULLAH SHAMSUL (FAM-MSN)
HADI FAYYADH (Azul Claro Numazu)
FIRDAUS IRMAN (PDRM FC)
From the list of 24 players above, Maloney will announce the final list of 20 players to be registered for the 2021 SEA Games on Friday 6 May 2022, which is a day before the Group B competition begins.
Meanwhile, the four players who are not in the final list of 20 players will continue to remain in Hanoi as a Ready List to replace any players who had to be dropped if tested positive for COVID-19 during the 2021 SEA Games.
For the Group B competition at the 2021 SEA Games, Malaysia will start the campaign against Thailand on 7 May, Laos on 11 May, Singapore on 14 May and Cambodia on 16 May 2022, with all group matches scheduled to take place at Thien Truong Stadium, Nam Dinh.
Meanwhile, the Group A competition lined up by the hosts who are also the defending champions, Vietnam, Indonesia, Myanmar, the Philippines and Timor-Leste is scheduled to take place at the Viet Tri Stadium, Phu Tho.
The top two teams of each next group will qualify for the semi-finals on May 19 at Thien Truong Stadium and Viet Tri Stadium while the bronze medal match and Final are scheduled to take place on May 22, 2022 at My Dinh Stadium, Hanoi.
Credit Photo : FAM