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Darul Takzim Must Improve to Stand Any Chance of Cup Sucecess

JDT not good enough against Perth

Johor Darul Takzim have some serious work to do in all quarters if they are to have any chance of victory in the Malaysia Cup

That’s the view of their Coach  Azmi Mohamed, who feels his side were totally outplayed in Wednesday’s friendly against Perth Glory.

Speaking to the New Straits Times he said: ” I’m satisfied with how we played. The attitude of the players was one positive aspect of the game

“But to compare ourselves with the Australians, then we will lose. From the physical aspect, we lose. From the strength aspect, we lose.from the technique aspect, we lose. This is a lesson for our players.

“If we want to play good football, then we must improve in all these areas. We still have one week left to prepare for the Malaysia Cup”

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