Despite having a budget of 30 times more than us, our neighbour isn’t doing much doing than us too.
So if the budget was to increase and yet, no good result, will they in turn change their narrative to “waste taxpayers’ money”?
“Malaysia let in 10 against UAE for all-time record worst defeat” —
Malaysia hit a new all-time low in their football history. The national team were thrashed 10-0 by United Arab Emirates (UAE) in the 2018 World Cup qualifying second round Asian Zone Group A match at the Mohamed Zayed Stadium in Abu Dhabi on Thursday. It was the worst result for Harimau Malaya since going down to New Zealand 8-2 in an international match played in Kuala Lumpur almost 50 years ago. http://www.thestar.com.my/sport/football/2015/09/04/malaysia-suffer-shameful-loss-to-uae/
“Football: China’s crisis shows money can’t buy success” —
China’s crisis they have lost three of their World Cup qualifying matches and are bottom of Asian qualifying Group A comes as huge sums of money are thrown at the game in the hope that cold hard cash can end years of underachievement. Chinese President Xi Jinping’s call for the country to host and win a World Cup by 2050 has triggered a flood of investments by eager-to-please executives. Enormous sums — more than 400 million euros ($440 million) this year have been splashed on bringing in foreign players to the Chinese Super League. http://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/category/sports/2016/10/13/football-chinas-crisis-shows-money-cant-buy-success/