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Meet Our Football Coaches in Malaysia

Are you looking for a personal football coach in Malaysia?

Check out the coaches available for your individual or group football training here at Treiner. Click More Info to see their profiles.

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Subang Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia

Coached: Semi-Pro

I obtained my FAM D License in 2015. I started off with being an assistant coach for the U11 1MCC football academy. The 2nd team i was involved in was Tunas Lagenda U12 as an assistant coach. In 2017, i obtained my Level 1 England FA License. In 2018, I was pointed Head Coach of PwC Malaysia football team.

 

 

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Kulai, Johor

Coached: Semi-Pro

Have 1.5 years of solid coaching years with academies players

 

 

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Malaysia

Coached: Professional

Pengalaman coaching grassroot hampir 3 tahun

 

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Kajang, Selangor, Malaysia

Coached: College

I have been coaching for 3 years.

 

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Selangor, Malaysia

Coached: Professional

Gombak FA 2003 hingga 2006 Selangor United 2006 hingga 2012 Perlis United 2012 coach player bawah 18 dan 21

 

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Seri Kembangan, Selangor, Malaysia

Coached: Professional

Have coached for 5 years and enjoy educating and guiding players from the experience I gained as an professional player

 

Treiner is Australia’s premier football coaching marketplace service providing players of all skill levels the opportunity to increase their abilities, learn new skills and become better players both on and off the field. If your game needs help or you just want the benefits that a professional coaching & support staff can provide, let Treiner help you achieve your goals today.

 

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