Rabu, September 30, 2020

Bolasepak Sukan Asia 1951 & 1954


2nd Asian Games Manila 1954

* Malaya (Malaysia) tidak menyertai acara bolasepak.

Kump APMSKJBMt
Formosa2200724
Vietnam2101552
Philippines2002270
Kump BPMSKJBMt
Burma2110323
Pakistan2101742
Singapore2011371
Kump CPMSKJBMt
Indonesia2200934
India2101362
Japan2002580
Kump DPMSKJBMt
South Korea21101153
Hong Kong2110753
Afghanistan20024120
01 Mei 1954 (Sabtu)
Kump AFormosa3-2Vietnam
Kump CJapan3-5Indonesia
02 Mei 1954 (Ahad)
Kump BSingapore2-6Pakistan
Kump DSouth Korea3-3Hong Kong
03 Mei 1954 (Isnin)
Kump APhillippines2-3Vietnam
Kump CIndia3-2Japan
04 Mei 1954 (Selasa)
Kump BBurma1-1Singapore
Kump DAfghanistan2-8South Korea
05 Mei 1954 (Rabu)
Kump BBurma2-1Pakistan
Kump CIndia0-4Indonesia
06 Mei 1954 (Khamis)
Kump APhilippines0-4Formosa
Kump DAfghanistan2-4Hong Kong
07 Mei 1954 (Jumaat)
SF*South Korea2-2 Burma
SFFormosa4-2Indonesia
*South Korea menang dengan purata jaringan gol yang lebih baik.
08 Mei 1954 (Sabtu)
3rdBurma4-5Indonesia
FinalFormosa5-2South Korea

1st Asian Games New Delhi 1951

* Malaya (Malaysia) tidak menyertai Sukan Asia 1951.

05 Mac 1951 (Isnin)
1st RdIndia3-0Indonesia
1st RdIran2-0Burma
*Afghanistan dan Japan mendapat bye
07 Mac 1951 (Rabu)
SFIndia3-0Afghanistan
SFIran0-0Japan
08 Mac 1951 (Khamis)
SF ReplayedIran3-2Japan
9 Mac 1951 (Jumaat)
3rd PlaceJapan2-0Afghanistan
10 Mac 1951 (Sabtu)
FinalIndia1-0Iran

Isnin, September 28, 2020

Bolasepak Sukan Asia 1958


3rd Asian Games Tokyo 1958

Coach: Choo Cheng Quee

Senarai 17 pemain Malaya
Lourdes (Selangor), Seah Peng Chiang (Kedah), Tang Cheok Foo (Selangor), Kwong Chong Yin (Johor), Ng Mun Keai (Selangor), Mok Wai Hong (Negri), Chan Tuck Choy (Perak), Edwin Dutton (C)(Selangor), Chuah Poh Aun (Penang), Mok Wai Kin (Negri), Rahim Omar (Negri), Abdul Ghani (Selangor), Wong Kong Leong (Perak), Govindarajoo (Selangor), Woo Ah Wah (Penang), Aziz Ahmad (Penang), Tan Ban Chuan (Melaka)

Kump 1PMSKJBMt
Formosa2200524
Vietnam2110723
Pakistan2011241
Malaya2002280
Kump 2PMSKJBMt
Indonesia2200633
India2101442
Burma2002470
Kump 3PMSKJBMt
Hong Kong2200614
Philippines2101242
Japan2002 030
Kump 4PMSKJBMt
South Korea2200714
Israel2200614
Singapore2002240
Iran (Persia)2002090
25 Mei 1958 (Ahad)
Kump 1Pakistan1-1Vietnam
Kump 2Indonesia4-2Burma
Kump 3Hong Kong4-1Philippines
26 Mei 1958 (Isnin)
Kump 1Formosa2-1Malaya
Rahim Omar
Kump 2India3-2Burma
Kump 3Japan0-1Philippines
Kump 4Israel4-0Persia
Kump 4Korea2-1Singapore
27 Mei 1958 (Selasa)
Kump 1Vietnam6-1Malaya
Rahim Omar (65'pen)
Kump 1Formosa3-1Pakistan
28 Mei 1958 (Rabu)
Kump 2India1-2Indonesia
Kump 3Japan0-2Hong Kong
Kump 4Israel2-1Singapore
Kump 4Korea5-0Persia
30 Mei 1958 (Jumaat)
QFFormosa2-0Israel
QFIndonesia5-2Philippines
QFHong Kong2-5India
QFKorea3-1Vietnam
31 Mei 1958 (Sabtu)
SFFormosa1-0Indonesia
SFKorea3-1India
01 Jun 1958 (Ahad)
BronzeIndonesia 4-1India
GoldFormosa3-2
(aet)
Korea

* Formosa (Chinese Taipei)
* Burma (Myanmar)
* Malaya (Malaysia)
* Persia (Iran)
* South Korea (Korea Republic)

Bolasepak Sukan Asia 1962


Sukan Asia 1962 Jakarta

Skuad Sukan Asia 1962 Jakarta
Coach: Choo Seng Quee

Malaya: Sexton Lourdes (Goal Keeper, Malacca), Ungku Ismail (Goal Keeper, Johore), Yee Seng Choy (Full Back, Perak), Ahmad Nazari (Full Back, Perak), Abdullah Nordin (Full Back, Selangor), Edwin C Dutton (Half Back Selangor), Boey Cheong Liam (Half Back, Penang), Kamaruddin Ahmad (Half Back, Perak), Abdul Ghani (Forward, Selangor), Robert Choe (Forward, Malacca), Richard Choe (19 Forward Malacca), Inder J. Singh (27 Half Back, Selangor), Foo Hock Chonn (21 Full Back Perak), Arthur Koh (Forward, Selangor), Stanley Gabrielle (Forward, Selangor), Mahat Ambu (Forward, Perak), Roslan Buang (Half Back, Selangor), V. Govindarajoo (Forward, Selangor), Ibrahim Mydin (18 Forward Penang)

* Ho Yoon Meng (Selangor) dan Pang Siang Hock (Penang) pada asalnya di pilih di gugurkan di sebabkan masalah perubatan.

Kump APMSKJBMt
South Vietnam3201914
Malaya32011864
Indonesia3201934
Philippines30031270
Kump BPMSKJBMt
South Korea3300626
India3201634
Japan3102342
Thailand30034100
25 Ogos 1962
AIndonesia0-1Vietnam
BJapan3-1Thailand
26 Ogos 1962
AMalaya
Govindarajoo (1 gol), Stanley Gabrielle (4 gol), Abdul Ghani (3 gol), Arthur Koh (4 gol), Robert Choe (1 gol), og (1 gol),
15-1Philippines
BSouth Korea2-0India
27 Ogos 1962
AIndonesia6-0Philippines
BSouth Korea3-2Thailand
28 Ogos 1962
AIndonesia2-3Malaya
Abdul Ghani (7'), Arthur Koh (58', 65')
BIndia4-1Thailand
29 Ogos 1962
ASouth Vietnam3-0Malaya
BIndia2-0Japan
30 Ogos 1962
ASouth Vietnam6-0Philippines
BSouth Korea1-0Japan
01 September 1962
SFSouth Vietnam2-3India
SFSouth Korea2-1Malaya
03 September 1962
BronzeSouth Vietnam1-4Malaya
04 September 1962
FinalIndia2-1Soith Korea