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SHAH ALAM, April 8 —The FAM-MSN project finally got their first point in the Premier League with a 2-2 draw against Kuching City FC last night.
Coach Yusri Che Lah said it indirectly gave the players and the team’s management a positive boost for the upcoming matches.
"I am thankful, it took the seventh match to get the valuable point, what matters is not just the point earned, but the commitment of the players. The development meant for the (FAM-MSN Project) players takes a long time," he told a press conference after the match last night.
He said the players bounced back after losing 5-0 to Johor Darul Ta'zim II last Sunday.
The players showed a positive attitude and worked hard to get the win in the 80th minute of the game despite having to slow down the game in the last 10 minutes, he added.
Meanwhile, Kuching City FC assistant head coach Sulaiman Hussin said the FAM-MSN Project showed a more enthusiastic game, but a simple mistake by his team resulted in two goals being scored by the opponents.
“Today we didn’t play as planned, in the worst case scenario, we didn’t lose and got one point away. Although all the teams took full points with the FAM-MSN Project, today I see that they are better than us and the one point is fair for both teams,” he added.