Wednesday, 29 August 2018

Ashari wants to prove his venomous skills

By news-admin – Terengganu FC (TFC) striker ‘The Silent Killer’, Mohamad Ashari Samsudin did not want his presence in the Penyu squad to be just a fill in but he was determined to prove his presence was venomous.

Despite being overshadowed by his teammate, sensational scorer, Kipre Tchetche, Mohamad Ashari, 33, is still confident with his ability to help the team.

In addition, the 2010 Gold Blade winner after the 18-goal blast was ready to use his experience to help Penyu’s squad take on Perak’s challenge on September 2 before finishing Group A with Kuala Lumpur on Sept. 15.

“As a professional player I have to work hard to improve myself especially with regard to finishing in every game to help the team even if our squad has a quality import scorer from Ivory Coast.

“Therefore, for this edition of the Malaysia Cup, I was determined to devote all the experience to help the team move to the final stage and then claim the prestigious trophy after Terengganu last won in 2001,” said Mohd Ashari.

Based on the record, since the beginning of the matches in the Malaysian League (Liga M) scene since 2005, the former 1.80-meter national striker has managed to produce 71 goals in his 200 appearances with Terengganu and three goals in the Malaysia Cup so far.

About his team’s ability to qualify for the quarterfinals, Mohd Ashari refused to be overconfident and is instead expecting a consistent fight from his teammates.

The Rawai Bukit Payong, Marang born player also keep in mind and advise teammates not to be quick to settle for the final minutes of the match.

“We do not want to be disappointed for the third time after missing out on the chance to win the Super League and the FA Cup, so high fighting spirit and real action is expected to be shown,” he said.

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