KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 12 (Bernama) -- A number of former national sepak takraw players want comprehensive changes in the Malaysian Sepaktakraw Association (PSM), including its leadership.
Former Malaysian Sepak Takraw Players Welfare and Recreation Sport Club president Rommi Suhendra said national sepak takraw needed a new leader to bring back the glory of sepak takraw in the country and the region.
He regretted the absence of sepak takraw development programmes or the organisation of major championships.
"PSM has failed to churn out new talent. By right, Malaysian sepak takraw should become an example to other countries," he told reporters at the Titiwangsa Indoor Stadium, here, Sunday.
"Every state must have a strong team. For example, if South Korea wants a match with the national team, they must fight with a state team before meeting the national squad. This should be practiced in sepak takraw," said Rommi, 35.....