KUALA LUMPUR, March 14 (Bernama) -- The Malaysian Armed Forces (ATM) are seen to have been crippled and expected to have a hard time in their Super League match against Selangor at Selayang Stadium Saturday after four of their key players were confirmed injured.
They were striker Marlon Alex James with a back injury, defenders K. Reuben and Amiridzwan Taj Tajuddin (knee) while right winger Christie Jayaseelan was injured on the thigh.
"Our casualty list is getting longer with Marlon, Reuben and Taj out of the list, while Christie is not 100 per cent fit," said ATM chief coach, B. Sathianathan in their website www.atmfa.my.
Sathianathan, however, was optimistic that The Gladiators would rise to the occasion in Saturday's match after losing 1-4 to Pahang in Kuantan last week.
"Frankly, our last match was the worst since I took over as ATM coach in 2012.....