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Applying the total force model of Holland, Malaysia's goal is to dominate Asian football

Applying the total force model of Holland, Malaysia's goal is to dominate Asian football

Malaysia's New Strait Times has published a detailed plan showing the ambition to make this country an Asian football powerhouse.

The New Strait Times newspaper published an article about the Malaysian Football Federation holding a big plan to comprehensively change football. The program is named Malaysia Way following the F: 30 route, making Malaysia the Asian football powerhouse in 2030.

The focus of the program is to build a football game with a homogeneous play style, from the young age to the highest level, call it the Malaysian football teams will share a similar playing DNA. .

The Malaysian players will later shape the play right from the start of toddling into professional football training. This idea comes from CEO Peter De Roon (Netherlands) and officially applies from the beginning of 2019.

Applying the total force model of Holland, Malaysias goal is to dominate Asian football

The program consists of 4 important processes in the game: controlling the ball, switching state when losing the ball, doing nothing when there is no ball and switching state when gaining the ball.

The construction method will focus on 4 stages of development, including the potential discovery stage (5-8 years), skill development (9-12 years), practice on matches (13-16 years old) ), and improve performance (17 years and older).

The DNA construction plan for Malaysian football underscores the main lineup used to be 4-3-3 and its variants. This is the tactic that the Dutch attacking football often uses. Dutch technical director Peter De Roon is a big influence on this style of play.

“In football, we can't wait for things to happen, but think first. It's about how to play football, how to play, how we talk to young players, ”said Peter de Roo.

Applying the total force model of Holland, Malaysias goal is to dominate Asian football

At AFF Cup 2018, Malaysia played offensive football with a large ball control time. However, they still lost to Vietnam in the final. But FAM believes that the Malaysia Way program is consistent with the way the football is pursued so it believes and applies.