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E&Y skipper Boon Huat calls ..., 28 July 2007 [cached]
E&Y skipper Boon Huat calls for extra effort from his players in final
E&Y skipper Boon Huat calls for extra effort from his players in final
Boon Huat, who has scored 14 goals, said he and the other forwards needed to put greater effort in the final against Tenaga Nasional.
We need that little extra and I believe that if the forwards can deliver then we will win the title," said Boon Huat.
Boon Huat also knows well enough that Tenaga are a bunch of fighters.After all, he started his playing career in the Malaysian Hockey League with Tenaga Nasional in 1999.
He has a league medal with Tenaga and two league titles with Ernst and Young.
But the overall title has been elusive for his present team Ernst and Young.
Boon Huat said that Tenaga also has a balanced side and their ability to come up with winners will be a factor to consider.
"They have been playing very well in the knockout stage and that makes them a real contender.Besides the forward line, all our other departments also need to be on their toes and cut out the unforced errors in their game,' he said.
Boon Huat said that the two penalty corner flickers from either team could also decide the outcome in the final.
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E&Y's Chua Boon Huat (centre) attempts a shot as a Royal Thai Airforce player defends the unmanned goal in the final of the Asian Champion Clubs Cup yesterday. E&Y won 13-2. Pic: HAIRUL ANUAR ABD RAHIM.
E&Y's Chua Boon Huat (centre) attempts a shot as a Royal Thai Airforce player defends the unmanned goal in the final of the Asian Champion Clubs Cup yesterday. E&Y won 13-2. Pic: HAIRUL ANUAR ABD RAHIM.
Porous backline a worry for E&Y ..., 10 July 2007 [cached]
Porous backline a worry for E&Y captain Boon Huat
Boon Huat said that they had national defenders in their ranks but they had been a letdown in the last few matches.
"In conceding the second goal to Tenaga, three of our defenders failed to clear a cross and Kelvinder (Singh) collected it easily to beat goalkeeper Roslan (Jamaluddin)," said Boon Huat, who is in his fourth season with the team.
"I scored a goal to put us 4-2 up in the 66th minute but hardly a minute later, Tenaga capitalised on another of our defensive lapses to score."
The national defenders in the Ernst and Young team are Megat Azrafiq Megat Termizi, Zulkifli Rejab, Mohd Shahrun Nabil and Mohd Shukri Abdul Mutalib.
Boon Huat said that he had brought up the matter to team coaches and hoped that the defenders would give their best in the remaining two matches.
Ernst and Young and Sapura are tied with 32 points from 14 matches.But Sapura are in front on a better goal difference - a +34 against +33 for Ernst and Young.
"We should register a big win over BJSS (Bukit Jalil Sports School) on Wednesday.But we can expect a tough match against Maybank on Friday," said Boon Huat.
"We took a 2-0 lead against Maybank last week but because of poor defending we allowed the opponents to share points."
Boon Huat will not see action against BJSS tomorrow after collecting a green card in the match against Tenaga.
He has to serve a one-match suspension for having accumulated eight demerit points.
"My absence will not be felt against BJSS.I will be back to lead my team against Maybank and we will go all out to beat them to retain the title," he said.
Boon Huat seeking new challenge in England [cached]
KUALA LUMPUR - National skipper Chua Boon Huat will set out on his second overseas stint by joining an English club on attachment to enhance his playing skills.This time around Boon Huat will train with Teddington Hockey Club from Nov 1 to Dec 14 and see action in the Eng-lish Hockey League's Pre-mier Division from Jan 27 to May 9 next year.Boon Huat is the sole national player to have taken up an offer to play in the German league back in April 2002.During his stint, he did not disappoint his club (Red And White Munich) when he produced some creditable performances to help his team achieve some crucial wins against more fancied clubs.
During his three-month stint in Germany, Boon Huat scored seven goals in nine matches, all field goals though he is a reknown penalty corner taker for the national team.His German stint also saw a marked improvement in his game as was evident during the 2002 Busan Asian Games in South Korea, where Malaysia defied all odds to beat Pakistan 4-2 for the bronze medal a feat achieved after 12 years."I never regretted my stint in Germany as it made me more a versatile and wiser player and I believe my stint in England will also help me to pick up a few new pointers," he told Bernama here yesterday.Boon Huat who will be in England for about six months said the league will be of very high standard and more competitive than the Malaysian league.
"I have been playing in the Malaysia Hockey League all this while.It's been interesting but there is room for better challenges.Now I am looking forward to my stint in England and the chance to play alongside some really good players and opposition," said the Ernst and Young (E&Y) stalwart.He was instrumental in E&Y's fine run in the MHL, helping them finish runner-up in the league and overall races."The only way for us to improve is to go out and venture into competitive leagues abroad," he said.However, his departure for England will depend on the Malaysia Hockey Federation and National Sports Council (NSC)."In principal, the NSC had agreed to release me for the stint and I'm waiting for a favourable reply from the MHF as I have sought some monetary assistance from NSC and MHF to cover my daily expenditures there," he said. - Bernama
Light and easy: Malaysia captain ..., 13 May 2007 [cached]
Light and easy: Malaysia captain Chua Boon Huat (right) and his teammates doing some light training at their hotel in Ipoh ahead of their final match against Australia today. - SAIFUL BAHRI / The Star
Jiwa Mohan, one of the three experienced players, will take over the left back slot and skipper Chua Boon Huat will also be asked to play deeper down as a cover for the backline.
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