#KLSEAGames: Women’s national futsal players vying for a spot in final 14

With 112 days to go, all of our national athletes are training hard to prep for the 2017 Kuala Lumpur SEA Games.

The national womens’ futsal team is no exception – the girls are hard at work, both training and playing matches leading up to the SEA Games in August.

According national futsal player, Steffi Sarge Kaur, the national women’s futsal team are gearing up for two friendly matches to keep their momentum going.

Under head coach Muizzuddin Haris, the women’s futsal squad will be going up against Perak’s women futsal team, and Perak’s U-16 boy’s futsal team this week.

However, Steffi is also worried about the lack of competitive games after the two aforementioned matches, as they have about three more months to go before the SEA Games in August.

“There are a few things we need to work on. Based on our trainings, we have to improve on passing and ball control, and we need to do it before the SEA Games.” the 28-year-old Perak-born told Stadium Astro.

“And of course, everyone needs to perform to their best ability during training.” she added.

Steffi also mentioned that the women’s futsal team might travel outside of Malaysia for further futsal training.

Coach Muizzuddin Haris has yet to reveal his finalised list of players for 2017 Kuala Lumpur SEA Games, so the girls are still vying for a spot in the final 14 list.

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