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KUALA TERENGGANU: Terengganu Menteri Besar Datuk Seri Ahmad Said has warned the state football team to "get its act together" or lose state funding.
Ahmad who witnessed the team's Super League match against lowly Kuala Lumpur at the Sultan Ismail Nasiruddin Shah Stadium here last night, was not happy with how the the team performed.
"I gave them an ultimatum last night. I am very disappointed with the way the team played and the FA of Terengganu needs to do something about this.
"I will not provide any additional allocations to this team because they did not show a good performamce," he told reporters here.
Terengganu, coached by Peter Butler and a top-notch team in the league, struggled to defeat the city boys 2-1 with the winning goal delivered only in the 84th minute by their Liberian import Francis Forkey Doe, who had also scored the team's first goal in the 13th minute.
According to Ahmad, the FA of Terengganu is given an annual allocation of RM4 million and that RM2 million had been disbursed so far but without acceptable results forthcoming. Bernama