Khamis, 17 Mei 2007


Mokhtar Dahari was a legendary for Malaysian National Football Team. Was Born on 13 November 1953. He was one of the best players in Whole Asia in '70s.

The Fan called him "Supermokh" including the young generation fan who tried to imitate his move. Along with goalkeeper R Arumugam, defenders Santokh Singh and Soh Chin Aun, midfielders Reduan Abadullah and Shukor Salleh and Mokhtar's partner upfront Isa Bakar, Mokhtar Dahari's Selangor and Malaysia was a force to be reckoned with in the '70s.

In international games, he helped Malaysia score a total of 125 goals in 167 caps. Malaysia vs Arsenal F.C. Malaysia won 2-0 and Mokhtar scored both goals. He scored a goal in a 1-1 draw against England B in 1978 by dribbling past half of the England B Team.

This Number 10 of Selangor also had a friendly game against another no.10, Diego Maradona's Boca Juniors in 1982.

Mokhtar died at the age of thirty nine of Muscular Dystrophy11 July 1991. For Malaysian, Supermokh is the finest Malaysia footballer that we ever have...

Below is a bio about SuperMokh :

Club Soccer:-
1970: Darul Afiah (Division Two)
1972: Selangor Economic Development Corporation (PKNS)
1984: Talasco Insurance
1986: Kwong Yik Bank

State Duty
Played for Selangor in the 1972 Burnley Cup (Sarawak)
Played for Selangor in the Malaysia Cup Series from 1972-1986
Selangor Asst coach from 1987-1988
National Duty:-
Merdeka Tournament: 1972-1984
Asian Games: 1974 (Teheran), 1978 (Bangkok)
Sea Games: 1975 (Bangkok), 1977 (Kuala Lumpur), 1979 (Jakarta)
Final appearence for Malaysia: Pre-olympics in Seoul in 1985

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