|Nationality Malaysia||Name Ahmad Akil|
|Born April 25, 1939 (1939-04-25) Alor Star, Kedah, Malaysia|
Known for Managing Kedah FA and the Malaysia national football team
Died July 15, 2008, Alor Setar, Malaysia
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Dato' Paduka Haji Ahmad Basri bin Mohd Akil (25 April 1939 in Alor Star – 15 July 2008) was the team manager for Kedah FA and for the Malaysia national football team.
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- Dato paduka ahmad basri akil kembali ke rahmatullah
- Kedah Administrative and Kedah Civil Servant
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Born in Alor Setar,he had 8 children,and more 11 grandchild, he managed Kedah Football Team Kedah FA for the first time in 1986. He was considered the 'father' of football development in Kedah. He built the state team to become a force in local football culminating in their winning the Malaysia Cup in 1990 by beating Singapore 3-1 in the final. The former Kedah Football Association (KFA) Vice President was a personality who criticised FAM and was suspended for four years and had to relinquish all posts in the national association and also for any posts KFA (2001–2005). His quest to take the Kedah team to the pinnacle of football success began when he launched a five-year plan (1987–1991) to wrest the Malaysia Cup when he was KFA vice-president. The late Ahmad Basri was also the national team's manager in the 1989 SEA Games when he led the national team for winning SEA Games Gold Medal and Kedah manager from 1986 till 1996 and 2006-2007. He was suspended again by FAM in 2007 for another three years when he criticised FAM again for failing to develop Malaysian football at national level.
He was buried at the Alor Merah Muslim Cemetery.