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Full name  Ong Kim Swee
1991-1992  Malacca
Position  Midfielder
Years  Team
Spouse  Alodle Donna Derick
Role  Football manager
Place of birth  Malacca, Malaysia
Name  Ong Swee

Ong Kim Swee looking afar while wearing eyeglasses black, white and yellow sweatshirt at the Bukit Jalil National Stadium

Playing position  Midfielder (Retired)

Date of birth   (1970-12-11) 11 December 1970 (age 50)

Similar  Dollah Salleh, Brad Maloney, Lim Teong Kim

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Ong Kim Swee (Chinese: 王金瑞; pinyin: Wáng Jīn Ruì) is a Malaysian football manager and former footballer. He currently in charge as head coach of Malaysia U-22.

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Ong Kim Swee wearing eyeglasses and an orange t-shirt during the Philippines vs Malaysia press conference

He spent most of his career playing for East Malaysian teams, notably Sarawak and Sabah during the mid 90's.

Ong Kim Swee looking afar while wearing eyeglasses and a black jacket

Ong is a supporter of Premier League club Arsenal Football Club.

Ong Kim Swee wearing a black and orange t-shirt, eyeglasses, id, and black pants

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Playing career

Ong Kim Swee, in one of his interviews, wearing eyeglasses, blue checkered long sleeves, and a black coat

Ong began his career as a player for Malacca in the early 90's. He was a member of the Malaysia Olympic teams nicknamed Barcelona 1992 under Chow Kwai Lam.

In 1993 Ong joined Sarawak FA for whom he played two seasons before being controversially transferred to Sabah FA in late 1994. With Sabah he won the Malaysia FA Cup in 1995 and M-League in 1996.

Ong Kim Swee talking to someone while wearing eyeglasses and a black t-shirt

Ong made his full international debut against Kuwait on 22 September 1994. He was a member of the Malaysian squad for the 1994 Asian Games and also played for a Malaysian Selection side who famously held Flamengo to a 1-1 draw in an exhibition match in 1995.

Managerial career

Ong coached Malacca FA in 2005. In 2009, Ong took over as head coach of Harimau Muda from Datuk K. Rajagopal. He won the 2009 Malaysia Premier League with Harimau Muda that year. He was the manager of the Malaysia national under-23 football team which competed in the 2012 Olympic Qualifiers and 2011 Southeast Asian Games.

Ong also coached the club side of Malaysia U-23 squad, Harimau Muda A, who currently competes in Australia's National Premier Leagues Queensland.

In 2015, Ong was appointed as head coach of Malaysia national football team after the resignation of the previous coach Dollah Salleh. Despite a series of disappointing results in World Cup qualification on 18 January 2016 Ong was handed a new two-year contract in charge of the national team.

Managerial honours

Harimau Muda
  • Malaysia Premier League (1): 2009
  • Malaysia U23
  • SEA Games Gold Medal (1): 2011
  • SEA Games Silver Medal (1): 2017
  • Merdeka Tournament (1): 2013
  • Bangabandhu Cup (1) : 2015
  • References

    Ong Kim Swee Wikipedia


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