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Shamsurin Abdul Rahman (Malaysian footballer)

Place of birth  Malacca, Malaysia
Name  Shamsurin Rahman
Years  Team
Role  Malaysian footballer
1988-1992  Malacca FA
Playing position  Forward
1993-1999  Sarawak FA

Shamsurin Abdul Rahman (Malaysian footballer) Shamsurin Abdul Rahman Wikipedia
Full name  Shamsurin bin Abdul Rahman
Date of birth  (1967-07-07) 7 July 1967 (age 48)

Shamsurin Abdul Rahman (born 7 July 1967) is a former Malaysian footballer.


Shamsurin started his career at Malacca FA, but is more known is his 7-year stint as a Sarawak FA player, whom coach Alan Vest brought together with Mazelan Wahid and Ong Kim Swee from Malacca FA in 1993. As a striker, he was partnered with players such as John Hunter, Affendi Julaihi and Alistair Edwards during his stay at Sarawak.

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Shamsurin also played for Malaysia national football team, and was in the squad for the inaugural 1996 Tiger Cup tournament, where Malaysia finished as runner-up in the final against Thailand national football team. Shamsurin scored 4 goals in the tournament.

After retiring as professional player, Shamsurin moved into coaching. He coached Sarawak FA's Malaysia President Cup (under-21) squad from 2011.


Shamsurin Abdul Rahman (Malaysian footballer) Wikipedia

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