| Victor a/l Andrag|
| (1976-03-29) 29 March 1976 (age 39)|
Bedong, Kedah, Malaysia
Kedah FA (youth coach)
Victor Andrag Wikipedia
Victor Andrag (born 29 March 1976 in Bedong, Kedah), is a Malaysian former footballer, chiefly associated with Kedah and was captain of the team. Victor plays as a central defender. During his career at Kedah, Victor has won every honour the club are eligible for with the exception of the AFC Cup.
Victor was raised in Bedong, a small town in Kedah and located 12 km to the north of Sungai Petani, to Andrag Narimuthu and Anamah Joseph. The young Victor was a 400 metres track athlete during his schoolboy of Sultan Abdul Hamid College, Alor Star. He started his football career with Kedah Ansell FC, a club based in Kulim.
One of the longest-serving players and highly experienced of the team starting from 2002, Victor was given the captain's armband after the departure of Akmal Rizal Ahmad Rakhli and Mohd Fauzi Nan. He was at the heart of the Kedah defence under Mohd Azraai Khor Abdullah though previous coach Jørgen Erik Larsen preferred to use him as a full-back. Victor's height and strength makes him a towering figure at the centre of the Kedah defence.
After retiring from playing professionally, Victor worked as assistant coach at Penang FA in 2012, assisting head coach János Krecska. After Penang, he returned to Kedah FA as a youth coach.
For international stages he is also a part of Allan Harris team, Malaysia national football team during 2002 Tiger Cup . He only made two appearances in the tournament, against Laos and Vietnam.Malaysia Super League: 2006-07, 2007–08
Malaysia Premier League: 2002, 2005–06
Malaysia FA Cup: 2007, 2008
Malaysia Cup: 2007, 2008
FAM Football Awards - Most Favourite Defender: 2007-08