Karl-Heinz Weigang was not happy despite his Perak team winning against Selangor to secure Super League stay
Perak climbed out the table into 6th position in the Super League and is now mathematically safe from relegation. Amazingly, if results on the final day go in the favour of Perak, they could finish as high as 4th in the table.
The Bos Gaurus came out victorious against The Red Giants courtesy of an own goal by Ugo Ukah but Karl-Heinz Weigang was from happy with the display on show.
“Not at all [happy] because we did not play. This is not football. For me this is kampong football, for both sides. I’m a professional and all these players on the field today, they are professionals. They are well-paid. When Selangor conceded that goal, they gave up. Actually maybe you can see Selangor playing for a draw. We came here to win but not in this way.”
The wily German did not mince his word and was particularly unhappy with the contribution of Elias Oliveira who he deemed unable to follow his instructions.
“That is not football that I teach. I want to play football where people participate in the game for 90 minutes. 90 minutes movement. 90 minutes ball play. When my team was playing in the first half, our right winger a professional from Brazil is in the centre and he was asked to stay on the outside line.”
Elias was not the only one who caught the ire of Karl-Heinz Weigang as he’s also pinpoints one local player who has failed to live up his expectations.
“Now my player of the month is not performing for me, which you have seen today. After he became the player of the month, all of the sudden he cannot perform or score goals anymore. How can I be happy?”
Weigang puts the blame on the league organisers and continues his consistent rally cry against what he perceived as poor handling of the schedule causing to the deterioration of game quality.
“Usually when I come to Selangor, the house is full. I was here one week ago and I was here 14 days ago. But this is not football and that is why the crowd doesn’t come. But the new league administrators do not understand this. All football people are tired. Perak played 15 matches in 45 days. Selangor had to play two more. I was lucky to be out of Malaysia Cup. Otherwise we may not survive and meet our target of surviving in the Super League.”
After this win over Selangor, Perak has given the players some time off as the next game for The Bos Gaurus will only be played on the 22nd October. It might be a weird one for Weigang as he could potentially find his players returning fresh and ready to go but only the one final match to play. All thanks to the scheduling in place.
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