Malaysian national football team coach Kim Pan-gon takes on the challenge of a cliffhanger for the 2026 FIFA North and Central America World Cup Asian final qualifiers. The Football Association of Malaysia (FAM) is providing full support to coach Kim and the Malaysian players, including charter flights, to achieve optimal results.

Malaysia, led by coach Kim, will play an away game to Kyrgyzstan in the 5th round of Group D of the North and Central America World Cup Asia 2nd qualifying round scheduled for 00:00 (Korean time) on the 7th at Spartak Stadium in Bishkek, and then at Bukit Jalil National Stadium in Kuala Lumpur at 10:00 p.m. on the 11th. They will clash with Chinese Taipei in the upcoming 6th round.

As of now, after 4 games, Malaysia is ranked 3rd in Group D with 6 points from 2 wins, 2 losses, 6 goals, and 5 conceded. They were at the top of the group before the two-game series of the second qualifying round in March, but their ranking dropped significantly after losing twice home and away to Oman. The current leader in Group D is Kyrgyzstan (9 points) with 3 wins and 1 loss. Kyrgyzstan is tied with Oman, who has the same record, in terms of points, but is ahead of them in points.

Kyrgyzstan’s pace is very good, but Malaysia has no reason to be afraid. Malaysia defeated Kyrgyzstan at home last November. After falling behind by a score of 1-3, they achieved a 4-3 victory, sending Malaysian soccer fans into a frenzy. If Malaysia wants to advance to the final qualifying round, it must first defeat Kyrgyzstan. As they are playing their last game against Chinese Taipei, who are on a scoreless home losing streak, if they win, they can push Kyrgyzstan out of the top 2, which gives them a ticket to the final qualifying round.

Coach Kim greatly emphasized the Kyrgyzstan trip when he met with in Kuala Lumpur last November. However, he said that since there is no direct flight to Bishkek, where the game will be held, preparations for this trip must be thorough.

Fortunately, the Malaysian Football Association is acting in accordance with Coach Kim’s wishes. Many Malaysian media outlets, including , reported that the Malaysian Football Association will use a direct route to Bishkek on a chartered flight by its official sponsor, Malaysia Airlines. Accordingly, Coach Kim and his players were able to quickly arrive at the site, adapt, and prepare for the match.

The Malaysian Super League is also keeping pace. Stuart Ramalingam, CEO of the Malaysian League, indicated in an interview that he would allow 7 to 9 days more time for the selection of players from the Malaysian League. Thanks to this, Coach Kim was able to have additional time of up to 9 days in addition to the mandatory national team call-up period. Attention is focused on whether Coach Kim, backed by his support, can create a craze similar to that of Indonesian coach Shin Tae-yong in June.

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