K. Devan (Selangor)
Considerably successful with Negeri Sembilan, Devan's management skills are highly sought after. Took Kuala Muda Naza to the Premier League title last year.
K. Rajagopal @ K. Rajagobal (Harimau Muda boss)
Having coached Selangor and Kelantan in previous years, the ex-international who partnered Supermokh in the late 70s, took over the national Under-20 squad from Jorvan Vieira in 2004 and has been tasked to form a decent squad for the Laos SEA Games.
Dollah Salleh (Shahzan Muda)
My most abiding memory of this dribbling wizard remains his wonderful left-footed strike against South Korea in the 1985 pre-World Cup clash at the Merdeka Stadium. Led Selangor MPPJ to the Malaysia Cup title in 2003 and Selangor to the treble in 2005.
Wan Jamak Wan Hassan (Negeri Sembilan)
The reserve right-back in Karl Weigang's 1980 Olympic squad, Wan Jamak quit the national team following the Jakarta SEA Games debacle in 1997, a year after he guided the team to the runners-up spot in the inaugural Tiger Cup in Singapore.
Read here and here but I wonder why FAM exco member Hamidin Mohd Amin spoke about the national team when he is not directly involved in the management side.
FAM do not take too kindly of officials who encroached into other people's territory. By right the ones allowed to issue statements pertaining to the national team on behalf of the national body are the president, the team manager, the technical committee chairman and the general secretary.