BACHOK – The Red Warriors (TRW) FC plan to build training centres that will be equipped with complete facilities involving an allocation of between RM5 and RM10 million.
TRW FC owner Norizam Tukiman said three locations including in Kota Baharu have been identified for the construction of the training centres to provide convenience to players.
“Apart from changing room, dining area and restroom, the centres will also be equipped with the football turf that meets the standards set by the International Football Federation (FIFA),” he told reporters after the launch of TRW FC new jersey here last night.
Norizam said the plan was among the proactive measures drawn up in a bid to bring back the football team’s glory days and help players to be more competitive.
Meanwhile, he said TRW FC would hold a series of friendly matches against various teams including from Japan to test the ability of the players and improve their performance.
He said TRW FC are also aiming to at least finish in the top five of the Malaysia Cup competition.
“We also aim for the TRW FC team to be the first football club to be listed on the Malaysian stock market by 2025,” he added.
On the new jersey, Norizam said it is sold at a very affordable price of between RM69 and RM99 per set.