I will start with a brief history about Mr. Milan Macala’s impact on football in our region since 1996 to present.Macala, took Kuwait to victory in the Gulf Cup twice(1996, 1998).He then briefly coached the United Arab Emirates in 1997 before being hired by the Saudi federation.The Czech veteran however was sacked by Saudi’s football association in October 2000 following its defeat to Japan in the Asian Nations Cup. He was finally hired by the Omani Football Association to act as the head coach of the Omani national side. Let us follow his journey in Oman and outline his advantages and pitfalls.No one can deny the great and important role Milan Macala has played over the years with our Omani national team. He has improved our skills and tactics significantly and as a result, we qualified for the Asian Cup finals in 2004 for the first time under his reign. Although this might not appear to be a great achievement but to us it was an impressive one. Since then, Oman has become a fearful team in the region if not in all of Asia and has climbed up in the FIFA ranking system.In 2004, we competed in the Gulf… Read full this story
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