Who is Rosanan Samak?
Rosanan Samak is a Bruneian football coach and player, who played as a striker for the Brunei national football team which was known as Tebuan. The Tebuans, was known as a line-up of Brunei Team 99 that won the Malaysia Cup in 1999, together with Brian Bothwell, Rosli Liman, Patron Akakpo, Rosaidi Kamis, Said Abdullah etc. After retiring, he became assistant coach of the youth team, known by Bruneians as "Tebuan Muda", the former striker helped Tebuan Muda to a historic win over Indonesia 2-0 in the final of the Hassanal Bolkiah Trophy, a youth football tournament for U-21 players of South East Asia 2012. Before winning the tournament, the national U-21 side picked up silver medal in Borneo Games, one they foresees as a friendly practice prior to Hassanal Bolkiah Trophy tournament.
Samak attended various football clinics and coaching courses in Asian region prior to retirement to improve his coaching skills. In 2010, together with Liew Chuan Fue, attend a short course in Brazil, which then when implemented had proved to improve the capability of the Brunei Youth Team. The Brunei Youth Team made their debut in a local league
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on July 23, 2013
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