PETALING JAYA: Football Association of Malaysia's (FAM) Local Competitions Committee will have an open brainstorming sessions on Sept 29 and 30 at Grand Bluewave Hotel, Shah Alam to improve the M-League.
The committee, headed by Datuk Hamidin Mohd Amin, will then submit their findings to the executive committee on Oct 4.
It will also be decided if foreign players should be allowed back into the league.
“This is a critical moment for us," said Hamidin after the committee had their first meeting at Wisma FAM yesterday.
“We have to know if foreign players will improve the league, increase gate collections and most importantly, how it will affect the development of local players.
“If we decide to allow them back, it will only happen in 2012."Though he didn't have the figures, Hamidin added most teams suffered at the gates, the exception being Kelantan
.COMMENT - this happens every bloody year and every bloody year not a whole lot changes. If you have a hot air balloon it might be worth hanging round Shah Alam...