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B. Sathianathan was born on 9 May, 1958 in Perak, Malaysia. Discover B. Sathianathan's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 62 years old?

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Age 63 years old
Zodiac Sign Taurus
Born 9 May 1958
Birthday 9 May
Birthplace Perak, Malaysia
Nationality Malaysia

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Timeline

2019

Regarding the continuation of playing in the Malaysia Football League throughout the Ramadhan fasting period , he mentioned that “Football leagues in Arabian countries (where the Muslim population are sometimes bigger than Malaysia) also don’t stop during Ramadhan. In fact, the festivities spirit are felt on the pitch too," as reported by FOX Sports Asia in an article.

2018

On 22 November 2018, Sathianathan was announced as Selangor FA new head coach in the team's Twitter posting. The announcement was made official the next day, in a live session with Sathianathan via Selangor's official Facebook page.

2017

Sathianathan were announced as the new Felda United F.C. head coach in February 2017. Under his helm, Felda secured 3rd place in the 2017 Malaysia Super League and semi-finals of the 2017 Malaysia Cup, and he were awarded Best Coach of the League by FAM for that year. Even though Felda has been demoted for failing to acquire Super League license for the next season, Sathianathan succeeded in guiding the team to win the 2018 Malaysia Premier League and promotion back to Super League at the first attempt. After Felda's 2018 Malaysia Cup journey ended in the quarter-finals, and following restructuring of the club management, Sathianathan announced that he will not continue coaching the team after the end of his contract that year.

2011

He was appointed the coach of ATM FA on November 2011. Under Sathianathan helm, ATM FA won the 2012 Malaysia Premier League, and an automatic promotion to the 2013 Malaysia Super League. Sathianathan succeeds in maintaining ATM as a Super League team for 3 seasons, and also a finalist of the 2013 Malaysia Cup, until he was relieved from his duties in April 2015.

2010

His first match as the head coach was the 2010 FIFA World Cup qualifier Asian zone against Bahrain. In the match, Malaysia lost 4-1 before draw 0-0 at Shah Alam. After ending the World Cup 2010 qualifying campaign, he then brought the under 23 side to the 2007 SEA Games in Thailand. The under-23 side also failed in the tournament after only managing 1 win, 1 draw and 1 defeat and for the first time since 1999 Malaysia failed to advance into the semifinal.

2009

In February 2009, Sathia one-year contract was terminated by FAM, after Malaysia was trashed by United Arab Emirates 5-0 in the 2011 AFC Asian Cup qualification match. Subsequently, he coached Kelantan FA from November 2009, and guided the team to 2010 Malaysia Cup triumph. He was forced to leave his post after being handed a 6-month coaching ban by FAM from January 2011 for criticizing the national football body, later taking up the post of CEO of Kelantan FA coaching.

2008

For 2008, Sathianathan bring the Malaysia best eleven to face Premier League giant Chelsea. Eventually the match was won by Chelsea by 2-0 and the squads did a good fight in the match as Chelsea head coach Luiz Felipe Scolari praise the Malaysia XI for giving a good fight against his team.

In 2008 Merdeka Tournament, Sathianathan again bring Malaysia into the final. Malaysia show impressive performance from the start of the tournament and did not conceded in all Merdeka Tournament match. However Sathianathan team lose 6-5 through a penalty shoot-out against Vietnam in the final.

In 2008 AFF Suzuki Cup, Sathia team start with convincing win over Laos. However, in the last two matches, his team lost 2-3 to Vietnam and beaten by host Thailand 3-0. The lost against the Thai's saw Malaysia exit the competition for the first time since 1998. Rumors also spread that he will be replaced by Indonesia former coach, Peter Withe because of his failure in 2008 AFF Suzuki Cup. However FAM decided to extend his contract for one more year with condition he must improve Malaysia FIFA ranking.

2006

In 2006, he was selected by Football Association of Malaysia to be the head coach for Malaysia under-23 side in the team preparation for the 2008 Olympic games qualifier. After winning the 2007 Merdeka Tournament, he was selected as the head coach for senior team by the FAM president Sultan Haji Ahmad Shah.

1992

Early in his career, he was the coach for Negeri Sembilan FA Gold Cup team in 1992. He held the assistant coach position for the national Olympic team in 1997-1999 and 2002-2004. He was also the assistant head coach at MPPJ FC in 2006 until the dissolution of the club, and acting as interim head coach for a short period after Michael Feichtenbeiner was relieved of his job.