|Full name||Azman bin Adnan|
|Date of birth||1 November 1971|
|Place of birth||Kem Terendak, Malacca, Malaysia|
|Height||1.76 m (5 ft 9 1⁄2 in)|
|PDRM FA (Head Coach)|
|1989-1992||Kuala Lumpur FA||225||(129)|
|2000-2001||Negeri Sembilan FA||23||(19)|
|2003||Negeri Sembilan FA||12||(7)|
|2013-2014||PDRM FA (Assistant coach)|
|2014-2015||PDRM FA (Head Coach)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 5 August 2014.
‡ National team caps and goals correct as of 5 August 2014
Azman Adnan (born on 1 November 1971) is a former Malaysian footballer who last played for Negeri Sembilan FA before retiring. He is also a former member of the Malaysian pre-Olympic team and also the Malaysian national team. He also played for Malaysia national futsal team, and was in the squad that took part in the 1996 FIFA Futsal World Championship in Spain. He previously won the Malaysia Premier League 1 Golden Boots as he scored 13 goals for Penang FA in 1999. He is a former head coach for PDRM FA.
He is an avid Selangor FA fan since he was kid. His father was soldier from Kajang, Selangor and his mother are from Pedas, Negeri Sembilan. During 1993-1998, he partnered with Rusdi Suparman in front as they became the formidable striker duo for Selangor FA. He was a Selangor FA legend after he spent a long time playing with them. He won many trophies in Malaysian football such as the M-League title, the Malaysian FA Cup and the Malaysia Cup. He was described as the 'next Mokhtar Dahari' in Malaysian football.
He retired in 2003 with his last club Negeri Sembilan FA. Now he works as coach at youth academy in Kuala Lumpur with DBKL. He was also one of eight couples that joined reality TV "Sehati Berdansa" (in Astro Ria channel) in 2007.
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