Ahmad Hazwan Bakri

16 November 2016
The Suzuki Cup is traditionally a low-scoring affair, but next month someone will walk away with the prized Golden Boot. So who are this year's contenders? Read on to find out...
16 November 2016
Struck by injuries, retirement and unexplained omissions, Malaysia take a presumably weaker squad to the AFF Suzuki Cup. Yet expectations are high and these five players need to turn up at the regional tournament if the Tigers are to stand a chance. 
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16 September 2016
With the Thai Premier League (TPL) mulling a rule change to encourage clubs to sign Asean players, the doors have opened wider for Malaysians to ply their trade in the region’s best league. FourFourTwo takes a look at the suitable candidates... 
4 September 2016
The international retirement of four key players has forced Malaysia coach Ong Kim Swee to alter his pack. Vijhay Vick lists the Tigers who could start against arch-rivals Indonesia...
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5 August 2016
How did members of the national team react to the Suzuki Cup draw held recently in Myanmar? Shock? Happiness? FourFourTwo spoke to them to find out... 
27 June 2016
Of late, Malaysia have struggled for goals on the international front. With the Suzuki Cup just months away, these are some strikers who could just solve the Tigers' scoring woes...
10 May 2016
Malaysian coach Ong Kim Swee is expected to name his squad next week ahead of the two-legged 2019 Asian Cup qualifying playoff against Timor Leste in the beginning of June. Vijhay Vick lists several players that have impressed recently and can be considered for the national team, including those that missed the previous call-up due to injury. 
1 May 2016
Malaysians failed to make the cut on this year's Asia 50 list, which was dominated by European-based players, many of which hailed from Japan, South Korea and Australia. But here are five Malaysians that could be in the reckoning next year... 
4 April 2016
Super League | Selayang Stadium | Tuesday 5 April | 9pm 
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4 April 2016
Eager to make a return to first-team action, Ahmad Hazwan Bakri feels he may need a couple of matches to get back into rhythm, telling FourFourTwo his comeback shouldn’t be seen as Selangor’s new hope.

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