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21 February 2017
On our list of the best players under the age of 20 hailing from Southeast Asia, we've identified the absolute top young prospects from across the region. Now that we've selected them, just what heights do we think they can reach in their careers?
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3 February 2017
Malaysia coach Ong Kim Swee and assistant Brad Maloney will undergo a month-long stint at English side Queens Park Rangers (QPR) starting February 7 before returning to navigate Malaysia’s 2019 Asian Cup qualifying campaign.
24 January 2017
Malaysia have their work cut out for them after being handed a difficult draw for the final round of Asian Cup qualifiers. FourFourTwo takes a look at their opponents, what changes fans could see and hear what a couple of internationals think of the challenge ahead.
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23 January 2017
Malaysia coach Ong Kim Swee says his team faces an uphill battle to secure a place at the 2019 Asian Cup after the third round qualifying draw was made in Abu Dhabi on Monday.
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23 January 2017
Any hopes Malaysian fans had that 2017 will be a better year than the past two were dealt a major blow with almost the toughest draw imaginable for 2019 Asian Cup qualification on Monday.
9 December 2016
Following a disappointing Suzuki Cup campaign, Malaysia are desperately in need of a fresh injection of youth, particularly defensively. Here we present five options Ong Kim Swee could turn to...
7 September 2016
Continued defensive woes and the lack of bite up front ensured Malaysia a demoralising loss against neighbours Indonesia. Vijhay Vick lists several observations from the poor outing on Tuesday evening.
14 July 2016
Malaysian captain Safiq Rahim shocked the country's footballing public this week with his decision to quit the national scene, along with two of his teammates so far. John Duerden argues Safiq's decision needs to be swiftly reversed...
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13 July 2016
Shocked by the retirement of two stalwarts, Malaysian coach Ong Kim Swee has accepted Safiq Rahim and Aidil Zafuan Abdul Radzak’s decision to quit the national team, but insists the door is always open should they decide to make a U-turn.
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21 June 2016
Malaysia head coach Ong Kim Swee will ditch his intentions to test players against New Caledonia after the team drew heavy criticism following their 2-0 loss to Papua New Guinea last Friday. 

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