Baddrol Bakhtiar

9 January 2017
Midfielder Baddrol Bakhtiar is enjoying his football with Kedah after numerous challenges, but he believes there is more to come from the Red Eagles in 2017...
21 December 2016
Like it or not, the foreign players tend to be more crucial in midfield for Malaysia Super League (MSL) teams, but these Malaysian midfielders got Vijhay Vick’s vote for the December 23 Malaysia Football Awards. 
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25 November 2016
Having been in the same situation at the 2014 AFF Suzuki Cup, Malaysia vice-captain Baddrol Bakhtiar believes the Tigers are fired up to once again qualify for the last four in the final Group B match against co-hosts Myanmar. 
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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15 November 2016
Malaysia will don a mostly black jersey for home matches and a white away kit at the AFF Suzuki Cup, a major change from the traditional yellow and black stripes from previous years.
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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25 August 2016
Following the premature international retirement of Malaysian skipper Safiq Rahim and co-captain Aidil Zafuan Abdul Radzak, Ong Kim Swee needs to pick a new general on the pitch. Vijhay Vick lists five suitable candidates for the armband. 
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22 June 2016
Goals from Amirul Hadi Zainal and Baddrol Bakhtiar inspired the Malaysians to a 2-1 come-from-behind win over New Caledonia in the Numa Daly Stadium in Noumea on Wednesday.
21 June 2016
After an embarrassing defeat by Papua New Guinea on Friday, Malaysia coach Ong Kim Swee is expected to field his strongest against New Caledonia on Wednesday. 
28 April 2016
Star-studded Johor Darul Ta’zim (JDT) have a one-goal deficit to overturn against a weakened Kedah while PKNS must score against rejuvenated Perak in Ipoh.

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