Dollah Salleh

9 December 2016
Twenty years ago, Malaysia reached the inaugural Tiger Cup final, where they fell 1-0 to a solitary strike from Thai great Kiatisuk Senamuang. Here, Vijhay Vick tracks the movements of Wan Jamak Wan Hassan’s starting line-up these days…
20 October 2016
Asia Tenggara cukup kaya dengan sejarah bola sepak dengan gabungan pasukan-pasukan gergasi dan juga kelab-kelab yang kurang ternama. Pada edisi kedua siri terkini, FourFourTwo mengimbau memori yang ditinggalkan oleh pasukan Selangor MPPJ yang pernah mengemparkan bolasepak Malaysia. 
15 October 2016
Without a win since an unrecorded 2-1 result over New Caledonia in June, Malaysia are not heading strongly into the AFF Suzuki Cup. Vijhay Vick looks at how the current crop compares to predecessors…
7 July 2016
Malaysia national football team has been drawing flak for their performances of late but are they really warranted? Coaches and media personnel gave their two cents’ worth on the issue... 
30 June 2016
Former Malaysian internationals provided their predictions for the Euro 2016 last eight, unanimously giving underdogs Wales and Iceland no chance of continuing their fairytale run in the competition. 
28 April 2016
Three coaches have been relieved since the start of the 2016 Malaysian season, and more could follow given the country’s volatile coaching situation. Vijhay Vick lists down four high-profile coaches who may be casualties for trigger-happy clubs… 
21 April 2016
Kings of Southeast Asia between 2009 and 2011, the Malaysians have fallen to an all-time low in the FIFA world rankings and are now well behind their regional rivals Thailand, Philippines, Singapore and Vietnam. Vijhay Vick details a timeline on what has changed since Malaysia won the 2010 AFF Suzuki Cup.  
15 April 2016
Malaysia Cup qualification is no longer based upon clubs' standings at the end of the Malaysia Super League (MSL) season. Instead, the mid-season standings is the decisive factor and FourFourTwo takes a look at which teams may not be among the 11 MSL and five second-tier sides.
31 March 2016
Southeast Asia has a rich football history, with some big-name clubs intertwined with some notable, yet lesser-known outfits. In the second edition of a new series, FourFourTwo takes a closer look at Selangor MPPJ, who once upon a time shook Malaysian football...
9 March 2016
Eager to revive the ailing national team, Malaysia coach Ong Kim Swee will bank on experienced heads in the early stages, but promises he will present a revitalised side in time.


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