Football Association of Malaysia

9 December 2016
Professional sport is littered with youngsters who attempt to follow in their parents' often large footsteps, with varying degrees of success. Malaysian football is no different...
24 November 2016
Football in Malaysia stands on a precipice that’s being hewn by those outside the sport and as much as there is sympathy for the cause, careful consideration must be given by all parties whether a Suzuki Cup withdrawal would firstly achieve any outcome and secondly any long-term damage it would do to the game.
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24 November 2016
The Football Association of Malaysia (FAM) and the ASEAN Football Federation (AFF) have voiced their strong opposition to the possibility of Malaysia withdrawing from the AFF Suzuki Cup in protest over the treatment of the Rohingya community.
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9 November 2016
The Football Association of Malaysia (FAM) has disputed Interpol’s former international corruption investigations head Chris Easton’s claims that Malaysia is the new hub for match-fixing. 
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8 November 2016
Malaysia will have a new individual to lead the Football Association of Malaysia (FAM) on March 25 following announcement of details regarding the impending elections. 
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Weeks after saving Pahang's top-flight status, the Football Association of Malaysia's (FAM) disciplinary committee has decided to overlook a similar case involving Johor Darul Ta'zim (JDT) and PDRM.
Football Malaysia Limited Liability Partnership (FMLLP) CEO Kevin Ramalingam opens up about the packed league schedule, a congress and licensing issues to Hardeep S...
28 October 2016
Overlooked suspensions saved Pahang from relegation last week and PDRM are expected to enjoy a similar fate, tarnishing Johor Darul Ta’zim’s unbeaten 2016 Malaysia Super League campaign and, more crucially, sending Penang down to the second tier...
24 October 2016
Pahang live to fight another day, while there was no such luck for the Turtles in this week's Five Finds...
12 October 2016
Malaysia is not ready for Suzuki Cup so they should be brave enough to use it as a chance to build for the future rather than go all out to win, argues John Duerden 

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