An eleventh-hour announcement of a feeder club agreement between Johor Darul Ta’zim (JDT) and JDT II, allowing the clubs to swap players outside the transfer window, does Football Malaysia Limited Liability Partnership’s (FMLLP) image no favours.
The 2016 Malaysia Cup kicks off across the peninsula, from Selangor to Sarawak. Hardeep S. previews the first spread of matches lined-up that will determine whether Zainal Abidin Hassan's men can hold onto the trophy.
The Malaysia Cup commences on July 12, with hopes league distractions will not take the sparkle out of the oldest competition in the country. Can 2015 champions Selangor defy the odds again or will Johor Darul Ta’zim (JDT) complete their growing cabinet? Find out who we fancy in the round-robin.
Second-tier side Johor Darul Ta’zim II will be Lok’s playing ground as he gets accustomed to his new home in Johor while Malaysian coach Ong Kim Swee is likely to keep track of the 25-year-old’s performance.