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17 August 2016
The 2016 Malaysia Cup group stage concludes this weekend with top spot in all four groups still up for grabs and six teams vying for three quarter-final berths. Vijhay Vick takes a look at what could transpire…
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13 August 2016
Rotting at the bottom of the Malaysia Super League (MSL) standings, Pahang fans protested by demanding Razip Ismail’s sacking during the Elephant’s Malaysia Cup tie against Kuala Lumpur (KL).
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10 August 2016
Having dominated the headlines for all the wrong reasons in recent days, Selangor started their post-Zainal Abidin Hassan era with a 3-0 home win over Pahang in the Malaysia Cup, while Kelantan became the first team to reach the last eight. 
22 July 2016
Labelled a ‘bookie team’ not so long ago, Kuala Lumpur (KL) began their road to recovery with the appointment of Ismail Zakaria as their head coach. Ismail spoke to FourFourTwo about their bid for promotion, the City Boys’ long-term project and the warning to his players about match-fixing.
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21 July 2016
Selangor coach Zainal Abidin Hassan is hoping dropped points against Kelantan in the Malaysia Cup will not come back to haunt his team, saying early qualification to the next round is vital with Super League matches also on his mind.
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20 July 2016
Second-tier Kuala Lumpur defeated Malaysia Super League (MSL) side Pahang in the Malaysia Cup Group B while Singapore international Safuwan Baharudin rescued a point for PDRM against Johor Darul Ta’zim (JDT). 
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13 July 2016
Hours after announcing his retirement from international football, Johor Darul Ta’zim (JDT) captain Safiq Rahim’s fatal mistake helped PKNS come from behind at Larkin Stadium on Tuesday. 
10 July 2016
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. 
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24 May 2016
Defending champions Selangor were drawn with Kelantan, Pahang and city rivals Kuala Lumpur (KL) for the Malaysia Cup, while Johor Darul Ta’zim (JDT) renew rivalry with Perak.

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