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27 February 2017
Pahang midfielder Ahmad Syamim Yahya courted controversy when he was caught on television flashing his middle finger, while Johor Darul Ta’zim (JDT) owner Tunku Ismail Sultan Ibrahim wants to be a player, all in this week’s Malaysia Super League (MSL) talking points.
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26 February 2017
Malaysia Super League (MSL) leaders Kedah came from a goal down to defeat Penang in the Northern derby, while Pahang are nipping at their heels and Johor Darul Ta’zim (JDT) are getting back on track following match day six.
21 February 2017
German coach Karl Weigang was not allowed to speak to the press following a mighty 2-1 win over defending champions Johor Darul Ta’zim (JDT) in the Malaysia Super League (MSL) while the Southern Tigers’ owner Tunku Ismail Sultan Ibrahim took blame for the club’s slow start. 
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19 February 2017
Missed out on last night's Malaysia Super League (MSL) action? Don't worry, we rounded it all up for you... 
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12 February 2017
Missed out on last night's Malaysia Super League (MSL) action? Don't worry, we rounded it all up for you... 
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5 February 2017
Missed out on last night's Malaysia Super League (MSL) action? Don't worry, we rounded it all up for you... 
29 January 2017
Kedah custodian Farhan Abu Bakar was given a torrid time by their own fans on his return to the first team while Pahang are looking good following a 5-0 win over T-Team, with captain Matthew Davies later proclaiming “We are back” on social media after the second round of Malaysia Super League (MSL) matches.
26 January 2017
Only Felda United and Selangor recorded wins in the Malaysia Super League’s (MSL) opening week, leaving ten other sides in search of their first win, including defending champions Johor Darul Ta’zim. FourFourTwo looks at what’s in store for Matchday 2 on Friday.  
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22 January 2017
Selangor FA and Felda United got off to winning starts in the 2017 Malaysia Super League (MSL) season, while the other games ended in draws. 
19 January 2017
Escaping relegation in 2016 was a surprise to many, but T-Team have done themselves few favours in the transfer market, something that could undermine their upcoming Malaysia Super League (MSL) campaign. 

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