Matthew Davies

4 October 2016
The Malaysia Super League (MSL) only managed to last two rounds in September but it was enough for JDT to be crowned champions and Pahang to earn a lifeline. FourFourTwo’s writers in Malaysia pick their best 11 of the month… 
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16 September 2016
With the Thai Premier League (TPL) mulling a rule change to encourage clubs to sign Asean players, the doors have opened wider for Malaysians to ply their trade in the region’s best league. FourFourTwo takes a look at the suitable candidates... 
11 September 2016
The promising Pahang defender talks his ambitions with the Tigers, his introduction to the Malaysia-Indonesia footballing rivalry as well as his SEA Games target with Vijhay Vick...
4 September 2016
The international retirement of four key players has forced Malaysia coach Ong Kim Swee to alter his pack. Vijhay Vick lists the Tigers who could start against arch-rivals Indonesia...
19 August 2016
With Malaysian coach Ong Kim Swee set to name his squad on August 23, Vijhay Vick’s list of potential call-ups for the friendly against Indonesia on September 6 is dominated by former Harimau Muda players.
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5 August 2016
How did members of the national team react to the Suzuki Cup draw held recently in Myanmar? Shock? Happiness? FourFourTwo spoke to them to find out... 
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2 August 2016
Having stunned Selangor 1-0 in the Malaysia Cup over the weekend, Pahang captain Matthew Davies is hoping to capitalise on Kedah’s inconsistency in the Malaysia Super League (MSL) on Wednesday. 
1 May 2016
Malaysians failed to make the cut on this year's Asia 50 list, which was dominated by European-based players, many of which hailed from Japan, South Korea and Australia. But here are five Malaysians that could be in the reckoning next year... 
28 March 2016
Low-ranked Macau aren’t expected to give the hosts much problems in Malacca but Ong Kim Swee is unlikely to take his first match as Malaysia coach in his hometown lightly. FourFourTwo predicts he will put on an offensive line-up at the Hang Jebat Stadium on Tuesday. 
SHARES
14 March 2016
Having identified a mental block in his players, Malaysia coach Ong Kim Swee says he is contemplating enlisting a psychologist for the squad.

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