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28 September 2016
Having watched the 2016 Malaysian season from a distance, Azraai Khor is every ready to return to the dugout. The 63-year-old tells Vijhay Vick what he is looking for in his next club and shares his observations from a recent “study-tour” in Brazil. 
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17 September 2016
2015 Malaysia Cup runners-up Kedah are on course for a repeat final against Selangor after demolishing second-tier Negri Sembilan 5-0 to reach the last four.
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15 September 2016
Selangor, PDRM and Felda United are looking to seal the deal after holding advantage from the first leg in the Malaysia Cup quarter-finals while 2015 runners-up Kedah will bank on their home crowd to unsettle Negri’s defence following their scoreless outing last month. 
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1 September 2016
Henrique leaves Negeri Sembilan barely two months after signing for them, as he was unable to settle down in Malaysia... 
19 July 2016
Coaches being ‘rested’ is all-too common in Malaysian football. But do any of them actually return from their enforced leave or does it prove to be the end of the road? FourFourTwo took a closer look at the unusual practice…
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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.
Three teams are yet to suffer a defeat in the Malaysia Premier League after six games and they should be this year’s contenders for promotion... 
14 March 2016
With state sentiments high in Malaysia, often forming the bulk of teams’ following, we at FourFourTwo thought we would spice up the rivalries with this analysis on where the latest national team squad hails from…
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6 March 2016
The Cops were handed a tough match in the FA Cup quarter-final after stunning Selangor in Round 3 while Felda United’s victors PKNS get fellow Malaysian Premier League (MPL) side Sime Darby.
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2 March 2016
Kuala Lumpur look relentless in their quest to earn promotion while Johor Darul Ta'zim II's striker Paulo Rangel is firing on all cylinders.

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