R Gopinathan

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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26 May 2016
Johor Darul Ta'zim (JDT) II midfielder Zaquan Adha Abdul Radzak will cut short a holiday in Phuket to join the national squad after being named as R. Gopinathan's replacement following Darren Lok's failure to obtain his passport in time.
10 May 2016
Malaysian coach Ong Kim Swee is expected to name his squad next week ahead of the two-legged 2019 Asian Cup qualifying playoff against Timor Leste in the beginning of June. Vijhay Vick lists several players that have impressed recently and can be considered for the national team, including those that missed the previous call-up due to injury. 
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... 
13 April 2016
The Red Giants secured three points after a late Patrick Wleh strike ensured a 2-1 win over struggling Sheikh Jamal in Selayang. Vijhay Vick listed several observations from the match …
10 March 2016
Malaysia are due to play Saudi Arabia on March 24 and coach Ong Kim Swee is slated to name his squad soon. FourFourFourTwo’s Vijhay Vick believes these players deserve a national call-up after their performances of late... 
29 February 2016
In Southeast Asia, the new football seasons are starting to click  into gear. FourFourTwo’s John Duerden has Five Finds from last weekend's action.
24 February 2016
Making four changes to the side that progressed in the FA Cup last weekend, an injury-plagued Red Giants held out for a point in their AFC Cup match with Ceres FC. Vijhay Vick listed some observations from the clash...
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18 February 2016
The Red Giants are missing six players after just two Malaysia Super League (MSL) matches, leaving new coach Zainal Abidin Hassan with a major headache over who to pick in his starting XI.
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14 February 2016
Defending champions and title favourites Johor Darul Ta’zim (JDT) weren’t too downhearted by their first Malaysia Super League (MSL) match of the new campaign, after requiring a penalty shootout to overcome Selangor for the Sultan Ahmad Shah Cup.

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