S. Kunanlan

16 January 2017
How do you follow a third successive league title that was won without losing a game? That is the question that Johor Darul Ta'zim will have to answer in the 2017 Malaysia Super League season. 
29 December 2016
A new year usually brings about changes and here are some FourFourTwo would like to see in Malaysia football in 2017...
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18 July 2016
Malaysian coach Ong Kim Swee is ready to move on but he appears perplexed as to why four players, including captain Safiq Rahim, quit the national team despite giving no indication of their displeasure in the past.
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15 July 2016
Leaving more questions than answers, multiple international retirements by Malaysia’s most experienced players have stunned the football fraternity and it has left many pondering which players will turn their backs on the country next...
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15 July 2016
Kedah coach Tan Cheng Hoe feels Johor Darul Ta’zim (JDT) will not show signs of being distracted by the international retirements of four players in the team, insisting they are professionals. 
14 July 2016
Still very much in their prime, Malaysian captain Safiq Rahim and vice-captain Aidil Zafuan Abdul Radzak stunned the nation by announcing their international retirement on Tuesday. Vijhay Vick examines how a squad will look like should other Johor Darul Ta’zim (JDT) players follow suit. 
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14 July 2016
The extraordinary exodus of Johor Darul Ta’zim (JDT) players from the Malaysian national team has continued, with S. Kunanlan the third player to quit in the past three days.
14 July 2016
Malaysian captain Safiq Rahim shocked the country's footballing public this week with his decision to quit the national scene, along with two of his teammates so far. John Duerden argues Safiq's decision needs to be swiftly reversed...
21 June 2016
After an embarrassing defeat by Papua New Guinea on Friday, Malaysia coach Ong Kim Swee is expected to field his strongest against New Caledonia on Wednesday. 
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. 

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