Returning coach Dollah Salleh has made some astute signings to beef up their Malaysia Super League (MSL) squad following a poor 2016, but there is a suspicion the Elephants’ new-look line-up might lack balance…
Malaysia Premier League (MPL) winners Malacca need to show they can hold their own against teams in the top tier. Their 2016 results against MSL sides in Cup competitions do not bode well, but there have been wholesale changes to aid their cause.
A fourth place finish under Velizar Popov in 2016 exceeded expectations but forced changes, due to the lack of funds, are threatening to put Kelantan in the Malaysia Super League (MSL) relegation battle in 2017.
Aiming to extend their own record by claiming a fourth straight MSL trophy in 2017, Johor Darul Ta’zim (JDT) will have a different look this season. All eyes will be on 2016 MVP Ahmad Hazwan Bakri and the club’s new imports.
Changes at Felda United will make it tough for them to repeat their 2016 Malaysia Super League (MSL) runners-up finish, but new additions Norshahrul Idlan Talaha and Wan Zack Haikal have added value to Azmi Mohamed’s squad.
The Malaysia Super League season is back and in 2017 it kicks off a month early. To get you up to speed, all you need to know about the new coaches, the star imports and the promoted teams is right here. Can anyone stop a JDT four-peat? Read on...
Like every new Malaysia Super League (MSL) season, there will be plenty of hope and optimism for the year ahead. But some other elements we wished were long gone just keep being repeated. Here are five unwanted instances we are likely to see once more in 2017.
It’s just days to the start of the 2017 Malaysia Super League and most teams appear set after completing their transfer activities, but three players at three-time defending champions Johor Darul Ta’zim (JDT) are still uncertain of their roles.