Terengganu

Negeri Sembilan have set the pace in the Malaysia Premier League (MPL) by opening a four-point lead over second-place Terengganu (18 points) with surprise-package Perak SEDC at third position with 15 points.
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12 March 2017
Defending champions Johor Darul Ta’zim (JDT) will have to overcome their nemesis Pahang in the FA Cup quarter-finals while Malaysia Super League (MSL) leaders Kedah have the easiest route to the last-four among the remaining top flight teams. 
20 February 2017
It may be the second tier of Malaysia’s football but there was still plenty of excitement and drama, as FourFourTwo found out... 
19 January 2017
Who has a long road ahead in the 2017 Malaysia Premier League season and who appears well placed for promotion to the top flight? Your 12-team guide is right here...
18 January 2017
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.
12 January 2017
For Kelantan, 2017 is as much about consigning the problems of last season to history and returning to something approaching normality as it is about wins and losses...
12 January 2017
Despite playing in the Malaysia Super League (MSL) next season, T-Team are still being regarded as a feeder team to relegated side Terengganu, making a repeat of last season's solid mid-table finish a tough proposition...
11 January 2017
The 2017 Malaysia Super League season is just around the corner, with many eager to forget Malaysia’s AFF Suzuki Cup woes and get behind their favourite domestic side. The downfalls of Malaysian football are plenty, but here are 10 reasons why 2017 will be exciting for the fans… 
9 January 2017
From a former Manchester United trainee to the previous Malaysia head coach, these will be some of the new coaches in the top and second tier of Malaysia football...
4 January 2017
In need of rejuvenating their career or gaining more exposure, a host of players have moved to the Malaysia Premier League (MPL) and FAM League. Here are the more prominent ones... 

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