Whichever way the Football Association of Malaysia (FAM) votes in this month’s Congress, the national body will have leadership from outside the Pahang Royal family for the first time since 1984. So FourFourTwo have taken a look at how Malaysian football has changed over the past three decades...
Malaysia's Asian Cup qualifying opener against North Korea in Pyongyang on March 28 might not occur after Malaysia's government barred the Tigers from traveling there due to security concerns following the alleged assassination of Kim Jong Nam.
Foreigners play a pivotal role in Malaysian football, dominating the scoring charts and often proving the difference in the hunt for trophies. But are they doing anything to help the country's local talent?
Australian Jonathan McKain called his former employers Kelantan "liars" on social media after the club announced it had settled outstanding salary arrears, with the defender stating the Red Warriors still owe him money...
The football leagues in Malaysia appear set for particularly competitive, entertaining seasons in 2017. So why are fans still being short-changed in their efforts to watch their team play on television?
Johor Darul Ta’zim (JDT) owner Tunku Ismail Sultan Ibrahim is expected to contest the Football Association of Malaysia (FAM) presidency in March following a successful plea by the national body’s affiliates on Monday.
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.
Whilst congratulating Faiz Subri for winning the Puskas Award, Johor Darul Ta'zim (JDT) owner Tunku Ismail Sultan Ibrahim served Malaysians a timely reminder that this should not distract them from the problems in Malaysia football.
Football in Malaysia stands on a precipice that’s being hewn by those outside the sport and as much as there is sympathy for the cause, careful consideration must be given by all parties whether a Suzuki Cup withdrawal would firstly achieve any outcome and secondly any long-term damage it would do to the game.