Football Association of Malaysia

25 November 2016
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.
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24 November 2016
The Football Association of Malaysia (FAM) and the ASEAN Football Federation (AFF) have voiced their strong opposition to the possibility of Malaysia withdrawing from the AFF Suzuki Cup in protest over the treatment of the Rohingya community.
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9 November 2016
The Football Association of Malaysia (FAM) has disputed Interpol’s former international corruption investigations head Chris Easton’s claims that Malaysia is the new hub for match-fixing. 
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Weeks after saving Pahang's top-flight status, the Football Association of Malaysia's (FAM) disciplinary committee has decided to overlook a similar case involving Johor Darul Ta'zim (JDT) and PDRM.
24 October 2016
A season that promised so much is in danger of ending empty-handed, but Tampines Rovers have one more shot in this week's Singapore Cup decider. Plus there is news from Thailand, Malaysia and Cambodia...
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Changes in Malaysian football will have to wait following the Football Association of Malaysia’s (FAM) decision to maintain the status quo, including persuading wantaway president Tengku Abdullah Sultan Ahmad Shah to stay on until the 2017 Congress.
15 August 2016
Title races are heating up all over Southeast Asia, while Johor Darul Ta'zim remain on track for an extraordinary treble in this week's FFT Five Finds...
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12 August 2016
Football Association of Malaysia (FAM) have been dealt a blow after FIFA revoked Malaysia's hosting rights for the 2017 FIFA Congress, where the voting for the 2026 World Cup was also scheduled. 
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25 July 2016
Match-fixers beware – the Football Association of Malaysia (FAM) have engaged FIFA’s Early Warning System (EWS) in an effort to combat the issue in the country. 
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The Football Association of Malaysia (FAM) appears ready to lock horns with Johor Darul Ta’zim (JDT) owner Tunku Ismail Sultan Ibrahim after releasing details of the controversial Oceania Tour and addressing the international retirements of four players, including captain Safiq Rahim.

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