Malaysian clubs Johor Darul Ta’zim (JDT) and Felda United put up better performances against Philippines sides in the AFC Cup this week. JDT smashed four past Global, while Felda shut out Ceres but will rue missed chances of their own.
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...
Johor Darul Ta’zim (JDT) had to content with just one point after Sylla Sekou’s late equaliser for Myanmar’s Magwe in the AFC Cup, but it could have been worse for Benjamin Mora’s men. FourFourTwo dishes out the grades.
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?
Pahang midfielder Ahmad Syamim Yahya courted controversy when he was caught on television flashing his middle finger, while Johor Darul Ta’zim (JDT) owner Tunku Ismail Sultan Ibrahim wants to be a player, all in this week’s Malaysia Super League (MSL) talking points.