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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.
Portugal will take part in their first Confederations Cup this year and Cristiano Ronaldo is determined to go all the way in Russia.
With the new Malaysia Super League season almost upon us, FourFourTwo lists 10 things teams will need to do in order to be crowned champions in 2017...
The expansion to 48 teams for the World Cup in 2026 has been welcomed by David Gallop and Football Federation Australia.
Many have reacted with contempt and ridicule at FIFA's decision to expand the World Cup from 32 to 48 nations. But, as Scott McIntyre
argues, it is a triumph for the sport from a global perspective and offers hope to Asia and particularly Southeast Asia...
John Obi Mikel, Carlos Tevez and Oscar are the latest household names to flock to the Far East for lorryloads of cash – but there's more to the country's development than splurging sizeable sums on established stars
Gianni Infantino's plans to expand the World Cup to 48 teams have been met with plenty of opposition, but Jose Mourinho is in favour.
Some have not featured much for over a year while there are those who have been struggling to make a lasting impact in the Malaysia Super League (MSL). FourFourTwo takes a look at seven players that need a good season to remind people they are still around...
Singapore football is in drastic need of of a shake-up. Here are five changes FourFourTwo hopes to see in the local landscape for 2017…