In Part I of a conversation with Penang chief executive Zairil Khir Johari, he opened up to FourFourTwo about the decision to sack Ashley Westwood, receiving death threats and the transition from fan to the front office.
The Football Association of Malaysia (FAM) extended Ashley Westwood’s one-match ban to four matches, meaning he will sit out of Penang’s Malaysia Super League (MSL) clash against Sarawak on Saturday and two of their following league matches.
Penang have gone three matches without either a win or a goal in the Malaysia Super League (MSL), a worrying sign for coach Ashley Westwood, while Perak nicked a winner in front of an empty stadium in Ipoh.
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.