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11 July 2017
Desperately needing to lift the standard of the national team, Malaysia coach Nelo Vingada is looking around the world for players that are eligible for a Malaysian passport, a short-term move that will strengthen the squad.
6 July 2017
Following their 2-1 defeat to Lebanon in the Asian Cup qualifiers June, Malaysia slipped down to No. 167 in the Fifa world rankings released on Thursday.
29 June 2017
Nelo Vingada has had a baptism of fire in Malaysian football since becoming head coach of the national team in May, but as he told FourFourTwo, outside criticism doesn't bother him one bit...
23 June 2017
In part one of our chat with new Malaysia coach Nelo Vingada, he stated his belief Malaysia can qualify for the 2019 Asian Cup despite an opening game setback at the hands of Lebanon on June 13.
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16 June 2017
Former Real Madrid and Portugal boss Carlos Queiroz gave his former assistant and Malaysia’s new head coach Nelo Vingada his endorsement to shake Malaysian football up.
15 June 2017
Malaysia suffered a 2-1 loss to Lebanon in the Asian Cup qualifiers after conceding two late goals at Larkin Stadium on Tuesday. Vijhay Vick lists five observations from the tie, including the strange decision to play defender Afif Amiruddin in central midfield...
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14 June 2017
It is still very early days for Nelo Vingada as Malaysia coach, but the Portuguese noted some familiar concerns when he assessed his side’s 2-1 defeat to Lebanon.
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13 June 2017
Nelo Vingada's first match in charge of Malaysia ended in a 2-1 defeat to Lebanon at Larkin Stadium after second-half substitute Rabih Ataya scored two late goals to put the Lebanese top of Group B of the Asian Cup qualifiers. 
13 June 2017
A proud former Malaysian captain, Safiq Rahim shocked the country when he retired from Harimau Malaya in July 2016. Now back in the fold, he told Vijhay Vick the reasons behind his retirement, what made him change his mind and how qualifying for the 2019 Asian Cup could be the highlight of his international career.
12 June 2017
Southeast Asian interest in 2018 World Cup qualifying faded as Thailand sank to the bottom of Group B. Fortunately, there is still plenty going on in the region when it comes to the 2019 Asian Cup. FourFourTwo takes a look at four ASEAN teams and how they may fare in Tuesday’s next round of games.

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