Asian Cup

28 March 2017
In the second installment in our series on the biggest rivalries in Asia, Japan-based Australian Scott McIntyre and his Singapore-based compatriot James Dampney debate the fairly recent rivalry that has emerged between Japan's Samurai Blue and the Socceroos.
27 March 2017
New Football Association of Malaysia (FAM) president Tunku Ismail Sultan had a busy first day in office, chairing a brief executive committee meeting, speaking to the press, meeting the fans and of course, sounding his intentions loud and clear. Here’s five key areas he addressed… 
23 March 2017
It wasn’t an entertaining night in Manila as Malaysia held Philippines to yet another scoreless outing. FourFourTwo lists five talking points from the snooze-fest... 
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22 March 2017
Philippines and Malaysia played out a scoreless stalemate to record a fifth successive draw between both sides in Wednesday's international friendly at Rizal Memorial Stadium in Manila. 
21 March 2017
With the possibility of this match being his last as Malaysia coach, Ong Kim Swee is expected to field his strongest 11 against Southeast Asia counterparts Philippines on Wednesday. FourFourTwo suggests the line-up he should go with in Manila. 
20 March 2017
International friendly | Rizal Memorial Stadium | Wed Mar 22 | 7.30pm 
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15 March 2017
The postponed North Korea-Malaysia tie originally slated for March 25 will now take place on June 8, but the venue is still undecided.
13 March 2017
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...
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10 March 2017
Malaysia will not play North Korea on March 28 for the AFC Asian Cup 2019 qualifier as was originally scheduled. 
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9 March 2017
Malaysia coach Ong Kim Swee made five changes to the Tigers squad for the Asian Cup qualifier against North Korea, but there is still a surprising number of absentees from Malaysian champions Johor Darul Ta'zim (JDT).

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