5 September 2018
Johor Darul Ta’zim (JDT) recently went at great lengths to promote the success of the JDT-Valencia Academy at the National Schools Championship. The academy won the Under-15 and Under-18 categories. Those are promising signs for the Southern Tigers, but it may take a good few years before those players graduate into the senior team. Instead, FourFourTwo looks at three players from JDT II that may be next for promotion.
31 January 2018
The 2018 Malaysia Premier League (MPL) season looms as an exciting affair, with a number of teams investing in high-profile players in their quest to finish in the top two and earn promotion to the top-flight.
20 December 2017
FourFourTwo meneliti lima penyerang berpotensi di bawah umur 21 tahun:
24 October 2017
Kuala Lumpur will try to secure their first piece of silverware in 17 years when the final round of this season’s Malaysia Premier League (MPL) kicks-off on Friday.
13 September 2017
Johor Darul Ta’zim’s (JDT) Darren Lok was given the international nod ahead of club-mate Ahmad Hazwan Bakri in September, prompting a debate over whether the English-born forward is suited to a role of leading the line on his own.
24 August 2017
The Malaysia Premier League (MPL) and the FAM Cup provide perfect breeding grounds for future stars in the country. Here are the eight players who could play for Malaysia Super League (MSL) teams next season.
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19 June 2017
Malaysian giants Johor Darul Ta’zim (JDT) have demoted Mexican coach Benjamin Mora back to their development side, JDT II, and are expected to announce a new coach "very soon".
Negeri Sembilan still lead the Malaysia Premier League (MPL) after 15 matches, but the chasing pack have closed up the gap... 
Negeri Sembilan remain unbeaten halfway into the Malaysia Premier League (MPL) season, but could be showing signs of chinks in their armour after drawing their last two matches, ending a terrific seven-match winning run to start the season.
30 March 2017
Kedah midfielder Akram Mahinan has enjoyed a good start in his homecoming at Kedah, after an underwhelming time with Malaysian champions Johor Darul Ta’zim (JDT). He tells FourFourTwo about his new lease of life with the Red Eagles. 

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