Johor Darul Ta’zim (JDT) celebrated their Malaysia Super League (MSL) trophy in style and got attention in England, including from former English captain David Beckham, while Perak and Felda United stage a comeback to keep their Malaysia Cup hopes alive
Malaysia Cup action dominated the headlines, but the Kelantan Football Association (KAFA) also drew attention on Sunday after appointing Bibi Ramjani Ilias Khan as president. Elsewhere, Ken Ilso and Zachary Anderson announced they were leaving Malaysia Super League (MSL) side Kedah.
A significant number of Malaysia Super League (MSL) titles have won by foreign coaches, most of whom had excellent squads at their disposal. FourFourTwo takes a look at five of the most successful foreign coaches in Malaysia since the MSL’s inception in 2004.
Six teams have already qualified for theMalaysia Cupquarter-finals, but only two – Kedah and debutants PKNP – have confirmed top spot. Two group deciders and a winner-takes-all tie are where your attention should be come Saturday.
Having featured seven quality African players who graced the Malaysia Super League (MSL) in part one of the series, FourFourTwo presents another seven who played key roles for their respective clubs...
Selangor may have defeated Johor Darul Ta'zim (JDT) 2-1 in Selayang but it was the latter who had more reasons to celebrate as results elsewhere ensured a record fourth successive Malaysia Super League (MSL).
The Malaysia Super League (MSL) title is almost certain to head to Johor Darul Ta’zim (JDT) for a record fourth straight time, barring any complete meltdown. FourFourTwo looks at what’s left for the rest of the field to fight for.
Defending champions Johor Darul Ta'zim (JDT) are one match away from a record fourth straight Malaysia Super League (MSL) title after defeating Perak 2-1, a match that drew controversy after Mohamed Ghaddar's winner came from an offside position.