20 February 2017
The Southeast Asian football scene is stacked with an ever-growing list of prodigiously talented teenagers. We've scoured the region for the absolute cream of the crop and here they are – FourFourTwo's inaugural series, '20 Under-20'...
25 May 2017
For the third year running, no Malaysians have made FourFourTwo’s Asia 50. With very few top prospects emerging, it doesn’t look like that situation will change any time soon. Vijhay Vick lists five reasons why… 
Malaysia Super League (MSL) defending champions Johor Darul Ta'zim (JDT) needed a solitary Amirulhadi Zainal goal against PKNS to ensure they entered the mid-season break six points above Pahang and Kedah.
25 May 2017
New Malaysia coach Nelo Vingada promised neither results nor a set philosophy, but he vowed to make Harimau Malaya a pride once again.
25 May 2017
Malaysia will have their best players in the Harimau Malaya squad once more after Nelo Vingada's inaugural call-up list included a number of Johor Darul Ta'zim (JDT) players, including Safiq Rahim, S. Kunanlan, Izham Tarmizi Roslan and Fazly Mazlan.
Some Malaysia Super League (MSL) sides, including defending champions Johor Darul Ta’zim (JDT) and giants Selangor and Pahang, have wasted little time in making changes to their squad. Most of the them, however, have been centred around foreign players. 
Englishman Eric Williams will not be on the bench against Felda United in the Malaysia Super League (MSL) on Tuesday after reportedly telling the club he was ill. 
Giants Johor Darul Ta'zim (JDT) and Selangor were drawn in the same group for the 2017 Malaysia Cup on Monday while defending champions Kedah received a favourable draw. 
Kiko Insa’s first-half sending off was the talk of the town in Kedah’s 3-2 win over Pahang in the FA Cup final on Saturday while poor security and an overfilled stadium again dismayed many in Malaysia. 
21 May 2017
New Malaysia coach Nelo Vingada may have to name his Malaysia squad the moment he arrives in Malaysia on May 25. FourFourTwo lists 10 players that could be recalled or handed their first call-up, and rather unsurprisingly the list is dominated by the return of Johor Darul Ta’zim (JDT) players.


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