Malaysia Cup

19 July 2017
Back at his boyhood club Selangor for a second spell, former Johor Darul Ta'zim (JDT) forward Amri Yahyah scored an injury-time winner as Selangor moved to the top of their Malaysia Cup group.
Describing his return to Selangor as a happy moment, veteran Amri Yahyah has indicated his desire to stay with his boyhood club well beyond 2017. The 36-year-old is also eyeing a new position on the pitch...
Playing in the third tier just last season, PKNP marked their Malaysia Cup debut with a 2-1 win over Malaysia Super League (MSL) club T-Team in Kuala Terengganu while Johor Darul Ta’zim (JDT) showed intent with a 4-0 victory over Sarawak in the opening round on Tuesday
30 June 2017
Malaysia Super League (MSL) leaders Johor Darul Ta’zim (JDT) disregarded the tournament last year, but the lack of trophies in 2017 may change things this time around. Selangor, Sarawak and Terengganu have been warned.
30 June 2017
Defending champions Kedah are expected to top Group C in their Malaysia Cup defence while Kelantan are, on paper, favourites to accompany them. Melaka United and first-time competitors UiTM, however, aim to upset but they may have to be content with scrapping it out for third.
30 June 2017
Under-performing Malaysia Super League (MSL) sides Perak, Felda United and PKNS are looking for some reprieve with a good run in the Malaysia Cup. The trio and second-tier promotion contenders Kuala Lumpur battle in Group B.
30 June 2017
Top-flight title contenders Pahang are favourites in Group A of the Malaysia Cup, but there could be a good battle for second. Negeri Sembilan and T-Team can match each other while PKNP must decide between the Cup and focusing on top-flight promotion for the first time.
21 June 2017
Portugal’s Eduardo Almeida is a rarity in footballing circles, having not played the sport professionally before moving into the coaching ranks at a very young age.
20 June 2017
Malaysia Super League (MSL) club Johor Darul Ta’zim (JDT) swiftly appointed Ulisses Morais as their new head coach on the same day Benjamin Mora was demoted to JDT II. FourFourTwo takes a look at the Portuguese’s past and what’s in store for the Malaysian giants.
19 June 2017
In the third of a four-part series, best-selling author and FourFourTwo columnist Neil Humphreys argues for the return of established powerhouses like Woodlands and Tanjong Pagar to give Singapore's local football scene a fighting chance.

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