11 October 2017
A 2-0 defeat to Hong Kong in the Asian Cup qualifiers on Tuesday served several lessons for the wounded Tigers. Here are five things FourFourTwo learned from the loss.
14 September 2017
With the success of Chanathip Songkrasin in Japan with Consadole Sapporo, and with many of the region’s best young talents recently competing in the SEA Games, attention is now focusing on who could be the next Chanathip to make a successful move abroad.
3 September 2017
Only five outfield players below the age of 25 were named by Nelo Vingada for Malaysia’s Asian Cup qualifier against Hong Kong, with just two likely to be handed a starting role. FourFourTwo lists five under-22 players that should be roped in soon.
29 August 2017
Malaysia’s SEA Games gold medal aspirations were not meant to be despite a good performance by Ong Kim Swee’s charges at Shah Alam Stadium, holding their own for most parts of the 1-0 defeat to Thailand on Tuesday. Vijhay Vick dishes out the grades.
21 August 2017
Malaysians turned up to fill Shah Alam Stadium as the players found their groove on the pitch to defeat Myanmar 3-1 in the SEA Games Group A round robin tie on Monday. Vijhay Vick dishes out the grades…
15 August 2017
Malaysia under-22 muscled their way to a 2-1 win over regional minnows Brunei in their SEA Games opener on Monday and coach Ong Kim Swee was optimistic his charges will only get better in coming matches against Singapore and Myanmar. 
14 August 2017
Malaysia under-22s only mustered a 2-1 win over Brunei in the SEA Games Group A opening match after a limpless while there were slight problems at the back too. Vijhay Vick dishes out the grades.
11 June 2017
Malaysia coach Nelo Vingada’s first squad saw six players over the age of 30 called-up, but with the inclusion of eight below 25, it actually appears to be a combination of young and old. Many more youngsters are hoping to make a break and FourFourTwo picks eight who may be ready for national duty …
8 February 2017
Facing a huge challenge in Japan, defence-oriented Johor Darul Ta'zim walked away with a respectable 3-0 defeat. But Scott McIntyre questions whether the Southern Tigers could have furthered their footballing development with a different approach...
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