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.
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.
Malaysia Premier League (MPL) sides Negeri Sembilan and Terengganu have progressed to the FA Cup semi-finals, joining Malaysia Super League's (MSL) Kedah, who progressed on aggregate despite suffering a shock 1-0 loss to PKNP.
In part two of this year's series, where players pen their own thoughts, Philippines international Mark Hartmann says Sarawak will rebound from their poor start, while his pick for the best Malaysian team he has faced may surprise you...
On November 28, 2016, Demerson Bruno Costa and eight teammates remained in Brazil while the rest of the Chapecoense side boarded the fateful flight to Colombia that would leave 71 people dead. Demerson has spoken to FourFourTwo’s Vijhay Vick about the tragedy and a journey that has brought him to the Malaysia Super League…
A come-from-behind 2-1 win over East Coast neighbours Kelantan in Kota Bahru saw Pahang climb above Kedah on goal difference at the top of the Malaysia Super League (MSL) standings after the Red Eagles only managed a point against PKNS.
Former West Ham and Everton striker Tony Cottee needs little introduction but there are a few other British players that caught the attention of many in Malaysian football, including Arsenal legend David Rocastle. FourFourTwo looks at seven of the best from the United Kingdom.
Malaysia’s football scene has always been pressurising, with coaches ‘rested’ or sent packing by trigger-happy club chairmen. FourFourTwo looks at the characteristics a coach needs to survive in the Malaysia Super League (MSL).