9 October 2017
Already forced to make two changes, Malaysia coach Nelo Vingada may not alter his line-up drastically from the side that drew 1-1 with Hong Kong in the reverse fixture in September. FourFourTwo puts out an 11 that could take the field in the Asian Cup qualifiers…
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20 March 2017
The adidas Tango League got underway in Kuala Lumpur, with TOT United A and Shahril Anuar emerging the biggest winners on Sunday.
23 February 2017
Having worked together previously at Selangor, Perak captain Shahrom Kalam will be Mehmet Durakovic’s trusted lieutenant at Perak after the Australian replaced Karl Weigang. Shahrom tells FourFourTwo that Durakovic will demand plenty of discipline...
16 January 2017
Having returned to Perak for a second stint, centre-back Shahrom Kalam is no stranger to surroundings at Perak. He admits Karl Weigang’s methods are demanding but heaped praises on the German’s winning mentality. 
4 November 2016
Heading into the AFF Suzuki Cup in poor form, Malaysia coach Ong Kim Swee has a lot on his plate. Vijhay Vick lists what the Tigers need at the competition.  
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5 October 2016
Recalled for Malaysia after three months, Selangor captain Shahrom Kalam tells Vijhay Vick that the Suzuki Cup is a stepping stone for the Tigers but it is an important one nonetheless... 
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25 August 2016
Following the premature international retirement of Malaysian skipper Safiq Rahim and co-captain Aidil Zafuan Abdul Radzak, Ong Kim Swee needs to pick a new general on the pitch. Vijhay Vick lists five suitable candidates for the armband. 
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5 August 2016
How did members of the national team react to the Suzuki Cup draw held recently in Myanmar? Shock? Happiness? FourFourTwo spoke to them to find out... 
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12 April 2016
Having conducted an emergency post-mortem on their recent poor performances, the Selangor captain has asserted that the team needs to work together to turn their season around. 
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25 March 2016
Malaysian coach Ong Kim Swee has defended his negative approach to the World Cup qualifying clash with Saudi Arabia, saying he was aiming to avoid the type of massacre inflicted on the Tigers on previous visits to the Middle East.

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