Tunku Ismail

22 August 2017
Tan Cheng Hoe is comfortably one of the best local coaches to emerge from Malaysia in recent times. As part of our annual series on the Top 15 ASEAN Managers, the Malaysia national team assistant coach joined FFT for an exclusive chat...
The saying goes there are lies, damned lies and statistics, but often statistics can help paint a picture of a particular landscape. When it comes to the opportunities for local coaches in Southeast Asia, they certainly do just that.
6 August 2017
Football Association of Malaysia (FAM) president Tunku Ismail Sultan Ibrahim said that winning the SEA Games gold medal in Kuala Lumpur is a target but he will not be the be all and end all. 
Two month-long breaks in 2017, outside of the post-season holidays, resulted in a tight fixture list for Malaysia Super League (MSL) teams. Such a common issue in Malaysian football over the years, will it improve in 2018?
4 July 2017
July 2 marked 100 days since Tunku Ismail Sultan Ibrahim took helm of Football Association of Malaysia (FAM). FourFourTwo takes a look at some highlights in Malaysian football since March 25, some positive some not…
29 June 2017
Nelo Vingada has had a baptism of fire in Malaysian football since becoming head coach of the national team in May, but as he told FourFourTwo, outside criticism doesn't bother him one bit...
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24 June 2017
The Asian Football Confederation (AFC) have confirmed they have received an official letter from organisers of the proposed ASEAN Super League (ASL) stating the largely maligned competition won’t be going ahead.
20 June 2017
Last week Malaysia lost their first match under the tutelage of new coach Nelo Vingada. While some criticism could be expected in a football country that often has unrealistically high hopes, the reaction has been way over the top, argues John Duerden...
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.
13 June 2017
A proud former Malaysian captain, Safiq Rahim shocked the country when he retired from Harimau Malaya in July 2016. Now back in the fold, he told Vijhay Vick the reasons behind his retirement, what made him change his mind and how qualifying for the 2019 Asian Cup could be the highlight of his international career.

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