The likes of Indonesia’s Andritany Ardhiyasa and Thailand Kawin Thamsatchanan often top the list when it comes to goalkeepers in Southeast Asia these days, but there were several Malaysians who were once in a class of their own. FourFourTwo lists down five of the best custodians Malaysia have had in this first part of a series
Foreign players are often the first one the chopping block as teams beef up their squads during the Malaysia Super League (MSL) transfer window. Here are five players could also leave soon - we're leaving out the likes of Jorge Pereyra Diaz, Luciano Figueroa, Ferdinand Sinaga, Bruno Lopes and Francis Forkey Doe who have either already left or are leaving mid-season…
Johor Darul Ta’zim’s (JDT) efforts in the past two AFC Cup competitions appeared to be part of a transitional period. But failing to progress from the group stage for the first time in four seasons has forced the club to go back to the drawing board. Here’s what we’ve learned:
The Bundesliga may not enjoy as wide a following in certain quarters compared to the English Premier League or Spain's La Liga but it ranks high up there in many aspects. FourFourTwo discovers a number of interesting things during a recent Bundesliga tour, including an introduction which reads “Football, as it’s meant to be”….
The success of Asian players in the 1990s and 2000s led to more European teams looking at players from the continent. These seven players would waltz into FourFourTwo’s Asia50 if their exploits were in the present day...
Long before Johor Darul Ta'zim had a star-studded side, Pahang were once labelled as the 'galacticos' of Malaysia. They won the inaugural 2004 Malaysia Super League title (MSL) and later capped a successful era with a triumph in the 2006 FA Cup. Where are the members of the side that defeated Perlis 4-2 on penalties in the final?
Four goals from Marko Simic left Johor Darul Ta'zim's (JDT) 2018 AFC Cup campaign in tatters as Persija Jakarta cruised to a 4-0 win to put themselves in pole position to top Group H. Vijhay Vick rates the JDT players.