The 2018 Malaysia Premier League (MPL) season looms as an exciting affair, with a number of teams investing in high-profile players in their quest to finish in the top two and earn promotion to the top-flight.
The introduction of the ASEAN quota has opened up opportunities for more players from this region to ply their trade in the upcoming season of the Malaysia Super League (MSL) and Cambodia is no exception.
While the senior Malaysian team struggled through a winless year, the country’s junior sides broke some impressive new ground in 2017. The challenge now is to translate those results into some overdue success in the senior ranks, as FourFourTwo explored…
Newly crowned FAM Cup champions Sime Darby and Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia FC (UKM) will begin their journey as full-fledged professional teams when they play in the Malaysia Premier League (MPL) next season.
The ability to turn a team into potential champions is Bojan Hodak’s forte and now the Croat, who has a host of achievements to his name across Southeast Asia with a number of regional clubs, has turned his attention to developing youth footballers in Malaysia.
The Malaysia Premier League (MPL) and the FAM Cup provide perfect breeding grounds for future stars in the country. Here are the eight players who could play for Malaysia Super League (MSL) teams next season.
Former Malaysia Cup champions Kuala Lumpur, Terengganu and Negeri Sembilan along with Perak’s PKNP FC are the four teams with chances to finish top two for promotion spots to the Malaysia Super League (MSL) next season.