Allan Harris sadly passed away last week at the age of 74, but the Englishman will always have a special place in the hearts of Malaysian and Singaporean football fans, although for very different reasons.
Choosing the right imports is often the difference between winning and losing in Southeast Asian football. But do they inhibit the development of the local players? Total bans on foreigners and even banning players from certain countries have been experimented with. What's the best approach?
Why isn't Natxo Insa part of the current Malaysian squad? It's a question the country has been asking after the Johor Darul Ta’zim (JDT) star was again omitted by coach Nelo Vingada. JDT owner Tunku Ismail Sultan Ibrahim explained to FourFourTwo why the midfielder has yet to make an International bow.
The 2017 Malaysia Super League (MSL) campaign was a rollercoaster ride Melaka United did not expect after back-to-back promotions since 2015, punctuated by a sacked coach, dressing room disharmony and a relegation battle…
In light of a travel ban to North Korea issued by the Malaysian government on Thursday, the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) has decided to postpone the Asian Cupqualifier between Malaysia and North Korea in Pyongyang for the third time.
The topic of naturalisation often draws a mixed response. While it may be a short-term fix for Malaysia’s international woes, the long-term rewards are uncertain. Leaving the debate aside for another day, which imports in the Malaysia Super League (MSL) could be naturalised and when?
Comfortably the jewel of Malaysian football, Johor Darul Ta’zim’s (JDT) rise to dominance can be traced back to Tunku Ismail Sultan Ibrahim’s decision to get involved back in 2013. In the first of a revealing four-part series, the Crown Prince of Johor joined Vijhay Vick to talk about the journey so far and what lies ahead…
Malaysia Cup action dominated the headlines, but the Kelantan Football Association (KAFA) also drew attention on Sunday after appointing Bibi Ramjani Ilias Khan as president. Elsewhere, Ken Ilso and Zachary Anderson announced they were leaving Malaysia Super League (MSL) side Kedah.