Football Association of Malaysia

17 May 2017
Former Malaysia defender Lim Chan Yew had a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to join English club Bournemouth for pre-season in July 2005. Nothing more was ever going to come out of it because of work permit issues, but the defender never knew about it until he got there...
13 May 2017
In light of recent decisions to docks points from Malaysian clubs for not settling their dues, former Negeri Sembilan import Marian Juhas has decided enough is enough, deciding to reveal his eight-year wait for compensation for contract termination in 2009. Vijhay Vick speaks to the Slovakian, the Professional Footballers Association of Malaysia (PFAM) and Football Association of Malaysia (FAM)... 
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11 May 2017
Football Association of Malaysia (FAM) president Tunku Ismail Sultan Ibrahim has spoken out against the decision to play Malaysia’s Asian Cup qualifying match with North Korea in Pyongyang. 
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9 May 2017
Malaysia will travel to Pyongyang to face North Korea in their opening Asian Cup qualifier on June 8 as diplomatic tensions between the two countries appear to have eased.
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Malaysia Super League (MSL) teams Kelantan and T-Team and Premier League sides ATM and Perlis have all been docked six points from their respective campaigns for failing to complete their registration for the 2017 season.
24 April 2017
It has been one month since Tunku Ismail Sultan Ibrahim became Football Association of Malaysia president. Seen by many as the potential saviour of Malaysian football, the Crown Prince of Johor’s presence is already telling. FourFourTwo looks at five changes so far, with plenty more expected in the coming months.
7 April 2017
Barely two weeks after announcing Mario Gomez as Malaysia’s new head coach, the Football Association of Malaysia (FAM) are in the market once again. It has been a far from ideal start to Tunku Ismail Sultan Ismail’s tenure...
13 March 2017
Whichever way the Football Association of Malaysia (FAM) votes in this month’s Congress, the national body will have leadership from outside the Pahang Royal family for the first time since 1984. So FourFourTwo have taken a look at how Malaysian football has changed over the past three decades...
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6 March 2017
Malaysia's Asian Cup qualifying opener against North Korea in Pyongyang on March 28 might not occur after Malaysia's government barred the Tigers from traveling there due to security concerns following the alleged assassination of Kim Jong Nam. 
6 March 2017
Foreigners play a pivotal role in Malaysian football, dominating the scoring charts and often proving the difference in the hunt for trophies. But are they doing anything to help the country's local talent?

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