Kelantan

28 June 2017
The Malaysia Super League (MSL) finally resumes on July 1 after a five-week mid-season break. With many eager for the action to re-start, here are 10 things you should expect between now and the end of the campaign…
27 June 2017
Ahead of the return of the Malaysia Super League this weekend, we have taken a look at the action off the pitch over the first half of the season that hogged the headlines and produced many talking points...
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 Malaysia Super League defending champions Johor Darul Ta’zim (JDT) announced the signing of Natxo Insa from Levante on Tuesday but the Spaniard may actually play as a naturalised player, while the rest of the field are wrapping up business days before the window shuts.
6 June 2017
In what appears to be a blatant disregard to the rights of the players, Kelantan have a long list of unpaid salaries and compensation claims. FourFourTwo discovers that the Red Warriors have as many as seven cases that are pending an outcome by world governing body FIFA.
5 May 2017
Some long overdue punishments were handed down this week for clubs failing to pay players on time or complete the correct paperwork. As John Duerden argues, they are well overdue and must now be standard practice, rather than a one-off...
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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.
25 April 2017
Seen as integral to a team’s fortunes, Malaysia Super League (MSL) clubs always seem to be in search of imported players. Here’s a guide on how foreign players can prolong their Malaysian stay…
11 April 2017
FourFourTwo series 'Telling it like it is', when Southeast Asian football identities give us rare personal insights in their own words, is back for 2017. To kick us off, popular Balestier Khalsa coach Marko Kraljevic reveals his thoughts from his time playing and coaching in Singapore and Malaysia...
27 February 2017
Pahang midfielder Ahmad Syamim Yahya courted controversy when he was caught on television flashing his middle finger, while Johor Darul Ta’zim (JDT) owner Tunku Ismail Sultan Ibrahim wants to be a player, all in this week’s Malaysia Super League (MSL) talking points.
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26 February 2017
Malaysia Super League (MSL) leaders Kedah came from a goal down to defeat Penang in the Northern derby, while Pahang are nipping at their heels and Johor Darul Ta’zim (JDT) are getting back on track following match day six.

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