Malaysia

20 February 2017
The Southeast Asian football scene is stacked with an ever-growing list of prodigiously talented teenagers. We've scoured the region for the absolute cream of the crop and here they are – FourFourTwo's inaugural series, '20 Under-20'...
9 May 2016
Throughout 2016, FourFourTwo has been digging deep into the rich and colourful history of club football across Southeast Asia. This is the home of all that compelling content and will continue to be updated as the journey continues.
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…
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.
24 April 2017
Having worked his way into the hearts of Selangor fans as their captain in the mid-1990s, Mehmet Durakovic then returned to his home country of Australia to earn his coaching badges. But he was drawn back to Malaysia at the end of 2013 and hasn’t left since. Here he tells us why… 
24 April 2017
Johor Darul Ta’zim (JDT) coach Benjamin Mora felt his side was robbed by the referees as the Southern Tigers were eliminated from the FA Cup by Pahang, while Kedah need to pick themselves up ahead of the semi-finals...
19 April 2017
Tampines Rovers kept their AFC Cup dreams alive after a 3-1 victory against Felda United. FourFourTwo’s Shanjayan Muniappan dishes out the Stags’ ratings…
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19 April 2017
S.League club Tampines Rovers have blown Group G wide open after stunning Felda United 3-1 in the AFC Cup at Tun Razak Stadium on Wednesday night. 
19 April 2017
Malaysian clubs are dependent on foreign players, who usually have to hit the ground running or risk a swift exit. FourFourTwo looks at 10 imports who didn’t make the grade once Malaysia reopened its doors to imports in 2012, including an Olympic winner, an Argentine star and a former Liverpool forward.
18 April 2017
In part two of this year's series, where players pen their own thoughts, Philippines international Mark Hartmann says Sarawak will rebound from their poor start, while his pick for the best Malaysian team he has faced may surprise you...

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