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.
Once the most prestigious trophy in Malaysian football, the Malaysia Cup’s profile has dipped in recent years. But the desire to win silverware has ensured the competition remains exciting. FourFourTwo takes a look at this year's quarter-final ties…
Six teams have already qualified for theMalaysia Cupquarter-finals, but only two – Kedah and debutants PKNP – have confirmed top spot. Two group deciders and a winner-takes-all tie are where your attention should be come Saturday.
Two month-long breaks in 2017, outside of the post-season holidays, resulted in a tight fixture list for Malaysia Super League (MSL) teams. Such a common issue in Malaysian football over the years, will it improve in 2018?
Malaysia Super League (MSL) club Johor Darul Ta’zim (JDT) swiftly appointed Ulisses Morais as their new head coach on the same day Benjamin Mora was demoted to JDT II. FourFourTwo takes a look at the Portuguese’s past and what’s in store for the Malaysian giants.
In the third of a four-part series, best-selling author and FourFourTwo columnist Neil Humphreys argues for the return of established powerhouses like Woodlands and Tanjong Pagar to give local football a fighting chance.
In Part I of our interview with Malaysian legend Zainal Abidin Hassan, we travelled back to his renowned playing days. In Part II, we explore his transition into the coaching ranks, his successes and his biggest challenge...