The tragic death of Indonesian keeper Choirul Huda proves yet again that Bill Shankly’s infamous quote was nonsense. Huda, David Rocastle and Singapore’s Malaysia Cup hero Borhan Abu Samah all put the game in perspective, argues Neil Humphreys...
Johor Darul Ta’zim (JDT) celebrated their Malaysia Super League (MSL) trophy in style and got attention in England, including from former English captain David Beckham, while Perak and Felda United stage a comeback to keep their Malaysia Cup hopes alive
Two-goal advantages after the quarter-final first legs proved futile for Pahang and PKNP in the Malaysia Cup as they threw away their advantages and were sent packing by Perak and Felda United respectively.
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?