Malaysia Premier League

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)... 
8 May 2017
The mid-season transfer window for Malaysia Super League (MSL) and Malaysia Premier League (MPL) teams opens this month. Clubs will be hoping their new arrivals can have the same kind of impact as these former imports did when they hit Malaysian shores…
8 May 2017
Only two Singaporeans are still playing on foreign lands, but that number could soon dwindle down... 
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.
Negeri Sembilan remain unbeaten halfway into the Malaysia Premier League (MPL) season, but could be showing signs of chinks in their armour after drawing their last two matches, ending a terrific seven-match winning run to start the season.
7 April 2017
 Singapore’s only two overseas representatives did not have much to talk about in March, due to injury and a lack of games... 
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6 April 2017
Three players from Malaysia Premier League (MPL) side MIFA were arrested on suspicion of accepting bribes to determine the outcome of the club’s matches this season.
29 March 2017
New Football Association of Malaysia (FAM) president Tunku Ismail Sultan had a busy first day in office, chairing a brief executive committee meeting, speaking to the press, meeting the fans and of course, sounding his intentions loud and clear. Here’s five key areas he addressed… 
Negeri Sembilan have set the pace in the Malaysia Premier League (MPL) by opening a four-point lead over second-place Terengganu (18 points) with surprise-package Perak SEDC at third position with 15 points.

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