15 February 2018
Legendary names such as Mokhtar Dahari, Santokh Singh and Zainal Abidin Hassan have been by-products of Selangor youth sides. In more recent times, the club has also seen the likes of Safiq Rahim and newest revelation Syahmi Safari come through the ranks. FourFourTwo picks out seven top players the Red Giants have produced since the start of the new millennium...
26 January 2018
Former footballer Michal Vana left Singapore in late 1994 hanging over the side of an Indonesian fishing boat and with the police on his tail.
22 January 2018
Outside of the under-22 team’s surprising run to SEA Games silver on home soil back in August, there was little to like about 2017 for Malaysian football fans.
11 January 2018
Experienced Singapore defender Baihakki Khaizan will soon head to Thailand to join Muangthong United after the veteran chose the Thai giants over Saudi Arabian second division side Jeddah Club and Malaysia Super League (MSL) newcomers Kuala Lumpur.
10 January 2018
FourFourTwo understands that Singapore defender Baihakki Khaizan has come to a verbal agreement with Malaysia Super League (MSL) side Kuala Lumpur and is expected to sign with the City Boys within the next 24 hours.
9 January 2018
Experienced Singaporean Baihakki Khaizan has recently been linked with a move to Saudi Arabia after the former Johor Darul Ta'zim (JDT) defender went through a successful five-day trial. But a return to the Malaysia Super League or a shift to Thailand is also being considered, the veteran revealed to FourFourTwo...
29 November 2017
The newly created ‘ASEAN Player’ rule may have only just been implemented, but already we’re seeing the benefits it can bring to the region and why it should be adopted right across Southeast Asia...
24 November 2017
Floating pitches, dynamic murals, even a motorbike track - as part of our series on Southeast Asia's football stadiums, we take a look at some of the region's more unusual venues...
2 November 2017
Malaysia Cup Final | Shah Alam Stadium | Sat 4 Nov | 9pm
23 October 2017
Choosing the right imports is often the difference between winning and losing in Southeast Asian football. But do they inhibit the development of the local players? Total bans on foreigners and even banning players from certain countries have been experimented with. What's the best approach?

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