Mehmet Durakovic

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… 
25 January 2017
Australians have a long history of contributing to the Malaysian football scene. In a tribute to Australia Day this week, we at FourFourTwo are revisiting our look at the Aussies who left a mark, including some who now call Malaysia home permanently…
27 October 2016
Defending champions Selangor meet Kedah on Sunday in a repeat of last year’s Malaysia Cup final, but the situation is quite different 12 months on, writes Vijhay Vick...
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18 December 2015
The Malaysia Cup winners have extended defender Robert Cornwaite’s stay just days after showing him the door, but compatriot Mehmet Durakovic’s future as coach will only be announced next week.
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18 December 2015
With speculation of Mehmet Durakovic’s future at Selangor growing, former Pahang coach Zainal Abidin Hassan has confirmed he is speaking to the Red Giants and PDRM ahead of the 2016 season.
15 December 2015
With the conclusion of the Malaysia Cup, Vijhay Vick lists the players that caught his attention, selecting one player from each position from this year’s competition, along with a young star and his top coach.
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13 December 2015
Indonesian starlet Andik Vermansyah is eager to make a name for himself at Selangor and attain the same status as compatriots Bambang Pamungkas and Elie Aiboy...
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13 December 2015
The coach was on cloud nine after guiding Selangor to a record 33rd Malaysia Cup victory, even as doubts over his future persist.
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24 November 2015
Selangor coach Mehmet Durakovic has not been bothered by speculation about his job, preferring to concentrate on his confident team ahead of their visit to Sarawak on Tuesday.
1 May 2015
As you would expect, Alistair Edwards names a dream team made out of mostly former Singapore and Johor players...
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