19 November 2017
Singapore defender and PDRM skipper Safuwan Baharudin will play for Pahang FA in the 2018 Malaysia Super League season, a club official has told FourFourTwo.
16 October 2017
Later this week, FourFourTwo will publish a comprehensive list of Southeast Asia's Best Imports. There are also plenty of players from within the region who have gone to other ASEAN nations and become heroes. Some of the most successful are mentioned below, in no particular order... 
12 October 2017
FourFourTwo understands both Home United's Stipe Plazibat and Faris Ramli could leave the Protectors at the end of the season, as Thai and Malaysia clubs make their move...
28 September 2017
The topic of naturalisation often draws a mixed response. While it may be a short-term fix for Malaysia’s international woes, the long-term rewards are uncertain. Leaving the debate aside for another day, which imports in the Malaysia Super League (MSL) could be naturalised and when?
25 September 2017
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.
15 September 2017
Kedah were cruising to the semi-final after twice taking the lead away from home, but Selangor fought bravely to reduce the deficit to 3-2 in the Malaysia Cup quarter-final first leg on Friday.
13 September 2017
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…
11 September 2017
Here are FFT’s observations from an eventful week which also saw the return of the Malaysia Cup on Saturday.
8 September 2017
​Six teams have already qualified for the Malaysia Cup quarter-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.
25 August 2017
Pahang midfielder Nor Azam Abdul Azih is receiving plenty of praise for his SEA Games performances with the Malaysia Under-22 side, especially after being a game-changer against Singapore. He tells FourFourTwo of his rise and desire to do more for both club and country.

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