19 October 2016
In a fascinating edition to our ongoing series, Penang chief executive Bojan Hodak gives a rare insight into preparations ahead of a do-or-die Malaysia Super League relegation battle against Terengganu this Saturday night...
Fandi Ahmad and V. Sundramoorthy
13 September 2016
Once again, the Fandi ‘stay or go’ debate returns as Pahang and the Football Association of Singapore compete for his services, but there should be no debate. Unlike England’s Moore, Singapore should utilise its greatest ambassador now, argues Neil Humphreys
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11 September 2016
Following Saturday’s 1-0 win over Selangor on Saturday, Pahang have revived their hopes of beating the drop after coming two points within safety with two matches left in the season.
SHARES
7 September 2016
Singapore legend Fandi Ahmad was on a Pahang shortlist several months back, but the Malaysia Super League (MSL) side denies it is in talks to give Singapore’s favourite son a third coaching stint in Malaysia.
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20 July 2016
Second-tier Kuala Lumpur defeated Malaysia Super League (MSL) side Pahang in the Malaysia Cup Group B while Singapore international Safuwan Baharudin rescued a point for PDRM against Johor Darul Ta’zim (JDT). 
23 May 2016
In just a few short years, a fierce rivalry has developed between Malaysian clubs Johor Darul Ta’zim (JDT) and Pahang FC. FourFourTwo entered the inner sanctum of JDT supporter group ‘Boys of Straits’ to experience the rivalry first-hand…
6 March 2016
With Tampines Rovers set to take on Selangor FA in the AFC Cup on Tuesday, FourFourTwo’s Nigel Chin takes a trip down memory lane to revisit some of the greatest clashes between Singapore and Malaysia club sides.  
29 February 2016
In Southeast Asia, the new football seasons are starting to click  into gear. FourFourTwo’s John Duerden has Five Finds from last weekend's action.
22 February 2016
In Southeast Asia, the new football seasons are starting to get into gear and FourFourTwo has learned five things from the latest round of action…
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22 January 2016
Two-time defending champions Johor Darul Takzim (JDT) and reigning Malaysia Cup winners Selangor will lock horns in both the 2016 Malaysia Super League (MSL) opener and the season finale.

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