Kelantan's fruitless night in Kota Bahru, coupled with Sarawak’s come-from-behind 4-2 win against fancied Kedah, meant the teams swapped places in the Malaysia Super League (MSL) relegation battle after the penultimate round.
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...
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.
Like every new Malaysia Super League (MSL) season, there will be plenty of hope and optimism for the year ahead. But some other elements we wished were long gone just keep being repeated. Here are five unwanted instances we are likely to see once more in 2017.
It’s just days to the start of the 2017 Malaysia Super League and most teams appear set after completing their transfer activities, but three players at three-time defending champions Johor Darul Ta’zim (JDT) are still uncertain of their roles.
Malaysia skipper Amri Yahyah will play for Malacca in 2017 after speculation of a move to Selangor cooled off. The Red Giants appear to have little money for the transfer market and have agreed to sell Ahmad Hazwan Bakri to Johor Darul Ta'zim (JDT).