Zainal Abidin Hassan

28 August 2017
Overlooked for Selangor’s top post on more than one occasion, P. Maniam bided his time until his opportunity came along. Now that he is in charge of the dugout, the 48-year-old’s reputation is quickly rising.
20 July 2017
While few ASEAN footballers have truly made an impact on distant shores, many of the best to have kicked a ball in the region can tell stories of how they almost ended up far away. FourFourTwo recalls some of those who didn't quite make it on foreign land...
In Part I of our interview with Malaysian legend Zainal Abidin Hassan, we travelled back to his renowned playing days. In Part II, we explore his transition into the coaching ranks, his successes and his biggest challenge...
31 May 2017
Zainal Abidin Hassan has packed plenty into his career, both as a legendary player in Malaysian football and now as a coach. He sat down with FourFourTwo and in Part I we discuss his 130-plus games for his country, goals galore for both Selangor and Pahang and how it all started...
11 April 2017
FourFourTwo series 'Telling it like it is', when Southeast Asian football identities give us rare personal insights in their own words, is back for 2017. To kick us off, popular Balestier Khalsa coach Marko Kraljevic reveals his thoughts from his time playing and coaching in Singapore and Malaysia...
10 April 2017
Defending champions Johor Darul Ta’zim (JDT) climbed higher up the Malaysia Super League (MSL) table after giving promoted side Malacca a 7-0 hiding, one day after a Kedah player accused another promoted side of not belonging in the top flight.
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...
11 May 2016
There are a host of good reasons – not least of which is financial – why Tampines Rovers should be taking their AFC Cup progress very seriously, as Kenneth Tan explores...
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10 May 2016
Guiding the first Singaporean club into the AFC Cup knockout stages since 2012, Tampines Rovers mentor V Sundramoorthy believes his side has the ability to go far in this year’s competition. 
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9 May 2016
Selangor only need a point against Tampines on Tuesday to qualify for the next round of the AFC Cup, but head coach Zainal Abidin Hassan insists he won't adopt a defensive strategy. 

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