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MALAYSIAN SUPER LEAGUE

2017/2018 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
3 Felda United 11 6 5 39
4 Kedah 9 8 5 35
5 Perak 9 7 6 34
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 By Paul Murphy

FAM ponder options after Pahang reject AFC Cup slot for 2018

ESPN FC's Jason Dasey and Dez Corkhill discuss Kelantan's great escape from relegation and prospects for the 2018 season.
After Malaysia failed to win a single game in 2017, Jason Dasey and John Wilkinson assess Nelo Vingada's future.

Pahang FA have stunned Malaysian football by turning down the opportunity to take Kedah's place in the 2018 AFC Cup.

This week, the Football Association of Malaysia (FAM) announced that FA Cup winners Kedah were ineligible as they had failed to submit the necessary documentation on time.

Malaysia Super League (MSL) and FA Cup runners up Pahang were expected to take their place. But the club have released a statement revealing that they had already turned down an invitation from the FAM as they intended...

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FA Cup champions Kedah denied entry to 2018 AFC Cup

ESPN FC's Jason Dasey and Dez Corkhill discuss Kelantan's great escape from relegation and prospects for the 2018 season.

Malaysia FA Cup champions Kedah will miss out on next year's AFC Cup after the Football Association of Malaysia (FAM) revealed that they had failed to meet the deadline to obtain the necessary licence.

Kedah had qualified for the competition after winning May's final. But their place is now likely to go to Pahang, whom they beat 3-2 at Shah Alam Stadium.

A statement on the FAM website outlined the reasons why they were unable to issue the license.

"With regards to Kedah, it is very clear that only...

 By Paul Murphy

Safiq Rahim to stay Malaysia captain despite Cup final outburst

Jason Dasey and PJ Roberts preview Malaysia's upcoming match with North Korea.
Jason Dasey and PJ Roberts evaluate Malaysia's upcoming fixture versus North Korea which will be played on neutral soil.

Malaysia coach Nelo Vingada inists Safiq Rahim will remain captain of the national team despite criticism of the Johor Darul Ta'zim (JDT) midfielder's behaviour after Saturday's Malaysia Cup final victory over Kedah, and last month's 2019 AFC Asian Cup qualifier in Hong Kong.

Video footage emerged of Safiq allegedly swearing at his critics and opposition fans as his team celebrated their 2-0 triumph on Saturday.

The incident came a month after Safiq was red-carded for a dangerous challenge in the...

 By Paul Murphy

JDT agree to give Malaysia Cup prize money to victims of Penang floods

Jason Dasey and PJ Roberts preview Malaysia's upcoming match with North Korea.

Newly crowned Malaysia Cup winners Johor Darul Ta'zim (JDT) have agreed to donate their prize money from the tournament to flood victims in Penang.

Malaysian Super League champions JDT sealed a domestic double when they defeated Kedah 2-0 in Saturday's cup final, with goals from Aidil Zafuan and Gonzalo Cabrera.

But after the celebrations for the club's first-ever success in the Malaysia Cup, thoughts turned to their stricken compatriots in the north of the country.

"We have provided aid to state...

 By Nicolas Anil

Nelo Vingada eyes 'Cup final effect' on Malaysia ahead of Asian qualifier

Jason Dasey and PJ Roberts evaluate Malaysia's upcoming fixture versus North Korea which will be played on neutral soil.
Malaysia midfielder Brendan Gan opens up about his recovery from knee injury, free agency and his ambition for a comeback.

Malaysia coach Nelo Vingada admits that the timing of Saturday's Malaysia Cup final could hinder his side's chances of success in the 2019 AFC Asian Cup qualifying double header against North Korea in Thailand.

The Harimau Malaya face the North Koreans in neutral Buriram on Nov. 10 and Nov. 13.

Results in the two clashes will go a long way to deciding their fate in Group B, with the Malaysians in bottom spot, behind North Korea, Hong Kong and Lebanon.

Bur Vingada has rued the scheduling of Saturday's...