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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

TMJ says he wants FAM presidency to change Malaysian game forever

Johor Crown Prince is set to run for the FAM President, as TMJ are set to take on ex-Kelantan boss Annuar Musa.
ESPN FC's Jason Dasey sits down for an exclusive interview with the Crown Prince of Johor and Chairman of JDT to discuss his vision for the future of the club.

Tunku Sultan Ismail says he has decided to put himself at the forefront of the Football Association of Malaysia presidential elections because he has had enough of seeing the nation's football scene stuck in the doldrums.

Malaysia are ranked 162nd in the world, failed to get out of the group stage of the 2016 AFF Suzuki Cup, and have suffered one 10-0 and three 6-0 thrashings at the hands of Asian opponents in the last two years. They also drew at home against regional minnows Macau and Timor-Leste.

"I...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

TMJ has 'right spirit' to become next FAM president - Tony Fernandes

Johor Crown Prince is set to run for the FAM President, as TMJ are set to take on ex-Kelantan boss Annuar Musa.
Ong Kim Swee and Brad Maloney are heading to England for a month-long training stint with QPR.

AirAsia boss Tan Sri Tony Fernandes has singled out Tunku Sultan Ismail as the most eligible presidential candidate for next month's Football Association of Malaysia (FAM) elections.

The Johor Prince, better known as TMJ, will run against ex-Kelantan boss Tan Sri Annuar Musa for the top job on March 25.

The Queens Park Rangers chairman says TMJ has the entrepreneurial cutting edge to take Malaysian football forward after a troubled few years.

"I don't know who will win, but TMJ is so enthusiastic...

 By Nicolas Anil

Johor Crown Prince and ex-Kelantan boss to vie for FAM presidency

ESPN FC's Jason Dasey sits down for an exclusive interview with the Crown Prince of Johor and Chairman of JDT to discuss his vision for the future of the club.
Crown Prince of Johor at Larkin Stadium
The Crown Prince of Johor has told officials that he will run to be the next FAM president.

Tunku Sultan Ismail has emerged as the hot favourite to lead Malaysian football for the next four years after the Johor royal confirmed his participation in next month's Football Association of Malaysia (FAM) presidential elections.

The Johor Crown Prince, also known as TMJ, will contest the hot seat against former Kelantan president Tan Sri Annuar Musa at the FAM elections on Mar. 25.

TMJ is the owner of three-time defending Malaysia Super League champions, Johor Darul Ta'zim, who also won the...

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Malaysia fall in FIFA rankings with Mario Gomez linked to national job

Jason Dasey and John Wilkinson preview the latest fixtures in the Malaysia Super League.
JDT coach Mario Gomez
Mario Gomez stepped down as JDT head coach just before the start of the 2017 season.

Malaysia slipped one spot down the FIFA rankings on Thursday, with mystery continuing to surround the prediction of Johor Darul Ta'zim's owner that ex-boss Mario Gomez is about to take over as national coach.

The Harimau Malaysia dropped to 162nd, two spots above Singapore, who climbed one rung on the latest list.

The hint about Gomez's imminent appointment came from Tunku Sultan Ismail, who was pictured with the Argentine on the club's Facebook page, describing him as the "future national...

 By Jason Dasey

Coaches Ong, Maloney welcomed as QPR's Malaysian bond deepens

Ong Kim Swee and Brad Maloney are heading to England for a month-long training stint with QPR.

It is a groundbreaking arrangement to have two Malaysian coaches working day-to-day at a professional club in London. But it won't be the first taste of English football for Datuk Ong Kim Swee and his assistant Brad Maloney.

The pair, who arrived in the U.K. on Tuesday, are spending the next month as part of the coaching staff of English Championship side Queens Park Rangers. It's a deal arranged by QPR's majority owners, Tune Group, who control the AirAsia budget airline.

Arsenal fan Ong became...