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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Malaysia could still play in North Korea, final decision in May - AFC

ESPN FC's Jason Dasey and Stanley Bernard discuss the state of Malaysia ahead of their upcoming Asian Cup qualifiers.
Jason Dasey and PJ Roberts ask if Malaysia were right to request a neutral venue for their fixture with North Korea.

There is still a possibility that Pyongyang will host Malaysia's 2019 Asian Cup qualifier against North Korea in June, according to the Asian Football Confederation (AFC).

A statement released on Thursday said that a final decision on whether the third-round game would be played in the North Korean capital, or at neutral venue, will be made early next month.

If political tensions between the nations ease, Pyongyang could still stage the match. In the meantime, AFC will investigate possible neutral...

 By Nicolas Anil

TMJ has passion, optimism to help Malaysian football - AFC boss

ESPN FC's Jason Dasey and Stanley Bernard discuss the state of Malaysia ahead of their upcoming Asian Cup qualifiers.
Jason Dasey and PJ Roberts ask if Malaysia were right to request a neutral venue for their fixture with North Korea.
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AFC general-secretary Windsor John says the expanded Asian Cup presents a good opportunity for ASEAN nations.

Asian Football Confederation (AFC) general-secretary Datuk Windsor John believes the landscape of the game could change with the appointment of three new presidents in Southeast Asia ahead of the 2019 AFC Asian Cup qualifiers.

The Crown Prince of Johor (TMJ) became Malaysia's new football leader in March after Pol. Gen. Somyot Poompanmoung took charge as Thailand supremo the previous month.

Before that, Indonesia breathed new life into their leadership after returning from a FIFA ban with the appointment...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

New FAM president TMJ to order life bans for corrupt referees

ESPN FC's Jason Dasey and Stanley Bernard discuss the state of Malaysia ahead of their upcoming Asian Cup qualifiers.
New FAM President TMJ with Hamidin
TMJ is planning to bring in foreign referees for selected matches in an attempt to raise standards.

Football Association of Malaysia (FAM) will take strong measures against dishonest or incompetent referees, with the new regime under the Crown Prince of Johor (TMJ) ready to impose life bans on those officials caught guilty of corruption.

"I have the instructed the FAM integrity committee and Football Referees Association to investigate referees and poorly officiated matches," said TMJ via a post on FAM's official Facebook page.

"I want a detailed investigation to be done and a decision to be made...

 By Nicolas Anil

Pahang plot defensive plan ahead of JDT clash in Cup - Matt Davies

Jason Dasey is joined by Malaysia and Pahang defender, Matt Davies, to discuss the national team's defensive growth.
Pahang captain Matthew Davies looks ahead to the Malaysia FA Cup quarterfinal draw with JDT.
Matthew Davies of Pahang
Matthew Davies says Pahang must tighten up defensively if they're to prevail against JDT in the FA Cup.

Pahang captain Matthew Davies feels his side are far from the finished article after they had to come from behind twice to force a 2-2 home draw against Selangor in the Malaysia Super League (MSL) on Saturday.

Faisal Rosli's 88th minute goal rescued a point for the Elephants just when they appeared headed for defeat in Kuantan.

"It was a good point, but we made it hard for ourselves, especially in defence," Davies said.

"There is still plenty for us to work on after this. I think it's about regrouping,...