Datuk Hamidin Amin will be the FA of Malaysia president until 2025. Love him or loathe him, Hamidin appears to be the only one who measures up to lead the national body.
Victor William only became a Newcastle fan when he was 19 but that has not stopped him from following the club with passion.
Football decision-makers should start harvesting data to monetise their efforts, writes Perth-based Ghaz Ramli.
The Asian Football Confederation says it’s business as usual for Myanmar football as the military takes over running of the country.
Football desperately needs a platform where policies and ideas can be tested – a debate-like platform where civil engagements take place, and where members of the community participate in the design of the policies that affect them.
Award-winning photographer Asraf Dahari has been following Leicester City since the 1960s and believes the club will finish among the top three this season.
Former national and Kuala Lumpur players Subadron Abdul Aziz and Serbegeth Singh pay tribute to football expert Dr Jozef Venglos who died yesterday, hailing him as a visionary who made them better footballers.
Kemaman-based Muhammad Yunus Zakariah often wonders why many Malaysians glorify the English Premier League as he finds happiness with and feels connected to Real Chukai FC and Kerteh FC.
Twentytwo13 speaks to Manchester United and Liverpool fans to get their prediction for the big FA Cup match on Monday morning.
As Covid-19 cases spike in Malaysia and threaten the new M-League season, Perth-based Ghaz Ramli says it’s best for the administrators to think ahead and embrace the right stakeholders in a bid to survive this pandemic.
Kedah FA president and Kedah Menteri Besar Muhammad Sanusi Md Nor referred to Kedah players as ‘awang hitam’, raising questions whether he was ignorant and insensitive.
Freelance journalist Devinder Singh, known for his comprehensive statistics on Malaysian football, is Kuala Lumpur United Football Club’s ‘latest signing’ as he will be curating content and liaising with the media for the city team.
Groomed as an elite youth squad at the programme, are the young boys of the newly set up FAM-NSC Project Squad truly prepared for the high competitive nature of the Malaysian Premier League? Or will their spirit crumble and end their football career?