Three months after escaping relegation, Aston Villa could go top of the English Premier League when it faces Leeds tomorrow morning (3am).
S. Subramaniam is tired of warming the bench since the start of the season and hopes to play in Kuala Lumpur’s final Premier League match against Kuching City.
Sidek Ahmad started the Malaysian Leeds United Fan Club 16 years ago when the side was relegated from the English Premier League. Today he is happy to see them back with the big boys and predicts a high-scoring match against Manchester City.
No changes to M-League schedule despite spike in Covid-19 cases in Sabah but football guardians will have no qualms postponing the league again if situation worsens.
Sports journalist Devinder Singh, a hardcore Kuala Lumpur fan, has taken the initiative to produce match day programme books for the city outfit – proving that you don’t need millions of ringgit or a huge committee to do something meaningful.
Kuala Lumpur FA footballer S. Subramaniam says playing in an empty stadium is not the best experience as he hopes to help the city side qualify for the Super League next season. Also, don’t miss out on what to expect in the third week of the English Premier League.
Selangor FA claims to be Johor Darul Ta’zim’s (JDT) rival but in reality the Klang Valley outfit is a far cry from its nickname the Red Giants, writes Muhammad Yunus Zakariah.
The first ‘big six’ clash of the new Premier League will see Chelsea hosting Liverpool on Sunday night with Reds fans excited by the prospect of Thiago Alcantara joining the English champion.
Being a rather small market compared to China and Indonesia, there are clearly plenty of benefits in liberalising our football competitions and opening them up to Singapore clubs, writes Twentytwo13 contributor Muhammad Yunus Zakariah.
The English Premier League kicks off tomorrow with Premier League champion Liverpool taking on Championship winner Leeds in the match of the week.
Football fans in Malaysia are made to believe (the late) Datuk Mohktar Dahari scored 86 goals but it is a figure that even the FA of Malaysia cannot confirm as we have once again failed in documenting history.
The bigger the brand, the bigger the risk of failure, writes Twentywo13 contributor Muhammad Yunus Zakariah. He says marketing can reduce those risks and it matters as much as the team – perhaps even more.
Former international Syed Adney Syed Hussein says turning FAs to FCs should have been initiated two decades ago as football administrators will never be ready until they stand on their own feet.