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.
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 organisations play wait-and-see after sports marketing firm MP & Silva wound up by UK High Court of Justice on Wednesday.
Former internationals Reduan Abdullah and Tang Siew Seng insist the best way forward for Malaysian football is by investing in the grassroots.
Stuart Ramalingam and Malaysians abroad earmarked as part of Hamidin Amin’s line-up if he wins Football Association of Malaysia presidency on July 14.