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MALAYSIAN SUPER LEAGUE

2018/2019 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
3 PKNS 10 5 7 35
4 Pahang 9 7 6 34
5 Terengganu 10 4 8 34
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 By Dez Corkhill

JDT need to be challenged as Malaysia football aims higher for 2018

Jason Dasey and John Wilkinson discuss Pep Guardiola's promise to visit JDT if Manchester City win the Premier League title.

The end of 2017 could not come quickly enough for most Malaysian football fans after a disastrous year for the national team and numerous off-the-field problems.

The only way, surely, is up this year, with hopes for a better showing at all international levels, a more competitive league and an end to the seemingly endless administrative problems.

Here are five wishes for Malaysian football in 2018.

1. Competitive showing at the AFC U23 Championship

At senior level, Malaysia's international fortunes...

 By Paul Murphy

Pahang FA 'will never submit an appeal' for two-year AFC ban

Pahang FA insist they will not appeal after they were hit with a two-year ban from AFC competition following the club's refusal to participate in the 2018 AFC Cup.

This was despite the fact that Football Association of Malaysia (FAM) president Tunku Ismail Sultan Ibrahim (TMJ) called for leniency after his own organisation imposed the ban on Pahang.

But even TMJ's intervention was not enough to convince the club to back down.

"The Pahang Football Association of the Federation will never submit an...

 By Paul Murphy

Cambodia ace Chan Vathanaka joins Malaysia's Pahang from Japan

Cambodia attacker Chan Vathanaka has signed for Malaysia Super League (MSL) club Pahang after a disappointing spell in Japan.

Vathanaka has agreed a one-year deal with the Elephants as he opts for Malaysia, despite rumours of interest from clubs in Thailand.

The 23-year-old moved on loan from Cambodian side Boeung Ket Angkor to Fujieda MYFC in J3 at the beginning of the 2017 season. The transfer was widely anticipated as a stepping stone to a possible switch to a side in upper tiers of Japanese...

 By John Duerden

Pahang want to make AFC Cup on merit not by default - Dollah Salleh

Nelo Vingada is out as the Malaysian national team manager after losing six of his last seven matches.

Ex-Malaysia national coach Dollah Salleh wants Pahang to qualify for the AFC Cup off their own backs and not as a handout.

Last month, Pahang were given a chance to enter the competition after FA Cup winners Kedah failed to secure the necessary AFC club licence.

As Malaysia Super League runners-up Pahang were next in line, but Dollah's Pahang refused to accept the spot, insisting that they preferred to focus on domestic commitments.

The club could face sanctions from Football Association of Malaysia...

 By Jason Dasey

Safuwan Baharudin prepares for Pahang but dreams of A-League return

With Hassan Sunny and Safuwan Baharudin set to join new clubs, PJ Roberts says more Singapore internationals should be playing abroad.

He will join Malaysian giants Pahang for the 2018 season, but there's more than a hint that Safuwan Baharudin's eye is continuing to wander for leagues beyond Southeast Asia.

The former Melbourne City utility player will link up with former national coach Dollah Salleh in Kuantan in what many would see as a dream move.

Dollah, an attack-minded coach who has been a long-time admirer of Singapore's Safuwan, took Pahang to the FA Cup final last season, and second place in the Malaysia Super League...