Keeping Regional Football Local


Malaysia Football Personalities

Rajagobal Uplift For Brunei Football

The appointment of AFF Championship-winning head coach K Rajagobal could be the masterstroke that will lift Brunei towards becoming a credible Southeast Asian football nation under his guidance.

What’s Next for Southeast Asia after Phenomenal Asian Under-23s’ Showing?

The outstanding performances of Malaysia and Vietnam in the recently-concluded AFC Under-23 Championships in China were appropriately lauded, but it is time for Southeast Asia to assert themselves on the pitch beyond results and the regional village mindset in the... Continue Reading →

Engaging Grassroots Through Selangor Champions League

(Selangor Champions League 2017 Winners Axis O2 PJ FC. Headline Photo Credit: Football Selangor) The successful conclusion of the second edition of grassroots football tournament, the Selangor Champions League, has demonstrated that the locals use football to work together for... Continue Reading →

How Southeast Asian Clubs Can Prosper in Asia

(Headline Photo Credit: Muangthong United) Muangthong United kept Thailand’s – and Southeast Asia’s – flag flying high in the AFC Champions League on 26 April when they defeated Australian side Brisbane Roar 3-0 at home in their penultimate group stage... Continue Reading →

A Puskas Award Doesn’t Maketh An Local Football Icon

16 February 2016 was the date Malaysia football finally hit the headlines again - for the right reasons this time. For Mohd Faiz Subri’s physics-defying curler of a free kick goal in Penang’s 4-1 Malaysia Super League win over Pahang... Continue Reading →

Money Talks, But Vision and Action Talk Louder As Johor Reach Asian Club Semis

(Headline Photo Credit: Free Malaysia Today) Years of long suffering in Malaysia football were recently alleviated when Johor Darul Ta’zim made history by becoming the first club to reach the semi-finals of the AFC Cup since the inauguration of the... Continue Reading →

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