Malaysian champions Johor Darul Ta’zim (JDT) will not travel to Qatar for the resumption of the Asian Champions League after the team was refused permission to leave the country by government officials. Border closures implemented by Malaysia in March to limit the spread of the coronavirus will not be lifted to permit the club to
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Watch all the highlights from the return of the Malaysia Super League after an enforced break because of the Covid-19. Friday saw the Malaysia Super League returning in full swing with action from three venues across the country, the first time this has happened since late March. Catch the highlights of all the matches below.
The French giants hold almost every record worth holding in this competition and continued their dominance with a 3-1 win over Wolfsburg on Sunday Five successive European titles. It’s a feat that has only been achieved once – by Real Madrid in the 1950s, when Alfredo Di Stefano was the star in Spain. That is,
The drab round five Malaysia Super League encounter between two Selangor teams on Saturday unsurprisingly ended goalless. Selangor and Petaling Jaya City played out a drab scoreless draw in round five of the Malaysia Super League on Saturday. Editors’ Picks SELANGOR Khairul Azhan Khalid – 6/10 The goalkeeper was rarely tested and
The Ghana international responds to calls for a step-up in his career after a fine 2019-20 season Ghana striker Jordan Ayew reveals he is looking to inspire Crystal Palace to a top-half finish in the Premier League next season despite calls for him to pursue a career with a ‘bigger’ club. The 28-year-old is looking
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Goal examines just why a move to the Primeira Liga to Portimonense will make instead of break Safawi Rasid’s career. On Tuesday, Johor Darul Ta’zim (JDT) revealed that they have received an offer for Safawi Rasid from Portimonense SC and that they have in principle agreed to the move albeit with some details to be
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After a long five-month wait, the 2020 Malaysia Super League finally resumes this weekend! The 2020 Malaysia Super League officially resumes this weekend after a five-month hiatus due to the global Covid-19 pandemic. Due to the decision to truncate the campaign, each team will now have only seven matches to bag the league title, or secure top-tier safety.