All posts tagged malaysia

Is the ASEAN Super League good for SE Asian football?

Is the ASEAN Super League good for SE Asian football?

By Eric Noveanto

The biggest dream of many South-East Asian football fans is set to be launched in 2015, the long talked about ASEAN Super League (ASL).

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Oranje treat for Malaysia?

Oranje treat for Malaysia?

By Darren Goon

Arsenal, Manchester City, Liverpool, Chelsea, Manchester United. Malaysia’s fascination with the English Premier League is well-documented, so perhaps it’s only appropriate that five of the Premier League’s biggest clubs - as well as um, Norwich City and Queens Park Rangers - have paid our tropical shores a visit within the past decade.

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ACQ Preview: Qatar v Malaysia

ACQ Preview: Qatar v Malaysia

By Keeshaanan Sundaresan

Datuk K. Rajagopal will know that Malaysia’s encounter with Qatar on Wednesday night will resemble a typical ‘David vs Goliath’ battle between two sides with sheer difference in class between them.

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Lions XII’s Jan Recap: Fixtures congestion, away woes and a comical Cup exit

Lions XII’s Jan Recap: Fixtures congestion, away woes and a comical Cup exit

By Kenneth Tan (follow Kenneth on twitter @KennerveT)

Phew! So the most arduous part of the 2013 season is finally over for the Lions XII.

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AFF Top 10 Articles

By Paul Williams

It has been just over 18 months since Asian Football Feast launched it’s new website, and in that time I, along with our hard working contributors from right across the continent, have continued to bring you the latest news, opinions and features from the world of Asian football.

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Malaysian Super League – Season Preview

Malaysian Super League - Season Preview

By Keeshaanan Sundaresan - AFF Malaysian correspondent

After a topsy turvy 2012, the upcoming season of the Malaysian Super League is set to enthrall.

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Why the AFF Suzuki Cup matters

Why the AFF Suzuki Cup matters

By Darren Goon (follow Darren on twitter @Box_to_Box)

Besides being the world’s largest continent, Asia is also home to about 4 billion people, spread out over 48 countries.

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Twin terrors throttle toothless Tigers

By Darren Goon (follow Darren on twitter @Box_to_Box)

“Even the best laid plans of mice and men, go oft awry.” The vagaries of sport are such that for all one’s preparation and strategies, there are just too many variables to consider.

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Schafer urges Thailand “to play for the win”

Thailand want to reach the AFF Suzuki Cup final in style with a victory over titleholders Malaysia in the second leg of their semi-final at Bangkok’s Supachalasai Stadium on Thursday.

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Semi Final finely poised

Teerasil Dangda headed home 11 minutes from time as Thailand battled from a goal down to hold defending champions Malaysia to a 1-1 draw in the first leg of their AFF Suzuki Cup semi-final on Sunday.

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