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2016 Schedule
0-1-4, 4th in AFC Asian Cup Qualifiers
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16hMichael Church

Malaysia pipped in AFC U23 quarterfinal

Malaysia equalised through N. Thanabalan, but conceded late to lose their AFC U23 quarterfinal 2-1 to South Korea in Kunshan, China on Saturday.

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2dMichael Church

AFC: Ong says Malaysia can match S Korea

Malaysia coach Ong Kim Swee says his team are capable of matching regional powerhouse South Korea in Saturday's AFC U23 quarterfinal in China.

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2dESPN Staff

Malaysia, Singapore slide in FIFA rankings

Malaysia and Singapore fell one spot each in the latest FIFA rankings to reach historical lows of 175th and 173rd respectively.

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3dPaul Murphy

Vietnam join Malaysia in AFC U23 quarters

Vietnam survived a late onslaught from Syria to claim a 0-0 draw and join Malaysia in the AFC U23 quarterfinals in China, with Thailand eliminated.

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4dMichael Church

Ong hails Malaysia AFC U23 giant killers

Malaysia coach Ong Kim Swee paid tribute to the character of his history-making team ahead of Saturday's quarterfinal in the AFC U23 Championship.

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5dMichael Church

Danial seals historic Malaysia U23 victory

Danial Amier helped Malaysia make history, scoring the only goal as they beat Saudi Arabia to secure a place in the AFC U23 quarterfinals in China.

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6dMichael Church

Malaysia won't park bus in AFC U23 decider

Malaysia coach Ong Kim Swee has no plans to adopt a defensive approach in their 2018 AFC U23 decider against Saudi Arabia in China on Tuesday night.

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8dMichael Church

Safawi keeps Malaysia U23 hopes alive

Malaysia kept their 2018 AFC U23 Championship hopes alive after Safawi Rashid earned them a 1-1 draw against Jordan in China on Saturday evening.

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9dMichael Church

Coach Ong refuses to give up on Malaysia

Coach Ong Kim Swee is confident Malaysia can make an impression on the AFC U23 Championship when they meet Jordan on Saturday despite a first-up loss.

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Malaysia challenged by Asia's elite in AFC U23 (1:57)
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10dAAP

Glory plans A-League game in Singapore

Perth Glory could take an A-League game to Singapore next season after owner Tony Sage claimed he had received the green light from the FFA.

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11dMichael Church

Malaysia outclassed by Iraq in U23 opener

Individual mistakes proved costly as Ong Kim Swee's Malaysia were on the wrong side of a 4-1 defeat by Iraq to open their AFC U23 campaign in China.

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12dMichael Church

Malaysia ready to upset Iraq in U23 opener

Coach Ong Kim Swee says Malaysia are capable of upsetting 2013 champions Iraq in Wednesday's AFC U23 opener in Changsu, China.

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12dESPN Staff

JDT recruit Adam primed for AFC U23 test

JDT's Adam Nor Azlin believes Malaysia will give a good account of themselves at the 2018 AFC Under-23 Championship in China, despite a tough draw.

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13dESPN Staff

Malaysia to battle hard at AFC U23 - Thana

After being Malaysia's 2017 SEA Games goal hero, N. Thanabalan is hoping to help Ong Kim Swee's side stun Asia's big guns at the AFC U23 Championship.

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13dESPN Staff

Iraq 'done Malaysia homework' at AFC U23

Iraq coach Abdul Ghani says he has respect for Malaysia as they prepare to take on the underdogs at the AFC U23 Championship in China on Wednesday.

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15dESPN Staff

Ong calls for U23 focus after snow setback

Coach Ong Kim Swee has warned Malaysia U23 that they will need to toughen up in the snowy conditions at next week's AFC U23 Championship in China.

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17dDez Corkhill

Five Malaysian football wishes for 2018

A challenger for JDT, a strong U23 performance and more professionalism off-the-field are needed for Malaysian football in 2018, writes Dez Corkhill.

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17dESPN Staff

Malaysia U23s to play to strengths in China

Ong Kim Swee has called on his players to fight for places as they gear up for the final friendly before next week's AFC U23 Championships in China.

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18dESPN Staff

Faiz stays on to help Penang coach Zainal

Penang boss Zainal Abidin Hassan is eyeing an instant return to the Malaysia Super League with the relegated club retaining Puskas winner Faiz Subri

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18dESPN Staff

Penang 'unaware' of Reinaldo FIFA claims

Penang FA are scrambling to resolve an issue with their former defender Reinaldo Lobo, who has reported them to FIFA as he chases six months wages.

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19dPaul Murphy

PKNS fans must be 'realistic' - Rajagobal

Coach K. Rajagobal, who guided Malaysia to the 2010 AFF Suzuki Cup, says fans at his new club PKNS FC must be 'realistic' for the 2018 MSL season.

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19dESPN Staff

Indonesia threat hangs over Selangor stars

Selangor say Indonesian stars Evan Dimas and Ilham Armaiyn will join the club, despite the threat of a ban from the Indonesia Football Association.

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19dESPN Staff

Selangor confirm Indonesia stars for 2018

Selangor have secured the services of Indonesian internationals Evan Dimas and Ilham Armaiyn after agreeing to release them for August's Asian Games.

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22dESPN Staff

Ong axes Malaysia U23 trio for China trip

Malaysia U23 coach Ong Kim Swee has finalised his list for the AFC U23 Championship in January by cutting three players as the squad heads to China.

RankingsAFC Asian Cup Qualifiers

Goal Difference-2Tied-13th
Goals Scored5Tied-14th
Assists0Tied-1st
Goals Conceded7Tied-11th