Isnin, November 23, 2020

Bolasepak Sukan Olimpik 2004


2004 Athens, Greece
Kelayakan Asia

Pusingan Akhir

Coach: Allan Harris

Penjaga gol: Mohamad Syamsuri Mustafa (Terengganu) dan Mohammad Faizal Abdul Rashid (Selangor)

Pertahanan: Abd Aziz Ismail (Pulau Pinang), Ahmad Azlan Zainal (Perak), M. Ravinthiran (Perak), Yosri Derma Raju (Negeri Sembilan) dan Rezuan Muhammad Radzy (Kedah)

Tengah: Indra Putra Mahayuddin (Pahang), Mohamad Syaiful Sabtu (Negeri Sembilan), Mohd Norhisham Hassan (Terengganu), K. Rajan (Negeri Sembilan), Mohd. Fadzli Saari (Pahang), Shahrulnizam Mustapha (Perak) dan Tengku Alias Tengku Ibrahim (Terengganu)

Penyerang: Akmal Rizal Ahmad Rakhli (Kedah), Mohd. Haris Safwan Kamal (Selangor MPPJ), Mohd Safee Mohd Sali (Kuala Lumpur), dan R. Surendren

Kumpulan APMSKJBMt
Korea Republic66009018
Iran63031379
China6213787
Malaysia60153171

Pusingan Akhir Kelayakan
3 Mac 2004
Korea Republic1-0ChinaSeoul World Cup Stadium
Malaysia
Mohd. Fadzli Saari (34')
Mohd. Syamsuri Mustafa, Abd. Aziz Ismail, Irwan Fadzli Idrus, Ronny Harun, M. Ravinthiran, Mohd. Fadzli Shaari, Indra Putra Mahayuddin, Norhisham Hassan (Fauzi Saari), K. Rajan, R. Surendran (Mohd. Safee Sali), Akhmal Rizal Ahmad Rakhli
Coach: Allan Harris
1-4IranStadium MPPJ, Kelana Jaya
17 Mac 2004
Iran0-1Korea RepublicAzadi Stadium, Tehran
20 Mac 2004
China1-1Malaysia
Akmal Rizal Rakhli (86')
Mohd. Syamsuri Mustafa, Yosri Dermaraju, Norhafiz Zamani Misbah, Abd. Aziz Ismail, Irwan Fadli Idrus, K. Rajan, Mohd. Fadzli Shaari (M. Ravinthran), Norhisham Hassan, Indra Putra Mahayuddin, Akmal Rizal Rakhili, R. Surendran (Mohd Safee Sali)
Coach: Allan Harris
Wuhan Stadium
24 Mac 2004
Malaysia
Mohd. Syamsuri Mustafa, M. Ravinthiran, Norhafiz Zamani Misbah, Fadzli Saari, Irwan Fadzli Idrus, K. Rajan, Indra Putra Mahayuddin (Mohd. Safee Sali), Akmal Rizal Rakhli, R. Surendran, Mohd. Norhisham Hassan (Tengku Alias Tengku Ibrahim), Yosri Derma Raju (Rezuan Radzy)
Coach: Allan Harris
0-1Korea RepublicStadium MPPJ, Kelana Jaya
27 Mac 2004
China3-1IranWuhan Stadium
14 April 2004
Korea Republic3-0MalaysiaSuwon World Cup Stadium
16 April 2004
Iran2-1ChinaAzadi Stadium, Tehran
30 April 2004
Iran6-0MalaysiaAzadi Stadium, Tehran
1 Mei 2004
China0-2Korea RepublicChangsha Stadium
12 Mei 2004
Korea Republic1-0IranSeoul World Cup Stadium
Malaysia
Akmal Rizal Rakhli (72')
1-2ChinaStadium MPPJ, Kelana Jaya

Kumpulan BPMSKJBMt
Japan641111213
Bahrain63219711
UAE62139117
Lebanon60249182
1 Mac 2004
Japan0-0BahrainAl Jazira Stadium, Abu Dhabi
UAE4-2LebanonAl Jazira Stadium, Abu Dhabi
3 Mac 2004
Lebanon0-4JapanAl Jazira Stadium, Abu Dhabi
Bahrain0-3UAEAl Jazira Stadium, Abu Dhabi
5 Mac 2004
Japan2-0UAEAl Jazira Stadium, Abu Dhabi
Bahrain5-3LebanonAl Jazira Stadium, Abu Dhabi
14 Mac 2004
Lebanon2-2UAESaitama Stadium
Bahrain1-0JapanSaitama Stadium
16 Mac 2004
UAE0-2BahrainTokyo National Stadium
Japan2-1LebanonTokyo National Stadium
18 Mac 2004
UAE0-3JapanTokyo National Stadium
Lebanon1-1BahrainNishigaoka Stadium, Tokyo

Kumpulan CPMSKJBMt
Iraq6303979
Oman6231459
Kuwait6222436
Saudi Arabia6132356

3 Mac 2004
Iraq4-0OmanKing Abdullah Stadium, Amman
Kuwait0-0Saudi ArabiaPeace & Friendship Stadium, Kuwait
17 Mac 2004
Oman1-0KuwaitSultan Qaboos Sports Complex, Bosher
Saudi Arabia1-0IraqPrince Mohd bin Fahad Stadium, Dammam
24 Mac 2004
Iraq2-1KuwaitKing Abdullah Stadium, Amman
Saudi Arabia1-1OmanPrince Mohd bin Fahad Stadium, Dammam
14 April 2004
Kuwait2-0IraqPeace & Friendship Stadium, Kuwait
Oman0-0Saudi ArabiaSultan Qaboos Sports Complex, Bosher
28 April 2004
Oman2-0IraqSultan Qaboos Sports Complex, Bosher
Saudi Arabia0-1KuwaitPrince Abdulla Al Faisal Stadium, Jeddah
12 Mei 2004
Kuwait0-0OmanPeace & Friendship Stadium, Kuwait
Iraq3-1Saudi ArabiaKing Abdullah Stadium, Amman


PUSINGAN 2

1 Mei 2003
Bahrain2-1KyrgyzstanNational Stadium, Manama
Japan3-0MyanmarNational Stadium, Tokyo
3 Mei 2003
Myanmar0-5
(agg 0-8)
JapanAjinomoto Stadium, Tokyo
Japan advanced to Final Qualifying Round
Uzbekistan1-3IranPakhatkor Stadium, Tashkent
Qatar1-0OmanAl Etihad Stadium, Doha
Kuwait1-1PalestineAl Qadisiya Stadium, Kuwait City
Indonesia1-0LebanonGelora Bungkarno Stadium, Jakarta
Malaysia0-0Turkmenistanvenue
Match not played. Malaysia advanced after Turkmenistan withdrew
4 Mei 2003
Kyrgyzstan1-5
(agg 2-7)
BahrainNational Stadium, Manama
Bahrain advanced to Final Qualifying Round
7 Jun 2003
Iran6-1
(agg 9-2)
UzbekistanAzedi Stadium, Tehran
Iran advanced to Final Qualifying Round
Oman2-0
(agg 2-1)
QatarSultan Qaboos Sports Complex, Muscat
Oman advanced to Final Qualifying Round
Palestine1-2
(agg 2-3)
KuwaitKing Abdullah Stadium, Amman
Kuwait advanced to Final Qualifying Round
Turkmenistan0-0Malaysiavenue
Match not played. Malaysia advanced after Turkmenistan withdrew
Lebanon5-1
(agg 5-2)
IndonesiaBeirut Municipal Stadium
Lebanon advanced to Final Qualifying Round
10 September 2003
UAE4-1ThailandAl Nasr Stadium, Dubai
China2-0SyriaTuodang Stadium, Kunming
17 September 2003
Thailand1-1
(agg 2-5)
UAERajamangala Stadium, Bangkok
United Arab Emirates advanced to Final Qualifying Round
Syria3-2
(agg 3-4)
ChinaAl Abbasiyin Stadium, Damascus
China advanced to Final Qualifying Round
22 September 2003
DPR Korea2-0IraqKim II Sung Stadium, Pyongyang
1 Oktober 2003
Hong Kong0-1Korea RepublicHong Kong Stadium
Saudi Arabia7-0SingaporePrince Faisal bin Fahad Stadium, Riyadh
7 Oktober 2003
Korea Republic2-0
(agg 3-0)
Hong KongGoyang Stadium, Gyeonggi Provenci
Korea Republic advanced to Final Qualifying Round
Singapore0-3
(agg 0-10)
Saudi ArabiaJalan Besar Stadium
Saudi Arabia advanced to Final Qualifying Round
9 November 2003
Iraq4-1
(agg 4-3)
IraqAl Abbasiyin Stadium, Damascus
Iraq advanced to Final Qualifying Round



PUSINGAN 1

5 April 2003
Turkmenistan2-0IndiaOlympic Stadium, Ashgabat
Oman8-0CambodiaSultan Qaboos Sports Complex, Muscat
Lebanon0-0JordanBeirut Municipal Stadium
9 April 2003
Cambodia0-9
(agg 0-17)
OmanSultan Qaboos Sports Complex, Muscat
Oman advance to Second Round
12 April 2003
Nepal0-1PalestineDashrath Stadium, Kathmandu
Myanmar3-0BangladeshYouth Training Center, Yangon
14 April 2003
Palestine2-1
(agg 3-1)
NepalDashrath Stadium, Kathmandu
Palestine advance to Second Round
16 April 2003
Syria2-0PakistanAl Abbasiyin Stadium, Damascus
19 April 2003
Pakistan1-6
(agg 1-8)
SyriaAl Abbasiyin Stadium, Damascus
Syria advance to Second Round
India1-0
(agg 1-2)
TurkmenistanNehru Stadium, Goa
Turkmenistan advance to Second Round
Jordan1-1
(agg 1-1)
LebanonKing Abdullah Stadium, Amman
Lebanon advance to Second Round on away goals
UAE3-0TajikistanAl Wasl Club, Dubai
Bangladesh0-0
(agg 0-3)
MyanmarSher-e-Bangla Stadium, Dhaka
Myanmar advance to Second Round
26 April 2003
Tajikistan0-1
(agg 0-4)
UAECentral Stadium, Dushanbe
UAE advance to Second Round
10 September 2003
Chinese Taipei2-1SingaporeChungshan Stadium, Taipei
Iraq3-1VietnamAl Abbasiyin Stadium, Damascus
Hong Kong1-0Sri LankaMongkok Stadium
17 September 2003
Vietnam1-1
(agg 2-4)
IraqHanoi Stadium
Iraq advance to Second Round
Sri Lanka0-2
(agg 0-3)
Hong KongSugathadasa Stadium, Colombo
Hong Kong advance to Second Round
Singapore4-1
(agg 5-3)
Chinese TaipeiJalan Besar Stadium
Singapore advance to Second Round



Khamis, November 19, 2020

Sukan SEA 1959, 1961, 1965, 1967, 1969


SEAP GAMES 1969 Rangoon, Burma
Venue: Aungsan Stadium

RkKumpulan APMSKJBMt
1.Burma1010111
2.Thailand1010111
RkKumpulan BPMSKJBMt
1Malaysia2200424
2.Laos2011121
3.Vietnam2011121
Burma menang kumpulan dengan lambungan duit siling

Laos menang tempat ke-2 dengan lambungan duit siling

07 Dis 1969 (Ahad)
BMalaysia
Shaharuddin Abdullah (65'), Thanabalan (70')
Chow Chee Keong, Abdullah Noordin, Foo Fook Chuan, Sadar Khan, M. Chandran, Chan Yoon Chong, Harun Yusof (Zulkifli Norbit), Ibrahim Mydin, Shaharuddin Abdullah, N. Thanabalan, Wong Choon Wah
2-1Laos
08 Dis 1969 (Isnin)
BMalaysia
Harun Yusof (35'), Shaharuddin Abdullah (81')
2-1Vietnam
09 Dis 1969 (Selasa)
ABurma1-1Thailand
10 Dis 1969 (Rabu)
BLaos0-0Vietnam
11 Dis 1969 (Khamis)
SFMalaysia0-3Thailand
12 Dis 1969 (Jumaat)
SFBurma4-0Laos
13 Dis 1969 (Sabtu)
BronzeMalaysiadanLaos
13 Dis 1969
FinalBurma3-0Thailand



SEAP GAMES 1967 BANGKOK
Venue: National Stadium

RkKumpulan APMSKJBMt
1.Burma2200314
2.Thailand2101412
3.Malaysia2002160
RkKumpulan BPMSKJBMt
1.South Vietnam1100502
2.Laos1001050
10 Dis 1967
AThailand4-0Malaysia
11 Dis 1967
BSouth Vietnam5-0Laos
ABurma2-1Malaysia
12 Dis 1967
ABurma1-0Thailand
14 Dis 1967
SFBurma2-0Laos
SFSouth Vietnam5-0Thailand
15 Dis 1967
BronzeThailand5-2Laos
16 Dis 1967
FinalBurma2-1South Vietnam



SEAP GAMES 1965 KUALA LUMPUR
Venue: Stadium Merdeka

Perlawanan Kumpulan
15 Dis 1965
Thailand2-1South Vietnam
Singapore0-1Burma
16 Dis 1965
South Vietnam5-1Singapore
Tiada lagi perlawanan; Singapore tersingkir.
Separuh Akhir
18 Dis 1965
Thailand2-0South Vietnam
Burma2-0Malaysia
Bronze
20 Dis 1965
South Vietnam2-0Malaysia
Akhir
22 Dis 1965
Burma2-2Thailand



SEAP GAMES 1963
Tiada Sukan Seap Diadakan - No games were held as Cambodia were in a disagreement with the International Athletics Federation.



SEAP GAMES 1961 Rangoon
Venue: Aung San Memorial Stadium

Coach: Choo Seng Quee

Yusof Bakar (Perak), Sexton Lourdes (Selangor), Yee Seng Choy (Perak), Ahmad Nazari (Perak), Abdullah Noordin (Selangor), Majid Ariff (Perak), Kamaruddin Ahmad (Perak), Edwin Dutton (Selangor), Ho Yoon Meng (Selangor), Boey Cheong Lam (Pulau Pinang), Mahat Ambu (Perak), Ong Kim Leng (Selangor), M. Kuppan (Pulau Pinang), Harun Jusoh (Johor), Robert Choe (Melaka), Abdul Ghani (Selangor), M. Govindarajoo (Selangor)
*Arthur Koh (Selangor) disenarai namun gagal mendapat cuti.

RkKumpulan APMSKJBMt
1.South Vietnam2110703
2.Thailand2110523
3.Laos20022120
RkKumpulan BPMSKJBMt
1.Malaya2200614
2.Burma2101522
3.Cambodia2002080
11 Dis 1961 (Isnin)
ASouth Vietnam0-0Thailand
BBurma4-0Cambodia
12 Dis 1961 (Selasa)
ASouth Vietnam7-0Laos
BMalaya4-0Cambodia
13 Dis 1961 (Rabu)
AThailand5-2Laos
BMalaya
Ong Kim Lee, Abdul Ghani
2-1Burma
14 Dis 1961 (Khamis)
SFBurma2-1South Vietnam
SFMalaya
Mahat Ambu, Abdul Ghani
2-2Thailand
Nota: Perlawanan antara Malaya dan Thailand berakhir dengan seri walaupun setelah masa tambahan. Jawatankuasa pertandingan bertemu pada Dis 15 dan memutuskan untuk menentukan dengan cara cabutan iaitu Malaya akan bermain di perlawanan akhir. [Malaya won on lots]
16 Dis 1961 (Sabtu)
BronzeSouth Vietnam1-1Thailand
FinalMalaya
Mahat Ambu, Abdul Ghani
2-0Burma



SEAP GAMES 1959 Bangkok
Venue: National Stadium

Coach: Choo Seng Quee

Sexton Lourdes, Yusof Bakar, Ng Mun Keai, Ahmad Nazari, Cheah Cheng Kok, Mok Wai Hong, Tang Chong Hing, Edwin Dutton (C), R. Anthony, Wong Kim Seng, M. Joseph, Arthur Koh, Abdul Ghani, Robert Choe, P. A. Gunasegaran, S. Govindarajoo, S. Gabrille, Ng Boon Bee

RkKumpulanPMSKJBMT
1.Vietnam3201824
2.Thailand3101874
3.Malaya3201554
4.Burma30033100
13 Dis 1959 (Ahad)
Malaya
Robert Choe (60' penalti, 62')
2-1Burma
Vietnam4-0Thailand
14 Dis 1959 (Isnin)
Vietnam3-0Burma
Thailand3-1Malaya
Abdul Ghani (24')
Sexton Lourdes; Ng Mun Keai, Ahmad Nazari; Mok Wai Hong, Edwin Dutton, Wong Kim Seng; M. Joseph, Abdul Ghani, Arthur Koh, Gabrille, Gunaseegaram
15 Dis 1959 (Selasa)
Malaya
Robert Choe (36'), Govindarajoo (71')
2-1Vietnam
Thailand5-2Burma
Akhir
17 Dis 1959 (Khamis)
Vietnam3-1Thailand

Selasa, November 17, 2020

Kalendar Liga Malaysia 2021


26 Februari 2021: Piala Sultan Haji Ahmad Shah: Johor Darul Ta'zim (Juara CIMB Liga Super 2020) lwn Kedah (Naib Juara Liga Super 2020)

Liga Super 2021 / Liga Premier 2021: 27/28 Februari 2021 - 20/21 Ogos 2021

Piala FA 2021: 2/3 Mac 2021 - Final (11 September 2021)

Piala Malaysia 2021: 17/18 September 2021 - Final (27 November 2021)

Challenge Cup 2021: 3/4 September 2021
Final Pertama (6 atau 7 September 2021)
Final Kedua (13 atau 14 September 2021)

Tempoh Pendaftaran Pemain:
Pertama: 21 November 2020 - 14 Februari 2021 (12 minggu)

Kedua: 12 Julai 2021 - 8 Pgos 2021 (4 minggu)

Piala AFF Suzuki 2021: 11 April - 8 Mei 2021
AFC B-19: 3 - 20 Mac 2021