Khamis, Oktober 22, 2020

Laman Utama 2020


Liga Super Malaysia 2020

LS10 2 Okt 2020 (Jumaat)

Liga Premier Malaysia 2020

LP10 2 Okt 2020 (Jumaat)

*Shopee Piala FA 2020 dan Challenge Cup 2020
-Pertandingan Dibatalkan.

TM Piala Malaysia 2020
Pusingan 16 pasukan: 16 - 18 Oktober 2020
Suku akhir: 24 dan 25 Oktober 2020
Separuh akhir: 30 dan 31 Oktober 2020
Perlawanan Akhir: 7 November 2020



FIFA WORLD RANKING
22 Oktober 2020 (Khamis)
RnkTeamPoints+/-Position
153ESWATINI1042 (1042)0(KEKAL)
154MALAYSIA1040 (1040)0(KEKAL)
155MALDIVES1038 (1038)0(KEKAL)
FIFA WORLD RANKING
17 Sept 2020 (Khamis)
RnkTeamPoints+/-Position
153ESWATINI1042 (1042)0(KEKAL)
154MALAYSIA1040 (1040)0(KEKAL)
155MALDIVES1038 (1038)0(KEKAL)
FIFA WORLD RANKING
16 Jul 2020 (Khamis)
RnkTeamPoints+/-Position
153ESWATINI1042 (1042)0(KEKAL)
154MALAYSIA1040 (1040)0(KEKAL)
155MALDIVES1038 (1038)0(KEKAL)
FIFA WORLD RANKING
11 Jun 2020 (Khamis)
RnkTeamPoints+/-Position
153ESWATINI1042 (1042)0(KEKAL)
154MALAYSIA1040 (1040)0(KEKAL)
155MALDIVES1038 (1038)0(KEKAL)
FIFA WORLD RANKING
09 April 2020 (Khamis)
RnkTeamPoints+/-Position
153ESWATINI1042 (1042)0(KEKAL)
154MALAYSIA1040 (1040)0(KEKAL)
155MALDIVES1038 (1038)0(KEKAL)
FIFA WORLD RANKING
20 Februari 2020 (Khamis)
RnkTeamPoints+/-Position
153ESWATINI1042 (1042)0(KEKAL)
154MALAYSIA1040 (1040)0(KEKAL)
155MALDIVES1038 (1038)0(KEKAL)
FIFA WORLD RANKING
19 Disember 2019 (Khamis)
RnkTeamPoints+/-Position
153ESWATINI1042 (1042)0(KEKAL)
154MALAYSIA1040 (1040)0(KEKAL)
155MALDIVES1038 (1038)0(KEKAL



SUKAN
Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games
23 Julai - 8 Ogos 2021

6th Asian Beach Games Sanya, China 2021
2 April 2021 - 10 April 2021

6th Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games Bangkok and Chonburi Province 2021
21 Mei - 30 Mei 2021

3rd Asian Youth Games Shantou 2021
20 November - 28 November 2021

31st SEA Games Hanoi 2021
21 November - 2 Disember 2021

Winter Olympic Games Beijing 2022
4 - 20 Februari 2022

Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games
28 Julai - 8 Ogos 2022

19th Asian Games Hangzhou, China 2022
10 September - 25 September 2022

20th Asian Games Aichi-Nagoya, Japan 2026
19 September 19 - 4 Oktober 4, 2026

BADMINTON
*Tunda ke 2021 - Thomas & Uber Cup
3 Oct - 11 Oct 2020*
2020 – Aarhus, Denmark
2022 – Bangkok, Thailand
2024 – China

Sudirman Cup
2021 and 2025 – China
2023 – New Delhi, India

World Championships
2021 – Spain
2022 – Tokyo, Japan
2023 – Copenhagen, Denmark
2025 – Paris, France

World Junior Championships
2019 – Kazan, Russia
2020 – Auckland, New Zealand
2021 – China
2022 – Spain
2023 – Honolulu, USA

World Senior Championships
2021 – Spain
2023 – Seoul, South Korea
2025 – Auckland, New Zealand

(Note: There are no World Championships in 2020 and 2024 due to the Summer Olympic Games)

HOKI
Mohd Nasihin Nubli di lantik ketua jurulatik hoki wanita kebangsaan berkuatkuasa 18 September 2020

Roelant Oltmans meletak jawatan berkuatkuasa 31 Julai 2020.

Arul Selvaraj di lantik sebagai Ketua Jurulatih Hoki bermula 4 Ogos 2020. Manakala Amin Rahim dan Nasihin Nubli akan bertindak sebagai pembantu jurulatih.

* Tunda ke 2021 (11 April 2020 - 18 April 2020 ditunda ke 24 Sept - 3 Okt 2020): 29th Sultan Azlan Shah Cup, Ipoh, Perak, Malaysia (Men Senior Invitational Tournament)

* Tunda (6 April 2020 - 12 April 2020): Women’s Junior Asia Cup, Kakamigahara, Japan (Qualifier for Junior World Cup) Hoki Piala Remaja Wanita Asia

*Tunda ke 21 Jan - 30 Jan 2021 (4 June 2020 - 14 June 2020): Men’s Junior Asia Cup, Dhaka, Bangladesh (Qualifier for Junior World Cup)

*Tunda ke 31 Mac - 7 Apr 2021 (12 June 2020 - 21 June 2020): Women’s Asian Champions Trophy, Donghae, Korea

*Tunda ke 23 Julai - 8 Ogos 2021 (26 July 2020 - 2 August 2020): Olympic Games Tokyo, Japan. (Men & Women)

*Tunda ke 2021 (3 October 2020 - 10 October 2020): 10th Sultan of Johor Cup, Johor Bahru, Johor, Malaysia. (Men Invitational Under 21 Tournament)

* Tunda - The Bangabandhu Al Arafh Islami Bank Junior World Cup Qualifier & Junior Asia Cup Dhaka 2020
21 - 30 Jan 2021
Maulana Bhashani National Hockey Stadium, Dhaka, Bangladesh

Pasukan (10): Bangladesh, China, Chinese Taipei, India, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Oman, Uzbekistan dan Pakistan.

Tiga pasukan teratas layak berserta India yang layak selaku tuanrumah Men’s Hockey Junior World Cup 2021.



The Hero Men’s Asian Champions Trophy 2020
Ditunda ke 11-19 Mac 2021 (17 - 27 November 2020)
Maulana Bhashani National Hockey Stadium, Dhaka, Bangladesh

Pasukan (6): Bangladesh, India, Malaysia, Pakistan, Korea dan Japan.

Ahad, Oktober 18, 2020

Pestabola Merdeka 1968-1972


Pestabola Merdeka Ke-16 1972
Tarikh12 - 29 Julai 1972
VenueStadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur
Stadium Perak, Ipoh
Pasukan (12)Burma, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, Khmer, Malaysia, Malaysia "B", Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, Sri Lanka, Thailand

Malaysia:
Coach: Jalil Che Din

1 Wong Kam Fook, 22 Lim Fung Kee, 4 Namat Abdullah, 21 Bahwandi Hiralal, 5 M. Chandran, 3 Soh Chin Aun, 6 Khoo Luan Khen, 10 V. Krisnasamy, 7 Hamzah Hussein, 11 Salleh Ibrahim, 8 Shaharuddin Abdullah, 9 Wan Zawawi, 14 Wong Choon Wah, 18 Rahim Abdullah, 12 Harun Jusoh, 15 Mokhtar Dahari, 17 Looi Loon Teik

Malaysia "B":
Coach: M. Kuppan

1 Ali Osman (Perlis), 2 Othman Abdullah (Johor), 3 Wong Voon Leong (Perak), 4 Hanafiah Mohsien (Terengganu), 5 Wan Hassan (Kelantan), 6 Shukor Salleh (Pulau Pinang), 7 Ali Bakar (Pulau Pinang), 8 Mahadi Yusoff (Kelantan), 9 Gopal Rada (Perak), 10 Zulkifli Norbit, 11 Mohsien Alias (Selangor), 12 Chan Sze Onn (Perak), 14 Azzuddin Ahmad (Angkatan Tentera), 15 P. Avadyaru (Negeri Sembilan), 16 Mohamed Bakar (Pulau Pinang), 17 Isa Bakar (Pulau Pinang), 22 Zainuddin (Johor), Santokh Singh

Penjaring Gol Malaysia:
9 gol: Shaharuddin Abdullah
2 gol: Wan Zawawi, Salleh Ibrahim, Wong Choon Wah, Mokhtar Dahari, Soh Chin Aun
1 gol: Harun Jusoh, Namat Abdullah, Hamzah Hussein

Kump APMSKJBPGMata
Malaysia55001831510
Japan5401216158
Khmer52121214-25
Philippines5122810-25
Burma5113815-74
Sri Lanka5005524-190
Kump BPMSKJBPGMata
South Korea541011299
Malaysia "B"540111568
Hong Kong52218716
Thailand511369-33
Indonesia511347-33
Singapore5014212-101
12 Julai 1972 (Rabu)
Gr AMalaysia
Shaharuddin Abdullah (55', 64', 65'), Hamzah Hussein (50')
4-1Sri LankaStadium Merdeka, KL
Gr AJapan4-1KhmerStadium Merdeka, KL
13 Julai 1972 (Khamis)
Gr BIndonesia0-0SingaporeStadium Merdeka, KL
Gr BMalaysia "B"
Mohamed Bakar
1-3South KoreaStadium Merdeka, KL
14 Julai 1972 (Jumaat)
Gr ABurma1-2KhmerStadium Merdeka, KL
Gr AMalaysia
og
Lim Fung Kee, Khoo Luan Khen, Soh Chin Aun, M. Chandran, Bahwandi Hiralal, V. Krishnasamy, Wan Zawawi, Wong Choon Wah, Salleh Ibrahim, Shaharuddin Abdullah, Looi Loon Teik
1-0PhilippinesStadium Merdeka, KL
15 Julai 1972 (Sabtu)
Gr BThailand2-0SingaporeStadium Merdeka, KL
Gr BSouth Korea0-0Hong KongStadium Merdeka, KL
16 Julai 1972 (Ahad)
Gr AKhmer2-2PhilippinesStadium Merdeka, KL
Gr AMalaysia
Shaharuddin Abdullah (27', 45'), Wan Zawawi (81'), Namat Abdullah (87')
4-0BurmaStadium Merdeka, KL
Gr AJapan5-0Sri LankaStadium Perak, Ipoh
Gr BIndonesia1-2Malaysia "B"Stadium Perak, Ipoh
17 Julai 1972 (Isnin)
Gr BHong Kong4-1SingaporeStadium Merdeka, KL
Gr BSouth Korea2-0ThailandStadium Merdeka, KL
18 Julai 1972 (Selasa)
Gr AJapan5-1PhilippinesStadium Merdeka, KL
Gr ABurma5-2Sri LankaStadium Merdeka, KL
19 Julai 1972 (Rabu)
Gr BMalaysia "B"
Mohamed Bakar (28'), Rada Gopal (62'), Isa Bakar (73'), Wan Hassan
4-1Hong KongStadium Merdeka, KL
Gr BIndonesia3-2ThailandStadium Merdeka, KL
Gr ASouth Korea4-1SingaporeStadium Perak, Ipoh
Gr AMalaysia6-1KhmerStadium Perak, Ipoh
20 Julai 1972 (Khamis)
Gr APhilippines4-1Sri LankaStadium Merdeka, KL
Gr AJapan6-1BurmaStadium Merdeka, KL
21 Julai 1972 (Jumaat)
Gr BMalaysia "B"
Santokh Singh (32'), Mahadi Yusof (36')
2-0ThailandStadium Merdeka, KL
Gr BIndonesia0-1Hong KongStadium Merdeka, KL
22 Julai 1972 (Sabtu)
Gr AKhmer6-1Sri LankaStadium Merdeka, KL
Gr AMalaysia
Shaharuddin Abdullah (68', 86'), Wan Zawawi (16')
Lim Fung Kee (Wong Kam Fook), Namat Abdullah, Soh Chin Aun, M. Chandran, Bahwandi Hiralal, Hamzah Hussein, Salleh Ibrahim, Wan Zawawi, Shaharuddin Abdullah, Wong Choon Wah, Looi Loon Teik
3-1JapanStadium Merdeka, KL
23 Julai 1972 (Ahad)
Gr BMalaysia "B"
Zulkifli Norbit (43'), Mahadi Yusof (74')
Ali Osman, Othman Abdullah, Wong Voon Leong, Shukor Salleh, Hanafiah Mohsein, Santokh Singh, Wan Hassan, Mohsein Alias, Mahadi Yusoff, Isa Bakar, Zulkifli Norbit
2-0SingaporeStadium Merdeka, KL
Gr BIndonesia0-2South KoreaStadium Merdeka, KL
Gr BHong Kong2-2ThailandStadium Perak, Ipoh
Gr ABurma1-1PhilippinesStadium Perak, Ipoh
25 Julai 1972 (Selasa)
11/12Singapore6-1Sri LankaStadium Merdeka, KL
SFMalaysia
Mokhtar Dahari (12'), Wong Choon Wah (21'), Soh Chin Aun (59'), Harun Jusoh (82')
4-0Malaysia "B"Stadium Merdeka, KL
26 Julai 1972 (Rabu)
9/10Burma3-2IndonesiaStadium Merdeka, KL
SFJapan0-3South KoreaStadium Merdeka, KL
28 Julai 1972 (Jumaat)
5/6Khmer1-0Hong KongStadium Merdeka, KL
3/4Malaysia "B"0-1JapanStadium Merdeka, KL
29 Julai 1972 (Sabtu)
7/8Philippines0-4ThailandStadium Merdeka, KL
FinalMalaysia
Soh Chin Aun (72')
1-2South KoreaStadium Merdeka, KL



Pestabola Merdeka Ke-15 1971
Tarikh4 Ogos - 21 Ogos 1971
VenueStadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur
Stadium Perak, Ipoh
Pasukan (12)Burma, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, South Vietnam, Taiwan, Thailand

Coach: David MacLaren

Goalkeepers: Wong Hee Kok (Perak), Lim Fung Kee (Selangor)

Fullbacks: Dil Akhbar (Selangor), Othman Abdullah (Johor), Bahwandi Hiralal (Pulau Pinang)

Center-backs: M. Chandran (Selangor), Soh Chin Aun (Selangor)

Mid-field: Namat Abdullah (Pulau Pinang), Chow Kwai Lam (Selangor), V. Krishnasamy (Perak), Hamzah Hussein (Kelantan)

Wingers: Mohsein Alias (Selangor), Salleh Ibrahim (Kelantan), Zulkifli Norbit (Selangor), Wong Choon Wah (Selangor)

Strikers: Yap Eng Kok (Selangor), Wan Zawawi (Kelantan), Rahim Abdullah (Selangor)

Kump APMSKJBPGMata
South Korea54019188
Taiwan53118447
Malaysia52126425
South Vietnam52038804
Japan5203611-54
Thailand5104615-92
Kump BPMSKJBPGMata
Indonesia541015499
Burma5311174136
Singapore5221911-26
Hong Kong5203511-64
India51131017-73
Philippines5014716-91
4 Ogos 1971 (Rabu)
Gr AMalaysia
Wan Zawawi (29', 74')
2-0South VietnamStadium Merdeka, KL
Gr AJapan3-2ThailandStadium Merdeka, KL
5 Ogos 1971 (Khamis)
Gr BIndia5-1PhilippinesStadium Merdeka, KL
Gr BHong Kong1-2SingapuraStadium Merdeka, KL
6 Ogos 1971 (Jumaat)
Gr AJapan0-2South VietnamStadium Merdeka, KL
Gr AMalaysia0-0TaiwanStadium Merdeka, KL
Gr ASouth Korea4-0ThailandStadium Sultan Mohamed Ke-IV, Kota Bharu
7 Ogos 1971 (Sabtu)
Gr BBurma0-1SingaporeStadium Merdeka, KL
Gr BIndia1-3IndonesiaStadium Merdeka, KL
8 Ogos 1971 (Ahad)
Gr ATaiwan4-0ThailandStadium Merdeka, KL
Gr ASouth Korea3-0JapanStadium Merdeka, KL
9 Ogos 1971 (Isnin)
Gr BHong Kong2-1PhilippinesStadium Merdeka, KL
Gr BBurma2-2IndonesiaStadium Merdeka, KL
10 Ogos 1971 (Selasa)
Gr BIndia2-2SingaporeStadium Merdeka, KL
Gr AThailand2-4South VietnamStadium Merdeka, KL
Gr ASouth Korea0-1TaiwanStadium Perak, Ipoh
Gr AMalaysia4-1JapanStadium Perak, Ipoh
11 Ogos 1971 (Rabu)
Gr BIndonesia3-1PhilippinesStadium Merdeka, KL
Gr BBurma4-0Hong KongStadium Merdeka, KL
12 Ogos 1971 (Khamis)
Gr ATaiwan3-2South VietnamStadium Merdeka, KL
Gr ASouth Korea1-0MalaysiaStadium Merdeka, KL
13 Ogos 1971 (Jumaat)
Gr BIndonesia4-0SingaporeStadium Perak, Ipoh
Gr BIndia1-2Hong KongStadium Perak, Ipoh
Gr BBurma2-0PhilippinesStadium Sultan Ismail Nasiruddin Shah, Kuala Terengganu
14 Ogos 1971 (Sabtu)
Gr ASouth Korea1-0South VietnamStadium Merdeka, KL
Gr AMalaysia0-2ThailandStadium Merdeka, KL
15 Ogos 1971 (Ahad)
Gr BPhilippines4-4SingaporeStadium Merdeka, KL
Gr BBurma9-1IndiaStadium Merdeka, KL
Gr ATaiwan0-2JapanStadium Perak, Ipoh
Gr BIndonesia3-0Hong KongStadium Perak, Ipoh
17 Ogos 1971 (Selasa)
11/12Thailand1-3PhilippinesStadium Merdeka, KL
SFSouth Korea0-1BurmaStadium Merdeka, KL
18 Ogos 1971 (Rabu)
9/10Japan1-0IndiaStadium Merdeka, KL
SFIndonesia1-0TaiwanStadium Merdeka, KL
20 Ogos 1971 (Jumaat)
5/6Malaysia
Salleh Ibrahim (12', 55'), Mohsin Alias (54'), Rahim Abdullah (56')
4-2SingaporeStadium Merdeka, KL
3/4South Korea2-0TaiwanStadium Merdeka, KL
21 Ogos 1971 (Sabtu)
7/8South Vietnam3-1Hong KongStadium Merdeka, KL
FinalBurma1-0IndonesiaStadium Merdeka, KL



Pestabola Merdeka 1970
Tarikh30 Julai - 16 Ogos 1970
VenueStadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur
Stadium Bandaraya, Pulau Pinang
Stadium Perak, Ipoh
Pasukan (12)Burma, India, Burma, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, Nationalist China, Singapore, South Korea, South Vietnam, Thailand, Western Australia, Malaysia, Singapore, South Korea, Thailand, Western Australia

Coach: Harold Hassall (England)

Chow Chee Keong, Ali Osman, Soh-Toh Kim Poh, Hanafiah Mohsien, M. Chandran, Soh Chin Aun, Namat Abdullah, Foo Fook Chuan, Singaram, Chan Yoon Chong, Ibrahim Mydin, Wong Choon Wah, Ali Bakar, V. Krishnasamy, Teoh Seng Hoe, Shaharuddin Abdullah, Zulkifli Norbit

Kump APMSKJBPGMata
Burma541010469
India53027526
Malaysia52129725
Nationalist China521268-25
Western Australia520379-24
South Vietnam5014511-61
Kump BPMSKJBPGMata
South Korea52307257
Hong Kong53118627
Indonesia5302161156
Japan522110646
Thailand5122812-44
Singapore5005719-120
30 Julai 1970 (Khamis)
Gr AMalaysia0-0South VietnamStadium Merdeka, KL
Gr AIndia0-1Nationalist ChinaStadium Merdeka, KL
31 Julai 1970 (Jumaat)
Gr BHong Kong2-1JapanStadium Merdeka, KL
Gr BSouth Korea0-0ThailandStadium Merdeka, KL
1 Ogos 1970 (Sabtu)
Gr ANationalist China2-1South VietnamStadium Perak, Ipoh
Gr AMalaysia1-3IndiaStadium Perak, Ipoh
Gr ABurma1-0Western AustraliaStadium Merdeka, KL
Gr BSingapore1-3IndonesiaStadium Merdeka, KL
2 Ogos 1970 (Ahad)
Gr BHong Kong2-0ThailandStadium Merdeka, KL
Gr BSouth Korea1-1JapanStadium Merdeka, KL
3 Ogos 1970 (Isnin)
Gr AWestern Australia3-1South VietnamStadium Merdeka, KL
Gr AIndia0-2BurmaStadium Merdeka, KL
4 Ogos 1970 (Selasa)
Gr BThailand0-0JapanStadium Merdeka, KL
Gr AMalaysia
Shaharuddin Abdullah (5', 55'), Wong Choon Wah (16')
3-1Nationalist ChinaStadium Merdeka, KL
Gr BSouth Korea4-0SingaporeStadium Bandaraya, PP
Gr BIndonesia3-1Hong KongStadium Bandaraya, PP
5 Ogos 1970 (Rabu)
Gr AIndia2-0Western AustraliaStadium Merdeka, KL
Gr ABurma4-2South VietnamStadium Merdeka, KL
6 Ogos 1970 (Khamis)
Gr BSingapore2-3Hong KongStadium Merdeka, KL
Gr BIndonesia1-2South KoreaStadium Merdeka, KL
7 Ogos 1970 (Jumaat)
Gr ABurma1-1Nationalist ChinaStadium Merdeka, KL
Gr AMalaysia
Shaharuddin Abdullah (22', 32'), Zulkifli Norbit (27'), Ali Bakar (89')
4-1Western AustraliaStadium Merdeka, KL
8 Ogos 1970 (Sabtu)
Gr BThailand5-4SingaporeStadium Merdeka, KL
Gr BJapan4-3IndonesiaStadium Merdeka, KL
9 Ogos 1970 (Ahad)
Gr AMalaysia
Ali Bakar
1-2BurmaStadium Merdeka, KL
Gr ANationalist China1-3Western AustraliaStadium Perak, Ipoh
Gr AIndia2-1South VietnamStadium Perak, Ipoh
Gr BSouth Korea0-0Hong KongStadium Merdeka, KL
10 Ogos 1970 (Isnin)
Gr BJapan4-0SingaporeStadium Merdeka, KL
Gr BIndonesia6-3ThailandStadium Merdeka, KL
12 Ogos 1970 (Rabu)
9/10Thailand2-0Western AustraliaStadium Merdeka, KL
SFBurma5-0Hong KongStadium Merdeka, KL
13 Ogos 1970 (Khamis)
11/12South Vietnam4-0SingaporeStadium Merdeka, KL
SFSouth Korea3-2IndiaStadium Merdeka, KL
15 Ogos 1970 (Sabtu)
5/6Malaysia
Namat Abdullah (13'), Ali Bakar (15', 26', 47')
4-0IndonesiaStadium Merdeka, KL
3/4India3-2Hong KongStadium Merdeka, KL
16 Ogos 1970 (Ahad)
7/8Japan3-2Nationalist ChinaStadium Merdeka, KL
FinalSouth Korea1-0BurmaStadium Merdeka, KL



Pestabola Merdeka Ke-12 1969
Tarikh30 Oktober - 9 November 1969
VenueStadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur
Stadium Perak, Ipoh
Pasukan (8)Burma, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, South Korea, Thailand, Western Australia

Coach: Abdul Ghani Minhat

Chow Chee Keong, Lee Sooo Pang, Abdullah Nordin (C), Foo Fook Chuan, Soo Toh Kim Poh, Sardar Khan, M. Chandran, Chan Yoon Chong, Namat Abdullah, Ibrahim Mydin, N. Thanabalan, Shaharuddin Abdullah, Zulkifli Norbit, Wong Choon Wah, Wong Fook Yong, Lim Kim Lian, Harun Jusoh

* 25 pemain Latihan Pusat 1 Okt 1969 untuk Pestabola Merdeka (30 Okt - 9 Nov 1969), the King's Cup tournament, Bangkok (15 - 28 Nov 1969), SEAP Games Rangoon (6 - 13 Dec 1969):

Goalkeepers: Lee Soo Phang (Melaka), Daniel (Selangor), Awang Isa (Kelantan), Ali Osman (Perlis)

Backs: Abdullah Nordin, Foo Fook Chuan, M. Chandran, Sadar Khan, Ibrahim Mydin, Dell Akhbar (semua Selangor), Soh Toh Kim Poh, Bhawandi (semua Kedah), Chan Kok Leong (Perak), Namat Abdullah (Penang), Ng Kong (Johor), Soh Chin Aun (Melaka)

Forwards: Lim Kim Lian, Zulkifli Norbit, Wong Choon Wah, Wong Fook Yoong (semua Selangor), Shaharuddin Abdullah (Penang), Yap Eng Kok (Johor), Khalil Hashim (Perlis), Harun Yusof (Terengganu)

Kump APMSKJBPGMata
Indonesia330010196
Malaysia32016424
South Korea310347-32
Thailand300308-80
Kump BPMSKJBPGMata
Burma3300143116
Singapore310258-32
Western Australia310259-42
India310237-40
30 October 1969 (Khamis)
Gr AMalaysia
Shaharuddin Abdullah (44')
Chow Chee Keong, Abdullah Nordin, Foo Fook Chuan, Sardar Khan, M. Chandran, Chan Yoon Chong, Wong Fook Yong, Ibrahim Mydin, Shaharuddin Abdullah, Wong Choon Wah, Zulkifli Norbit
1-0ThailandStadium Merdeka, KL
Gr ASouth Korea0-3IndonesiaStadium Merdeka, KL
31 October 1969 (Jumaat)
Gr BBurma3-1SingaporeStadium Merdeka, KL
Gr BWestern Australia1-0IndiaStadium Merdeka, KL
1 November 1969 (Sabtu)
Gr AMalaysia
Shaharuddin Abdullah (14', 52', 82'), Chan Yoon Choon (61')
4-1South KoreaStadium Perak, Ipoh
Gr AThailand0-4IndonesiaStadium Perak, Ipoh
2 November 1969 (Ahad)
Gr BBurma6-0IndiaStadium Merdeka, KL
Gr BWestern Australia2-4SingaporeStadium Merdeka, KL
3 November 1969 (Isnin)
Gr AMalaysia
Shaharuddin Abdullah (61')
Chow Chee Keong, Abdullah Nordin, Foo Fook Chuan, Sardar Khan, Soh-Toh Kim Poh, Chan Yoon Chong, Wong Fook Yong, Ibrahim Mydin, Shaharuddin Abdullah, Yap Eng Kok, Zulkifli Norbit (Harun Yusof)
1-3IndonesiaStadium Merdeka, KL
Gr ASouth Korea3-0ThailandStadium Merdeka, KL
4 November 1969 (Selasa)
Gr BBurma5-2Western AustraliaStadium Perak, Ipoh
Gr BIndia3-0SingaporeStadium Perak, Ipoh
6 November 1969 (Khamis)
5/6 MatchSouth Korea3-2Western AustraliaStadium Merdeka, KL
SFIndonesia9-2SingaporeStadium Merdeka, KL
7 November 1969 (Jumaat)
7/8 MatchThailand1-0IndiaStadium Merdeka, KL
SFBurma1-3Malaysia
Shaharuddin Abdullah (24', 44'), Ibrahim Mydin (89')
Chow Chee Keong, Abdullah Nordin, Foo Fook Chuan, Namat Abdullah, M. Chandran, Chan Yoon Chong, Harun Yusof, Ibrahim Mydin, Shaharuddin Abdullah, Wong Choon Wah, Zulkifli Norbit
Stadium Merdeka, KL
9 November 1969 (Ahad)
3/4 MatchBurma9-0SingaporeStadium Merdeka, KL
FinalIndonesia3-2Malaysia
Abdullah Nordin (22' penalti), Shahruddin Abdullah (28')
Chow Chee Keong, Abdullah Nordin, Foo Fook Chuan, Sardar Khan, M. Chandran, Chan Yoon Chong, Wong Fook Yong (Lim Kim Lian), Namat Abdullah, Shaharuddin Abdullah, Wong Choon Wah, Zulkifli Norbit
Stadium Merdeka, KL



Pestabola Merdeka 1968
Tarikh09 - 25 Ogos 1968
VenueStadium Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur
Stadium Perak, Ipoh
Pasukan (12)Burma, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, Nationalist China, Singapore, South Korea, Thailand, Vietnam, Western Australia

Coach Untuk Pestabola Merdeka 1968: Harold Hassall (England)

Assistant Coach/National Coach: Peter Vellapan

Goalkeeper: Chow Chee Keong (Selangor), Lee Soo Pang (Melaka)

Fullback: Abdullah Nordin (Capt, Selangor), Foo Fook Chuan (Perak), Soo Toh Kim Poh (Kedah)

Halfback: Chow Kwai Lam, M. Chandran, Ibrahim Mydin, Sardar Khan (semua Selangor)

Forward: Shahruddin Abdullah, Namat Abdullah (kedua-dua Pulau Pinang), Wong Fook Yoong, Nadarajah (N.) Thanabalan, Wong Choon Wah, Zulkifli Norbit (semua Selangor), M. Karathu (Perak), Syed Ahmad (Pulau Pinang)

Kump APMSKJBPGMata
Indonesia5401298218
Western Australia5311151147
South Korea5302910-16
Japan5302410-66
Nationalist China5104616-102
Singapore5014715-81
Kump BPMSKJBPGMata
Malaysia532012488
Burma52218446
India52128715
Thailand512247-34
South Vietnam5203813-54
Hong Kong503238-53
9 Ogos 1968 (Jumaat)
BMalaysia
Chow Kwai Lam (penalti)
Chow Chee Keong, Soo-Toh Kim Poh, Foo Fook Chuan, Sardhar Khan, M. Chandran, Ibrahim Mydin, Wong Fok Yoong, Chow Kwai Lam, Shaharuddin Abdullah, N. Thanabalan, Zulkifli Norbit
1-1Hong KongStadium Merdeka, KL
AJapan2-1SingaporeStadium Merdeka, KL
10 Ogos 1968 (Sabtu)
BBurma3-0South VietnamStadium Merdeka, KL
ASouth Korea0-3Western AustraliaStadium Merdeka, KL
11 Ogos 1968 (Ahad)
AIndonesia7-0JapanStadium Perak, Ipoh
ANationalist China2-0SingaporeStadium Perak, Ipoh
BHong Kong0-0ThailandStadium Merdeka, KL
BMalaysia
Zulkifli Norbit (51'), N. Thanabalan (52')
2-1
IndiaStadium Merdeka, KL
12 Ogos 1968 (Isnin)
ASouth Korea3-2SingaporeStadium Perak, Ipoh
AIndonesia4-5Western AustraliaStadium Perak, Ipoh
BIndia3-2South VietnamStadium Merdeka, KL
BBurma3-0Hong KongStadium Merdeka, KL
14 Ogos 1968 (Rabu)
AJapan1-0Western AustraliaStadium Merdeka, KL
ANationalist China1-2South KoreaStadium Merdeka, KL
BBurma0-0ThailandStadium Perak, Ipoh
BMalaysia
N. Thanabalan (26', 73'), Wong Fook Yoong (59'), Shaharuddin Abdullah (87')
4-0South VietnamStadium Perak, Ipoh
15 Ogos 1968 (Khamis)
AIndonesia4-0SingaporeStadium Merdeka, KL
ANationalist China2-3Western AustraliaStadium Merdeka, KL
BHong Kong1-1IndiaStadium Perak, Ipoh
BThailand2-3South VietnamStadium Perak, Ipoh
17 Ogos 1968 (Sabtu)
AIndonesia4-2South KoreaStadium Perak, Ipoh
ANationalist China0-1JapanStadium Perak, Ipoh
BMalaysia
N. Thanabalan (8', 51'), Zulkifli Norbit (41', 80')
Lee Soo Pang, Abdullah Nordin, Foo Fook Chuan, Soh-Toh Kim Poh, M. Chandran, Sardar Khan, Wong Fook Yoong, N. Thanabalan, Shaharuddin Abdullah, Ibrahim Mydin, Zulkifli Norbit
4-1ThailandStadium Merdeka, KL
BBurma1-3IndiaStadium Merdeka, KL
18 Ogos 1968 (Ahad)
ASingapore4-4Western AustraliaStadium Perak, Ipoh
AJapan0-2South KoreaStadium Perak, Ipoh
BHong Kong1-3South VietnamStadium Merdeka, KL
BMalaysia
Thanabalan (40')
1-1BurmaStadium Merdeka, KL
19 Ogos 1968 (Isnin)
ANationalist China1-10IndonesiaStadium Merdeka, KL
BIndia0-1ThailandStadium Merdeka, KL
21 Ogos 1968 (Rabu)
SF 5-8South Korea2-1ThailandStadium Merdeka, KL
SF 1-4Indonesia1-2BurmaStadium Merdeka, KL
22 Ogos 1968 (Khamis)
SF 5-8India1-0JapanStadium Merdeka, KL
SF 1-4Malaysia
N. Thanabalan (2 gol), Shahruddin Abdullah
Chow Chee Keong, Abdullah Nordin, Foo Fook Chuan, Sardhar Khan, M. Chandran, Soo-Thoh Kim Poh, Wong Fok Yoong, N. Thanabalan, Shaharuddin Abdullah, Ibrahim Mydin, Zulkifli Norbit
4-3Western AustraliaStadium Merdeka, KL
24 Ogos 1968 (Sabtu)
5/6 PlaceSouth Korea1-0IndiaStadium Merdeka, KL
3/4 PlaceWestern Australia3-1IndonesiaStadium Merdeka, KL
25 Ogos 1968 (Ahad)
7/8 PlaceJapan2-1ThailandStadium Merdeka, KL
FinalMalaysia
Zulkifli Norbit (53'), Shaharuddin Abdullah (64'), N. Thanabalan (68')
Chow Chee Keong, Abdullah Nordin, Foo Fook Chuan, Sardhar Khan, M. Chandran, Soo-Thoh Kim Poh, Wong Fok Yoong, N. Thanabalan, Shaharuddin Abdullah, Ibrahim Mydin, Zulkifli Norbit
3-0BurmaStadium Merdeka, KL

Selasa, Oktober 13, 2020

Liga Malaysia Bersambung 28 Ogos 2020




PINDAAN TARIKH UNDIAN DAN KEJOHANAN TM PIALA MALAYSIA 2020

13 Oktober 2020: Malaysian Football League (MFL) telah membuat keputusan untuk meminda tarikh saingan TM Piala Malaysia berikutan situasi semasa penularan pandemik COVID-19 yang melanda negara.

Undian TM Piala Malaysia: 1 November 2020

Pusingan Pertama (16 pasukan): 6, 7 dan 8 November 2020
Suku Akhir: 12 dan 13 November 2020
Separuh Akhir: 17 November 2020
Final: 22 November 2020

PERUBAHAN TARIKH SEPAK MULA PIALA MALAYSIA 2020

7 Oktober 2020 - Perubahan tarikh sepak mula bagi pertandingan TM Piala Malaysia 2020 peringkat pusingan pertama 16 pasukan.

Undian TM Piala Malaysia 2020 yang sebelum ini diadakan pada 12 Oktober 2020 ditunda pada 19 Oktober 2020 sebelum kejohanan paling tertua di Asia Tenggara itu membuka tirai pada 25 dan 26 Oktober 2020 berbanding jadual asal pada 16-18 Oktober 2020.
TARIKH SEPAK MULA LIGA MALAYSIA MUSIM 2020 DIPINDA

19 Ogos 2020 - Malaysian Football League (MFL) menerusi Mesyuarat Ahli Lembaga Pengarah Ke-22 semalam telah membuat keputusan untuk meminda tarikh mula Liga Malaysia iaitu pada 28 Ogos 2020.

Disebabkan Liga Amatur Malaysia, Liga M3 2020 dibatalkan, maka tiada sebarang penyingkiran pasukan Liga Premier ke Liga Amatur musim 2021.

Pasukan tempat ke 11 dan tempat ke 12 CIMB Liga Super 2020 di turunkan ke Liga Premier 2021. Manakala dua pasukan teratas Liga Premier 2020 layak ke Liga Super 2021.

TM Piala Malaysia 2020
Pusingan 16 pasukan: 16 - 18 Oktober 2020
Suku akhir: 24 dan 25 Oktober 2020
Separuh akhir: 30 dan 31 Oktober 2020
Perlawanan Akhir: 7 November 2020

KELANTAN DIPOTONG TIGA MATA LIGA PREMIER 2020

3 Ogos 2020 - Persatuan Bolasepak Malaysia (FAM) hari ini ingin mengumumkan bahawa Persatuan Bolasepak Kelantan (PB Kelantan) telah dikenakan hukuman pemotongan tiga mata secara serta-merta bagi saingan Liga Premier 2020 atas kegagalan membayar baki ansuran tunggakan gaji pemain dan pegawai mengikut jadual yang ditetapkan oleh mereka bagi kes yang telah pun diputuskan oleh Jawatankuasa Status FAM sebelum ini.

SAINGAN LIGA MALAYSIA BERSAMBUNG 26 OGOS 2020

17 Jul 2020 - Malaysian Football League (MFL) hari ini mengumumkan Liga Malaysia 2020 kembali bersambung pada 26 Ogos 2020 selepas ditangguhkan sejak 16 Mac lalu disebabkan pandemik COVID-19.

CIMB Liga Super/Liga Premier 2020
*MFL kekal dengan format pertandingan CIMB Liga Super, Liga Premier di mana saingan secara separuh liga sahaja. Menerusi format itu, liga akan bersambung dari perlawanan kelima hingga perlawanan ke-11 dengan semua perlawanan mengikut jadual asal seperti yang telah ditetapkan.

*Perlawanan tertunda CIMB Liga Super: PJ City FC lwn Trengganu FC.
Serta perlawanan Liga Premier: UKM FC lwn Kelantan akan dimainkan pada 22 Ogos 2020.

*Shopee Piala FA 2020 dan Challenge Cup 2020
-Pertandingan Dibatalkan.

TM Piala Malaysia 2020
*TM Piala Malaysia (17-18 Oktober 2020 dan akan berakhir pada 7 November)

Format pertandingan TM Piala Malaysia akan dirombak di mana tiada saingan peringkat kumpulan dengan saingan 16 pasukan akan berlangsung secara kalah mati satu pusingan termasuk suku akhir dan separuh akhir.

11 pasukan terbaik CIMB Liga Super dan 5 pasukan terbaik Liga Premier (kecuali pasukan Reserve Team) yang layak beraksi dalam saingan TM Piala Malaysia akan diundi untuk menentukan perlawanan awal dan juga pasukan tuan rumah.

Perlawanan Persahabatan.
*Kesemua pasukan tidak dibenarkan mengadakan perlawanan persahabatan bermula 15 sehingga 28 Julai 2020.

Pasukan berstatus dari CIMB Liga Super dan Liga Premier hanya dibenarkan mengadakan perlawanan persahabatan pada 2 Ogos 2020 sebaik tamat tempoh bertenang bermula 29 Julai dan tamat pada 1 Ogos 2020.

Tempoh ini adalah bagi penilaian dan pemantauan simptom COVID-19 bagi memastikan tahap kesihatan semua pegawai dan pemain masih baik setelah 14 hari tempoh Latihan Berkontak Fizikal dibenarkan di mana latihan pasukan masih dibenarkan sepanjang tempoh ini.