Proposal to transform Malaysian football league

THE challenges faced by Malaysian football clubs have often overshadowed the excitement on the pitch. Issues like salary disputes and inconsistent revenue streams have plagued our teams, leading to an unstable league where the number of participating teams fluctuates from year to year.

Despite the fervent support of fans, many Malaysian football clubs are struggling financially. The unpredictability of revenue and the burden of player salaries have left clubs grappling with instability.

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