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Kedah Super League team retain fully-fit Sandro

PETALING JAYA: Midfielder Sandro da Silva is back in the Kedah Super League team. The Red Eagles had wanted to off-load the 32-year-old Brazilian during the second transfer window because of his nagging back injury.

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Felda put defence to test with locals in Super League

PETALING JAYA: Felda United’s defence will be put to the sword when the Super League resumes on July 16.

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Crocs found their bite in Super League

IPOH: The Crocs finally found their bite in Super League. Struggling Sarawak beat out-of-sorts Perak 3-0 on Saturday. Their goals came through Ndumba Makeche, Junior Aparecido, Gilmar Filho against Perak.

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We’re here (Super League) to stay: T-Team

PETALING JAYA: Newly-promoted T-Team are here to stay in the Super League.

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Penang not giving up on Super League promo

GEORGE TOWN: Penang are not ready to throw in the towel in the fight for Super League promotion despite being bumped out of the Premier League’s top two spots.

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Win and JDT go top of Super League

PETALING JAYA: Super League champions Johor Darul Ta’zim (JDT) are optimistic they can head the table for the first time after three months.

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Police march to the top of Super League

PETALING JAYA: Mali international Dramane Traore has taken the Cops to the top of the Super League, striking the winner in the 1-0 victory over Sarawak at the Shah Alam Stadium on Friday night.

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Kelantan looking to move away from Super League relegation zone

GEORGE TOWN: Kelantan return to Super League action with the intention to move away from the relegation zone.

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Super League leaders Pahang wary of bottom side

PETALING JAYA: It’s top versus bottom. But Super League leaders Pahang prefer to be cautious when they face Sime Darby FC at the Selayang Stadium on Saturday.

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Pahang ready to battle for Super League title till the end

PETALING JAYA: Pahang coach Zainal Abidin Hassan conceded that the Super League title will go down to the wire with two more matches to play.