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Public Bank players can expect more cash rewards

High-riding Selangor Public Bank have been handsomely rewarded for their strong showing in the last 14 matches where they managed 13 wins and a draw. And they can expect more if they continue with their form.

Weigang relishes chance to take on the bankers in playoff

Johor have been given a second shot at life at the top and they now relish playing Premier II champions Public Bank in the Super League playoff. So says their German coach Karl Heinz Weigang.

Like it or not, Johor FC have to rough it out

The M-League season came to close over the weekend with Perak retaining the Premier I title with a big dose of help from Sabah, who held then leaders Kedah to a 1-1 draw.

Crocs get a second bite at the cherry

Having messed up their first chance of qualifying for the Super League last week, Sarawak are not prepared to face failure a second time when the playoff kicks off tomorrow.

Larsen happy to see Kedah give Perak a run for their money

The look on the faces of the Kedah players and officials said it all. They found Sabah a big stumbling block to their Premier I title hope.

Terengganu triumph, so it's joy for Penang

Wooden spoonists Terengganu finally produced a great match, beating Sarawak 4-0. But there were no celebrations at the Sultan Ismail Naisruddin Stadium last night. All the celebrations were in Penang.

Shahrul praying for a Sabah win

Perak skipper Ahmad Shahrul Azhar is praying that Sabah will perform to their true potential when they entertain Premier I leaders Kedah at the Likas Stadium tonight.

FAM stand firm Public Bank need to go for playoff

The FA of Malaysia (FAM) who have on many occasions bent over backwards to accommodate appeals by affiliates, have taken a strong stand on the request by newly crowned Premier II champions Selangor Public Bank.

Croc’s Super League fate in Turtles’ hands

Basement side Terengganu hold Sarawak's fate in their hands. The two teams square off in Kuala Terengganu tomorrow and if the Turtle can so much as hold Sarawak to a draw, the Crocs will lose out on an automatic place in next eight-team Super League.

Irfan: Only a miracle can pull us through

The Panthers, who blew up at home against club side Johor FC on Tuesday, are now left needing a miracle to get an automatic place in next year's Super League.