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Malacca brought high-riding Public Bank down to earth with a 2-1 win in their opening Group D match in the Malaysia Cup competition at the Selayang Municipal Council Stadium Wednesday night.
Selangor will be hard-pressed to retain the Malaysia Cup and stretch their record to 30 wins. They finished 12th in the 13-team Premier I and can count themselves lucky to have even qualified for the Malaysia Cup competition.
Defender Abdul Aziz Ismail has been regularly picked for international duty by coach Allan Harris for both the senior and pre-Olympic (Under-22) squads.
Johor FC are still coming to grips over their failure to qualify for the Super League next year via the playoff tournament.
The cash is flowing in for Public Bank but manager Razak Dali has warned the team against letting 'a little victory' get to their heads.
Sarawak coach Jalil Ramli had a sleepless night even though his team made it to the Super League with a 5-4 elimination on aggregate of Petaling Jaya Municipal Council (MPPJ) in the playoff on Saturday.
Club sides Johor FC and Public Bank fought tooth and nail right up to the end before Johor FC had to concede a Super League place to the bankers in a most heartbreaking fashion.
Premier I champions Perak have been stood up. Indian star Baichung Bhutia is not coming to Malaysia.
It's make or break time for Super League hopefuls Johor FC, Sarawak and Premier II's Public Bank and Selangor MPPJ.
Former international Rizal Sukiman's return to first team action has ended in disaster. The Johor FC midfielder, playing in place of suspended Idris Karim against Public Bank, was a victim of a sliding tackle on a wet and slippery Selayang Municipal Council Stadium pitch and saw only three minutes of action.