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The Gaffer

The 'Great Depression' of Malaysian football

Malaysia is making strides in football, but in the wrong direction

The Gaffer

The rise of the Garuda, the fall of the Tigers

It was no surprise that Malaysia failed to make it to the semifinal stages of the AFF Cup

The Gaffer

Step aside, Delap!

In the past, former Stoke City midfielder Rory Delap used to terrorise defenders in the Premier League with his long throw-ins but a certain Serbian is lighting up the Malaysian League with his monstrous throws – Even better than Delap!

The Gaffer

Say no to racism in Malaysian football

Racism is an issue that has been hotly debated in the footballing world. In Malaysia, racism affects foreign players and even locals but to some, it’s just a petty issue.

The Gaffer

Faiz should be hailed, not undermined

Mohd Faiz Subri's goal has been hailed as one of the best goals of the modern era but there are some Malaysians who believe the shot was "wind-assisted" and a fluke.

The Gaffer

Chinese clubs flexing their football muscle

First it was Fredy Guarin and now Ramires. Chinese Super League clubs are beginning to flex their muscles in world football.

The Gaffer

The Perak conundrum

AT the start of the Super League season, Perak was riding high. The last five weeks, however, have seen the team drop eight places; its coach “rested” and side lambasted by the team patron. For fans, it’s been a nightmare.

The Gaffer

Police mobilised to raid the Super League

After a narrow defeat against Lions XII in their first Super League game of the season, Police have gone on to make their presence felt by beating two big sides and proving The Gaffer wrong.

The Gaffer

New season, new hopes

The Malaysian League kicks off Saturday and all eyes will surely be on the Super League, as the top teams begin their campaigns for the coveted title and a place in the AFC Champions League 2016.

The Gaffer

Tough road for Harimau Malaya

The Gaffer thinks that the current crop of national players can’t emulate the efforts of the 2010 championship winning team.