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Malaysia fail to fire once again, held to disappointing draw by Myanmar

Malaysia striker S. Kumaahran
Penang teenager S. Kumaahran came on as a second half substitute in the drab draw in Myanmar.

Malaysia warmed up for June's crucial 2019 AFC Asian Cup qualifiers with a lacklustre 0-0 draw with Myanmar in Yangon on Saturday evening.

Looking to erase bad memories of the same result against tiny Macau in March, the toothless Tigers struggled in the final third against the slick co-hosts of the 2016 AFF Suzuki Cup. The stalemate means that they are still looking for a first goal in 2016 after three games.

For Ong Kim Swee, the real action takes place against Timor Leste on June 2 and 6. But...

Malaysia's Brendan Gan predicts more attacking approach

ESPN FC's Jason Dasey talks with Brendan Gan to discuss his Malaysia targets and preparing for the Asian Cup playoff.

Goal-shy Malaysia are likely to take a more attacking approach in upcoming international games, according to midfielder Brendan Gan.

After Saturday night's friendly away to Myanmar, Datuk Ong Kim Swee's side will face Timor-Leste in a two-legged AFC Asian Cup playoff for the right to advance to the third round of qualifying. The games will be played in Johor Bahru on June 2 and 6.

Gan's entrance to the senior side has coincided with a dry spell in front of goal but the ex-Sydney FC rookie predicts...

Singapore's Richard Tardy ready for Southeast Asia test at Nations Cup

Adam Swandi will lead the Singapore U21 attack at the Nations Cup next month.

Singapore under-21 coach Richard Tardy is keen to put his charges to the test when they take on the Malaysia under-21s at the inaugural Nations Cup in Malacca next month.

Touted as one of the top youth competitions in the region, the Nations Cup will see the next generation of rising football stars from Singapore, Malaysia, Vietnam and Thailand vie for the coveted trophy.

Tardy, has called up a strong team of youngsters, most notably, former FC Metz trainee Adam Swandi, Home United's Shahrin Saberin...

 By Jason Dasey

Malaysia consider Kumaahran and Lok in search for Asian Cup striker

ESPN FC's Jason Dasey speaks with Malaysia manager Ong Kim Swee to preview their friendly versus Myanmar.

You know that Malaysia's striking stocks are low when a 19-year-old, with only a handful of professional goals, and a newly arrived recruit from English non-league football, are talked about as future national team stars.

March's 0-0 draw with Southeast Asian part-timers Macau in a home friendly exposed just how desperate the situation has become. Malaysia's last five internationals have produced only two goals and they've failed score in eight of 13 matches, dating back to the start of 2015.


Hodak vows to rebuild Penang in MSL after taking over as CEO

Bojan Hodak, who won five trophies at Kelantan and JDT, will oversee football affairs at Penang.

The only way is up for relegation-threatened Penang, according to Bojan Hodak, the club's new CEO.

The former Johor Darul Ta'zim and Kelantan boss takes over with the Islanders rock bottom on the Malaysia Super League table after only one win in 12 matches in 2016.

Hodak will work alongside his Croatian countryman Nenad Bacina, who has been appointed Penang manager. However, the head coach position remains vacant after Jacksen Tiago was 'rested' last month.

"The only good thing about Penang's current...