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 By Jason Dasey

English-born Darren Lok joins JDT II, eyes chance with Malaysia

JDT striker Darren Lok
English-born striker Darren Lok has joined Johor Darul Ta'zim II. (Photo courtesy: Johor Southern Tigers)

English-born Darren Lok has the potential to play international football for Malaysia, according to Johor Darul Ta'zim (JDT) sports director Alistair Edwards.

The 25-year-old former non-league striker has signed with JDT II in the Premier League and is eligible for national selection because of his Malacca-born father.

Harimau Malaysia head coach Ong Kim Swee considered drafting Lok into the squad for this month's AFC Asian Cup playoff against Timor-Leste and the subsequent tour of Oceania but he...

 By Jason Dasey

Malaysia hope Oceania tour will translate to Suzuki Cup success

ESPN FC's Jason Dasey and PJ Roberts discuss Malaysia's mixed results during their Oceania tour and look ahead to what the future holds for Ong Kim Swee's men.

The Malaysia national squad arrived home in Kuala Lumpur on Tuesday after their Oceania tour, concluding with Sunday's 1-1 draw with Fiji in Nadi.

At first glance, just one victory in three matches against lower-ranked opponents seems to represent an unsuccessful trip.

But here are five reasons why coach Ong Kim Swee was right to take Harimau Malaysia to the South Pacific:

1. Being forced to leave their comfort zone

Before the trip, most of the squad would have been hard pressed to point to Port...

 By Jason Dasey

Malaysia plan Suzuki Cup warmups against Singapore and Indonesia

Malaysia coach Ong Kim Swee and Brad Maloney
Ong Kim Swee and assistant Brad Maloney are planning a busy Malaysia schedule for the rest of 2016.

Malaysia are planning a series of international friendlies against Asian rivals in the lead up to November's AFF Suzuki Cup, including high profile games against neighbours Singapore and Indonesia.

Ahead of the squad's return from their Oceania tour this week, coach Ong Kim Swee, and his assistants Brad Maloney and Kris Yong, are preparing a busy schedule for the second half of the year.

The Malaysians have penciled in a friendly againt Indonesia in Jakarta in the first week on September and another...

Malaysia held to 1-1 draw by Fiji in final Oceania tour game

Amri Yahyah vs. Timor-Leste 2016
Amri Yahyah's goal gave Malaysia a 1-1 draw against Fiji in Nadi.

Malaysia were held to a 1-1 draw by Fiji in the third and final match of their Oceania tour on Sunday afternoon at Prince Charles Park in Nadi.

The Tigers started the tour with a 2-0 defeat at the hands of Papua New Guinea and then fought back from a goal down to defeat New Caledonia 2-1 on Wednesday.

A goal from Amri Yahyah set Kim Ong Swee's men on their way four minutes before the break. The Johor Darul Ta'zim star finished after good work from club colleague S. Chanturu.

Malaysia were heading...