2017 Selangor FA season

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Flag of Selangor.svg Selangor FA
2017 season
President Y.B. Dato' Seri Subahan Kamal
Manager Abdul Rauf Ahmad
Stadium1. Shah Alam Stadium
2. Majlis Perbandaran Selayang Stadium (interim)
Super League 6th
FA Cup Second Round
Malaysia Cup Quarter-finals
Top goalscorerLeague:
(8 goals)
Forkey Doe

All:
(10 goals)
Forkey Doe
Rufino Segovia
Highest home attendance11,257
Super League
Selangor vs Johor Darul Ta'zim (5 August 2017)
Lowest home attendance847
Super League
Selangor vs PKNS (20 September 2017)
Average home league attendance5,718
  2016
2018  

The 2017 Selangor FA Season was Selangor FA's 12th season playing soccer in the Malaysia Super League since its inception in 2004.

Contents

Selangor FA began the season on January 21, 2017. They will also compete in two domestic cups, the Malaysia FA Cup and Malaysia Cup.

Season Overview

Pre-season

(Squad Build and First Transfers)

Selangor started the summer in December when P. Maniam was officially announced as its new coach for one season. [1] [2] [3] He appeared for his first press conference with the media on December 28. K. Gunalan, last year's interim coach, will again serve as assistant coach for this season.

On December 28, 2016, P. Maniam added some new faces to the club's academy after losing several key players who moved to other teams. The players who were promoted to the first team were A. Namathevan, K. Kannan, Amirul Ashraf, Faizzudin Abidin, Badrul Amin, K. Sarkunan and Syahmi Safari. [4]

On December 30, Dato' Seri Mohamed Azmin Ali quit as president of the Football Association of Selangor(FAS), after having held the post for two years beginning in December 2014. Amirudin Shari also joined Azmin by resigning as team manager. They made this decision after seeing the failure of Selangor's executive officers(EXCO FAS) to submit a strategic plan for Selangor's state football management, including failing to update the professional administration organization for the FAS association. [5] [6] [7]

During the pre-season planning, P. Maniam also added some new local players for the season. Among them are: Afiq Azmi (Negeri Sembilan), Halim Zainal (Kuala Lumpur), K. Satish (PKNS), Fairuz Abdul Aziz (AirAsia FC) and Nurshamil Abd Ghani, a player who is on loan from Melaka United.

On December 6, S. Subramaniam was released by Selangor. Azmi Muslim left the club on the same day, and was transferred to PKNS FC after three years with the Red Giants. [8] Hazwan Bakri and R. Gopinathan were sold to Johor Darul Ta'zim for a fee of RM1 million (Malaysian ringgit), while Nazmi Faiz had already signed an agreement to join JDT when he was with Selangor FA last season. [9] [10] [11] The following day, Shahrom Kalam, and Hafiz Kamal switched sides and joined Perak this season for an undisclosed fee, while Hadi Yahya joined them on a free transfer. [12] [13]

P. Maniam also added new foreign players from Liberia and Romania, Francis Forkey Doe and Victoraș Astafei to replace foreign players from last season, Mauro Olivi and Patrick Wleh, whose contracts were not renewed for the current season. [14] Patrick Wleh returned to PKNS FC following the end of his loan spell after Selangor decided not to make the loan move a permanent deal. Mauro Olivi has been released after not being offered a new contract. [15]

Selangor agreed on a contract extension with import defender Ugo Ukah, keeping him with the club for one more year. [16] Quota imports from Asia, Andik Vermansyah still remains with the team, with a year left on his contract. However, he sustained an ACL injury forcing Andik to rest for 5–6 months causing him to be dismissed from the team for this season. Import player Asia status will be filled by Timor-Leste players, Juliano Mineiro, who will replace him temporarily after signing a six-month contract. [17] [18] [19] [20]

Mid-season

(Second Transfers)

On second transfers day, Selangor reached an agreement with Melaka United on 17 May for AFC Cup winner Amri Yahyah, who re-joined the team for an undisclosed fee. [21] [22] [23] Two days later, Selangor announced Victoraș Astafei will be released to make way for the original import, Andik Vermansyah, who will take Astafei's place until the end of the season. [24] [25]

On 9 June, before the second transfer window closed, Selangor officially signed a new import player from Spain, Rufino Segovia, to replace Juliano Mineiro, whose contract expired at the end of the month. [26] [27] [28]

Pre-season and Friendlies Match

Selangor announced their first fixture of the 2017 pre-season schedule on 25 December 2016. On 29 December, Selangor began its pre-season campaign against Sime Darby at the training field in Shah Alam. The match finished as a goalless draw.

The next fixture, Selangor visited PDRM on 6 January at PULAPOL, Kuala Lumpur. Selangor won the match 2–1, with goals from K. Kannan and Forkey Doe. Victory against PDRM is the first pre-season win for the team.

Five days later, Selangor faced Terengganu, last season's Super League relegation team, at Selayang Stadium. Selangor won the match 2–0, with goals from two import trials, Mohamed Talaat and Kamil Poźniak.

The next day, Selangor continued their friendly matches against a club from the FAM league (third division), MOF FC. Selangor won 1–0, with a goal scored by import trials, Tiago Chulapa. It was the Red Giants' third victory after four friendly matches.

Selangor meet Kuala Lumpur for the next game on 14 January at SUK field in Shah Alam, which Kuala Lumpur won 1–0 with a goal scored by Kuala Lumpur import trials, Carlos Chamorro.

In the final matchday of the pre-season, Selangor faced another FAM league club, Petaling Jaya Rangers on the SUK field. The Red Giants lost again, 1–0, thanks to a goal from a local player, Badrul Afendy. It was the team's second defeat in six friendly matches.

Overall, Selangor finished the pre-season friendlies with 2 wins, 1 draw and 2 defeats.

January

On 21 January, Selangor officially kicked off its Super League campaign, playing at home to Penang. Maniam fielded a 3–4–3 formation, while playing a style of defending and attacking football. Selangor went on to win the match 2–0, with goals from Adam Nor Azlin and Forkey Doe, ensuring Maniam got off to a winning start. [29]

On 27 January, Selangor was unable to progress up the table, recording a 1–1 home draw against Melaka United. Although there was a goal from Selangor's new import signings, Victoraș Astafei, one goal from Melaka United player, Khairu Azrin held Selangor to a draw. [30]

February

On 4 February, despite one goal from Syahmi Safari and two goals from Forkey Doe, Selangor came up short with a 5–3 away defeat to PKNS. This was their first defeat in the league after three games. [31]

Their next away game, against defending champions Johor Darul Ta'zim, ended goalless as well meaning Selangor were down in eighth place. [32] [33]

On 14 February, in the first FA Cup match against Negeri Sembilan, Selangor were eliminated at home with 3–4 penalty shoot-out, after the match finished as a goalless draw 0–0 (including extra-time). [34] [35]

Three days later, in their fifth match of the league campaign, Selangor recorded a 3–1 home win against Felda United, following three goals from Astafei, Raimi Mohd Noor and Juliano Mineiro ensured the Red Giants side the victory. [36] [37]

On 24 February, Selangor FA (FAS) finally found a new president, Datuk Seri Subahan Kamal, who replaced former chief Dato' Seri Mohamed Azmin Ali who stepped down from the post before the start of the season. [38] [39] [40]

On 25 February, Selangor faced Kelantan in an away game, which had ended 0–2 to Selangor. A brace from Mineiro helped collect another three points. [41] That results meant Selangor climbed to third place at the end of the month.

March

Selangor started the new month at home with a 1–1 draw against Kedah. Sandro opened the scoring for the visitors, before Selangor equalized the score with a late goal from Mineiro. [42]

In the last match in March, Selangor suffered their first defeat at home, after a 0–1 loss against Perak. [43] [44] On the league table, Selangor were down to fifth place.

April

After the international break, Selangor continued their league match on 8 April with a narrow 2–1 victory against Sarawak at home, which saw Selangor climb up to fourth place. The two goals were scored by Astafei and Forkey Doe. [45] [46]

On 15 April, Selangor went against Pahang as visitors. And with goals from Mineiro and Forkey Doe, the match ended up in a draw with the final result being 2–2. [47]

Selangor visited T–Team on 26 April, the next match day, and lost 0–1, with a goal from Fauzi Abdul Kadar in the 89th minute. [48] [49] That result means Selangor has finished their first round in the league with 4 wins, 4 draws and 3 defeats.

May

On 8 May, Selangor began the second round in the league as visitors with a 1–1 draw against Sarawak. The goal Selangor goal was scored by Rizal Fahmi, after Sarawak player Mateo Roskam opened the scoring. [50]

On May 24, Selangor continued its winless streak—no wins in four matches in a row— after losing to Pahang 2–0 at home. Two goals from striker import visitors, Matheus Alves at the 74th and 83rd minutes ensured victory for Pahang. [51] [52] The defeat saw Selangor drop down to fifth place before the league break during the month of Ramadan.

On 22 May, Selangor were drawn into Group D of the Malaysia Cup alongside Johor Darul Ta'zim, Sarawak, and Terengganu. [53]

July

After a one-month break, Selangor opened July, and continued their league match, against T–Team at home. The Red Giants won the thrilling encounter 4–2 thanks to goals from Forkey Doe, Rufino Segovia and a double from Syahmi Safari. Dilshod Sharofetdinov and Yannick N'Djeng scored for T–Team. [54] [55]

On 4 July, Selangor opened their Malaysia Cup campaign, against Terengganu at home. The match ended in a 1–1 draw with goals by Rufino Segovia (43rd minute) for Selangor and Issey Nakajima-Farran (64th minute) for Terengganu. [56] [57]

In the second matchday of the Malaysia Cup group stage on 8 July, they visited Sarawak State Stadium to face Sarawak. The Red Giants was able to squeeze out a 1–2 win after goals from Forkey Doe and one own goal from Sarawak players, Dzulazlan Ibrahim. Sarawak's goal was scored by Shreen Tambi. [58] [59] This was their first win in the current season's Malaysia Cup campaign.

Three days later, Selangor's second game of July in the Super League saw the Red Giants visiting Perak for an away game. A goal from Forkey Doe was all that was required for Selangor to collect three points in a 0–1 win. [60] [61] Despite winning, they also get a less agreeable results, by collecting nine yellow cards and one red card (Andik had been sent off).

For the next league game on 15 July, Selangor visited Kedah. The Red Giants came home without victory after a 1–1 draw at Darulaman Stadium, with only one goal each from S. Veenod (Selangor) and Ken Ilsø (Kedah). [62] [63]

On 18 July, Selangor played the matchday third of Malaysia Cup campaign against Johor Darul Ta'zim at home. Goals from Fairuz Abdul Aziz and a brace by Amri Yahyah gave the Red Giants a comfortable 3–2 win. [64] [65] With this victory, Selanger moved to the top spot in Group D, leaving JDT behind with 3 points difference.

Selangor played their 17th Super League match at home on 22 July and won 1–0 against Kelantan, with the only goal scored by Amri Yahyah. [66] [67] The Red Giants set a new record for the season by maintaining five wins and two draws after seven matches (including the Malaysia Cup match).

On 26 July, Selangor's seven-match unbeaten streak came to an end as they lost to FELDA United 3–1 at Tun Abdul Razak Stadium. The Red Giants goal was scored by Forkey Doe. [68] [69]

Taking on Terengganu at the fourth matchday of the Malaysia Cup campaign, Selangor was able to get a narrow 3–2 victory, with goals from Forkey Doe, Syahmi Safari and Rufino Segovia. [70] [71] With this victory, the Red Giants booked their spot in the quarter final two matchdays before the group stage finished.

August

On 2 August, Selangor suffered their first Malaysia Cup loss of the season with a 2–1 loss at home against Sarawak. A goal from Ugo Ukah was not enough to secure the victory. [72] [73]

Back to the Super League, Selangor took on Johor Darul Ta'zim at home. Despite an early goal by Natxo Insa in the first half, Amri Yahyah and Andik Vermansyah scored in the second half to give Selangor a 2–1 victory. [74] [75] Despite being defeated by the Red Giants, JDT was crowned Super League champion that night, after their closest rival, Kedah, lost to Pahang 2–1. [76] After this, the league took a month-long break to give way for the Malaysian national squad and the under-22 international friendly matches, and the 2017 SEA Games football matches.

September

On 9 September 2017, in the last match of the group stage against Johor Darul Ta'zim, Selangor lost 3–1 despite a goal from Rufino Segovia, which resulted in the team finishing second in the group stage of the Malaysia Cup. [77] [78] [79] The next day, in the draw for the quarter-finals of the Malaysia Cup, Selangor faced Kedah once again. [80]

Selangor lost 2–3 to Kedah in the first leg of the 2017 Malaysia Cup quarter-final on 15 September. Rufino Segovia scored the Red Giants' two goals. [81] [82] [83]

On 20 September, Selangor lost their third game in row after being defeated at home by fierce rival PKNS with a scoreline of 1–2. Shahrul Azhar Ture, Patrick Wleh (PKNS) and Rufino Segovia provided the goals. [84] [85]

On 24 September, Selangor lost 1–0 in the quarter-finals of the Malaysia Cup against Kedah in the second leg, which meant the Red Giants bade farewell to the Malaysia Cup after being unable to break down a resilient Kedah backline. [86] [87]

Selangor suffered their fifth loss in a row on 27 September as they were out-played by Melaka United in a 2–1 away defeat, despite Rufino's second-half goal, his 8th goal for the team this season. [88] On the league table, that result means Selangor were down to sixth place.

October

In their last match of the season against Penang on 28 October, Selangor were able to get a 3–1 victory after goals from Andik Vermansyah and a brace from Rufino. [89] That win meant the Red Giants finished 6th in the league table.

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Players

First Team Squad

No. NameNationalityPosition(s)SinceSigned from
Goalkeepers
1 Khairul Azhan Flag of Malaysia.svg GK 2016 Flag of Pahang.svg Pahang
21 Norazlan Razali Flag of Malaysia.svg GK 2015 Flag of Johor.svg Johor Darul Ta'zim
22 Zarif Irfan Flag of Malaysia.svg GK 2016 Flag of Selangor.svg Air Asia
Defenders
2 A. Namathevan Flag of Malaysia.svg RB / RWB 2016 Flag of Selangor.svg Youth system
3 K. Kannan Flag of Malaysia.svg LB / LWB / LW / RW 2016 Flag of Selangor.svg Youth system
6 Amirul Ashraf Flag of Malaysia.svg CB / LB 2016 Flag of Selangor.svg Youth system
12 Bunyamin Umar Flag of Malaysia.svg RB / CB / DM 2009 Flag of Selangor.svg UPB-MyTeam
13 Razman Roslan (captain) Flag of Malaysia.svg CB / RB 2016 Flag of Pahang.svg Pahang
15 Raimi Mohd Nor Flag of Malaysia.svg LB [ clarification needed ] / RB 2013 Flag of Kuala Lumpur Malaysia.svg Felda United
17 Rizal Fahmi Flag of Malaysia.svg CB / RB 2014 Flag of Kelantan.svg Kelantan
18 Ugo Ukah Flag of Nigeria.svg CB 2016 Flag of Greece.svg AEL Kalloni
26 Fairuz Abdul Aziz Flag of Malaysia.svg LB / CB / RB 2017 Flag of Selangor.svg AirAsia FC
Midfielders
4 Halim Zainal Flag of Malaysia.svg CM / DM 2017 Flag of Kuala Lumpur Malaysia.svg Kuala Lumpur
5 K. Satish Flag of Malaysia.svg RM / LM / CM 2016 Flag of Selangor.svg PKNS FC
7 Andik Vermansyah Flag of Indonesia.svg LW / RW / F9 2014 Flag of Indonesia.svg Persebaya 1927
8 Saiful Ridzuwan Flag of Malaysia.svg DM / CM 2015 Flag of Malaysia.svg Harimau Muda A
11 Faizzudin Abidin Flag of Malaysia.svg RW / LW / AM 2016 Flag of Selangor.svg Youth system
16 K. Sarkunan Flag of Malaysia.svg DM / CM 2016 Flag of Selangor.svg Youth system
20 Syahmi Safari Flag of Malaysia.svg RW / LW / LM / RM 2016 Flag of Selangor.svg Youth system
23 S. Veenod Flag of Malaysia.svg CM / RM / LM 2012 Flag of Penang (Malaysia).svg USM FC
24 Fitri Shazwan Flag of Malaysia.svg LW / RW / CM / CAM 2006 Flag of Selangor.svg Youth system
28 Juliano Mineiro Flag of East Timor.svg CAM / CM 2017 Flag of Japan.svg Kashiwa Reysol
30 Victoraș Astafei Flag of Romania.svg LW / LM / ST 2017 Flag of Romania.svg FC Botoșani
Forwards
9 Adam Nor Azlin Flag of Malaysia.svg CB / CAM / ST 2016 Flag of Malaysia.svg Harimau Muda A
10 Forkey Doe Flag of Liberia.svg ST 2017 Flag of Kuala Lumpur Malaysia.svg Felda United
14Badrul Amin Flag of Malaysia.svg ST 2016 Flag of Selangor.svg Youth system
19 Afiq Azmi Flag of Malaysia.svg ST 2016 Flag of Negeri Sembilan.svg Negeri Sembilan
27 Nurshamil Abd Ghani Flag of Malaysia.svg ST 2017 Flag of Malacca.svg Melaka United
29 Amri Yahyah Flag of Malaysia.svg CAM / LW / RW / ST 2017 Flag of Malacca.svg Melaka United
30 Rufino Segovia Flag of Spain.svg ST / LW / CAM 2017 Flag of Hong Kong.svg Kitchee SC

† Player left the club during the season.

Transfers

First Transfers

31 October 2016 – 22 January 2017

Transfers in

No.Pos.NameAgeMoving fromTypeTransfer feeDate
2 DF Flag of Malaysia.svg A. Namathevan 20 Flag of Selangor.svg Youth systemPromotedN/A18 December 2016
3 DF Flag of Malaysia.svg K. Kannan 20 Flag of Selangor.svg Youth systemPromotedN/A18 December 2016
4 MF Flag of Malaysia.svg Halim Zainal 28 Flag of Kuala Lumpur Malaysia.svg Kuala Lumpur Contract expiredFree transfer2 January 2017
5 MF Flag of Malaysia.svg K. Satish 22 Flag of Selangor.svg PKNS Contract expiredFree transfer18 December 2016
6 DF Flag of Malaysia.svg Amirul Ashraf 18 Flag of Selangor.svg Youth systemPromotedN/A18 December 2016
10 FW Flag of Liberia.svg Forkey Doe 31 Flag of Kuala Lumpur Malaysia.svg Felda United Contract expiredFree transfer2 January 2017
11 MF Flag of Malaysia.svg Faizzudin Abidin 20 Flag of Selangor.svg Youth systemPromotedN/A18 December 2016
14 FW Flag of Malaysia.svg Badrul Amin19 Flag of Selangor.svg Youth systemPromotedN/A18 December 2016
16 MF Flag of Malaysia.svg K. Sarkunan 20 Flag of Selangor.svg Youth systemPromotedN/A18 December 2016
19 FW Flag of Malaysia.svg Afiq Azmi 27 Flag of Negeri Sembilan.svg Negeri Sembilan Contract expiredFree transfer18 December 2016
20 MF Flag of Malaysia.svg Syahmi Safari 18 Flag of Selangor.svg Youth systemPromotedN/A18 December 2016
26 DF Flag of Malaysia.svg Fairuz Abdul Aziz 31 Flag of Selangor.svg Air Asia FC Free transfer18 December 2016
27 FW Flag of Malaysia.svg Nurshamil Abd Ghani 22 Flag of Malacca.svg Melaka United LoanFree transfer18 January 2017
28 MF Flag of East Timor.svg Juliano Mineiro 30 Flag of Japan.svg Kashiwa Reysol Free transfer22 January 2017
30 MF Flag of Romania.svg Victoraș Astafei 29 Flag of Romania.svg FC Botoșani Contract expiredFree transfer20 January 2017

Transfers out

No.Pos.NameAgeMoving toTypeTransfer feeDate
3 DF Flag of Malaysia.svg Azmi Muslim 30 Flag of Selangor.svg PKNS Contract expiredFree transfer6 December 2016
4 FW Flag of Liberia.svg Patrick Wleh 25 Flag of Selangor.svg PKNS Loan return16 November 2016
5 DF Flag of Malaysia.svg Shahrom Kalam 31 Flag of Perak.svg Perak TransferUndisclosed20 December 2016
10 MF Flag of Malaysia.svg Nazmi Faiz 22 Flag of Johor.svg Johor Darul Ta'zim Contract expiredFree transfer16 November 2016
11 FW Flag of Malaysia.svg Hazwan Bakri 25 Flag of Johor.svg Johor Darul Ta'zim Transfer£181,22312 December 2016
14 FW Flag of Malaysia.svg Hadi Yahya 31 Flag of Perak.svg Perak Contract expiredFree transfer23 December 2016
16 FW Flag of Argentina.svg Mauro Olivi 33 Flag of Argentina.svg Club Atlético Liniers Contract expiredFree transfer18 November 2016
19 DF Flag of Malaysia.svg S. Subramaniam 31 Flag of Kelantan.svg Kelantan Contract expiredFree transfer6 December 2016
21 MF Flag of Malaysia.svg Hafiz Kamal 29 Flag of Perak.svg Perak TransferUndisclosed20 December 2016
25 MF Flag of Malaysia.svg R. Gopinathan 27 Flag of Johor.svg Johor Darul Ta'zim Transfer£181,22327 December 2016

Second Transfers

15 May – 11 June 2017

Transfers In

No.Pos.NameAgeMoving fromTypeTransfer feeDate
29 FW Flag of Malaysia.svg Amri Yahyah 36 Flag of Malacca.svg Melaka United TransferUndisclosed17 May 2017
30 FW Flag of Spain.svg Rufino Segovia 32 Flag of Hong Kong.svg Kitchee SC Contract expiredFree transfer9 June 2017

Transfer Out

No.Pos.NameAgeMoving toTypeTransfer feeDate
30 MF Flag of Romania.svg Victoraș Astafei 29 Flag of Romania.svg Sepsi Sfântu Gheorghe Contract expiredFree transfer19 May 2017
28 MF Flag of East Timor.svg Juliano Mineiro 31Free agentContract expiredFree transfer9 June 2017

Pre-season and friendlies

Selangor FA friendlies

Friendly Match 1

29 December 2016 Selangor Flag of Selangor.svg 0–0 Flag of Kuala Lumpur Malaysia.svg Sime Darby Shah Alam, Selangor
17:00 UTC+08:00 Report Stadium: Training Court Sime Darby
Attendance: 50

Friendly Match 2

6 January 2017 PDRM Flag of the Royal Malaysian Police.svg 1–2 Flag of Selangor.svg Selangor Kuala Lumpur
17:00 UTC+08:00 Bakary Soccerball shade.svg 32' Report Kannan Soccerball shade.svg 4'
Forkey Doe Soccerball shade.svg 41' (pen.)
Stadium: PULAPOL Court
Attendance: 46

Friendly Match 3

11 January 2017 Selangor Flag of Selangor.svg 2–0 Flag of Terengganu.svg Terengganu Selayang, Selangor
17:00 UTC+08:00 Talaat Soccerball shade.svg 72'
Poźniak Soccerball shade.svg 90+2'
Report Stadium: Selayang Stadium
Attendance: 500

Friendly Match 4

12 January 2017 Selangor Flag of Selangor.svg 1–0 Flag of Kuala Lumpur Malaysia.svg MOF Shah Alam, Selangor
17:00 UTC+08:00 Tiago Soccerball shade.svg 65' (pen.) Report Stadium: SUK Court
Attendance: 30

Friendly Match 5

14 January 2017 Selangor Flag of Selangor.svg 0–1 Flag of Kuala Lumpur Malaysia.svg Kuala Lumpur Shah Alam, Selangor
20:45 UTC+08:00 Report Chamorro Soccerball shade.svg 55'Stadium: SUK Court
Attendance: 125

Friendly Match 6

Competitions

Overall

CompetitionStarted roundCurrent
position / round
Final
position / round
First matchLast match
Super League Matchday 1 6th 21 January 201721 October 2017
FA Cup Second Round Second Round 14 February 201714 February 2017
Malaysia Cup Group stage Quarter-finals 4 July 201724 September 2017

Source: Competitions

Overview

CompetitionRecord
PldWDLGFGAGDWin %
Super League 229673228+4040.91
FA Cup 101000+0000.00
Malaysia Cup 83141315−2037.50
Total31128114543+2038.71
Source: Competitions

Malaysia Super League

Table

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPts
4 Kedah [lower-alpha 1] 229854533+1235
5 Perak 229763031134
6 Selangor 229673228+433
7 PKNS 226793338525
8 Melaka United 22661033461324
Source: FAM, FMLLP
Rules for classification: 1) Points; 2) Goal difference; 3) Number of goals scored.
Notes:
  1. Kedah as 2017 Malaysia FA Cup winners not eligible for AFC competition spots as they failed granted AFC club license.

Results summary

OverallHomeAway
PldWDLGFGAGDPtsWDLGFGAGDWDLGFGAGD
229673228 +4336231712 +53441516 −1

Results by round

Round12345678910111213141516171819202122
Ground H H A A H A H H H A A A H H A A H A H H A A
ResultWDLDWWDLWDLDLWWDWLWLLW
Position1358433544545545455566
Source: Super League fixtures and results
A = Away; H = Home; W = Win; D = Draw; L = Loss

Selangor FA Results

Fixtures and Results of the Malaysia Super League 2017 season.
  Win  Draw  Loss

Malaysia Super League

21 January 20171 Selangor Flag of Selangor.svg 2–0 Flag of Penang (Malaysia).svg Penang Selayang, Selangor
21:00 UTC+08:00 Adam Soccerball shade.svg 35'Yellow card.svg 71'
Ukah Yellow card.svg 39'
Forkey Doe Soccerball shade.svg 45'
Halim Yellow card.svg 56'
Raimi Yellow card.svg 77'
Kannan Yellow card.svg 89'
Report Diogo Yellow card.svg 42'
Zulkhairi Yellow card.svg 82'
Stadium: Majlis Perbandaran Selayang Stadium
Attendance: 3,076 [90] [91]
Referee: Fitri Maskon
27 January 20172 Selangor Flag of Selangor.svg 1–1 Flag of Malacca.svg Melaka United Selayang, Selangor
21:00 UTC+08:00 Adam Yellow card.svg 52'
Ukah Yellow card.svg 64'
Saiful Yellow card.svg 68'
Astafei Soccerball shade.svg 81'
Report Khairu Soccerball shade.svg 69'Stadium: Majlis Perbandaran Selayang Stadium
Attendance: 5,777 [92] [93]
Referee: Muhd Nazmi Nasaruddin
4 February 20173 PKNS Flag of Selangor.svg 5–3 Flag of Selangor.svg Selangor Shah Alam, Selangor
16:45 UTC+08:00 Wleh Soccerball shade.svg 20', 43', 58'
Safee Soccerball shade.svg 25'Yellow card.svg 37'
Hadwa Yellow card.svg 38'Soccerball shade.svg 47'
Haikal Yellow card.svg 45+2'
Report Syahmi Soccerball shade.svg 1'
Forkey Doe Soccerball shade.svg 28', 55'
Raimi Yellow card.svg 37'Yellow card.svg 71' Red card.svg
Saiful Yellow card.svg 69'
Stadium: Shah Alam Stadium
Attendance: 6,113 [94] [95]
Referee: Mohd Fairuzi Mat Desa
11 February 20174 Johor Darul Ta'zim Flag of Johor.svg 0–0 Flag of Selangor.svg Selangor Johor Bahru, Johor
21:00 UTC+08:00 Safawi Yellow card.svg 73' Report Razman Yellow card.svg 37'
Astafei Yellow card.svg 50'
Ukah Yellow card.svg 60'
Adam Yellow card.svg 90+2'
Stadium: Tan Sri Dato' Haji Hassan Yunos Stadium
Attendance: 19,822 [96] [97]
Referee: Mohd Zohri Tajuddin
17 February 20175 Selangor Flag of Selangor.svg 3–1 Flag of Kuala Lumpur Malaysia.svg Felda United Selayang, Selangor
21:00 UTC+08:00 Astafei Soccerball shade.svg 29'
Saiful Yellow card.svg 39'
Raimi Soccerball shade.svg 43'
Mineiro Soccerball shade.svg 45+1'
Report Hadin Yellow card.svg 17'
Aizulridzwan Yellow card.svg 45'
Lucas Soccerball shade.svg 84'
Stadium: Majlis Perbandaran Selayang Stadium
Attendance: 1,819 [98] [99]
Referee: Muhd Nazmi Nasaruddin
25 February 20176 Kelantan Flag of Kelantan.svg 0–2 Flag of Selangor.svg Selangor Kota Bharu, Kelantan
21:00 UTC+08:00 Report Mineiro Soccerball shade.svg 4', 63'
Syahmi Yellow card.svg 19'
Adam Yellow card.svg 44'
Stadium: Sultan Muhammad IV Stadium
Attendance: 2,503 [100] [101]
Referee: Zulkifli Ahmad
1 March 20177 Selangor Flag of Selangor.svg 1–1 Flag of Kedah.svg Kedah Selayang, Selangor
21:00 UTC+08:00 Rizal Yellow card.svg 59'
Mineiro Soccerball shade.svg 90+5'
Report Syafiq Yellow card.svg 45+2'
Sandro Soccerball shade.svg 81'
Rizal Yellow card.svg 87'
Akram Yellow card.svg 90+4'
Stadium: Majlis Perbandaran Selayang Stadium
Attendance: 8,315 [102] [103]
Referee: Mohd Zohri Tajuddin
4 March 20178 Selangor Flag of Selangor.svg 0–1 Flag of Perak.svg Perak Selayang, Selangor
21:00 UTC+08:00 Mineiro Yellow card.svg 24'
Ukah Yellow card.svg 45+2'Yellow card.svg 65' Red card.svg
Report Zaquan Soccerball shade.svg 66' (pen.)
Nasir Yellow card.svg 87'
Stadium: Majlis Perbandaran Selayang Stadium
Attendance: 9,000 [104] [105]
Referee: Nagor Amir Noor Mohamed
8 April 20179 Selangor Flag of Selangor.svg 2–1 Flag of Sarawak.svg Sarawak Selayang, Selangor
21:00 UTC+08:00 Astafei Soccerball shade.svg 22'
Halim Yellow card.svg 26'
Forkey Doe Soccerball shade.svg 49'
Report Roskam Soccerball shade.svg 83'
Shamie Yellow card.svg 85'
Stadium: Majlis Perbandaran Selayang Stadium
Attendance: 2,928 [106] [107]
Referee: Samsudin Ibrahim
15 April 201710 Pahang Flag of Pahang.svg 2–2 Flag of Selangor.svg Selangor Kuantan, Pahang
21:00 UTC+08:00 Davies Soccerball shade.svg 11'
Faisal Yellow card.svg 64'Soccerball shade.svg 88'
Report Mineiro Soccerball shade.svg 6'
Forkey Doe Soccerball shade.svg 66' (pen.)
Azhan Yellow card.svg 85'
Razman Yellow card.svg 90+2'
Stadium: Darul Makmur Stadium
Attendance: 12,847 [108] [109]
Referee: Fitri Maskon
26 April 201711 T–Team Flag of Terengganu.svg 1–0 Flag of Selangor.svg Selangor Kuala Terengganu, Terengganu
21:00 UTC+08:00 Fauzi Soccerball shade.svg 89' Report Stadium: Sultan Ismail Nasiruddin Shah Stadium
Attendance: 1,723 [110] [111]
Referee: Fitri Maskon
9 May 201712 Sarawak Flag of Sarawak.svg 1–1 Flag of Selangor.svg Selangor Kuching, Sarawak
20:15 UTC+08:00 Roskam Soccerball shade.svg 34' Report Rizal Soccerball shade.svg 44'Stadium: Sarawak State Stadium
Attendance: 2,185 [112] [113]
Referee: Khairul Azuan Kidam
24 May 201713 Selangor Flag of Selangor.svg 0–2 Flag of Pahang.svg Pahang Selayang, Selangor
21:00 UTC+08:00 Amri Yellow card.svg 50'
Andik Yellow card.svg 54'
Halim Red card.svg 87'
Report Alves Soccerball shade.svg 74', 83'Stadium: Majlis Perbandaran Selayang Stadium
Attendance: 9,756 [114] [115]
Referee: Muhd Nazmi Nasaruddin
1 July 201714 Selangor Flag of Selangor.svg 4–2 Flag of Terengganu.svg T–Team Selayang, Selangor
21:00 UTC+08:00 Syahmi Soccerball shade.svg 53', 85'
Forkey Doe Yellow card.svg 40'Soccerball shade.svg 55'
Rufino Soccerball shade.svg 82'
Ukah Yellow card.svg 88'
Report Sharofetdinov Soccerball shade.svg 72'
N'Djeng Soccerball shade.svg 88' (pen.)
Stadium: Majlis Perbandaran Selayang Stadium
Attendance: 2,285 [116] [117]
Referee: Mohd Amirul Izwan Yaacob
11 July 201715 Perak Flag of Perak.svg 0–1 Flag of Selangor.svg Selangor Ipoh, Perak
21:00 UTC+08:00 Hafiz Yellow card.svg 12'
Thiago Yellow card.svg 88'
Report Saiful Yellow card.svg 15'
Razman Yellow card.svg 45+2'
Andik Red card.svg 57'
Forkey Doe Soccerball shade.svg 62'Yellow card.svg 63'
Namathevan Yellow card.svg 66'
Amri Yellow card.svg 72'
Ukah Yellow card.svg 76'
Raimi Yellow card.svg 79'
Rufino Yellow card.svg 81'
Norazlan Yellow card.svg 90+3'
Stadium: Perak Stadium
Attendance: 7,090 [118] [119]
Referee: Mohd Nafeez Abdul Wahab
15 July 201716 Kedah Flag of Kedah.svg 1–1 Flag of Selangor.svg Selangor Alor Setar, Kedah
21:00 UTC+08:00 Ilsø Soccerball shade.svg 30'
Syazwan Yellow card.svg 86'
Baddrol Yellow card.svg 89'
Report Veenod Soccerball shade.svg 17'
Namathevan Yellow card.svg 61'
Norazlan Yellow card.svg 88'
Stadium: Darulaman Stadium
Attendance: 18,000 [120] [121]
Referee: Fitri Maskon
22 July 201717 Selangor Flag of Selangor.svg 1–0 Flag of Kelantan.svg Kelantan Selayang, Selangor
21:00 UTC+08:00 Amri Soccerball shade.svg 20'
Raimi Yellow card.svg 65'
Rizal Yellow card.svg 89'
Bunyamin Yellow card.svg 90+3'
Report Fadhilah Yellow card.svg 67'
Abou Bakr Yellow card.svg 89'
Stadium: Majlis Perbandaran Selayang Stadium
Attendance: 7,837 [122] [123]
Referee: Khairul Azuan Kidam
26 July 201718 Felda United Flag of Kuala Lumpur Malaysia.svg 3–1 Flag of Selangor.svg Selangor Jengka, Pahang
21:00 UTC+08:00 Thiago Soccerball shade.svg 40'
Ifedayo Soccerball shade.svg 44'
Alif Yellow card.svg 58'
Shukor Soccerball shade.svg 76'
Ferns Yellow card.svg 90+3'
Report Forkey Doe Soccerball shade.svg 45+2'Stadium: Tun Abdul Razak Stadium
Attendance: 2,469 [124] [125]
Referee: Zulkarnain Zakaria
5 August 201719 Selangor Flag of Selangor.svg 2–1 Flag of Johor.svg Johor Darul Ta'zim Selayang, Selangor
21:00 UTC+08:00 Ukah Yellow card.svg 26'
Amri Soccerball shade.svg 59'
Andik Soccerball shade.svg 77'
Report Afiq Yellow card.svg 34'
Insa Soccerball shade.svg 39'
Nazmi Yellow card.svg 82'
Stadium: Majlis Perbandaran Selayang Stadium
Attendance: 11,257 [126] [127]
Referee: Khairul Azuan Kidam
20 September 201720 Selangor Flag of Selangor.svg 1–2 Flag of Selangor.svg PKNS Selayang, Selangor
21:00 UTC+08:00 Rufino Soccerball shade.svg 34'
Amri Yellow card.svg 50'
Report Shahrul Soccerball shade.svg 25'
Wleh Soccerball shade.svg 64'
Nizam Yellow card.svg 87'
Azmizi Yellow card.svg 90+2'
Stadium: Majlis Perbandaran Selayang Stadium
Attendance: 847 [128] [129]
Referee: Mohd Zamzaidi Katimin
27 September 201721 Melaka United Flag of Malacca.svg 2–1 Flag of Selangor.svg Selangor Krubong, Malacca
21:00 UTC+08:00 Mecinović Soccerball shade.svg 6'
Šimić Soccerball shade.svg 42'
Swirad Yellow card.svg 76'
Ezrie Yellow card.svg 82'
Report Bunyamin Yellow card.svg 39'
Rufino Soccerball shade.svg 57'
Syahmi Yellow card.svg 84'
Stadium: Hang Jebat Stadium
Attendance: 2,059 [130] [131]
Referee: Mohd Fairuzi Mat Desa
28 October 201722 Penang Flag of Penang (Malaysia).svg 1–3 Flag of Selangor.svg Selangor Seberang Perai, Penang
21:00 UTC+08:00 Jafri Soccerball shade.svg 48' Report Andik Soccerball shade.svg 25'
Rufino Soccerball shade.svg 50', 62'
Tamil Yellow card.svg 74'
Kannan Yellow card.svg 90+2'
Stadium: Penang State Stadium
Attendance: 728 [132] [133]
Referee: Fitri Maskon

Results overview

  Win  Draw  Loss

TeamHome scoreAway scoreDouble
Flag of Kuala Lumpur Malaysia.svg FELDA United 3–11–34–4
Flag of Johor.svg Johor Darul Ta'zim 2–10–02–1
Flag of Kedah.svg Kedah 1–11–12–2
Flag of Kelantan.svg Kelantan 1–02–03–0
Flag of Malacca.svg Melaka United 1–11–22–3
Flag of Pahang.svg Pahang 0–22–22–4
Flag of Penang (Malaysia).svg Penang 2–03–15–1
Flag of Perak.svg Perak 0–11–01–1
Flag of Selangor.svg PKNS 1–23–54–7
Flag of Sarawak.svg Sarawak 2–11–13–2
Flag of Terengganu.svg T–Team 4–20–14–3

FA Cup

Second Round

14 February 2017 Selangor Flag of Selangor.svg 0–0 (a.e.t.)
(3–4 p)
Flag of Negeri Sembilan.svg Negeri Sembilan Selayang, Selangor
21:00 UTC+08:00 Astafei Yellow card.svg 30' Report Hariri Yellow card.svg 24'
Vidić Yellow card.svg 79'
Nasriq Yellow card.svg 80'
Stadium: Majlis Perbandaran Selayang Stadium
Attendance: 4,704 [134] [135]
Referee: S. Sittharanjanan
Penalties
Mineiro Soccerball shad check.svg
Razman Soccerball shad check.svg
Forkey Doe Soccerball shad check.svg
Halim Soccerball shade cross.svg
Ukah Soccerball shade cross.svg
Hazrul Soccerball shade cross.svg
Lee Soccerball shad check.svg
Vidić Soccerball shad check.svg
Faizal Soccerball shad check.svg
Suzuki Soccerball shad check.svg

Malaysia Cup

Selangor joined the competition in the group stage.

Group stage

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsQualification JDT SGR SWK TRG
1 Flag of Johor.svg Johor Darul Ta'zim 6411164+1213Advance to knockout phase 3–1 4–0 5–0
2 Flag of Selangor.svg Selangor 63121111010 3–2 1–2 1–1
3 Flag of Sarawak.svg Sarawak 612361265 0–2 1–2 0–0
4 Flag of Terengganu.svg Terengganu 604261264 0–0 2–3 3–3
Updated to match(es) played on 9 September 2017. Source: FAM FMLLP
4 July 2017 1 Selangor Flag of Selangor.svg 1–1 Flag of Terengganu.svg Terengganu Selayang, Selangor
21:00 UTC+8 Rufino Soccerball shade.svg 43'
Saiful Yellow card.svg 56'
Report Partiban Yellow card.svg 24'
Lázaro Yellow card.svg 57'
Issey Soccerball shade.svg 64' (pen.)
Stadium: Majlis Perbandaran Selayang Stadium
Attendance: 2,951 [136]
Referee: Khairul Azuan Kidam
8 July 2017 2 Sarawak Flag of Sarawak.svg 1–2 Flag of Selangor.svg Selangor Kuching, Sarawak
20:15 UTC+8 Shreen Soccerball shade.svg 82' Report Forkey Doe Soccerball shade.svg 38'Yellow card.svg 41'
Dzulazlan Soccerball shade.svg 65' (o.g.)
Adam Yellow card.svg 88'
Stadium: Sarawak State Stadium
Attendance: 2,000 [137]
Referee: Fitri Maskon
18 July 2017 3 Selangor Flag of Selangor.svg 3–2 Flag of Johor.svg Johor Darul Ta'zim Selayang, Selangor
21:00 UTC+8 Fairuz Soccerball shade.svg 33'
Amri Soccerball shade.svg 35', 90' (pen.)
Report Nazmi Yellow card.svg 42'
Hazwan Soccerball shade.svg 56'
Darren Soccerball shade.svg 69'
Aidil Yellow card.svg 89'
Marcos António Yellow card.svg 90'
Stadium: Majlis Perbandaran Selayang Stadium
Attendance: 10,219 [138]
Referee: Mohd Zohri Tajuddin
2 August 2017 5 Selangor Flag of Selangor.svg 1–2 Flag of Sarawak.svg Sarawak Selayang, Selangor
21:00 UTC+8 Fitri Yellow card.svg 22'
Ukah Soccerball shade.svg 39'
Report Roskam Soccerball shade.svg 52'
Mazwandi Yellow card.svg 53'
Raičković Soccerball shade.svg 65'
Stadium: Majlis Perbandaran Selayang Stadium
Attendance: 1,721 [140]
Referee: Mohd Amirul Izwan Yaacob
9 September 2017 6 Johor Darul Ta'zim Flag of Johor.svg 3–1 Flag of Selangor.svg Selangor Johor Bahru, Johor
21:00 UTC+8 Ghaddar Soccerball shade.svg 17', 75'
Hasbullah Yellow card.svg 24'
Gary Soccerball shade.svg 30'Yellow card.svg 60'
Report Rufino Soccerball shade.svg 28'
Razman Yellow card.svg 31'
Amri Yellow card.svg 59'
Ukah Yellow card.svg 63'
Stadium: Larkin Stadium
Attendance: 15,930 [141]
Referee: Mohd Zohri Tajuddin

'


Knockout phase

Quarterfinals

15 September 2017 First leg Selangor Flag of Selangor.svg 2–3 Flag of Kedah.svg Kedah Selayang, Selangor
21:00 UTC+8 Razman Yellow card.svg 13'
Rufino Soccerball shade.svg 53', 71'
Amri Yellow card.svg 74'
Ukah Yellow card.svg 78'
Report Ilsø Soccerball shade.svg 7', 15'Yellow card.svg 73'
Amirul Yellow card.svg 12'
Syazwan Soccerball shade.svg 68'
Sandro Yellow card.svg 78'
Stadium: Majlis Perbandaran Selayang Stadium
Attendance: 7,282 [142]
Referee: Muhd Nazmi Nasaruddin
24 September 2017 Second leg Kedah Flag of Kedah.svg 1–0 Flag of Selangor.svg Selangor Alor Setar, Kedah
21:00 UTC+8 Rizal Yellow card.svg 2'
Sandro Soccerball shade.svg 30' (pen.)
Helmi Yellow card.svg 45+1'
Liridon Yellow card.svg 90+3'
Report Raimi Yellow card.svg 43'
Rufino Yellow card.svg 56'
Halim Yellow card.svg 77'
Stadium: Darulaman Stadium
Attendance: 23,000 [143]
Referee: Nagor Amir Noor Mohamed

Kedah won 4–2 on aggregate.


Statistics

Squad statistics

As of 28 October 2017 [144]

Appearances (Apps.) numbers are for appearances in competitive games only including sub appearances
Red card numbers denote:Numbers in parentheses represent red cards overturned for wrongful dismissal.

No.Nat.PlayerPos.Super LeagueFA CupMalaysia CupTotal
AppsSoccerball shade.svgYellow card.svgRed card.svgAppsSoccerball shade.svgYellow card.svgRed card.svgAppsSoccerball shade.svgYellow card.svgRed card.svgAppsSoccerball shade.svgYellow card.svgRed card.svg
1 Flag of Malaysia.svg Khairul Azhan GK14113181
2 Flag of Malaysia.svg A. Namathevan DF826142
3 Flag of Malaysia.svg K. Kannan DF14215202
4 Flag of Malaysia.svg Halim Zainal MF18211412331
5 Flag of Malaysia.svg K. Satish MF314
6 Flag of Malaysia.svg Amirul Ashraf DF11
7 Flag of Indonesia.svg Andik Vermansyah MF8211816211
8 Flag of Malaysia.svg Saiful Ridzuwan MF204181295
9 Flag of Malaysia.svg Adam Nor Azlin FW17141612415
10 Flag of Liberia.svg Forkey Doe FW1882172126103
11 Flag of Malaysia.svg Faizzudin Abidin MF112
12 Flag of Malaysia.svg Bunyamin Umar DF1021112
13 Flag of Malaysia.svg Razman Roslan DF193162265
14 Flag of Malaysia.svg Badrul AminFW
15 Flag of Malaysia.svg Raimi Mohd Nor DF1513116122141
16 Flag of Malaysia.svg K. Sarkunan MF11
17 Flag of Malaysia.svg Rizal Fahmi DF1212131612
18 Flag of Nigeria.svg Ugo Ukah DF1861171226181
19 Flag of Malaysia.svg Afiq Azmi FW44
20 Flag of Malaysia.svg Syahmi Safari MF19321612642
21 Flag of Malaysia.svg Norazlan Razali GK724112
22 Flag of Malaysia.svg Zarif Irfan GK112
23 Flag of Malaysia.svg S. Veenod MF20117281
24 Flag of Malaysia.svg Fitri Shazwan MF1131141
26 Flag of Malaysia.svg Fairuz Abdul Aziz DF43171
27 Flag of Malaysia.svg Nurshamil FW729
28 Flag of East Timor.svg Juliano MineiroMF115111251
29 Flag of Malaysia.svg Amri Yahyah FW8237221545
30 Flag of Romania.svg Victoraș AstafeiMF1131111232
30 Flag of Spain.svg Rufino Segovia FW65165112102
33 Flag of Malaysia.svg M. Tamil Maran DF1111
Own goals0011
Totals324540101313045594

† Player left the club during the season.

Goalscorers

Includes all competitive matches.

As of match played 28 October 2017
RankPos.No.PlayerSuper LeagueFA CupMalaysia CupTotal
1FW10 Flag of Liberia.svg Forkey Doe 80210
MF30 Flag of Spain.svg Rufino Segovia 50510
2MF28 Flag of East Timor.svg Juliano Mineiro5005
3MF20 Flag of Malaysia.svg Syahmi Safari 3014
FW29 Flag of Malaysia.svg Amri Yahyah 2024
4MF30 Flag of Romania.svg Victoraș Astafei3003
5MF7 Flag of Indonesia.svg Andik Vermansyah 2002
6FW9 Flag of Malaysia.svg Adam Nor Azlin 1001
DF15 Flag of Malaysia.svg Raimi Mohd Nor 1001
DF17 Flag of Malaysia.svg Rizal Fahmi 1001
DF18 Flag of Nigeria.svg Ugo Ukah 0011
MF23 Flag of Malaysia.svg S. Veenod 1001
DF26 Flag of Malaysia.svg Fairuz Abdul Aziz 0011
Own Goals0011
TOTALS3201345
Own Goals Conceded
TBDTBDTBDTo be Determined0000
TOTALS0000

    † Player left the club during the season.

    Clean sheets

    Rnk No. PlayerSuper LeagueFA CupMalaysia CupTotal
    11 Flag of Malaysia.svg Khairul Azhan 3104
    221 Flag of Malaysia.svg Norazlan Razali 1001
    22 Flag of Malaysia.svg Zarif Irfan 1001
    TOTALS5106

    Disciplinary record

    As of match played 28 October 2017
    No.Pos.Name Super League FA Cup Malaysia Cup Total
    Yellow card.svgRed card.svgYellow card.svgRed card.svgYellow card.svgRed card.svgYellow card.svgRed card.svg
    18DF Flag of Nigeria.svg Ugo Ukah 61--2-81
    8MF Flag of Malaysia.svg Saiful Ridzuwan 4---1-5-
    9FW Flag of Malaysia.svg Adam Nor Azlin 4---1-5-
    13DF Flag of Malaysia.svg Razman Roslan 3---2-5-
    29FW Flag of Malaysia.svg Amri Yahyah 3---2-5-
    15DF Flag of Malaysia.svg Raimi Mohd Nor 31--1-41
    4MF Flag of Malaysia.svg Halim Zainal 21--1-31
    10FW Flag of Liberia.svg Forkey Doe 2---1-3-
    2DF Flag of Malaysia.svg A. Namathevan 2-----2-
    3DF Flag of Malaysia.svg K. Kannan 2-----2-
    12DF Flag of Malaysia.svg Bunyamin Umar 2-----2-
    17DF Flag of Malaysia.svg Rizal Fahmi 2-----2-
    20MF Flag of Malaysia.svg Syahmi Safari 2-----2-
    21GK Flag of Malaysia.svg Norazlan Razali 2-----2-
    30MF Flag of Romania.svg Victoraș Astafei1-1---2-
    30FW Flag of Spain.svg Rufino Segovia 1---1-2-
    7MF Flag of Indonesia.svg Andik Vermansyah 11----11
    1GK Flag of Malaysia.svg Khairul Azhan 1-----1-
    24MF Flag of Malaysia.svg Fitri Shazwan ----1-1-
    28MF Flag of East Timor.svg Juliano Mineiro1-----1-
    33DF Flag of Malaysia.svg Tamil Maran 1-----1-
    Total45410130594

    † Player left the club during the season.

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