2018 Malaysia Premier League

Last updated
100Plus Malaysia Premier League
Season 2018
Dates1 February – 27 July 2018
Champions Felda United
(2nd title)
Promoted Felda United
Felcra
Relegated Terengganu II
Matches played110
Goals scored325 (2.95 per match)
Top goalscorerCasagrande
(19 goals)
Biggest home win Sabah 4–0 Terengganu II
(2 February 2018)
Kuantan 4–0 UKM
(23 February 2018)
MIFA 4–0 UiTM
(14 April 2018)
Sarawak 5–2 Terengganu II
(21 July 2018)
Johor Darul Ta'zim II 4–0 UKM
(27 July 2018)
Biggest away win PDRM 2–6 Felda United
(6 February 2018)
Highest scoring8 goals
PDRM 2–6 Felda United
(6 February 2018)
Longest winning run7 matches
Felda United
Longest unbeaten run12 matches
Felcra
Longest winless run8 matches
Johor Darul Ta'zim II
Longest losing run4 matches
UKM
2017
2019
All statistics correct as of 27 July 2018.

The 2018 Malaysia Premier League known as 2018 100Plus Malaysia Premier League for sponsorship reasons, [1] was the 15th season of the Malaysia Premier League, the second-tier professional football league in Malaysia since its establishment in 2004.

Contents

Team changes

A total of 12 teams contested the league, including 6 sides from the 2017 season, four relegated from the 2017 Malaysia Super League and four promoted from the 2017 Malaysia FAM League.

To Premier League

Promoted from FAM League [2]

Relegated from Super League [3] [4]

From Premier League

Promoted to Super League [5]

Relegated to FAM League [6]

Notes:

^1 Originally Sime Darby were promoted along with UKM as finalists of the 2017 Malaysia FAM League final, but after Sime Darby announced their withdrawal from the Premier League participation, Felcra, the next highest team in the FAM League table, were invited as replacement. [7]
^2 FELDA United were relegated to Premier League after failing to receive the FAM License to compete in the Super League; while T-Team were relegated to Premier League after their absorption to Terengganu, rebranding as Terengganu II and change of their status as reserve team to Terengganu. Negeri Sembilan and PKNP, 2 highest teams in the Premier League with FAM License, were promoted to Super League in their place. [8]

Disbandment of Kuantan FA

After failing to settle bad debt with former players for last season campaign, [9] 4 months failing to pay current team wages. [10] and unable to turn up for a league fixture against PDRM, [11] FMLLP decided to disqualify Kuantan from the rest of the campaign. [12] Because of their disqualification, all points that were won by other teams against Kuantan will not count and the league was left with 11 teams out of initial 12 with teams that were due to play Kuantan were given a bye week. It is the first time this has ever occurred in the professional level of Malaysian football where a team is disallowed to compete after breaking the rules and regulations with the season on-going.

Kuantan stated that Marcerra (the team that bought their license) wanted to take over the bad debts amounted to RM 3.5 million and clear all the overdue payment from last season. [13] But it seemed fruitless as after 4 months into the league campaign, the problem was still unsettled as the current squad players decided to leave the team [14] and opted to join teams in the FAM league. Kuantan were awarded RM 500,000 annual grant but minus RM 200,000 for fined after failing to complete their registration papers. [15]

Stadium and locations

Malaysia location map.svg
Red pog.svg
UKM
Locations of teams in the 2018 Malaysia Premier League teams
Note: Table lists in alphabetical order.
TeamLocationStadiumCapacity
Felcra Shah Alam Shah Alam Stadium 80,372
Felda United Jengka Tun Abdul Razak Stadium 25,000 [16]
Johor Darul Ta'zim II Pasir Gudang Pasir Gudang Corporation Stadium 15,000 [17]
MIFA Petaling Jaya Petaling Jaya Stadium 25,000 [18]
PDRM Shah Alam Shah Alam Stadium 80,372
Penang Batu Kawan Penang State Stadium 40,000 [19]
Sabah Kota Kinabalu Likas Stadium 35,000 [20]
Sarawak Kuching Sarawak State Stadium 26,000 [21]
Terengganu II Kuala Terengganu Sultan Ismail Nasiruddin Shah Stadium 15,000
UiTM Shah Alam UiTM Stadium 10,000 [22]
UKM Selayang Selayang Stadium 11,098

Personnel and sponsoring

Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

TeamHead coachCaptainKit manufacturerShirt sponsor(s)
Felcra Flag of Brazil.svg Tarcísio Pugliese [23] Flag of Malaysia.svg Shahrom Kalam Uhlsport FELCRA, HeMAT
Felda United Flag of Malaysia.svg B. Sathianathan [24] Flag of Malaysia.svg Shukor Adan FBT FELDA, Hotel Tenera
Johor Darul Ta'zim II Flag of Mexico.svg Benjamin Mora [25] Flag of Malaysia.svg Shakir Shaari Nike Forest City
MIFA Flag of Malaysia.svg K. Devan [26] Flag of Liberia.svg Kpah Sherman Puma MIFA, MAHSA University
PDRM Flag of Malaysia.svg Zulhamizan Zakaria [27] Flag of Malaysia.svg Fauzi MajidLine 7ODR Lubricants
Penang Flag of Malaysia.svg Zainal Abidin [28] Flag of Malaysia.svg Azrul Ahmad Puma
Sabah Flag of Malaysia.svg Jelius Ating [29] Flag of Malaysia.svg Rawilson Batuil CarinoSawit Kinabalu, Sabah Energy Corp, Asian Supply Base
Sarawak Flag of Australia (converted).svg Ian Gillan [30] Flag of Malaysia.svg Hairol Mokhtar Starsport
Terengganu II Flag of Malaysia.svg Mustaffa Kamal [31] Flag of Malaysia.svg Hasbullah Awang [32] Kobert Chicken Cottage
UiTM Flag of Malaysia.svg Wan Mustaffa Wan Ismail [33] Flag of Malaysia.svg Afif Asyraf Puma Soaring Upwards, UiTM Holdings
UKM Flag of Malaysia.svg Sulaiman Husin [34] Flag of Malaysia.svg Asnan AhmadSkyHawkKopi Pak Belalang, Fusionex

Coaching changes

Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

TeamOutgoing coachManner of departureDate of vacancyPosition in tableIncoming coachDate of
appointment
Terengganu II Flag of Indonesia.svg Rahmad Darmawan Resigned23 November 2017Pre-season Flag of Malaysia.svg Mustaffa Kamal27 November 2017
PDRM Flag of Malaysia.svg Fauzi PilusEnd of contract31 October 2017 Flag of Malaysia.svg Zulhamizan Zakaria28 November 2017
Sarawak Flag of Malaysia.svg Pengiran BalaEnd of caretaker role1 December 2017 Flag of Australia (converted).svg Ian Gillan 2 December 2017
MIFA Flag of Malaysia.svg Jacob Joseph End of contract31 October 2017 Flag of Malaysia.svg K. Devan 3 December 2017
Felcra Flag of Malaysia.svg Rosle Md. DerusReassigned as assistant coach22 December 2017 Flag of Brazil.svg Tarcísio Pugliese22 December 2017
Kuantan Flag of Malaysia.svg Zulhamizan ZakariaResigned28 November 2017 Flag of Malaysia.svg Ismail Zakaria1 December 2017
PDRM Flag of Malaysia.svg Zulhamizan ZakariaEnd of contract31 July 20185th Flag of Malaysia.svg Fauzi Pilus1 August 2018
Johor Darul Ta'zim II Flag of Mexico.svg Benjamin Mora Promoted to JDT I10 August 20184th Flag of Croatia.svg Ervin Boban 11 August 2018

Foreign players

The number of foreign players is restricted to four each team including at least one player from the AFC country.

Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

ClubPlayer 1Player 2Player 3AFC playerFormer player 3
Felcra Flag of Brazil.svg Léo Carioca Flag of Brazil.svg Endrick Flag of Brazil.svg Casagrande Flag of Indonesia.svg David Laly [35]
Felda United Flag of Brazil.svg Thiago Junio [36] Flag of Brazil.svg Gilberto Fortunato [36] Flag of Brazil.svg Thiago Fernandes [37] Flag of the Philippines.svg Iain Ramsay [37]
Johor Darul Ta'zim II Flag of Brazil.svg Bruno Soares [38] [39] Flag of Argentina.svg Nicolás Fernández Flag of France.svg Harry Novillo Flag of Singapore.svg Hafiz Sujad [40]
Flag of Brazil.svg Murilo Damasceno
Flag of Argentina.svg Lucas Ontivero
MIFA Flag of Brazil.svg Elizeu Flag of Liberia.svg Kpah Sherman [41] Flag of France.svg L'Imam Seydi Flag of South Korea.svg Bae Beom-geun
PDRM Flag of Montenegro.svg Argzim Redžović [42] Flag of South Korea.svg Shim Un-seob [43] Flag of Romania.svg Petrisor Voinea [44] Flag of Japan.svg Shunsuke Nakatake [45]
Penang Flag of Nigeria.svg Ugo Ukah [46] Flag of The Gambia.svg Sanna Nyassi [47] Flag of Nigeria.svg Chidi Edeh Flag of South Korea.svg Kang Seung-jo [48] Flag of Denmark.svg Ken Ilsø [49] [50]
Sabah Flag of Zambia.svg Francis Kasonde [51] Flag of Serbia.svg Rodoljub Paunović Flag of Puerto Rico.svg Pito Ramos [52] Flag of Japan.svg Keisuke Ogawa Flag of South Korea.svg Heo Jae-nyeong [51]
Flag of South Korea.svg Lee Kil-Hoon [51]
Sarawak Flag of Serbia.svg Nebojsa Marinkovic Flag of Croatia.svg Mateo Roskam Flag of Montenegro.svg Miloš Raičković Flag of South Korea.svg Kim Chi-gon
Terengganu II Flag of Haiti.svg Andrew Jean-Baptiste [53] Flag of Haiti.svg Sébastien Thurière [54] Flag of Nigeria.svg Akanni-Sunday Wasiu [55] Flag of Japan.svg Bruno Suzuki Flag of South Korea.svg Lee Jun-hyeob [56]
UiTM Flag of The Gambia.svg Mamadou Danso Flag of Kyrgyzstan.svg Venyamin Shumeyko Flag of Nigeria.svg Okereke Timothy Flag of South Korea.svg Noh Sang-min Flag of Japan.svg Kota Kawase
Flag of Argentina.svg Lucas Pugh [57]
Flag of Cote d'Ivoire.svg Dechi Marcel
Flag of Cote d'Ivoire.svg Dao Bakary
UKM Flag of Nigeria.svg Waheed Oseni Flag of Morocco.svg Redouane Zerzouri Flag of Nigeria.svg Michael Ijezie Flag of South Korea.svg Nam Se-in [58] Flag of Uganda.svg Atuheire Kipson [59]
  • Players name in bold indicates the player is registered during the mid-season transfer window.
  • ^3 Foreign players who left their clubs or were de-registered from playing squad due to medical issues or other matters.

Naturalisation

Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

TeamPlayer 1Player 2
Felda United Flag of Scotland.svg Flag of Malaysia.svg Stuart Wark 3 Flag of Australia (converted).svg Flag of Malaysia.svg Curran Singh Ferns 3
Johor Darul Ta'zim II Flag of England.svg Flag of Malaysia.svg Samuel Somerville 3 Flag of New Zealand.svg Flag of Malaysia.svg Ernest Wong 3
Sarawak Flag of Australia (converted).svg Flag of Malaysia.svg Shazalee Ramlee 3

Notes:

^3 Carrying Malaysian heritage.
^4 Participated in the Malaysia national team squad.

Results

League table

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsPromotion, qualification or relegation
1 Felda United (C, P)2012714424+2043Promotion to 2019 Malaysia Super League
2 Felcra 209743024+634Withdraw from league for next season
3 MIFA (P)209563626+1032Promotion to 2019 Malaysia Super League
4 Johor Darul Ta'zim II 208662823+530
5 PDRM 208572831329
6 Sabah 207763526+928
7 UKM 2064102632622
8 Sarawak 2064102735822
9 UiTM 20641023361322
10 Penang 2056920301021
11 Terengganu II 20451122341217
Updated to match(es) played on 30 December 2018. Source: FAM, FMLLP
Rules for classification: 1) Points; 2) Goal difference; 3) Number of goals scored.
(C) Champion; (P) Promoted

Result table

Home \ Away FCR FEL JDTII MIF PDRM PEN SAB SWK TRGII UIT UKM
Felcra 1–11–21–11–13–11–02–03–11–02–1
Felda United 1–12–20–32–23–01–03–23–22–00–0
Johor Darul Ta'zim II 1–21–40–11–02–11–12–02–12–24–0
MIFA 1–22–31–12–33–21–12–21–04–03–1
PDRM 1–32–60–02–01–03–21–00–01–22–2
Pulau Pinang 2–11–12–00–23–12–10–10–00–02–1
Sabah 3–01–11–13–22–00–01–14–03–11–3
Sarawak 2–31–30–21–02–11–13–25–20–22–1
Terengganu II 1–10–22–11–21–21–11–21–12–31–0
UiTM 1–11–40–20–21–33–10–33–22–32–0
UKM 2–01–21–03–31–23–13–22–11–20–0
Updated to match(es) played on 27 July 2018. Source: FAM
Legend: Blue = home team win; Yellow = draw; Red = away team win.

Positions by round

LeaderRelegation to 2019 Malaysia FAM League DisqualifiedQualified to 2018 Malaysia Cup
Team ╲ Round1234567891011121314151617181920
Felda United 31111111111111111111
Felcra 57445442222232222222
MIFA 78556657784323445333
Johor Darul Ta'zim II 6691112111112111111888666654
PDRM 81012810976563344333565
Sabah 12222234335555554446
UKM 101271011121211101010999777977
Sarawak 446743234566668881088
UiTM 23333565647777101010799
Penang 1158977888789101199981010
Terengganu II 1211111291099999111110111111111111
Kuantan 99106881010DQDQDQDQDQDQDQDQDQDQDQDQ
Source: [ citation needed ]

Season statistics

Top scorers

As of matches played on 27 July 2018. [60]

Players sorted first by goals scored, then by last name.

RankPlayerClubGoals
1 Flag of Brazil.svg Casagrande Felcra19
2 Flag of Malaysia.svg Bobby Gonzales Sarawak14
Flag of Puerto Rico.svg Hector Ramos Sabah
Flag of Liberia.svg Kpah Sherman MIFA
Flag of Brazil.svg Thiago Fernandes Felda United
6 Flag of Nigeria.svg Akanni-Sunday Wasiu Terengganu II12
7 Flag of Brazil.svg Gilberto Fortunato Felda United10
8 Flag of Croatia.svg Mateo Roskam Sarawak9

Top assists

Players sorted first by assists, then by last name.

RankPlayerClubAssists
1 Flag of Brazil.svg Endrick Felcra 10
Flag of Argentina.svg Nicolás Fernández Johor Darul Ta'zim II
3 Flag of the Philippines.svg Iain Ramsay Felda United 9
4 Flag of South Korea.svg Bae Beom-geun MIFA 8
5 Flag of Malaysia.svg Maxsius Musa Sabah 7

Hat-tricks

PlayerForAgainstResultDate
Flag of Brazil.svg Gilberto Fortunato Felda United PDRM 6–2 (A)6 February 2018
Flag of Brazil.svg Casagrande Felcra Sarawak 3–2 (A)10 February 2018
Flag of Montenegro.svg Žarko Korać Kuantan UKM 4–0 (H)23 February 2018
Flag of Brazil.svg Casagrande Felcra Terengganu II 3–1 (H)21 May 2018

Notes:
(H) – Home ; (A) – Away

Own goals

RankPlayerForAgainstDateGoals
1 Flag of Malaysia.svg Daudsu Jamaluddin Kuantan UiTM 10 February 20181
Flag of Malaysia.svg Fazly Mazlan Johor Darul Ta'zim II Terengganu II 16 April 20181
Flag of Haiti.svg Andrew Jean-Baptiste Terengganu II Sarawak 21 July 20181

Clean sheets

RankPlayerClubClean
sheets
1 Flag of Malaysia.svg Farizal Harun Felda United5
Flag of Malaysia.svg Muhaimin MohamadMIFA
Flag of Malaysia.svg Sheril AnuarPDRM
4 Flag of Malaysia.svg Soffuan TawilUiTM4
5 Flag of Malaysia.svg Suhaimi Husin Terengganu II3
Flag of Malaysia.svg Rozaimie RohimSabah
7 Flag of Malaysia.svg Robson Rendy RiningSabah2
8 Flag of Malaysia.svg Iqbal Suhaimi Sarawak1
Flag of Malaysia.svg Abdul Gafur SamsudinUKM

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