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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...

Robert Alberts returns to coaching with PSM Makassar in Indonesia

Roberts Alberts PSM Makassar coach
Robert Alberts, left, takes over at Indonesia's PSM Makassar with immediate effect.

Singapore S.League and Malaysia Super League winning coach Robert Alberts has rejoined Indonesia Super League (ISL) club PSM Makassar after a six-year absence.

The 61-year-old Dutchman arrived at the Sulawesi-based side on Wednesday and will oversee team affairs as the ISL starts up again after last month's lifting of Indonesia's FIFA ban.

Alberts returns to coaching after leaving Sarawak FA last July following four years with the East Malaysian club. In January, he was one of three finalists for...

AFC applauds lifting of Indonesia's FIFA ban, warns against repeat

With their ban lifted, Indonesia can now start preparing for November's AFF Suzuki Cup.

The Asian Football Confederation has applauded the ending of Indonesia's suspension from FIFA, but warned it would continue to fight any government interference in Southeast Asia's largest country.

The lifting of Indonesia's ban after almost 12 months was announced by FIFA President Gianni Infantino at Friday's FIFA Congress in Mexico City.

"The AFC Executive Committee reiterated this week their continued stand against government intervention in sport generally and soccer in particular," the Asian...

FIFA appoint Fatma Samoura as first female secretary general

During his visit to Seoul, South Korea FIFA president Gianni Infantino shared his new vision for FIFA.
FIFA president Gianni Infantino announces Fatma Samoura's appointment as secretary general

MEXICO CITY -- FIFA's corruption crisis was declared to be over by President Gianni Infantino on Friday as the scandal-battered governing body broke new ground by appointing a Senegalese United Nations official as its first female and first non-European secretary general.

Fatma Samoura has no experience working in sports but Infantino hopes that will help it try to regain the trust and credibility of the world after far-reaching corruption, bribery, and financial misconduct.

The organisation also...

Indonesia hope for end of FIFA ban after lifting sanctions against PSSI

Indonesian football fans
Indonesia could see a return to international football if FIFA lift their global ban this week.

Indonesia government officials hope that the lifting of sanctions on the country's national football association (PSSI) will open up the possibility of FIFA overturning a global ban later this week.

Indonesian teams have been barred from international competition since May 2015 when FIFA suspended Southeast Asia's largest nation for government interference.

But the latest development, which came on Wednesday, opens up the possibility that the Indonesians could earn reinstatement at Friday's 66th...