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 By Nicolas Anil

Amri Yahyah to make difference for Melaka United says CB Khair Jones

FC's Jason Dasey and PJ Roberts discuss Faiz Subri's homecoming after his amazing free kick earned him FIFA's Puskas award.
Jason Dasey and Singapore international Fazrul Nawaz dive into Ken Ilso's move to Kedah and his potential in Malaysia.
Khair Jones, Malaysia DF vs. Timor Leste 2016
Khair Jones, right, scored in his Malaysia debut against Timor-Leste in June.

Melaka United defender Khair Jones believes the arrival of veteran forward Amri Yahyah is an important step for the Malaysia Premier League champions, as they aim to settle into life in the top flight.

In 2016, the Mousedeers completed a return to the Malaysia Super League after a decade, and swiftly moved to infuse their cast with firepower which included Amri, signed from Johor Darul Ta'zim.

"Among all the players, Amri is the biggest name here. Even though he's at the tail end of his career,...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Thailand, Singapore and Malaysia unmoved in latest FIFA rankings

ESPN FC's Jason Dasey and Fazrul Nawaz assess Singapore's chances of qualifying for the AFC Asian Cup in UAE in 2019.

Thailand moved within four spots of being the highest-ranked nation in Southeast Asia, as almost all countries including Malaysia and Singapore remain unmoved in the latest FIFA rankings.

Kiatisuk Senamuang's 2016 AFF Suzuki Cup-winning side remained in 126th place, four rungs behind the tournament co-hosts Philippines, who failed to make the tournament's semifinals.

Malaysia and Singapore, who also crashed out in the group stages, remained in 161st and 165th, respectively.

Vietnam fell two spots...

 By Gabriel Tan

Dollah Salleh aims to bring back Malaysia glory days for Pahang

FC's Jason Dasey and PJ Roberts discuss Faiz Subri's homecoming after his amazing free kick earned him FIFA's Puskas award.

Dollah Salleh is fully aware of the pressure on him to lead Pahang back to Malaysian football's lofty heights as he embarks on his second spell at the Darul Makmur Stadium.

The returning Dollah previously had a successful stint with the Tok Gajah, guiding them to victory in the Malaysia Cup in 2013 just a season after they won promotion to the Super League.

Midway through 2014, his good work was recognised when he was put in charge of the Malaysia national team.

But after leading them to the final...

 By Nicolas Anil

Faiz Subri's win could be game changer for Malaysian football - Ong

ESPN FC's Jason Dasey and PJ Roberts preview the upcoming MSL season, and highlight Puskas award finalist Faiz Subri
Faiz Subri gives FIFA Puskas speech
Faiz Subri became the first Asian to win the FIFA Puskas award for best goal of the year.

Faiz Subri's history-making FIFA Puskas triumph for best goal of the year at the 2016 FIFA Football Awards in Zurich earned glowing plaudits in Malaysia, including national coach Datuk Ong Kim Swee.

The Penang forward became the first Asian to scoop the coveted gong after earning a landslide victory on Monday night. Almost 60 percent of football fans worldwide voted for him ahead of Corinthians' Marlone and Venezuela's female player Daniuska Rodriguez.

Ong believes Faiz's goal -- a vicious swerving...

 By Nicolas Anil

Faiz Subri of Malaysia wins FIFA Puskas award, meets Sir Alex

Jason Dasey and Stanely Bernard discuss Faiz Subri's chances to win the FIFA goal of the year.
Faiz Subri gives FIFA Puskas speech
Faiz Subri became the first Asian to win the FIFA Puskas award for best goal of the year.

Faiz Subri catapulted Malaysia to one of its biggest sporting achievements when he clinched the FIFA Puskas award for goal of the year at the 2016 FIFA Football Awards in Zurich on Monday night.

He became the first Asian player to claim the prestigious prize, and would rub shoulders with his heroes Cristiano Ronaldo and Sir Alex Ferguson.

The Penang forward's astonishing, physics-defying free kick in a Malaysia Super League game last February topped the global votes with 59.46 percent, ahead of...