ATM FA

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ATM FA
Persatuan Bola Sepak Angkatan Tentera Malaysia (emblem).jpg
Full name Malaysian Armed Forces Football Association
Nickname(s) The Gladiators
Founded 1920
Ground MPS Stadium
Ground Capacity 18,000
Chairman Zulkifeli Mohd. Zin
Coach B. Sathianathan
League Malaysia Super League
2014 Malaysia Super League
10th
Website Club home page

The Malaysian Armed Forces FA or simply known as ATM Football Association (ATM stand for Angkatan Tentera Malaysia) enters a team in Malaysian football competitions to represent the Malaysian Armed Forces. The team's home stadium is the Selayang Stadium in Selayang, Selangor. The team currently plays in the top division of Malaysian football, the Malaysia Super League after they won the 2012 Malaysia Premier League.

Honours[edit]

League[edit]

Cups[edit]

    • Runners-up (3): 1949, 1966, 2012
    • Runners-up (1): 2006

Players[edit]

Current squad[edit]

No. Name Nationality Position
Goalkeepers
1 Syed Adney Malaysia GK
22 Razi Effendi Suhit Malaysia GK
25 Mohamad Hafizuddin Azuhar Malaysia GK
Defenders
2 K. Reuben Malaysia RB,DM
3 Norfazly Alias Malaysia LB,CB
4 Obinna Nwaneri Nigeria CB
24 Amirizwan Taj Tajuddin Malaysia CB
4 Raja Mohd Ridzuwan Effendy Raja Kamaruddin Malaysia CB
26 Badrul Hisham Mohd Sufian Malaysia CB
12 Mohd Riduwan Maon Malaysia RB,LB
Azmeer Yusof Malaysia LB,CB
Muhammad Safwan Hasyim Malaysia RB,,CB
Muhammad Azreen Zulkafli Malaysia RB
Midfielders
8 Mohd Affize Faisal Mamat Malaysia CM, DM
17 Venice Elphi Malaysia LM,LW,RM,RW
19 D. Christie Jayaseelan Malaysia RM,RW
21 Mario Karlović Australia CM
23 Mohd Fadzli Saari Malaysia CM, AM,ST
Fazrul Hazli Kadri Malaysia RM,RW
Thinagaran a/l Santhanathaven Malaysia RM,RW
6 Abdul Shukur Jusoh Malaysia CM,AM
Muhd Afiq Amsyar Salamat Malaysia CM,AM
Syazuan Hazani Malaysia LM,LW,RM,RW
Muhammad Ammar Abdul Aziz Malaysia LM,LW
Forwards
11 Jerry Palacios Honduras ST
20 Hairuddin Omar (captain) Malaysia ST, AM
10 Abdulafees Abdulsalam Nigeria ST
9 Norshahrul Idlan Talaha Malaysia ST
Yusaini Hafiz Che Saad Malaysia ST

President's Cup Team[edit]

For the president's cup squads, see ATM FA President's Cup Team.

2014 President's Cup Squad[edit]

Player 2014

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

No. Position Player
1 Malaysia GK Mohd Zulfiqar
2 Malaysia DF Vesalan Naidu a/l Radhakrishnan
3 Malaysia DF Mohd Faeizudin
4 Malaysia DF Khairul Azri
5 Malaysia DF Faiz Mohd Bandong
6 Malaysia DF Mohd Helmi Mohd Rafi
7 Malaysia MF Daniel Ong Ern Min
8 Malaysia DF Muhammad Safwan Hasyim
9 Malaysia FW Muhammad Haikal Zol
10 Malaysia FW Mohd Rafizol Roslan
11 Malaysia MF Syazuan Hazani
12 Malaysia MF Nur Rizzmie Norman
13 Malaysia FW Ibrahim Suhaib Mohamad
14 DF -
No. Position Player
15 Malaysia MF Khishan Raj a/l Mohana Raj
16 Malaysia MF Amirul Hakeem Abdul Rahman
17 Malaysia MF Indra Iddzad
18 Malaysia DF L. Tharmaraj
19 Malaysia FW Thiban Raj a/l Selvaraju
20 Malaysia DF Tharvin Naidu a/l R. Selvasingam
21 Malaysia FW -
22 Malaysia GK Muhd Faiz Abdul Khalid
23 Malaysia FW Pavithran a/l Pandian
24 Malaysia FW Mohd Rusyaidi Roslan
25 Malaysia DF Luveen Visnu a/l Anandhan
26 Malaysia DF Arvind a/l Juresinggam
27 Malaysia DF Afiq Ahmad Razali
29 Malaysia FW Muhammad Rafiq Ziqrie Abdul Rahman

Transfers 2015[edit]

In[edit]

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

No. Position Player
Malaysia GK Razi Effendi Suhit (from Perak FA)
Nigeria DF Obinna Nwaneri (from Kelantan FA)
Malaysia DF Azmeer Yusof (from Perak FA)
Malaysia DF Muhammad Azreen Zulkafli (from DRB-Hicom F.C.)
Australia MF Mario Karlović (from Terengganu FA)
Malaysia MF Mohd Fadzli Saari (from Sime Darby F.C.)
No. Position Player
Malaysia MF Fazrul Hazli Kadri (from Sime Darby F.C.)
Malaysia MF Abdul Shukur Jusoh (from Selangor FA)
Malaysia MF Muhd Afiq Amsyar Salamat (from UiTM F.C.)
Honduras FW Jerry Palacios (from L.D. Alajuelense)
Nigeria FW Abdulafees Abdulsalam (from Perak FA)
Malaysia FW Norshahrul Idlan Talaha (from Johor Darul Ta'zim F.C.)

Out[edit]

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

No. Position Player
Malaysia GK Mohd Iqbal Suhaimi (to Sarawak FA)
South Korea DF Park Yong-Ho (to Released)
Malaysia DF Irwan Fadzli Idrus (to Negeri Sembilan FA)
Malaysia MF Mohd Azrul Ahmad (to Penang FA)
Malaysia MF Ahmad Fauzi Saari (to Negeri Sembilan FA)
Malaysia MF Rezal Zambery Yahya (to Negeri Sembilan FA)
No. Position Player
Malaysia MF Mohd Akmal Mohd Noor (to Negeri Sembilan FA)
Argentina MF Bruno Martelotto (to Negeri Sembilan FA)
Argentina FW Juan Arostegui (to Released)
Haiti FW Fabrice Noël (to Released)
Malaysia FW Rudie Ramli (to Negeri Sembilan FA)

For recent transfers, see List of Malaysian football transfers 2015

Club officials[edit]

Position Name
Manager Malaysia B. Sathianathan
Assistant Manager Malaysia Lt Col Alias bin Jaafar
Head Team Coach Malaysia B. Sathianathan
Assistant Coach Malaysia Shahrin Abdul Majid@Sayuti
Coach Malaysia Azhar Abdullah
Coach Malaysia Mohd Syahzreen Mohd Nawi
President's Cup Head Coach Malaysia Aminuddin Hussin
President's Cup Coach Malaysia Jalil Man
Fitness Coach Malaysia Rueben Jude Balraj
Assistant Fitness Coach Malaysia S. Ragu
Goalkeeping coach Malaysia Abdul Hamid Ramli
Assistant Goalkeeping coach Malaysia Nor Harizan Abdullah
Physiotherapist Malaysia Zainuddin Mohd Zin
Physiotherapist Malaysia Mohd Yusri Yaziz
Massuer Malaysia Gobinathan a/l Arumugam
Kit manager Malaysia Che Hairudin Abdullah

Source:[1]

Managers[edit]

Year Manager
1999 Malaysia Major Shafiq Zulhilmi Kee Abdullah
2000–01 Malaysia Major Muhd Abdul Rani
2007–08 Malaysia Brigadier Jeneral Dato' Pahlawan Abdul Nasser Ahmad
2008–09 Malaysia Major Zainuddin Abdul Ghani
2009 Malaysia Lieutenant Colonel Hajji Mat Sidik Abas
2010–2011 Malaysia Mohd Razali Alias
2012 Malaysia B. Sathianathan

Coaches[edit]

Year Coach
1999 Malaysia Ali Khan Abdullah
2000–01 Malaysia Abdul Wahet Uji
2002–04 Malaysia Jacob Joseph
2005 Malaysia Hassan Sazali Waras
2006–07 Malaysia Abdul Wahet Uji
2008 Malaysia Ali Khan Abdullah
2008 Malaysia Andrew Lawadin
2009 Malaysia Mohd Razali Alias
2010 Malaysia Zulhamizan Zakaria
2011 Malaysia Mohd Zahid Hashim
2012–present Malaysia B. Sathianathan

Affiliated Clubs within the Association[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Staf ATM FA". atmfc.my. Retrieved 20 August 2014. 

External links[edit]