Kedah Malays FA

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Kedah Malays FC
Persatuan Bolasepak Melayu Kedah Darul Aman.png
Full name Kedah Malays Football Club
Nickname(s) The Kris, Keris
Founded 2012
Ground Jitra Mini Stadium, Jitra
Kedah, Malaysia
Ground Capacity 300
Owner Kedah Malays Football Association
Chairman Badrol Hisham Hashim
Manager Muhamad Shakri Mat
Coach Husin Jaafar
League Malaysia FAM League

Kedah Malays FC is a Malaysian football team based in the city of Alor Setar representing the state of Kedah, Malaysia. Newly founded in 2012, the team was registered under the name of the Kedah Malays Football Association (KMFA) (Malay: 'Persatuan Bolasepak Melayu Kedah Darul Aman') is a team to play in the third-tier football league system in Malaysia, the Malaysia FAM League.[1] PB Melayu Kedah will play its home games in the Jitra Mini Stadium which is also situated in Jitra, a town located about 25 kilometres from the city of Alor Setar.

History[edit]

Kedah Malays FC was formed following a meeting at the office of KMFA in Darul Aman Stadium on 1 February 2012 by a group of committee members headed by the KMFA's deputy president, Muhamad Shakri Mat who is now become a team manager. A paper on the establishment of the football team was presented by Syamsul Ghozi Dato Haji Ahmad, the CEO of Pan Empresa Sdn Bhd (PESB). As a result of the presentation, all committee members are satisfied and have agreed that a team will represent under the name KMFA to join the FAM League in 2013 season with all the administration team is placed under the responsibility of the company. The selection process for forming a team had been started on 8 September 2012 under the responsibility of the head coach, Mohamad Ramlee and monitored by a team selection panel that included the committee members of the KMFA has been charged to work out the intricacies of assembling a team of quality players to make its debut.

However, until the end of January 2013, PESB has failed in its responsibility to manage this team; especially in terms of financial allocations and it caused KMFA to intervene to save the reputation of the team. And with effect from 1 February 2013, the management of Kedah United has fully returned to KMFA by the contracts and agreements with PESB is automatically cancelled as a result of such failure. Kedah United name also died and the name of 'PB Melayu Kedah' reused to meet the 2013 Malaysia FAM League. String of the problem has led Mohamad Ramlee leaving the team to become an assistant coach for Kedah President Cup team. Previous assistant coach, Roshidi Shaari lifted as a head coach and Husin Jaafar was brought in as the new assistant coach.

The team[edit]

Apart from the main mission to join the 2013 FAM League, the team also developed to deal with the 72nd edition of Kings' Gold Cup (Malay: Piala Emas Raja-Raja) tournament as a yardstick to the team's ability. Finally, the team has successfully stepped into the final match but lost 2–0 to Perak on 22 December 2012 which took place at the Perak Stadium, Ipoh, Perak. And it shows that the team will participate in FAM League 2013 is a quality team and are able to provide competition to the other teams.

Colour and crest[edit]

The ideas of the current PB Melayu Kedah colours and crest also came from the "Father of Football" of Kedah, Ahmad Basri Akil when he was the president of KMFA.

The team and association colours are red, green and yellow. Red, green and yellow are also the colours that are on the Kedah Darul Aman's flag and coat of arms. Red taken in conjunction with the background colour and the main colour of the Kedah's flag also symbolise courage and determination in the fight. Meanwhile green and yellow are the official color of the sport for the state of Kedah, which also depict images that are fresh, healthy and honest in all sports participation, especially football.

The crest was designed on an oval shape with elements such as paddy and kris. A yellow paddy describe the image of the state as the 'Rice Bowl of Malaysia'. Sheathed kris as a weapon which symbolises the tradition and the application of the Malays since antiquity; well reflect strong fighting spirit and strong in the face of challenges. The figure of '1948' is the year the association was established.

Players[edit]

Current squad[edit]

Until 10 January 2014.

No. Name Nationality Position D.O.B
Goalkeeper
1 Muhamad Aizuddin Masshar Malaysian GK 3 July 1992
22 Izzul Munir Sabarudin Malaysian GK
24 Mohd Ajwad Ahmad Zulkifli Malaysian GK 4 May 1993
25 Ahmad Norman Hat Malaysian GK 3 November 1992
Defenders
2 Syed Amir Shaffiq Syed Zainal Abidin Malaysian RB 12 August 1984
3 Mohammad Zulkefli Zakaria Malaysian LB 22 February 1988
4 Ahmad Basri Abdul Wahid Malaysian CB 29 June 1989
6 Mohd Rozaidi Abdul Rahim (captain) Malaysian CB 10 April 1988
8 Mohd Iqkwan Akid Zainon Malaysian RB
16 Mohd Shukri Fadzil Malaysian CB
Midfielders
5 Wan Mohd Ikhsan Wan Kamil Osman Malaysian LM,LW
7 Mohd Kamal Azira Abdul Manah Malaysian RM,RW 2 January 1983
10 Ahmad Izansyamil Izham Malaysian CM,AM 22 October 1994
11 Muhammad Nizam Mansor Malaysian DM,CM
12 Mohd Isma Farhan Azmi Malaysian LM,LW 11 November 1989
15 Mohd Azahari Azizan Malaysian RW,RM 15 September 1993
17 Muhammad Khidhir Ahmad Muzafar Malaysian CM,AM
21 Luqman Mohd Saad Malaysian DM,CM 12 May 1993
23 Mohd Zubir Mohd Saupi Malaysian AM,CM
30 Mohd Hisyam Shofi Malaysian DM,CM
Strikers
13 Mohammad Rizuan Abdul Rahim Malaysian ST 26 February 1995
14 Mohd Noor Aizat Zulkifli Malaysian ST
18 Syed Azlan Syed Aznuardi Malaysian ST 18 August 1989
19 Anis Muzaffar Abdullah Malaysian ST 24 March 1996
20 Anis Muzakkir Abdullah Malaysian ST
28 Azrizan Ahmad Malaysian ST 21 June 1991

Source:[2]


Transfer[edit]

For recent transfers, see List of Malaysian football transfers 2014




Out on loan[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 FW Muhamad Hakimi Husin (at Harimau Muda C until 30 November 2014)

Club officials[edit]

Senior officials

Position Name
President Malaysia Badrol Hisham Hashim
Deputy President I Malaysia Dato' Paduka Hassin Mat Zin
Honorary Secretary Malaysia Syed Ahmad Syukri Syed Abdullah

Team officials

Position Name
Manager Malaysia Muhamad Shakri Mat
AssistantManager Malaysia Mashitoh binti Abu Seman
Head Coach Malaysia Husin Jaafar
Assistant Coach I Malaysia Mohd Yusuf Yaakub
Assistant Coach II Malaysia Zulkipli Mahmud
Goalkeeping Coach Malaysia Isshamwil Azmi
Fitness Coach Malaysia Nik Mohd Nor Azam Nik Aziz
Physioterapist Malaysia Mohd Mukhriz Mahmood

References[edit]

  1. ^ "New team from kedah for fam competition". sports247. Retrieved 3 January 2013. 
  2. ^ "PB Melayu Kedah 2014 Players". PB Melayu Kedah. Retrieved March 13, 2014. 

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