Kuantan FA

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Kuantan FA
Kuantan FA.PNG
Full name Persatuan Bolasepak Daerah Kuantan
(Kuantan Football Association)
Nickname(s) The Seagull
Founded 1998
Ground Darulmakmur Stadium, Kuantan, Pahang, Malaysia
Ground Capacity 40,000
Chairman Datuk Norhayad Ahmad
Manager Wan Solihi Wan Hassan
Coach Aminuddin Hussin
League Malaysia Premier League
2014 Malaysia FAM League, 1st (promoted)

Kuantan FA is a Malaysian professional football club based in the city of Kuantan, Pahang. They play in the Malaysia Premier League, having been promoted as champions of the Malaysia FAM League in 2014. [1]

Achievements[edit]

Year Position League FA Cup Malaysia Cup
2013 5/11 Malaysia FAM League Not participating Not participating
2014 1/12 Malaysia FAM League First Round Not participating

Honours[edit]

Title Winners Runners-up
Division 1/Premier 1/Super League
Division 2/Premier 2/Premier League
Malaysia FAM Cup / League (3x) 1975, 1977, 2014 1974, 1976
Malaysian FA Cup
Malaysia Cup
Malaysian Charity Shield

Kit manufacturers and financial sponsor[edit]

Years Manufacturer Shirt Sponsor
2014 Puma

Germany

Tafcom

Malaysia

2015 Kappa

Italy

Nilaitek

Malaysia

Stadium[edit]

Kuantan FA are currently based at Darulmakmur Stadium in Kuantan, Pahang shared with Pahang FA. The capacity of the stadium is 40,000. The Stadium was built in 1959 and aims to provide a venue for sports activities from Pahang, especially as a soccer field. It was built on the site of a football field of Pahang Football Association.

2015 Squad[edit]

No. Name Nationality Position D.O.B
Goalkeepers
1 Judtanna a/l Eh Put Malaysia GK 16/5/92
22 Rosfaizul Azuar Ali Malaysia GK 30/11/84
35 Mohamad Fitry bin Kamal Ariffin Malaysia GK 13/3/94
Defenders
2 Mohd Rahman Zabul Malaysia RB,LB 25/7/92
3 Khairul Azman Awang Long Malaysia CB 31/8/84
4 Muszaki Abu Bakar Malaysia RB 15/3/89
6 Muhammad Ilham Yusof Malaysia CB 11/1/92
21 Nurfahmie Hadzrin Nordin Malaysia LB,LM,LW 11/6/91
24 Muhammad Firdaus Paris@Daris Malaysia CB 17/8/91
25 Lee Kwang-hyun South Korea CB 18/7/81
14 Muhamad Norhizwan Hassan Malaysia LB,LM 28/8/92
33 Khairul Annas bin Ibrahim Malaysia RB 4/5/95
Midfielders
5 Abdul Wafiy Abdul Ghafar Malaysia CM,AM,DM 3/12/87
7 Mohd Hazuan Daud Malaysia RM,RW 27/5/86
10 Abdul Malik Mat Ariff (on loan from Pahang FA) Malaysia RM,RW,LM,LW 7/1/91
11 Mohd Shahrul Aizad Zulkifli Malaysia LM,LW 26/3/93
12 Muhammad Afif Asyraf Mohd Zabawi Malaysia LM,LW,LB 7/6/91
13 Mohd Hanifuddin Abdul Rahman Malaysia CM,AM 18/9/84
15 Tarik El Janaby Morocco CM 29/6/84
16 Muhammad Fikri Elhan Malaysia DM,CM 5/9/91
23 Hazwan Fakhrullah Mohd Zuridi Malaysia CM,AM 27/7/91
26 Mohd Fiqri Mohd Abdullah Malaysia LM,LW 6/6/86
31 Muhammad Helmi Mustaqim bin Mokhtar Malaysia CM 28/5/94
32 Muhammad Asnan bin Awal Hisham Malaysia AM,ST 16/1/95
Forwards
9 Milan Purović Montenegro ST 7/5/85
17 Mohd Kamal Rodiarjat Md Ali Malaysia ST,AM 11/3/86
18 Im Kyung-hyun South Korea ST 6/10/86
19 Muhamad Razren Mohd Jesni Malaysia ST 1/2/90
20 Muhammad Zamri Hasan Malaysia ST 7/4/81
34 Mohd Norshafirul Zulhaidi Malaysia ST 14/6/94


Transfers[edit]

For recent transfers, see List of Malaysian football transfers 2015


2015 Transfers (In)

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 Judtanna a/l Eh Put (from Johor Darul Ta'zim II F.C.)
35 Malaysia GK Mohamad Fitry bin Kamal Ariffin (from Perak FA)
25 South Korea DF Lee Kwang-hyun (from Penang FA)
14 Malaysia DF Muhamad Norhizwan Hassan (from Perak FA)
2 Malaysia DF Mohd Rahman Zabul (from Felda United FC)
4 Malaysia DF Muszaki Abu Bakar (from Negeri Sembilan FA)
14 Malaysia DF Muhamad Norhizwan Hassan (from Perak FA)
24 Malaysia DF Muhammad Firdaus Paris@Daris (from UiTM FC)
15 Morocco MF Tarik El Janaby (from Manama Club)
7 Malaysia MF Mohd Hazuan Daud (from PDRM FA)
10 Malaysia MF Abdul Malik Mat Ariff (from Pahang FA)
No. Position Player
11 Malaysia MF Mohd Shahrul Aizad Zulkifli (from Pahang u21)
12 Malaysia MF Muhammad Afif Asyraf Mohd Zabawi (from UiTM FC)
13 Malaysia MF Mohd Hanifuddin Abdul Rahman (from Putrajaya SPA F.C.)
16 Malaysia MF Muhammad Fikri Elhan (from Putrajaya SPA F.C.)
21 Malaysia MF Nurfahmie Hadzrin Nordin (from Putrajaya SPA F.C.)
9 Montenegro FW Milan Purović (from Perak FA)
18 South Korea FW Im Kyung-hyun (from Chunnam Dragons)
19 Malaysia FW Muhamad Razren Mohd Jesni (from UiTM FC)
20 Malaysia FW Muhammad Zamri Hasan (from PBAPP FC)
32 Malaysia FW Muhammad Asnan bin Awal Hisham (from Sime Darby F.C.)


Transfers out[edit]

Position Player To club Fee
GK Malaysia Muhd Adam Afiq Yusof Released !F 
GK Malaysia Mohd Firdaus Bolkhiah Azmin Released !F 
DR Malaysia Mohd Shafiae Mat Released !F 
DL Malaysia Amirullah Abd Razab Malaysia Real Mulia F.C. !F 
DLC Malaysia Mohd Humaidi Azmi Released !F 
DR Malaysia Muhd Zarrin Asyraff Mohd Nazri Released !F 
DLC Malaysia Ahmad Abdul Fattah Abdullah Released !F 
ML/AML Malaysia Mohd Nurfirdaus Roswanan Released !F 
DMC/MC Malaysia Wan Muhd Firdaus Wan Demi Released !F 
MC Malaysia Mohd Khairul Jasri Salleh Released !F 
MR/AMR Malaysia Saravanan A/L S Rarajam Released !F 
MC Malaysia Mohd Saddam Hussein Abdul Rahman Released !F 
MR/AMR Malaysia Muhd Zul Helmi Jamaluddin Released !F 
ST Malaysia Mohd Supian Heri Released !F 
ST Malaysia Mohd Farizal Mohd Nor Released !F 
AML/ST Malaysia Anas Rahimi Mohd Nor Released !F 
ST Malaysia Abdul Rahman Abdul Kadir Released !F 
ST Malaysia Mohd Fahmi Izzuddin Mohd Zuki Released !F 
ST Malaysia Haziq Fikri Hussein Malaysia PDRM FA (Loan return) !F 

2015 coaching staff[edit]

Senior officials

  • Patron: Datuk Wan Adnan Wan Mamat
  • President/Chairman: Datuk Norhayad Ahmad
  • Deputy President/Vice-chairman: Datuk Tajudin Abdullah
Position Name
General Manager Malaysia Dato' Wan Solihi Wan Hassan
Honorary Secretary Malaysia Ahmad Bin Muda
Media Officer Malaysia Mohd Azaha Bin Abdul Ghani
Administrative Officer Malaysia Anas Azraaei Bin Abdul Moris
Safety Officer Malaysia Rohaizad Bin Zainal Abidin
Assistant Manager Malaysia Mohd Ruzaidi Bin Abdul Rani
Head Coach Malaysia Aminuddin Hussin
Assistant Coach Malaysia Mohd Syukri Bin Ismail
Goalkeeping Coach Malaysia Rais Dermawan Bin Kamarudin
Fitness Trainer Malaysia Norhudahiroshi Bin Razak
Physiotherapist Malaysia Muhammad Shadiduddin Bin Sehat
Kitman Malaysia Rizal Budiman Bin Kamarudin

Coaches[edit]

Year Head Coach
2013 Malaysia Abu Bakar Ahmad
January 2014-April 2014 Malaysia Hamzah Mat Yunus
April 2014-November 2014 Malaysia Ahmad Muda
November 2014-January 2015 Malaysia Ridzuan Abu Shah
January 2015 Malaysia Aminuddin Hussin

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Kuantan FA are champs". New Straits Times. Retrieved 28 June 2014. 

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