Penang FA

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Penang FA
Club crest
Full name Penang Football Association
Nickname(s) The Panthers
Founded 1921; 93 years ago (1921)
Ground Bandaraya Stadium
George Town, Penang
Ground Capacity 20,000
Chairman Nazir Ariff Munshir Ariff
Coach K. Devan
League Malaysia Premier League
2014 Premier League, 3rd
Website Club home page
Current season

Football Association of Penang is a Malaysian professional football club based in Georgetown that plays in the Malaysia Premier League. Founded in 1921, the club represent the Penang state in football competitions. They play their home matches at the Bandaraya Stadium.

Honours[edit]

Domestic[edit]

Winners (4): 1953, 1954, 1958, 1974
Runner-Up (9): 1934, 1941, 1950, 1952, 1962, 1963, 1968, 1969, 1977
Winners (3): 1982, 1998, 2001
Runner-Up (3): 1983, 1999, 2000
Runner-Up (1): 1992
Winners (5) (record): 1952,1955,1956,1957, 2013
Runner-Up (3): 1961,1962,1968
Winners (1): 2002
Runner-Up (2): 1997, 2000
Winners (1): 2003

Club officials[edit]

Administrative staff[edit]

  • Chairman:Malaysia Nazir Ariff Munshir Ariff
  • Vice-chairman 1:Malaysia Lawrence Loh
  • Vice-chairman 2:Malaysia Gary Nair

Team management[edit]

  • Manager:Malaysia Mohd Azizudin Mohd Shariff
  • Head Coach: Malaysia K. Devan
  • Assistant Coach:Malaysia Manzoor Azwira Abdul Hamid
  • Fitness Coach:Brazil Leonardo Azevedo
  • Goalkeeping Coach:Malaysia Hisham Jainudin
  • U21 Head Coach:Malaysia Haji Kamal Khalid
  • U21 Assistant Coach:Malaysia Zabidi Hassan
  • Physiotherapist:Malaysia Muhd Akasyah Baharum
  • U21 Physiotherapist:Malaysia Reza Irwan Khairuddin




Players[edit]

First team squad[edit]

No. Name Nationality Position
Goalkeeper
1 G. Jeevananthan Malaysia GK
22 Khairul Amri Salehuddin Malaysia GK
25 Amir Omar Khata Malaysia GK
Defenders
14 G. Mahathevan (captain) Malaysia CB,DM,CM
6 Lee Kwang-Hyun South Korea CB
21 Lew Han Hung Malaysia CB
3 Hariri Mohd Safii Malaysia LB, RB
13 Syafiq Azri Ahmad Kamal Malaysia LB
2 Ismail Suboh Malaysia CB,RB
18 Fakhrul Radzi Yaacob Malaysia RB,DM,CM
9 Mohd Suhaidi Akmal Mohd Noor Malaysia CB
19 Kamarul Hesam Kadri Malaysia LB
4 Darwira Sazan Malaysia CB
28 Shafiq Safaruddin Malaysia LB,CB
41 A. Varathan Malaysia RB
45 Mat Saiful Mohamad Malaysia CB,LB,RB
Midfielders
12 Elias Sulaiman Malaysia RM,RW,CM,AM
7 Mohd Zharif Hasna Malaysia CM
27 Lee Kil-Hoon South Korea CM,AM
5 Khairan Eroza Razali Malaysia DM,CM
8 Shazuan Ashraf Mathews Malaysia RM,RW
16 Mohd Azizan Baba Malaysia CM,DM
23 Yong Kuong Yong Malaysia RM,RW,LM,LW
20 Muhd Rafiuddin Rodin Malaysia LM,LW
Forwards
10 Mohd Norizam Salaman Malaysia ST
11 Muhamad Zamri Chin Malaysia ST
24 Titi Buengo Angola ST
30 Luiz Ricardo Lino Dos Santos Brazil ST
17 Mohd Bashier Napae Malaysia ST

Source:[1]

President's Cup squad[edit]

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 Muhd Hazrul Hafiz Zulkifly
2 Malaysia DF Magendran a/l Kanaison
3 Malaysia MF Muhd Salim Che Hassan
4 Malaysia DF Mohd Syahir Syazwan Sabri
5 Malaysia DF Muhd Redzuan Suhaidi
6 Malaysia FW Mohd Syamer Kutty Abba
7 Malaysia DF Tunku Noor Hidayat Tunku Ishak
8 Malaysia MF Muhd Ruzaini Jamaluddin
9 Malaysia FW Muhammad Umair Mohd Samfee
10 Malaysia FW Mohd Amer Azahar
11 Malaysia DF Abdul Qayyum Jabrullah Khan
12 Malaysia DF Shaik Awish Alkirani Shaik Haron Rashid
13 Malaysia MF Amirul Syazani Roslan
No. Position Player
14 Malaysia MF Mohd Fareza Amar Khasim
15 Malaysia DF Muhd Shafiq Safaruddin
16 Malaysia MF Muhd bin Azmi
17 Malaysia MF Nor Mohamad Hafizz Azam
18 Malaysia MF Mohd Amirul Hafizi bin Mohamad
19 Malaysia FW Kumaahran a/l Sathasivam
20 Malaysia MF Mohd Ikhmal Ibrahim
21 Malaysia FW Muhammad Shazrul Ashraf Mathews
22 Malaysia GK Mohd Danial Roslan
23 Malaysia DF Muhd Faiz Akmal Zahrul Nizam
24 Malaysia MF Mohd Junaidi Shafiai
25 Malaysia GK Muhd Syafik Noricham
26 Malaysia GK Thamotharan Naidu a/l Gavarasee

Manager History[edit]

Years Name
2001-2003 Malaysia Irfan Bakti Abu Salim
2003-2004 Malaysia Yunus Alif
2005 Malaysia Norizan Bakar
2006-2007 Slovakia Josef Herel
2008 Malaysia Mohd Bakar
2008-2009 Malaysia S. Veloo
2010 Malaysia Reduan Abdullah
2011 Malaysia Richard Scully
2011 Malaysia Ahmad Yusof
2012 Hungary Jánós Krécská
2013 Morocco Merzagua Abderrazak
2014–present Malaysia K. Devan

Record[edit]

Club Top Scorer[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Penang 2014 Statistics". ifball.com. Retrieved May 10, 2014. 


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