DRB-Hicom F.C.

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DRB FC
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Full name Diversified Resources Berhad Football Club
Nickname(s) The Postman, The Hornet
Founded 2008
(as Pos FC)
Ground Hang Jebat Stadium, Malaysia
Ground Capacity 40,000
Owner DRB-HICOM
Coach G. Torairaju
League Malaysia Premier League
2013 Malaysia Premier League, 6th

DRB Football Club is a Malaysian football club, which currently plays in the Malaysia Premier League, the second tier of Malaysian league system. Their home stadium is the MPS Stadium in Selayang, Selangor. The club is under the management of DRB-HICOM, one of Malaysia's leading corporations.

Club's Names[edit]

  • 2008-2013  : Pos Football Club (Pos FC)
  • 2014–present : DRB Football Club (DRB FC)[1]

History[edit]

The club was formed in March 2008 as Pos Malaysia F.C. then registered with Kuala Lumpur and competed in KLFA Premier League in the year 2008. In 2009, Pos Malaysia competed in the Malaysia FAM Cup, the third-tier of the Malaysian League. At the end of August 2009 they was crowned as the champion of Malaysia FAM Cup and promoted to the 2010 Malaysia Premier League. Starting season 2014 the club has changed name to DRB Football Club.

Club officials[edit]

Position Name
Chairman Malaysia Bahaman Kamaruzzaman
Manager Malaysia Shaari Haji Shazali
Assistant Manager Malaysia Shafizah Umamah Abdul Mutalib
Assistant Manager Malaysia Amir Haidi Samion
Head Coach Malaysia G. Torairaju
Assistant Coach Malaysia Mohd Suhaimi Ismail
Fitness Coach Malaysia Hamdan Mohamad
Goalkeeping Coach Malaysia Ismadi Ismail
Physiotherapist Malaysia
Physiotherapist Malaysia Nor Efendi Yasin
Kitman Malaysia Shamsulazly Anuar

Track record[edit]

Updated on 8 November 2013

Season P W D L F A Pts Pos FA Cup Malaysia Cup
2013 22 7 6 9 24 28 27 6

Current squad[edit]

Squad[edit]

No. Name Nationality Position
Goalkeepers
1 Mohd Solehin Mohd Rodzi Malaysia GK
13 Mohd Jibrail Kamaron Bahrin Malaysia GK
21 Mohd Azlen Ahmad Jabri Malaysia GK
25 Mohd Sheril Anuar Saini Malaysia GK
Defenders
2 Ahmad Faizal Sumar Malaysia RB, CB
4 Mohd Arif Baseri Malaysia CB
5 Mohd Sayuti Mohd Shukri Malaysia CB
6 Sunarai Raffi Sariman Malaysia LB
15 Muhd Azreen Zulkafali Malaysia RB
16 Abdullah Yusoff Malaysia CB
20 Hasrul Abu bakar Malaysia LB
41 Kwon Jun Malaysia CB, DM, CM
Midfielders
7 Ahmad Saufi Ibrahim Malaysia RM, RW
8 Atapa Kazeem Adeolu Nigeria CM
11 Khairul Naim Mahyuddin Malaysia LM, RM, LW, RW
12 Khairul Anwar Shahrudin Malaysia LM, LW, LB
17 Mohd Syazmin Firdaus Aminuddin Malaysia RM, RW, CM
18 Mohd Naqiyuddin Mohd Zainal Malaysia AM, CM
18 Ashadi Mohd Yusoff Malaysia DM, CM
22 Shataro Hattori Japan AM, CM
23 Mohd Hafizi Amiruddin Malaysia RM, RW, LM, LW
26 Mohd Razif Abdul Rahim Malaysia DM, CM
43 Sharul Nizam Amiruddin Malaysia DM, CM
50 Mohammad Naeem Rahimi Australia AM, CM, ST
Forwards
9 Mohd Aris Zaidi Malaysia ST, RW
10 Ogunboye Iyanu Ezekiel Nigeria ST
14 Mohd Fakhrullah Rosli Malaysia ST
42 Emile Damey Australia ST

Source:[2]

Transfers[edit]

For recent transfers, see List of Malaysian football transfers 2014

Club coaches[edit]

Year Coach
2009 Malaysia Mohd Anizam Daud
2010-2010 Malaysia Lim Kok Onn
2010-2011 Malaysia Mat Zan Mat Aris
2012- Malaysia G. Torairaju

Honours[edit]

Domestic competitions[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "KL Pos Malaysia FC tukar nama". Teka Skor. 2 October 2013. Retrieved 8 November 2013. 
  2. ^ "DRB-Hicom 2014 Statistics". ifball.com. Retrieved May 10, 2014. 

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