Putrajaya SPA F.C.

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Putrajaya FC
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Full name Suruhanjaya Perkhidmatan Awam Football Club
Nickname(s) The Wild Cats
Founded 22 January 2005; 9 years ago (2005-01-22)
Ground UiTM Stadium, Shah Alam
Ground Capacity 10,000
Owner Suruhanjaya Perkhidmatan Awam
Chairman Tan Sri Mahmod Adam
Manager Mohd Nizam Jamil
Coach Mohd Shah Alias Mohd Norbit
League Malaysia Premier League
2013 8th

Putrajaya Football Club is a football club from Putrajaya, Federal Territory of Malaysia. The team currently plays in the Premier League, the second tier of Malaysian football league.[1]

History[edit]

The club started as a recreational club for the staffs of the Malaysian Public Service Commission (Malay:Suruhanjaya Perkhidmatan Awam Malaysia). The club, affiliated with Kuala Lumpur FA, started by competing the KLFA Second Division League in 2005. Promoted to KLFA First Division in 2007, they continued their ascent in the Kuala Lumpur football pyramid when they were promoted to KLFA Premier League in 2009.

They joined the nationwide amateur league Malaysia FAM League in 2010. Their first season saw them finished at respectable third place, only pipped by SDMS Kepala Batas for the second automatic promotion spot to 2011 Malaysia Premier League by virtue of goal difference. However their second season in the league were not as good, finishing in eighth place out of 11 teams.[2]

The 2012 season was to be the watershed season for the club. In the FA Cup they advanced to the quarter-finals, the furthest a Malaysia FAM League side has progressed since 1994 when the competition opened to clubs from the FAM League.[3] SPA progressed by beating Malaysia Premier League side MBJB FC and invited Cambodian club Preah Khan Reach F.C.,[4] before being stopped by Malaysia Super League defending champion Kelantan FA who defeated them 5-0 on aggregate. Kelantan went on to win the FA Cup. In the league, SPA went all the way to become the league champion, clinching the title and promotion to 2013 Malaysia Premier League with a match to spare.[5]

Honours[edit]

1: 2012[citation needed]

Team Officials[edit]

Players[edit]

Squad[edit]

No. Name Nationality Position
Goalkeepers
1 Mohd Nuraizat Abdul Aziz Malaysia GK
25 Mahathir Mohammad Malaysia GK
26 Izzat Abdul Rahim Malaysia GK
Defenders
2 Sazali Suwandi Malaysia RB
5 Eddy Viator Guadeloupe CB
6 Puvanarajah a/l Arumugam Malaysia RB, RM
8 Mohd Hafiszuan Salehuddin Malaysia CB, RB, LB, DM
12 Muzammer Mohd Zaki Malaysia LB
13 Mohd Aslam Haja Najmudeen Malaysia CB
20 Ahmad Rafiuddin Yusof Malaysia CB
22 Fiqri Azwan Ghazali Malaysia LB, LM
Nor Ikhwan Alias Malaysia CB
Midfielders
3 Mohd Arsyah Mohd Ayob Malaysia DM, CM
4 Mohd Rosdi Zakaria Malaysia AM, CM
11 Mohd Asyidi Dil Ashar Yusof Malaysia LM, RM, LW, RW
14 Khairul Anuar Khalid Malaysia DM, CM
16 Muhd Fikri Elhan Malaysia LM, LW
17 Fadzly Iskandar Adnan Malaysia CM, AM
18 Shin Hyun-Joon (footballer) South Korea CM
19 Mohd Nor Ismail Malaysia RM, RW, CM, ST
21 Nurfahmie Hadzrin Nordin Malaysia LM, LW
23 Mohd Hanifuddin Abdul Rahman Malaysia AM, CM
24 Raja Mohd Hafillah Raja Mamat Malaysia RM, RW, ST
27 Nur Shamie Iszuan Amin Malaysia RM, RW
47 Guy Bwele Cameroon DM, CM, CB
Forwards
7 Michaël Niçoise Guadeloupe ST
9 Khairol Azry Abdul Rahman Malaysia ST
14 Khairul Izwan Khalid Malaysia ST
50 Alen Guć Croatia ST

Source:[6]

Transfers[edit]

In

As of 11 January 2014

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

No. Position Player
FW Nur Shamie Iszuan Amin (from Harimau Muda C)
FW Michaël Niçoise (from PK-35 Vantaa)
FW Khairul Izwan Khalid (from Sabah FA)
GK Izzat Abdul Rahim (from Selangor FA)
DF Fiqri Azwan Ghazali (from Negeri Sembilan FA)
MF Shin Hyun-Joon (from PSMS Medan)

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

No. Position Player
MF Muhd Nor Saiful Abdul Rahman (to MOF F.C.)
FW Mohd Farizal Rozali (to Perlis FA)
FW Joël Tchami (to Released)
MF Noor Azizi Azman (to Kuala Lumpur FA)
DF Muhd Nabil Fikri Ilias (to Kuala Lumpur FA)
MF Mohd Zulkifli Affendi Mohd Zakri (to Kuala Lumpur FA)
DF Muhd Haznur Aliff Abdul Kamal (to Released)
MF Rosli Muda (to Perlis FA)
GK Mohd Soffuan Tawil (to Felda United F.C.)
GK Mohd Faiz Ismail (to Released)
FW Mohd Norhafizzuan Jailani (to PKNS F.C.)
MF Muhd Asyraf Al-Japri (to Felda United F.C.)
DF Mohd Amri Fazal Mat Noor (to Perlis F.C.)
DF Gan Jay Han (to Released)
FW Mohd Hakim Zainal (to MOF F.C.) April Transfer

List of head coach[edit]

Year Coach
2011-2013 Malaysia Mohd Nizam Jamil
Year Coach
2013 Malaysia Mohd Shah Alias Mohd Norbit

References[edit]

External links[edit]