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Johor Darul Ta'zim
Club crest
Full name Johor Darul Ta'zim Football Club
Nickname(s) Southern Tigers
Short name JDT
Founded 1972 (as PKENJ FC)
Ground Larkin Stadium
Ground Capacity 30,000
Owner Tunku Ismail Sultan Ibrahim[1]
Manager Mario Gómez
League Malaysia Super League
2015 Malaysia Super League, 1st
Website Club home page
Current season

Johor Darul Ta'zim Football Club (Malay: Kelab Bola Sepak Johor Darul Ta'zim), also simply known as JDT, is a professional football club based in Johor Bahru, Johor, Malaysia. The club was founded in 1972 (as PKENJ FC) and currently plays in the top division of Malaysian football, the Malaysian Super League. The club is owned by Tunku Ismail Sultan Ibrahim.[1] In 2014, JDT gained their first major honour by winning the Super League during the first season under Croatian manager Bojan Hodak.[2] Under current Argentine manager Mario Gómez, they won the AFC Cup as well as the Malaysian Charity Shield and Super League. By winning the 2015 AFC Cup, JDT became the first Malaysian team since 1967 to enter a final of a major continental competition,[3] and the first ever Malaysian club to win a continental title.[3]

History[edit]

The Johor FC era (1996–2011)[edit]

Best performance by PKENJ FC in FAM Cup with two titles won, Johor Corporation (state funded cooperation) decided to takeover the club in 1996 and changed its name to Johor Football Club (Johor FC). Unfortunately, the club only managed runner-up in the 1996 season.

In 1997, Johor FC was promoted to the second tier Malaysian football league, the Malaysia Premier League (which was then known as the Premier-Two League), and won the title in 2001.[4] After two years in top division of the league, Johor FC were relegated to Malaysia Premier League during the 2002–03 season.[5] The club earned an automatic promotion to the Super League during the 2006–07 season after FAM's decision to expand the league to 14 teams and was respectively a regular top 5 finisher in the league. The club was the first club team in Malaysian football league to enter Malaysia Cup in 2000 under former British manager, Bruce Stowell. Malaysia Cup was previously dominated by state teams and by defeating ATM on aggregate in the second-round group qualification, the club itself has marked another record in the division. The club has also participated in AFC Cup in 2009 replacing Negeri Sembilan of which the latter qualified but did not proceed to compete in the competition.[6]

Revolution era (2013–present)[edit]

In November 2012, saw a revamp within PBNJ with Tunku Ismail Sultan Ibrahim took charge as president. It also saw both Johor FC and Johor FA will merge as one entity and will be rename as Johor Darul Ta'zim Football Club. But instead both teams were reinstated with same name and were given with numerical order. In December 2012, Tunku Ismail Sultan Ibrahim Johor FA President announced that Johor Football Club and all of its teams is 100 percent owned and controlled by PBNJ since His Highness took over. By then, the club name was changed to Darul Ta'zim FC (Johor) and later on renamed again as Johor Darul Ta'zim Football Club.[7]

Johor FA aims to create young Johorean talent to supply to Johor Darul Ta'zim FC as a clear step forward in moulding the future of the club. Thus, it implemented a 5-year plan which was distributed publicly through the media as invitation to join forces to create more talent pool. In earlier 2013 Tan Sri Annuar Musa and few Football Association president in Malaysia visit Johor FA headquarters and praised the program.

Fully supported and back boned by Tunku Mahkota of Johor, JDT under flag of Johor FA pouring large scales investment to acquired Stadium Tan Sri Hassan Yunos (also known as Larkin Stadium) and officially owned by end of 2011. Larkin Stadium was once again upgraded and refurbished since 1990.

Former Singaporean football legend Fandi Ahmad subsequently penned a three-year contract with Malaysian Premier League (MPL) outfit Johor to serve as their technical advisor in 2010, Fandi was later promoted to become head coach of Johor Darul Ta'zim in 2012 and once again promoted to become a manager of Johor Darul Ta'zim. However, In mid 2013 he chose to resign due to differences in football philosophy and his position was succeeded by Bojan Hodak, the former Kelantan head coach.[8]

Tunku Mahkota Johor's Era[edit]

HRH Tunku Ismail ibni Sultan Ibrahim, the Royal Prince of Johor, bought Johor Darul Ta'zim FC just before the start of the MSL 2016 season. Along with this, JDT also received a massive MYR 100 million funding by the Sultan of Johor.

Etymology[edit]

Rebranded in 2012, Johor Darul Ta'zim FC also implied a new nickname Southern Tigers (Malay: 'Harimau Selatan'), replacing the old nickname Jengking (Scorpion). The new nickname are based from the Johor State Council coat of arms. An idea from club owner, it is also to bring a meaning as for those top professional football players that representing the club. [9]

Import players[edit]

In early 2012, Tunku Ismail Sultan Ibrahim Johor DT President does not hold any longer, with a tight budget and proper planning Johor Darul Ta'zim FC bought key members of Malaysia national team player. Unfortunately a few of the players were implicated with disciplinary problems, hence Johor DT once again launched a new program named "Professional football team Program".

Managed to loan two European player Daniel Güiza from Getafe and Simone Del Nero from Lazio shaking the Malaysia football arena in 2013, and help to boost sponsorship from local and international company.

In 2014 Johor DT announced that the club signs Argentine Pablo Aimar for RM7.2mil a season. Later on Johor DT managed to capture a few mega companies to sponsor JDT. Pablo Aimar was released in April 2014 after new JDT head coach Bojan Hodak's request to replace him with more young talent was approved.[10]

Other marquee players that Johor DT signed are Leonel Núñez from Argentinos Juniors, Luciano Figueroa from Panathinaikos, Patito Rodríguez from Santos, Marcos Antonio from 1. FC Nürnberg, Jorge Pereyra Díaz from Lanús, Juan Martín Lucero from Independiente and Hariss Harun from LionsXII former best young Asean player.

Kit[edit]

From the 1970s to 2012, the JDT team kit was manufactured by various companies including Adidas, Umbro, Lotto, & Jking. For the 2014 season, the official JDT kit was manufactured by Nike. The home kit's design of red and blue stripes is shaped by a blue row of lines. The away kit features design of white and blue stripes is shaped by a white row of lines. The alternate kit is design reminisce of 2013 design of royal blue navy gradient overlay with pink red.

In November 2014, Nike Malaysia created a new football kit for the JDT team specially for its 2015 AFC Champions League campaign. The home kit's design of royal navy blue and red stripes is shaped by a navy blue row of lines. The away kit features a full plain white front alternating with grey pattern boxes. The alternated kit features a full plain black.

From the 2016 season, JDT will be sponsored by Adidas.

Training[edit]

Padang Sri Gelam is the training facility for Johor Darul Ta'zim, located at Johor Bahru, Johor, Malaysia. The facility is funded by the PBNJ and is the first world class football training facilities ever built in Malaysia as well as Southeast Asia region. [11]

Crest and colours[edit]

The club crest is derived from the Johor State Council coat of arms, although all that remains of it on the current crest is only the part of the tiger Head. The Characteristic Of southern Tigers Royal government still shown by using Royal navy Blue.

In 2013, JDT used a new logo, featuring a more ferocious looking tiger and a darker colour scheme. [12] [13]

Sponsors[edit]

For the 2016 season, Johor Darul Ta'zim FC has secured sponsorship from 5 large corporations. Its primary sponsors include Adidas, Johor Corporation, Vantage Bay, Iskandar Waterfront Holdings and Berjaya Holdings. The funds from these companies have helped JDT FC to become the 2nd richest football club in Malaysia.

JDT also received a RM100 million funding by the Sultan of Johor. [14]

Supporters[edit]

Boys Of Straits (formerly known as Southern Trooper) is the name of the official supporters of the Johor Darul Ta'zim. Even in every match the JDT team played, they will be found in a group standing at the supporters area. The main colours for these supporter are usually in blue with a red scarf and banners just like the Johor Darul Ta'zim's team kits colours. These supporters always bring, drums and large colorful flags to the stadiums.[15]

"Inter Johor Firm" was created to support Johor Darul Ta'zim. The early aim of creation of IJF is to protect JDT fans in away game. But when the group fans was over capacities, IJF implicated with football hooliganism scandal. On late 2014, IJF Officially banned by Johor FA President to enter or joined any home and away Match.[16]

Other small supporter group that consist as regular in Larkin Stadium are Sini laken, Jdt-sg, Flag Pole, And Brotherhood Johor.

Stadium Tan Sri Dato' Hj. Hassan Yunos
Larkin Stadium
Stadium Larkin.jpg
Larkin Stadium
Location Jalan Dato Jaafar, Taman Dato Onn, Johor Bahru, Johor, Malaysia
Owner Johor Football Association
Operator Johor Football Association
Capacity
  • 15,000 (1964–1991)
  • 30,000 (1991–present)
Surface Grass
Scoreboard Digital board
Construction
Built 1964
Renovated 1999
Expanded 1999
Construction cost RM 240 million (renovation cost)
Tenants
Johor Darul Ta'zim
Website
http://www.stadiumjohor.com/

Rivalries[edit]

Main article: Malaysian El Clasico

The rivalry with Pahang began to develop in 2013 after an unfortunate event of overcrowding and crowd trouble during the Malaysia FA Cup semi-final 2nd Leg match at Darul Makmur Stadium on 28 May 2013, .[17]

Since then, it has developed into an intense and fiery competition between both sides. It also has created an immense but yet exciting atmosphere for supporters and fans of both sides.[18]

This is known as Malaysian El Clasico.

Ground[edit]

Johor Darul Ta'zim FC plays their games at Larkin Stadium. The stadium was originally built in 1964, with a capacity of only 15,000 people.The stadium was named after the former Menteri Besar of Johor, Tan Sri Dato Hj. Hassan Yunus.[19]

In 1991, the stadium's capacity was doubled following extensive renovations. An athletics track, floodlight masts and media infrastructure were added to allow the ground to host major events.

The stadium was also used for the FIFA U-20 World Cup and Sukma Games.

Club records[edit]

Updated on 14 May 2016.

Note:

  • Matches played summaries calculated only for Division 1/Premier 1/Malaysia Super League or Division 2/Premier 2/Malaysia Premier League current season.
  • Pld = Played, W = Won, D = Drawn, L = Lost, F = Goals for, A = Goals against, Pts= Points, Pos = Position
Season League Cup Asia
Division P W D L F A Pts Pos Charity Malaysia FA Competition Result
1998 MP2L 14 4 4 6 19 24 16 5th Round of 16
1999 MP2L 18 9 1 4 24 17 33 3rd Round of 32
2000 MP2L 18 5 6 7 16 18 21 7th Quarter-finals Round of 16
2001 MP2L 22 14 5 3 42 20 47 1st Group stage Quarter-finals
2002 MP1L 26 12 5 9 37 27 41 7th Group stage Round of 16
2003 MP1L 24 10 4 10 42 32 34 7th Group stage Quarter-finals
2004 MPL 24 14 5 5 43 25 47 3rd Group stage
2005 MPL 21 10 6 5 27 16 36 4th Group stage Round of 1
2005–06 MPL 21 9 5 7 38 32 32 3rd Group stage Round of 1
2006–07 MSL 24 11 6 7 35 26 39 6th Group stage Round of 2
2007–08 MSL 24 14 4 6 40 27 46 3rd Semi-finals Round of 1
2009 MSL 26 15 3 8 53 27 48 4th Quarter-finals Round of 32 AFC Cup Group stage
2010 MSL 26 12 4 10 41 33 40 4th Semi-finals Round of 32
2011 MSL 26 8 10 8 26 28 34 7th Group stage Round of 16
2012 MSL 26 10 5 11 29 31 35 9th Quarter-finals Round of 16
2013 MSL 22 11 7 4 32 26 40 3rd Quarter-finals Runners-up
2014 MSL 22 13 5 4 39 22 44 1st Runners-up Semi-finals
2015 MSL 22 14 4 4 36 18 46 1st Winners Quarter-finals Round of 32 AFC CL Preliminary round 2
AFC Cup Champions
2016 MSL TBD Winners TBD Winners AFC CL Preliminary round 2
AFC Cup TBD

Source:[20]

Players[edit]

First Team Squad[edit]

No. Name Nat. Birth Pos.
Goalkeepers
1 Farizal Marlias Malaysia 29/06/86 GK
22 K. Sasi Kumar Malaysia 29/04/89 GK
24 Izham Tarmizi Malaysia 24/04/91 GK
Defenders
4 Asraruddin Putra Malaysia 26/03/88 LB, CB
6 Marcos Antônio Brazil 25/05/83 CB
7 Aidil Zafuan Malaysia 03/08/87 CB, RB
12 S. Kunanlan Malaysia 22/08/86 RB, RM, LB, LM
15 Fazly Mazlan Malaysia 22/12/93 LB
25 Junior Eldstål MalaysiaSweden 16/9/91 CB, DM
27 Fadhli Shas Malaysia 21/01/91 CB, LB
29 Mohd Azrif Nasrulhaq Malaysia 27/05/91 RB, CB
51 Dominic Tan Malaysia 12/03/97 CB, DM
52 Hasbullah Abu Bakar Malaysia 26/10/94 RB, LB, DM
Midfielders
2 Azamuddin Akil Malaysia 16/04/85 RW, LW
5 Amirul Hadi Zainal Malaysia 27/05/86 CM
8 Safiq Rahim Captain Malaysia 05/07/87 CM, AM
13 Gary Steven Robbat Malaysia 03/09/92 DM, CM
14 Hariss Harun Singapore 19/11/90 DM, CM
16 Shakir Shaari Malaysia 29/09/86 DM
18 Mahali Jasuli Malaysia 02/04/89 RB, RW
20 Nazrin Nawi Malaysia 07/02/88 LW, LM
21 Jasazrin Jamaluddin Malaysia 03/04/86 RM, RB
23 S. Chanturu Malaysia 14/12/87 RW, RM
28 Azniee Taib Malaysia 18/07/90 LW
Forwards
3 Rozaimi Abdul Rahman Malaysia 11/5/92 ST, LW
10 Safee Sali Malaysia 28/01/84 ST
11 Jorge Pereyra Díaz Argentina 05/08/90 ST
17 Amri Yahyah Malaysia 21/01/81 ST, AM
19 Juan Martín Lucero Argentina 30/11/91 ST

Additional sources:[21][22][23][24]

Development squad[edit]

As part of the club's acquisition and subsequent rebranding in 2012, HRH Tunku Ismail Sultan Ibrahim, the Johor FA's President, took the decision to rename all the club's teams using the same nomenclature. In addition, Roman numerals were used to denote each team's hierarchy in the club.[25]

In early 2014, FAM approved Johor FA's application and officially registered all the club's teams to Johor Darul Ta'zim FC[26]

(Malaysia Premier League)

(Malaysia President's Cup)

  • JDT IV [Under-19 Squad]

(Malaysia Youth League)

Johor Darul Ta'zim III[edit]

No. Name Position D.O.B
Goalkeepers
1 Mohamad Luqman Hakim Mohd Razali GK 1995
21 Mohd Nabil Akmal Rusman GK 20/1/95
26 Saddam Elhafedz Shahri GK 2/5/95
27 Mohamad Rozaimi Rahamat GK 14/5/96
Defenders
3 Muhd Hafiz Kamsani RB, RWB 22/10/96
4 Mohd Faiz Burhan CB 11/1/95
5 Muhammad Zabidi Ismail CB 8/11/95
6 Mohd Fitri Mohd Ismail LB, LWB 22/2/96
13 Muhammad Nurfikry Razali LB, LWB 1997
15 Muhd Shafiq Hafiz Zulkifle CB 14/2/95
18 Muhammad Nur bin Sadikin CB 20/3/95
24 Mohd Saipul Samsuri RB, RWB 27/1/95
29 Muhammad Ghaffar Abdul Rahman CB 25/4/98
Midfielders
11 Abdul Fathur Danish Abdul Rahman AM, | CM 31/05/95
12 Muhammad Faiz Mohd Isa LW, LM 9/1/95
14 Satrunan Pillai a/l Jayakumar RM, RW 7/4/95
17 Mohd Fahmi Faizal CM, DM 22/5/96
19 Muhd Hazeq Rezal CM 1996
23 Muhd Sahnizam Jamil CM 22/11/95
25 Aikal Aidil Azlan LW, LM 21/2/96
Forwards
7 Mohd Shafiqee Fitri Nor Azman ST 9/2/96
10 Muhd Shambri Haizam Sulaiman ST 10/6/96
22 Mahaidil Majid ST 1996

Source:[27]

Johor Darul Ta'zim IV[edit]

No. Name Pos. D.O.B
Goalkeepers
1 Muhammad Yusri Tan Ser GK 1997
19 Mohd Ikram Nasiran GK 26/02/98
22 Muhamad Fazeli Muhamad Salleh GK 1997
25 Muhd Khaled Abdul Razak GK 10/01/97
Defenders
2 Zahin Soopi Ismail RB, RWB 1997
3 Muhammad Amirul Izzuddin Zulkarnain LB, LWB 28/01/97
4 Nur Ismail Sukandar CB 1997
5 Muhammad Nashrul Eiman Hamdan CB 08/02/98
6 Muhammad Syaiful Haziq Baharuddin CB 1997
8 Muhd Fazhan Fikri Mohd Rahim RB, RWB 1997
18 Mohamad Firdaus Abdul Jabar CB 09/12/97
20 Ahmad Ikhwan Hafiz CB 28/02/98
24 Yogaraj a/l Murugan LB, LWB 1997
27 Mohd Sharin Mohd Maznan LB, LWB 1998
Midfielders
9 Muhd Khaizuran Putera AM, CM 07/01/97
11 Mohamad Khairullah Abdul Halim CM 21/05/97
12 Wan Muhd Iman Iltizam Wan Zulkifli LM, LW 29/08/98
13 Arif Akmal Abdul Talib DM, CM 1998
15 Lukman Hakim Ibrahim RM, RW 02/10/97
16 Linkeswar a/l Ravi LM, LW 04/02/98
17 Mohd Faiz Mohd Nasir RM, RW 06/01/98
26 Mohd Aidil Hidayat Mohd Hazlin CM 30/01/98
28 Mohd Ikhmal Abdul Thani AM, RW, LW 1998
30 Amirul Syahmi Azmi CM 1998
31 Muhd Hafizee Aba'i CM, DM 05/05/98
Forwards
7 Azrul Azuan Ali ST 1997
10 Ahmad Fahmi Mohd Shohir ST 23/01/98
14 Mohd Thaqif Fikri Mohd Khalid ST 1998
21 Muhammad Yusof Abdullah ST 26/11/98
23 Nabil Abrisam Zainudin ST 1997
29 Mohd Shamim Mohd Maznan ST 1997

Source:[28]

Ranking[edit]

AFC Club Ranking[edit]

As of 26 November 2015.[29]
Current Rank Country Team
66 Japan Kashima Antlers
66 Japan Vegalta Sendai
68 Malaysia Johor Darul Ta'zim
69 Lebanon Al-Safa' SC
70 Vietnam Hà Nội T&T

Current Backroom and Coaching Staff[edit]

Position Name
Patron Malaysia Tunku Ismail Sultan Ibrahim
Director of Sport Australia Alistair Edwards
Manager Argentina Mario Gómez
Head Coach Argentina Mario Gómez
Asst. Head Coach 1 Argentina Raúl Longhi
Asst. Head Coach 2 Malaysia Ismail Ibrahim
Goalkeeping Coach Malaysia Khairul Azman Mohamed
Fitness Coach Uruguay Fernando González
Physio Malaysia Fariq Mohd Yusof
Head of Youth Development Malaysia K. Sukumaran
U21 Head Coach Croatia Ervin Boban
U21 Asst. Head Coach Malaysia Salehan Mohd Som
U21 Coach Malaysia Fazail Mat Nayan
U21 Fitness Coach Malaysia Isz Mohd Shahrom Idris
U21 Goalkeeping Coach Malaysia Amirullah Abdul Ghani
U21 Physio Malaysia Mohd Syafiq Zakaria
U19 Head Coach Malaysia Hamzani Omar
U19 Asst. Head Coach Malaysia Mohd Nazri Yunos
U19 Coach Malaysia Rozi Abdul Hamid
U19 Goalkeeping Coach Malaysia Mohd Sany Fahmy
U19 Physio Malaysia Rafienudeen Ramlee
Chief Scout Malaysia Abdul Nasir Mohd Yusof
Scout Malaysia Idris Abdul Karim

Source:[26] Source:[30]

Head Coach history[edit]

Head Coach by years (1998–present)

Name From To Honours
England Ron Smith 1998 1999
England Bruce Stowell 1999 2001 2001 Malaysia Premier 2 League
Australia Raul Carrizo 2005
Malaysia Ramlan Rashid 2005 2010
Malaysia Azuan Zain 2011
Malaysia K. Devan 2012
Malaysia Sazali Saidon
Singapore Fandi Ahmad 2012 2013
Malaysia Azmi Mohamed 2013
(interim)
Spain César Ferrando Dec 2013 April 2014
Croatia Bojan Hodak April 2014 April 2015 2014 Malaysia Super League
2015 Malaysia Charity Shield
Argentina Mario Gómez April 2015 Present 2015 Malaysia Super League
2015 AFC Cup
2016 Malaysia Charity Shield
2016 Malaysia FA Cup

Honours[edit]

Domestic[edit]

League[edit]

Cups[edit]

International[edit]

Performance in AFC competitions[edit]

Home Attendance[edit]

Home Matches (All Competitions) played at Larkin Stadium.

Year Total Domestic Asia
Malaysia Super League Malaysia FA Cup Malaysia Cup AFC Cup AFC Champions League
Attendance Match(s) Average Attendance Match(s) Average Attendance Match(s) Average Attendance Match(s) Average Attendance Match(s) Average Attendance Match(s) Average
2015 318,689 20 15,934 184,198 11 16,745 - - - 70,465 4 17,616 64,026 5 12,805 - - -
2016 248,203 15 16,547 119,213 7 17,030 69,273 3 23,091 7,430 1 7,430 52,287 4 13,072 - - -

Note: Average = Average Attendance Per Match

Sources: Football Association of Malaysia - SPMB, Asian Football Confederation - AFC Cup, AFC Champions League

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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  2. ^ "JDT's Argentine connection ensured that The Southern Tigers edged The Crocs to win their first Malaysian Super League title". Goal.com. 25 June 2014. Archived from the original on 25 June 2014. 
  3. ^ a b "JDT skipper Safiq Rahim named AFC Cup final MVP | AFC". www.the-afc.com. Retrieved 2016-07-21. 
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  5. ^ 2003 Malaysia Premier 1 League
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  14. ^ JDT Sponsors (At the bottom of the page, shows the Sponsors Retrieved 30 December 2010
  15. ^ "Lokasi Baru Markaz Boys Of Straits Dirasmikan.". MalaysiaKini. 23 November 2011. Retrieved 13 November 2014. 
  16. ^ "INTER JOHOR FIRMS GROUP not RECOGNISED AS JOHOREANS BECAUSE WE DON'T ACCEPT HOOLIGANS". stadiumjohor.com. Retrieved 8 December 2014. 
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  20. ^ http://us.soccerway.com/national/malaysia/super-league/2016/regular-season/r34288/
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  29. ^ "AFC Football / Soccer Clubs Ranking" (PDF). 
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External links[edit]

Achievements
Preceded by
Qadsia SC
AFC Cup Champions
2015
Succeeded by
incumbent
Preceded by
LionsXII
Malaysia Super League Champions
2014 . 2015
Succeeded by
incumbent
Preceded by
LionsXII
Malaysia FA Cup Champions
2016
Succeeded by
incumbent
Preceded by
Pahang FA
Malaysia Charity Shield Champions
2015 . 2016
Succeeded by
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