Johor Darul Ta'zim II F.C.

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Johor Darul Ta'zim F.C. II
Johor Darul Ta'zim F.C..svg
Full name Johor Darul Ta'zim Football Club II
Nickname(s)
  • The Southern Tigers (Harimau Selatan)
Founded 2014 (as feeder team of JDT)
Ground Pasir Gudang Stadium
Ground Capacity 15,000
Owner Tunku Ismail Sultan Ibrahim[1]
Coach Benjamin Mora
League Liga Premier
2016 Liga Premier, 3rd
Website Club home page
Current season

The Johor Darul Ta'zim F.C. II or simply JDT II is a Malaysian football team which competes in the Liga Premier. JDT II is a feeder team for Johor Darul Ta'zim.

The club competes in the Liga Premier, the second division professional football league in Malaysia.

History[edit]

JDT II was founded as Johor FA in 1955 and are known as one of the "second-wave" football teams to participate in Malaysian football league (first-wave are Kedah, Selangor etc.;). In its early years, the team was based in Kluang, Johor under the guidance of its Johor Football Association. In 1964, the southern-side team moved to Tan Sri Dato' Haji Hassan Yunos Stadium. Few changes in the management of Johor Football Association in the 1970s saw Datuk Suleiman Mohd Noor appointed as president and team manager. Under his management, the team rose as a formidable team in the football scene. This was proven some years later when JDT II won Piala Razak trophy in 1983 and their first ever Malaysia Cup trophy in 1985 and also Piala Sultan Haji Ahmad Shah (better known as Piala Sumbangsih) in 1986 under then coach, Ahmad Esa.

When the game went Semi-Pro in 1989, Johor was the first team to win the Malaysia Cup and the Malaysia League in 1991, thus achieved a "Grand Double", first ever by a team in this country during that Semi-Pro period. It was also a second Malaysia Cup for the Johor team. In 1992, JDT II finished seventh in the league, their worst standings since 1989. This was proven crucial for the former coach, Michael Urukalo, as he was dismissed and replaced by Wan Jamak Wan Hassan. JDT II see off their 1993 season well, standing at fifth position even without two of their cup-winners import players, Abbas Saad and Alistair Edwards. The team then went on with years of trophyless drought until 1998, when they won their first FA Cup. The next season saw the team clinching promotion to top division in winning the Liga Premier title. JDT II had a tough seasons in the Premier One League and finally were relegated back to Premier Two League in 2001 after two years in top-flight division.

For the 2006–07 Liga Premier competition, Johor FA decided to compete under the sponsored name Johor PBT Pasir Gudang (or Johor Pasir Gudang). They were given the green light by Football Association of Malaysia on 9 January 2007 to compete under the new name. Reasons behind the change for the team's name are controversial because the team had to merged with now-defunct Pasir Gudang United F.C. which caused an unrest amongst supporters. However, there are another reason because the Pasir Gudang Local Authority (PBTPG), now known as Majlis Perbandaran Pasir Gudang (MPPG), is Johor FA's main sponsor during that season.

Club's names[edit]

  • 1955–2006  : Johor Football Association (Johor FA)
  • 2006–2007  : Johor Pihak Berkuasa Tempatan Pasir Gudang (Johor PBT Pasir Gudang)
  • 2007–2013  : Johor Football Association (Johor FA)
  • 2013–present : Johor Darul Ta'zim Football Club (Johor Darul Ta'zim II)

Honours[edit]

Domestic[edit]

League[edit]

  • Winners (1): 1991[2]
  • Runners-up (1): 1985[3]
  • Winners (1): 1999[4]

Cups[edit]

  • Winners (2): 1985,[3] 1991[5]
  • Runners-up (1): 1986[6]
  • Winners (1): 1998[7]
  • Winners (1): 1986[5]
  • Runners-up (2): 1992,[5] 1999[5]
  • Crown Prince of Johor Cup
  • Winners (1): 2012

International[edit]

Current squad[edit]

No. Name Nat. D.O.B. Pos.
Goalkeepers
1 Samuel Somerville Malaysia 06/08/94 GK
22 Ernest Wong Malaysia 10/11/90 GK
29 K. Sasikumar Malaysia 27/11/89 GK
Defender
2 Che Rashid Che Halim Malaysia 17/12/94 RB,LB
3 Daniel Ting Malaysia 12/01/92 CB,LB
4 Samuel Cáceres Paraguay 20/03/89 CB
15 Hariz Kamarudin Malaysia 02/07/97 RB,LB
24 Hafiy Haikal Malaysia 24/04/98 CB, DM
26 Amer Saidin Malaysia 25/07/92 CB
Midfielders
6 Alex Smith Australia 16/07/85 CM
7 Irfan Fazail Malaysia 12/04/91 CM
8 D. Saarvindran Malaysia 18/10/92 RW,CM
10 Nicolás Fernández (c) Argentina 17/11/86 AM, CM
12 Syafiq Heelmi Malaysia 15/03/98 LW, LM
13 Faiz Isa Malaysia 09/01/95 LW, LM
18 Yuhendri Rusdi Malaysia 04/08/94 AM, CM
21 Syazwan Andik Malaysia 04/08/96 LB, LWB, LM, LW
23 Ramzi Haziq Malaysia 23/12/94 RW, ST
27 Aikal Aidil Malaysia 21/06/96 LW, RW
Strikers
9 Shafiq Shaharudin Malaysia 26/03/94 ST, RW
11 Rozaimi Abdul Rahman Malaysia 11/06/92 ST, LW
14 J. Satrunan Malaysia 07/04/95 RW
16 Shahwan Shaharudin Malaysia 16/03/95 RW, RM
19 Syahrul Azwari Malaysia 12/01/93 ST, RW
30 Jerónimo Barrales Argentina 28/01/1987 ST

(C) is the team Captain.
(VC) is the team Vice-captain.

Transfers 2017[edit]

For recent transfers, see List of Malaysian football transfers 2017 and List of Malaysian football transfers summer 2016,List of Malaysian football transfers summer 2017

Current coaching staff[edit]

Position Name
Manager Malaysia Mohd Za'nal Misran
Head Coach Mexico Benjamin Mora
Assistant Coach Malaysia Hamzani Omar
Malaysia Ramlan Rashid
Fitness Coach Malaysia Azmi Ibrahim
Goalkeeping coach Malaysia Jalil Man
Physiotherapist Malaysia Lifizan Haili

Source:[9]

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ The Independent (October 8, 2016). "Venga’s picture of Prince eyeing Chuan-Jin at Causeway Challenge amuses". The Independent (Singapore). 
  2. ^ "Malaysia – List of Champions". rsssf.com. Retrieved 5 July 2014. 
  3. ^ a b "Malaysia 1985". rsssf.com. Retrieved 5 July 2014. 
  4. ^ "Malaysia – List of Second Level Champions". rsssf.com. Retrieved 5 July 2014. 
  5. ^ a b c d "Malaysia – List of Cup Winners". rsssf.com. Retrieved 5 July 2014. 
  6. ^ "Malaysia 1986". rsssf.com. Retrieved 5 July 2014. 
  7. ^ "Malaysia 1998". rsssf.com. Retrieved 5 July 2014. 
  8. ^ "Brunei – Football at the Brunei Merdeka Games". Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation. Retrieved 23 December 2012. 
  9. ^ "PBNJ Development Plan (Youth) – PART I". Johor Southern Tigers. Retrieved 30 December 2013. 
  10. ^ "Ask PM to remove Johor from M'sia, crown prince tells envious lot". Malaysiakini. 1 Jun 2016. 
  11. ^ "Crown prince recalls 'dark history' of 1992 under Mahathir". Malaysiakini. 23 Mar 2016,.  Check date values in: |date= (help)
  12. ^ "Johor crown prince hits critics with 'giant' handshake video". AsiaOne News. PETALING JAYA. Feb 22, 2016.