Malacca United F.C.

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Malacca United FC
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Full name Malacca United Football Club
Nickname(s) Hang Tuah
Sang Kancil
Founded 1924 as Malacca FA
Ground Hang Jebat Stadium
Malacca, Malaysia
Ground Capacity 42,000
Owner Malacca United Soccer Association
Manager Mohd Yusoff Mahadi
Coach Mat Zan Mat Aris
League FAM League
2014 FAM League, 6th

The Malacca United SA enters a team in Malaysian football competitions to represent the state of Malacca. The team is based in Malacca Town. They currently play in the third-tier division in Malaysian football, the Malaysia FAM League.

Their home stadium is the Hang Jebat Stadium in Paya Rumput which was built for the purpose of the 2010 Sukma Games. The club previously used the Hang Tuah Stadium as their home ground.

The club's nickname was Mousedeer before it was recently changed to Hang Tuah, the name being synonymous with strength and intelligence.

Kits[edit]

Period Kit manufacturer Shirt sponsor
1982–1988 schwarzenbach None
2005–2010 Warrior (company)
2011–2012 Ambros
2014 Van Damme

Honours[edit]

Domestic[edit]

Title Winners Runners-up
Division 1/Premier 1/Super League (1x) 1983
Division 2/Premier 2/Premier League
Malaysian FA Cup
Malaysia Cup
Malaysia FAM Cup 1957,1958 (2x)
Malaysian Charity Shield

Youth[edit]

Title Winners Runners-up
Malaysia President Cup (1x) 1993 1990 (1x)

Performance in AFC competitions[edit]

1986: ASEAN Qualifying (4th Place)

Malacca United's FAM League Current Squad[edit]

Current squad[edit]

No. Name Nationality Position
Goalkeeper
22 Izzat Abdul Rahim Malaysia GK
1 Ahmad Solehin Mamat Malaysia GK
Mohd Hafizul Hakim Khirul Nizam Malaysia GK
Defenders
2 Billy Doliente Malaysia CB
5 Rahmat Naemat Malaysia CB
26 Muhd Sabri Adam Malaysia CB
Fiqri Azwan Ghazali Malaysia LB
3 Mohamad Faiz Suhaimi Malaysia RB
Mohd Afiq Azuan Malaysia RB
13 Syafiq Azri Ahmad Kamal Malaysia LB
29 Mohd Ahzuan Khan Malaysia CB,RB,LB
Midfielders
23 Jasmir Mehat Malaysia RM,RW
10 Rexjeson Pitirus Malaysia AM,ST
Mohd Azizan Baba (captain) Malaysia DM,CM
Mohd Aliff Mazlan Malaysia CM
4 Muhd Hafizan Talib Malaysia LM,LW
8 Famirul Asyraf Sayuti Malaysia RW,RM
7 Mohd Zahari Zubir Malaysia CM,AM
16 Mohd Iskandar Hanapiah Malaysia RM,RW
Muhammad Zahiruddin Zulkifli Malaysia LW,LM
15 Mohammad Asif Mohd Azman Malaysia CM
Strikers
Mohd Zaidi Zubir Malaysia ST
19 Nurshamil Abdul Ghani Malaysia ST
14 Mohd Muinuddin Mokhtar Malaysia ST
17 Muhd Shaizil Japarey Malaysia ST

2015 President's Cup Squad[edit]

Player 2015

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 Muhammad Fahmie Hanapiah
2 Malaysia DF Khairul Anuar Johari
3 Malaysia DF Mohd Sapuan Anzahari
4 Malaysia DF Muhammad Rafiq Zikrie Abdul Rahman
5 Malaysia DF Muhammad Ibni Yanto
6 Malaysia DF Al Annas Alwi
7 Malaysia MF Muhd Rafiuddin Abdul Rahman
8 Malaysia FW Muhammad Shamerul Abdul Aziz
9 Malaysia MF Mohd Saifuddin Mohd Isa
10 Malaysia FW Muhammad Shahrul Fazrin Abdul Aziz
11 Malaysia MF Durrkeswaran a/l Ganesan
12 Malaysia MF Muhammad Kamil Ismail
13 Malaysia MF Muhammad Syahidan Rajak
14 Malaysia FW Mohammad Shamirul Shameer Mazlan
No. Position Player
15 Malaysia MF Nazril Shahmir Hassan
16 Malaysia DF Muhammad Tajudin Baharom
17 Malaysia DF Muhammad Amirul Fikry Jamil
18 Malaysia DF Muhammad Fhaiz Rahim
19 Malaysia DF Muhammad Saiful Amirul Nasharuddin
20 Malaysia MF Norfaizatul Iqbal Ayub
21 Malaysia GK Muhammad Redzuan Ghazali
22 Malaysia GK Muhammad Irfan Mohd Nor
23 Malaysia DF Muhammad Izzat Mohd Sino
24 Malaysia FW Muhammad Adlan Fikry Mohd Zaidi
25 Malaysia MF Kannan a/l Suppiah
26 Malaysia FW Muhd Khaidir Zainal
27 Malaysia MF Mohd Adiwin Daini
28 Malaysia DF Mohd Nazirrul Aidin Tambi Chek

Source:[1]

2015 Youth Cup Squad[edit]

U19

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
2 Malaysia DF Muhammad Azwan Azhar
3 Malaysia DF Muhammad Irsyadduddin Jazi
4 Malaysia DF Nurhidayat Ghani
5 Malaysia DF Alif Najmi Zaini
6 Malaysia DF Wan Ahmad Fakharuddin
7 Malaysia MF Mohd Norazam Husin
8 Malaysia MF Muhamad Nazirrul Aidin Tambi Chek
9 Malaysia FW
10 Malaysia FW Muhammad Gaddafi Kamaludin
11 Malaysia FW Muhammad Shafiaizat Sapari
12 Malaysia MF Thilip Kumar
13 Malaysia MF Amirul Faizatul Jaafar
No. Position Player
14 Malaysia FW
15 Malaysia MF
16 Malaysia MF Muhammad Hanif Afandi A.Hadi
17 Malaysia FW Muhammad Nor Harith Roslan
18 Malaysia MF
19 Malaysia DF Vishnunaiker a/l Vispanathan
20 Malaysia MF Muhammad Aidilnizam Abdul Samad
21 Malaysia GK Muhammad Aizat Ilman Mokhtar
22 Malaysia GK Muhammad Aishamuddin Mohd Nor
23 Malaysia FW Muhammad Hazim Razali
24 Malaysia FW
25 Malaysia FW Mohd Nazrin

Team officials[edit]

Position Name
President Malaysia Datuk Wira Ir. Idris Haron
General Manager Malaysia Datuk Mohd Yusoff Hj Mahadi
Assistant Manager Malaysia
Head Coach Malaysia Mat Zan Mat Aris
Assistant Coach Malaysia Norizam Ali Hassan
Goalkeeper Coach Malaysia Mazlan Wahid
Physio Malaysia Iskandar Abdul Aziz
U21 Manager Malaysia Khairi Anuar Ahmad
U21 Assistant Manager Malaysia Tan Ching Yang
U21 Head Coach Malaysia Remeli Junit
U21 Assistant Coach Malaysia Sapian Abdul Wahid
U21 Fitness Coach Malaysia Syahrul Nizam Shamsudin
U21 Goalkeeper Coach Malaysia S. Rosli Hashim
U21 Physio Malaysia Fakhrusy Syakirin Yaazob
U19 Assistant Manager Malaysia Rahman Roslan
U19 Head Coach Malaysia G. Selvamohan
U19 Assistant Coach Malaysia Salleh Nordin
U19 Goalkeeper Coach Malaysia Rosly Sulaiman
U19 Physio Malaysia Rohairi

Team Managers[edit]

Year Manager
1999-02 Datuk Ibrahim Durum
2005 Datuk Chua Peng Song
2006–08 Karim Yaacob
2008– Mohd Yazid Khamis
2009–2010 Abdul Malik Kassim
2011–2013 Datuk Mohd Yunos Husin
April 2013– November 2013 Datuk Wira Idris Haron
November 2013 – present Datuk Mohd Yusoff Bin Hj Mahadi

Coaches[edit]

Year Coach
1992 Marco Bilic
1997 Mahathir Taha
1998 Mohd Shah Alias Norbit
1999 G. Torairaju
2000–01 Remeli Junit
2005 Ong Kim Swee
2005–06 E. Elavarasan
2007 K. Devan
2007–08 Ramli Junit
2008–09 Mohd Nick Sham Abdullah
2009–2010 Abdul Rahim Abdullah
2010 Mahathir Taha
2011 Manja Man
2012 G. Selvamohan
Jan 2013– Apr 2013 Mohd Asri Ninggal
April 2013 Hashim Abdullah
November 2013– Apr 2014 Ladislav Totkovič
September 2014– Mat Zan Mat Aris

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Pegawai Dan Pemain Pasukan Piala Presiden". Penyokong Bolasepak Melaka. Retrieved 1 January 2014. 

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