Malaysia Pahang Sports School

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Harimau Muda D
Nickname(s) Young Tigers
Association Football Association of Malaysia (FAM)
Sub-confederation AFF (Southeast Asia)
Confederation AFC (Asia)
Head coach Khalid Shahdan
Home stadium Padang Akademi Bolasepak Malaysia
FIFA code MAS
First colours
Second colours

The Malaysia Pahang Sports School (SSMP) or Sekolah Sukan Malaysia Pahang represents Malaysia in under-15 and under-16 tournaments. It is controlled by the Football Association of Malaysia. The school is located at the Gambang compound in Kuantan, Pahang. In 2014 SSMP competing in Malaysian President's Cup.[1] In 2015 SSMP will compete in Malaysia Youth League or U19 League.

Honours[edit]

Title Winners Runners-up
Division 1/Premier 1/Super League
Division 2/Premier 2/Premier League
Malaysia FAM Cup
Malaysian FA Cup
Malaysia Cup
Malaysian Charity Shield

International Records[edit]

Asian Confederation[edit]

AFC U-16 Championship record[edit]

Year Result Pld W D L GF GA
Japan 2004 Round 1 3 0 1 2 1 7
Indonesia 2006 Did Not Qualify
Uzbekistan 2008 Round 1 3 1 0 2 5 7
Uzbekistan 2010 Did Not Qualify
Iran 2012 Did Not Qualify
Thailand 2014 Quarter-final 4 2 0 2 4 4
Total 3/6 10 3 1 6 10 18

ASEAN Confederation[edit]

Domestic[edit]

Year League Position League
2014 6/10 President Cup Malaysia Group B
2015 2/15 2015 Malaysia Youth League

Coaching staffs[edit]

General Manager Malaysia Haji Idrus Othman
Assistant manager Malaysia
Head coach Malaysia Khalid Shahdan
Assistant coach Malaysia Maamal Hajiri Abdul Wahab
Coach Malaysia Somasundram a/l Periasamy
Goalkeeping coach Malaysia Mohd Fairuz Firdaus
Fitness coach Malaysia Zulkefli Shamsuddin
Physio Malaysia Mohd Efan Yusoff

Players[edit]

Current squad[edit]

No. Name Nationality Position D.O.B
Goalkeepers
1 Muhammad Asri Bin Muhamad Malaysia GK 2.10.1998
20 Muhammad Haziq Nadzli Malaysia GK 6.1.1998
25 Mohamad Ikram Nasiran Malaysia GK 26.2.1998
26 Muhamad Hamka Daud Malaysia GK 18.2.1998
Defenders
2 Muhammad Hafizuddin Khalid Malaysia RB 25.11.1998
3 Muhammad Amirul Ashraf Ariffin Malaysia LB 22.1.1998
4 Muhammad Ghaffar Abdul Rahman Malaysia CB 25.4.1998
6 Ariff Ar-rasyid Ariffin Malaysia CB 28.12.1998
5 Ali Imran Alimi Malaysia CB 2.2.1998
Mohamad Alief Iqbal bin Saidin Malaysia LB 18.12.1998
13 Ahmad Ikhwan bin Hafiz Malaysia RB 28.2.1998
Amirul Syazwan Nor Azmi Malaysia LB 7.1.1998
19 Shahrul Fadli Zamri Malaysia LB 2.3.1998
21 Muhammad Khairul Akmal Rokisham Malaysia CB 28.5.1998
28 Isa Shahamin Malaysia LB 1998
31 Mohd Shahrulnizam Ros Hasni Malaysia LB 25.5.1998
Midfielders
8 Muhammad Syazwan Salihin Malaysia CM 2.3.1998
10 Muhammad Amir Asyraf Malaysia AM,CM 1998
11 Amirul Hamer Malaysia RW, RM 27.2.1998
12 Mohamad Zulkhairi Mohamad Malaysia CM 22.6.1998
14 Ahmad Firdaus Ismail Malaysia CM, DM 15.4.1998
18 Muhamad Syamierul Razmee Jasmi Malaysia CM 20.3.1998
Muhammad Nur Ariff Mohd Jamili Malaysia LM, LW 31.7.1998
21 Muhammad Irfan Bakhtiar Malaysia AM, CM 23.6.1998
22 Muhammad Nabil Ramlee Malaysia RW, RM 21.2.1998
30 Muhd Rafie Mat Yaacob Malaysia CM 2.7.1998
32 Mohd Faris Fathullah Mohd Azam Malaysia CM, DM 20.8.1998
Forwards
7 Nik Muhammad Aufa bin Mazlan Malaysia ST 27.2.1998
9 Prosper George Malaysia ST 1998
15 Najib Abdullah Malaysia ST 23.4.1998
16 Ariusdius Jais Malaysia ST 7.7.1998
17 Mazlan Mohamad Malaysia ST 11.1.1998
27 Ahmad Fahmi Mohd Shohir Malaysia ST 23.1.1998

References[edit]

  1. ^ President Cup squad triumph over SSMP Daily Express (Malaysia), 11 March 2014

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