Negeri Sembilan FA

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PB Negeri Sembilan
PersatuanBolasepakNegeriSembilan.png
Full name Persatuan Bolasepak Negeri Sembilan
Nickname(s)
  • The Jangs (Si Rusa)
Founded 1923; 94 years ago (1923)
Ground Tuanku Abdul Rahman Stadium
Ground Capacity 45,000[1]
Chairman Mohammad Hassan
Coach Mohd Asri Ninggal
League Liga Premier
2016 Liga Premier, 4th
Website Club home page
Current season

PB Negeri Sembilan is a Malaysian professional football club that is governed by the Persatuan Bolasepak Negeri Sembilan. The club is based in Seremban, Negeri Sembilan. They were founded in 1923.

PB Negeri Sembilan won their first major honour in 1948 Malaysia Cup.

Names[edit]

  • 1923–2007: Negeri Sembilan FA
  • 2008: Negeri Sembilan Naza
  • 2009–2014: Negeri Sembilan FA
  • 2015: Negeri Sembilan Matrix (NS Matrix)[2]
  • 2016–present: Negeri Sembilan FA

History[edit]

Negeri Sembilan FA was established in 1923 according to a passage in the football history books of Malaysia through an interview with Austin Senevirathe, 93 years old when interviewed. He stated about a match that happened between Negeri Sembilan and Singapore for Malaya Cup (Malaysia Cup) in that particular year.

Negeri Sembilan FA is considered as one of the top competing team in the history of football since its establishment. They have won many top competitions in Malaysia starting from the early 1940s.

In the early season of 2011, one of the team's all-time best coach, Wan Jamak Wan Hassan resigned from Negeri Sembilan. He sees no excuses for the team’s disappointing run in the Malaysia Super League and Malaysia FA Cup competition for that season.[3]

Stadium[edit]

Tuanku Abdul Rahman Stadium
STAR
Stadium Tuanku Abdul Rahman, Paroi.jpg
Location Paroi, Seremban
Owner Majlis Perbandaran Seremban
Capacity 40,000
Field size 120m x 70m
Surface Grass pitch
Track
Construction
Opened 1992
Renovated 2004
Tenants
Negeri Sembilan FA

Tuanku Abdul Rahman Stadium also known as STAR of Paroi is a multi-purpose stadium in Paroi, Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia. It is currently used mostly for football matches. The stadium holds 20,000 people and opened in 1992. In 2004 the capacity of stadium has been expanded to 40,000 people due to hosting 2004 X Sukma Games.

Malaysia Cup[edit]

On 7 November 2009, Negeri Sembilan FA ended their 61-year drought in the Malaysia Cup after posting a convincing 3–1 victory over Kelantan FA in the final at the National Stadium, Bukit Jalil.

The repeat Final 2009 between the team and Kelantan happened again on 30 October 2010. However this time, Negeri lost 1–2 to Kelantan although having an early lead through penalty by Shahurain Abu Samah.[4]

In 2011, Negeri Sembilan again qualified to Malaysia Cup Final for the third time in a row this time with their new coach Mohd Azraai Khor Abdullah. They won the trophy after defeating Terengganu FA with an epic comeback. The first goal was scored by Mohd Ashaari Shamsuddin for Terengganu in the 59th minutes. Negeri used the last 10 minutes of the game to make a comeback. S. Kunanlan equalised the score in the 81st minute before Hairuddin Omar, the veteran striker hit the winning goal for Negeri with a beautiful volley in the 85th minutes.[5]

Honours[edit]

Winners (3): 1948, 2009, 2011
Winners (2): 2003, 2010
Winners: 2012
Winners: 2006
Winners: 1991

Asian[edit]

Group Stage: 2004, 2007
Withdrew: 2010

Club records[edit]

Updated on 22 October 2016.

Note:

  • Pld = Played, W = Won, D = Drawn, L = Lost, F = Goals for, A = Goals against, Pts= Points, Pos = Position

  1st or Champions   2nd or Runner-up   3rd place   Promotion   Relegation

Season League Cup Asia
Division Pld W D L F A Pts Pos Charity Malaysia FA Competition Result
2004 Liga Premier 24 10 8 6 45 35 38 4th Runner-up Quarter-finals Quarter-finals AFC Cup Group stage
2005 Liga Premier 21 16 1 4 45 19 49 1st  – Group stage 1st round  –  –
2005–06 Super League 21 12 4 5 26 14 40 1st  – Runner-up Semi-finals  –  –
2006–07 Super League 24 6 6 12 29 46 24 11th  – Quarter-finals 2nd round AFC Cup Group stage
2007–08 Super League 24 14 6 4 48 30 48 2nd  – Group stage 2nd round  –  –
2009 Super League 26 11 5 10 44 35 38 7th  – Champions Semi-finals  –  –
2010 Super League 26 11 5 10 40 31 38 6th Runner-up Runner-up Champions  –  –
2011 Super League 26 8 8 10 29 32 32 8th  – Champions 2nd round  –  –
2012 Super League 26 10 7 9 41 38 38 6th Champions Quarter-finals 1st round  –  –
2013 Super League 22 1 7 14 11 28 10 12th  – Group stage Quarter-finals  –  –
2014 Liga Premier 22 8 6 8 26 28 30 6th  – Play-off 1st round  –  –
2015 Liga Premier 22 8 8 6 33 28 32 6th  – Play-off 2nd round  –  –
2016 Liga Premier 22 9 8 5 40 26 35 4th  – Quarter-finals 3rd round  –  –
2017 Liga Premier  — Semi-finals  —  —

Source:[6][7]

Individual player awards[edit]

M-League Golden boot winners[edit]

Season Player Goals
2012 Cameroon Jean-Emmanuel Effa Owona 15
2015 Liberia Francis Doe 17

M-League Top goalscorers[edit]

Season Player Goals
2004 Malaysia Shahrin Abdul Majid 11
2005–06 Cameroon Christian Bekamenga 8
2006–07 Angola Frederico Dos Santos 18
2007–08 Malaysia Zaquan Adha 14
2009 Malaysia Zaquan Adha 22
2010 Malaysia Zaquan Adha 13
2011 Malaysia Hairuddin Omar 11
2012 Cameroon Jean-Emmanuel Effa Owona 23
2013 Brazil Fábio Leandro Barbosa 6
2014 Korea Kim Jin-Ryong 8
2015 Liberia Francis Doe 19
2016 Australia Andrew Nabbout 9

Kit manufacturers and financial sponsor[edit]

Mizuno

Nation Corporation
Material manufacturers
Italy Lotto
Italy Kappa
Financial sponsors
Malaysia Matrix Concept Group

Previous Kit Supplier and Sponsor

Period Manufacturer Shirt Sponsor
2005 Lotto TM Net
2005-06 TM & Naza
2006-07
2008-2010 Kappa TM
2011–2013 Lotto Matrix Concept Group
2014 Kika
2015 Kappa
2016 Mizuno

Players[edit]

No. Name Age Nat. Pos. D.O.B.
Goalkeepers
1 Ezad Ariff Jamaludin (on loan to MIFA) 21 Malaysia GK 10/10/95
12 Kaharuddin Rahman 24 Malaysia GK 7/8/91
25 Saiful Amar Sudar 34 Malaysia GK 10/6/82
30 Mohd Yatim Abdullah 23 Malaysia GK 12/12/92
Defenders
4 Muhd Fauzan Mohd Fauzi 21 Malaysia RB, RWB 7/1/95
5 Annas Rahmat 21 Malaysia CB 7/11/94
6 Mohd Nasriq Baharom 28 Malaysia CB, RB, LB 8/2/87
13 Noor Hazrul Mustafa 28 Malaysia LB, RB, RM, LM 11/10/88
15 Mohd Ashmawi Yakin 22 Malaysia RB, RWB 1/1/94
18 Mohd Shazlan Alias 26 Malaysia RB, RWB 27/12/89
20 Hariri Mohd Safii 26 Malaysia LB, LWB 18/1/89
28 Arman Fareez Ali 27 Malaysia RB, LB, CB 10/10/89
52 Mohd Sabre Mat Abu 29 Malaysia RB, LB, CB, DM 8/8/87
55 Nik Shahrul Azim Abdul Halim (on loan from Kelantan) 26 Malaysia RB, CB 30/12/90
Midfielders
3 R. Aroon Kumar 21 Malaysia DM, CM, RB, RWB 18/3/94
8 Shahrul Igwan Samsudin 21 Malaysia LW,RW 17/5/94
9 Mohd Faizal Abu Bakar 26 Malaysia CM, AM, RW, RM 20/9/90
14 Ahmad Hazeri Hamid 23 Malaysia RM, RW 19/9/93
16 Mohd Norhafizzuan Jailani 26 Malaysia CM, AM 7/8/89
17 Muhd Izuan Salahuddin 25 Malaysia LW, LM 31/10/1991
19 Khairul Anwar Shahrudin 26 Malaysia LW, LM 9/10/90
23 Muhd Nizam Ruslan 22 Malaysia RW,LW 6/4/94
26 Nemanja Vidić 27 Serbia DM, CM, CB 6/8/89
27 Izzudin Zainudin 23 Malaysia CM 27/9/93
Forwards
2 Lee Tuck 28 England RW, LW, ST 30/6/88
7 Bruno Suzuki 26 Japan ST 20/5/90
10 Jonathan Béhé 28 France ST 13/1/89
21 Mohd Rahizi Mohd Rasib (on loan to Felcra) 21 Malaysia ST 30/9/94
22 Farderin Kadir (on loan from PKNS) 29 Malaysia ST 30/1/87

Transfer 2017[edit]

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

U21 Squad[edit]

No. Name Nationality Position D.O.B
Goalkeepers
1 Muhamad Faris Muhamad Kamaruddin Malaysia GK 9/11/97
22 Muhammad Aizat Roslim Malaysia GK 1998
25 Aieman Abdul Jalil Malaysia GK 1999
Defenders
2 Muhammad Faris Mohd Ariffin Malaysia RB/RM 6/6/96
4 Muhammad Shukery Mohd Hanafi Malaysia CB 1/11/97
5 Ahmad Nazri Muhamad Malaysia CB 1997
8 Muhammad Danish Haziq Saipul Hisham Malaysia RB/RWB/DM 21/9/97
15 Mohamad Nor Hamizikri Hamid Malaysia LB/LWB/LM 21/4/97
17 Kalaiharasan a/l Letchumanan Malaysia CB 17/3/96
20 Mohd Ridwan bin Iskandar Zulkarnaen Malaysia LB/LWB 12/1/98
27 Muhd Idham Zuhair Roslisam Malaysia CB 20/10/98
Midfielders
3 Ahmad Hijazi Mohd Muhyiddin Malaysia LM/LB 27/2/97
6 Muhamad Asraf Roslan Malaysia CM 3/4/96
7 Muhd Shamsuddin Abdul Rahman Malaysia AM/CM 1996
11 Muhamad Alif Romli Malaysia AM/CM 1997
13 Durrkeswaran a/l Ganasan Malaysia LW/LM 5/7/97
14 Danial Hadri bin Effendi Jagan Malaysia CM 22/8/96
16 Muhammad Fekry Azram Shariff Malaysia CM 11/10/97
19 Mohd Farouq Adam Khan Malaysia RW/RM 22/6/99
23 Muhammad Mirza Mazlan Malaysia DM/CM 1996
24 Mohammad Aiman Mohamad Khalidi Malaysia RM/ RW 8/2/96
Forwards
9 Sean Eugene Selvaraj Malaysia ST,LW 11/4/96
10 Asmaie Alias Malaysia ST 21/5/99
12 Syahril Adzhar A'zalli Malaysia ST 1998
18 Mohd Alif Alfian Idris Malaysia ST 21/6/97
21 Mohd Fauzi Abdul Latif Malaysia ST 10/7/96

Source:[8]

U19 Squad[edit]

Currently plays in the Youth Cup tournament.

No. Name Nationality Position D.O.B
Goalkeepers
1 Ayyub Hakimi Saiful Affendi Malaysia GK 1998
20 Muhamad Hamka Daud Malaysia GK 18/2/98
21 Zalhasmie Haikal Muhd Hatta Malaysia GK 1999
Defenders
2 Jason a/l Ambrose Malaysia RB/RWB 1998
3 Muhammad Ibrahim Azfar Harun Malaysia LB/LWB 11/1/98
4 Muhamad Farhan Mohd Shahrin Malaysia CB/DM 30/11/98
5 Mohd Nazirul Mohd Sham Malaysia CB 1998
6 Muhammad Hammim Kamarulzaman Malaysia CB 24/2/99
13 Muhammad Nazmi Farhan A. Razak Malaysia LB/LWB 1999
16 Muhd Luqman Mohd Zailani Malaysia CB 12/10/99
Midfielders
7 Muhammad Cirmezi Md Hizam Malaysia RM/RB/RWB 30/9/98
9 Gevanesh a/l Santhira Mohan Malaysia RM/RW 1998
10 Khairul Anuar Yusri bin Lani Malaysia CM/AM 16/9/98
11 Muhamad Nabil Azizul Malaysia LM/LW 10/9/98
17 Muhammad Hafiq Haini Malaysia AM/CM 1998
18 Mathan a/l Munusamy Malaysia CM 1999
22 Muhamad Yusri Che Ramli Malaysia DM/CM 1999
23 Mohd Aliff Aiman Noor Azman Malaysia LM/LW 1/4/98
26 Muhammad Syafiq Md Yusof Malaysia CM 30/1/99
Forwards
12 Muhammad Hafizie Erwinshah Malaysia ST 1998
14 Muhamad Aideed Norman bin Farizuan Malaysia ST 1999
15 Muhammad Hakimie Abdul Latif Malaysia ST 1999
19 Muhamad Hakimi Kamarulzaman Malaysia ST 1998
24 Ahmad Nazri Mazafar Malaysia ST 1999
25 Mohd Haziq Fikri Haszaime Malaysia ST 2/3/99

Source:[9]

Club officials[edit]

Board members[edit]

Position Name
Chairman Malaysia Dato' Seri Utama Mohammad Hassan
Vice-President Malaysia Dato' Haji Mohd Haslah Mohd Amin
Honorable Secretary Malaysia Dato' Haji Abd. Halim bin Haji Abd. Latif

Management[edit]

Position Name
Chief Executive Officer
Head of Delegation Malaysia
General Manager Malaysia Dato' Abdul Ghani Haji Hassan
Assistant Manager Malaysia Satwant Singh Balwant Singh
Administrative Officer Malaysia
Security Officer Malaysia Anuar Abdul Rahman
Media Officer Malaysia Abdul Malek Haji Hassan
Liaison Officer Malaysia

Coaching and technical staff[edit]

Position Name
Technical Director Germany Jorg Peter Steinebrunner
Head team coach Malaysia Mohd Asri Ninggal
Assistant head coach Malaysia Hamirullah Abu
Goalkeeping coach Malaysia Ismadi Ismail
Coach Malaysia Ahmad Osman
Fitness coach Malaysia Joseph Ronald D'Angelus
Physiotherapist Malaysia Mohd Zainuddin Zakariar
Team Assistant Malaysia Shahrizal Mat Sah
Head of Youth Development Germany Jorg Peter Steinebrunner
U21 General Manager Malaysia Dato' Mohd Najeeb Abdullah
U21 Head coach Malaysia Sazali Saidon
U21 Assistant coach Malaysia Mohd Kuizwan Mohd Johari
U21 Goalkeeping coach Malaysia Azhar Dol
U21 Fitness coach Malaysia Khairal Afiq Jamal Abd Haziq
U21 Physiotherapist Malaysia Muzammil Zaharudin
U21 Massuer Malaysia Mohd Aim Fazli Abdul Rahim
U19 Manager Malaysia Nik Shazly Anuar Noor Rosdy
U19 Head coach Malaysia Mohd Shafiq Jonny Abdullah
U19 Assistant coach Malaysia Noorisham Kamarudin
U19 Coach Malaysia Mohd Isa Abas
U19 Coach Malaysia Afi Mohd Zulkafulee
U19 Fitness coach Malaysia Mohd Khairul Amirul Mohd Azizul
U19 Goalkeeping coach Malaysia Fadli Mohd Faksi@Mohd Fausi
U19 Physiotherapist Malaysia Muhammad Shadiduddin Bin Sehat
U19 Massuer Malaysia Muhammad Naim Mazlan

Coaches[edit]

Tenure Coach Achievement
1981—1982 Malaysia Tony Chia
1983—1984 Malaysia Zainuddin Hussein
1985—1986 Malaysia Tony Chia
1987 Brazil Manilton Santos
July 1987 Malaysia Tony Chia
1988—1989 Malaysia Zainuddin Hussein
September 1989 Malaysia M. Kuppan
1990—1991 Malaysia Ruslan Yaakob 1991 Division 2 League
1992—1993 Slovakia Josef Herel
1994—1998 Malaysia M. Karathu
1998—1999 Malaysia Irfan Bakti Abu Salim
2000—2002 Malaysia Mohd Zaki Sheikh Ahmad
2003—2006 Malaysia K. Devan FA Cup Malaysia 2003
2005–06 Super League
2006—2007 Tunisia Hatem Souissi
2007—2011 Malaysia Wan Jamak Wan Hassan Malaysia Cup 2009
FA Cup Malaysia 2010
2011—2012 Malaysia Mohd Azraai Khor Abdullah Malaysia Cup 2011
Malaysia Charity Shield 2012
2013 Portugal Divaldo Alves
May 2013 Malaysia Ridzuan Abu Shah Caretaker
2014 Singapore V. Sundramoorthy
2015 Malaysia K. Devan
2016 Australia Gary Michael Phillips
2017 Malaysia Mohd Asri Ninggal

Football Clubs[edit]

Direct Clubs under direct supervision of the Association[edit]

Affiliated Clubs within the Association[edit]

Affiliated Clubs outside the Association[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Capacity of Tuanku Abdul Rahman Stadium". Worldstadiums.com. 
  2. ^ "Pasukan NS dikenali NS Matrix musim depan". The Rakyat Post. Malaysia. 6 December 2015. 
  3. ^ "Wan Jamak leaves Negri following team’s dismal run this season". The Star (Malaysia). Retrieved 20 March 2006. 
  4. ^ "Kelantan come from behind to lift maiden M'sia Cup title". The Star (Malaysia). Retrieved 31 October 2010. 
  5. ^ "Negeri Sembilan Wins Malaysia Cup title". Demotix. Retrieved 29 October 2011. 
  6. ^ "Summary - Liga Premier - Malaysia - Results, fixtures, tables and news - Soccerway". 
  7. ^ "Malaysia 2016". 
  8. ^ "NS U21". www.pengurusanbolasepakfam.org.my. Retrieved 23 February 2017. 
  9. ^ "NS U19". www.pengurusanbolasepakfam.org.my. Retrieved 24 February 2017. 

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