PDRM FA

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PDRM FA
PDRM FA.jpg
Full name Persatuan Bolasepak Polis Diraja Malaysia
Nickname(s) The Cops
Harimau Biru
Sang Saka Biru
Short name PDRM
Ground Hang Jebat Stadium
Ground Capacity 40,000
Chairman Noor Rashid Ibrahim
Coach Mohd Fauzi Pilus
League Malaysia Premier League
2016 Malaysia Super League, 11th (relegation)
Website Club home page
Current season

Persatuan Bolasepak Polis Diraja Malaysia (Royal Malaysia Police Association Football), or simply known as PDRM FA is an association football club associated with the entity of the Royal Malaysia Police, who play in the Malaysia Premier League, the second division of Malaysian football.

Domestically, Royal Police has won Malaysia Premier League, the second tier of Malaysian football in 2006–07 and 2014.[1] They also won the People's of Maldives Invitational Cup in 2015.

History[edit]

Premier league champions (2006)[edit]

During 2006–07 season, PDRM won the league and were promoted to Malaysia Super League in 2007–08. PDRM managed to keep up in the league as they finished their debut in the Malaysia's top flight at the seventh position.

Super league debut year (2009)[edit]

2009 was unfortunate for PDRM, the team failed to keep their in the Liga Super as they ended the league at the last spot and was relegated to Malaysia Premier League.

Recent history (2014–)[edit]

In 2014, the club named Malaysian football legend, Dollah Salleh as their head coach and brought quality foreign and local players to strengthen the squad and made their target to win the Premier League that year.[2] With lots of hard work and dedication, PDRM managed to finish the league at the top and promoted to the Super League as the champions of 2014 Malaysia Premier League.[3] Though, Dollah left PDRM as FAM decided to appoint him as the head coach of Harimau Malaya and Azman Adnan, who had been the assistant for him during the time took care of the club.[4]Ali Ashfaq from Maldives, who played a vital on PDRM's road to Super league won the Best Foreign Player Award in Malaysia national football awards in 2014.

PDRM camped at Hong Kong in late December 2014 and the club also participated and won the 2015 People's of Maldives Invitational Cup held in Maldives in January 2015.[5]

In 2015 Malaysia Super League, PDRM edged the defending champions of Liga Super, Johor Darul Ta'zim and Kelantan in their first games of the league. However, with several problems coming up from the squad, they finished the league at the 6th position in the first year after promotion in 2014. The Malian striker, Dramane Traore had been the main man scoring the goals for The Cops in 2015 season. Yet, Ali Ashfaq was nominated among the best three players for the Best Foreign Player Award in 2015.

On 15 January 2016, PDRM camped at Bangkok, Thailand with the new foreign signings, former JDT man, Andrezinho and Singaporean international, Safuwan Baharudin.

Kit manufacturer and shirt sponsor[edit]

Period Kit manufacturer Shirt sponsor
2012-2013 Line7 Perkasa Jauhari
2014 Kappa[6]
2015-2016 Line7

Club record[edit]

Update on 22 October 2016.
*Note :

  • P = Played, W = Win, D = Draw, L= Loss, F = Goal For, A = Goal Against, Pts = Points, Pos = Position

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

Season League Cup Other Asia
Division Pld W D L F A Pts Pos Charity Malaysia FA Competition Result
2004 Premier League 24 7 7 10 34 44 28 6th Not qualified 3rd round
2005 Premier League 21 2 3 16 15 51 9 8th Not qualified 1st round
2005–06 Premier League 21 12 10 8 38 26 46 6th Not qualified 2nd round
2006–07 Premier League 20 14 2 4 40 25 44 1st Group stage 1st round
2007–08 Super League 24 7 3 14 30 52 24 9th Quarter-finals Round of 32
2009 Super League 26 0 3 23 19 75 3 14th Group Stage Round of 16
2010 Premier League 22 8 4 10 37 41 28 7th Not qualified Round of 16
2011 Premier League 22 12 3 7 36 28 39 3rd Group Stage Round of 32
2012 Premier League 22 11 5 6 20 38 38 5th Not qualified Round of 32
2013 Premier League 22 7 4 11 41 39 25 7th Not qualified Round of 32 Trofeo Persija Group stage
2014 Premier League 22 16 4 2 63 23 52 1st Quarter-finals Quarter-finals
2015 Super League 22 11 2 9 42 39 35 6th Group stage Round of 16 Pomis Cup Champions
2016 Super League 22 5 6 11 21 32 21 11th Semi-finals Quarter-finals
2017 Premier League

Source:[7][8]

Individual player awards[edit]

M-League Golden boot winners[edit]

Season Player Goals
2012 Malaysia Khairul Izuan Abdullah 27
2015 Maldives Dramane Traore 19

M-League Top goalscorers[edit]

Season Player Goals
2011 Malaysia Khairul Izuan Abdullah 11
2012 Malaysia Khairul Izuan Abdullah 27
2013 Malaysia Khairul Izuan Abdullah 8
2014 Maldives Ali Ashfaq 27
2015 Mali Dramane Traore 20
2016 Maldives Ali Ashfaq 5

Records and statistics[edit]

Goalscorers[edit]

Competitive, professional matches only. Statistics from 2011-present
As of 22 January 2016
# Name Years League Cup League Cup Other[a] Total Ratio
1 Malaysia Khairul Izuan Abdullah 2009–present 47 (71) 0 (0) 0 (0) 0 (0) 47 (71) 0.66
2 Maldives Ali Ashfaq 2014–present 27 (37) 2 (5) 9 (12) 3 (4)[b] 41 (58) 0.71
3 Mali Dramane Traoré 2015 20 (20) 3 (2) 1 (1) 5 (4)[b] 29 (27) 1.07
4 Brazil Charles Chad 2014 13 (20) 3 (4) 3 (6) 0 (0) 19 (30) 0.63
5 Malaysia Bobby Gonzales 2014 8 (21) 1 (4) 3 (6) 0 (0) 12 (31) 0.39
6 The Gambia Muhamed Sumareh 2012–2015 5 (34) 1 (6) 2 (11) 0 (0) 9 (51) 0.18
7 Malaysia Fazuan Abdullah 2011 9 (18) 0 (0) 0 (0) 0 (0) 9 (18) 0.5
8 Malaysia Muhd Khairul Akhyar Hussain 2013 7 (19) 0 (0) 0 (0) 0 (0) 7 (19) 0.37
  1. ^ Includes POMIS Cup
  2. ^ a b All appearances in POMIS Cup

By competition[edit]

In a single season[edit]

Players[edit]

The squad contains four foreign players which includes one Asia visa and rest of all are local Malaysian players.

Current squad[edit]

As of 1 Jan 2017
Name Nat. Position
Goalkeepers
1 Firman Zamri Malaysia GK
22 Al-Hafiz Hamzah Malaysia GK
28 Hamdan Sairi Malaysia GK
Defenders
2 Julamri Muhammad Malaysia LB, LWB, LM
3 Kamarul Afiq Kamaruddin Malaysia CB
4 Izaaq Izhan Yuswardi Malaysia CB
12 Kamal Rodiarjat (C) Malaysia RB, RWB
17 Aiman Syazwan Abdullah Malaysia CB, RB, LB
20 Souleymane Konaté Mali CB
21 Safuwan Baharudin Singapore CB, DM, MC, AMC, ST
24 Ahmad Nizam Rodzi Malaysia LB, LWB, LM, LW
25 Nasril Izzat Jalil Malaysia RB,RWB
Midfielders
5 Lot Abu Hassan Malaysia RM, AM, CM, RW
6 Azrul Azman Malaysia DM, CB, CM
7 Fauzi Majid Malaysia CM, AM, RM, RW
10 Mohd Faizal Maliki Malaysia DM, CM
11 Mohd Faizol Hussien Malaysia CM
14 Nazri Kamal Malaysia RM, RW
15 Fréderic Pooda Ivory Coast CM, DM
16 Shahurain Abu Samah
(loan from PKNS FC)
Malaysia AM, CM, RM, RW
18 Christopher Keli Malaysia RM, RW
19 Amir Saiful Badeli Malaysia LM, LW
23 Hazwan Fakhrullah Malaysia LM, LW
26 Eskandar Ismail Malaysia DM, CM
Forwards
8 Mohd Nabil Ahmad Latpi Malaysia ST
9 Khairul Izuan Abdullah Malaysia ST
13 Dao Bakary Ivory Coast ST
27 Shakir Ali
(loan from PKNS FC)
Malaysia ST

Source:[9]

President's Cup squad (U-21)[edit]

As of 1 June 2016
Name Nat. Position D.O.B
Goalkeepers
Malaysia GK
Malaysia GK
22 Wan Ahmad Hababa Wan Sharifuldin Malaysia GK 25/2/96
Defenders
2 Peter Frank Brown Malaysia England CB 16/2/96
4 Kesavan a/l Loganathan Malaysia CB/RB 18/11/96
Malaysia CB
Malaysia CB
Malaysia CB
20 Ali Amirun Kamarudin Malaysia LB/LM/LWB 28/11/97
25 Joannes Empati Abong Malaysia RB/RWB 1998
Mohd Safiee Ahmad Malaysia RB/RWB/RM 29/4/97
Midfielders
3 Muhd Farhan Abdul Hamid Malaysia LM/LB 14/4/96
7 Muhd Shamsuddin Abdul Rahman Malaysia AM/CM 1996
Malaysia AM/LW/RW
Malaysia LW/LM
Malaysia DM/CM
17 Muhd Fairuz Zakaria Malaysia CM 25/5/97
Malaysia RM/ RW
21 Muhammad Asyraf Abdul Wahaid Malaysia RW/ RM 27/5/96
23 Mohd Azwan Mohd Nazir Malaysia CM 1996
24 Muhammad Syahmi Syakir Salim Malaysia DM/ CM 7/11/96
27 Shahrin Che Hassan Malaysia DM/ CM 29/2/96
30 Shasikumar a/l Paneer Selvam Malaysia LW/LM 1996
Forwards
10 Mohammad Adif Salim Malaysia ST 27/4/98
11 Muhd Afzal Nazri Malaysia ST 3/12/96
13 Nur Rizzham Norman Malaysia ST 13/9/96
18 Muhammad Zulhairy Zulhaimi Malaysia ST 26/1/96

Source:[10] Source:[11]

Club personnel[edit]

Current coaching staff[edit]

Position Name
General Manager Malaysia Abdul Mubin Mokhtar
Assistant Manager Malaysia Tuan Zulkifli Yahya
Head Coach Malaysia Mohd Fauzi Pilus
Assistant Coach Malaysia Muhamad Khalid Jamlus
Coach Malaysia Rohaizan Md Ribi
Coach Malaysia Anuar Udin
Goalkeeping Coach Malaysia Mohd Atfan Hat
Fitness Coach Malaysia Mohd Zaiham Abdul Hamid
Physiotherapist Malaysia Mohammad Zamri Pauzi
Safety Officer & Coordinator I Malaysia Mohd Noorzaihan Aziz
Safety Officer & Coordinator II Malaysia Mohd Khusyairi Zulkapli
Safety Officer Malaysia Muhamad Hafizi Nooraldin
Media Officer Malaysia Omar Hamzah
U21 Manager Malaysia Nanar Yamen
U21 Assistant Manager Malaysia
U21 Head Coach Malaysia Mohd Ishak Kunju Mohamad
U21 Assistant Coach Malaysia Zulkhairi Mohd Zabidi
U21 Goalkeeping Coach Malaysia Zainuddin Yusoff
U21 Coach Malaysia Eddy Gapil
U21 Fitness Coach Malaysia Law Beng Sui
U21 Physiotherapist Malaysia Dzulkarnaen Junos
Team Assistant Malaysia Muhd Hafis Abdul Rashid
  • Last updated: 1 June 2016

Management[edit]

Position Staff
Patron Malaysia Dato' Seri Dr. Ahmad Zahid Hamidi
President Malaysia Datuk Seri Noor Rashid Ibrahim
Deputy-President 1 Malaysia Dato' Mortadza Nazarene
Deputy-President 2 Malaysia Dato' Abdul Ghafar Rehab
Deputy-President 3 Malaysia Dato' Osman Salleh
Secretary General Malaysia Dato' Muhammad Fuad Abu Zarim
Deputy Secretary General Malaysia Inspector Mohd Nizam Mohd Noor
Treasurer Malaysia Dato' Abdul Samah Haji Mat
  • Last updated: 13 January 2016

Former coaches[edit]

Name Period Trophy
Malaysia Rahim Abdullah 1990-1991
England Kevin Morton 1992
England David Harrison 1993
Malaysia Ismail Ramli 1994
Malaysia Bahwandi Hiralal 1995-1998
1999-2000 2000 FAM League
Malaysia K. Thayananthan 2001
Malaysia Rahim Abdullah 2002
2003
Malaysia Mohd Dali Wahid 2004-2006
Malaysia K. Thayanathan 2006-2010 2007 Premier League
Malaysia T. Kanapathy 2010-2011
Malaysia R. Nalathamby 2011-2013
Malaysia Dollah Salleh 2014 2014 Premier League
Malaysia Azman Adnan 2014–July 2015
Malaysia Mohd Fauzi Pilus July 2014–present
  • Last updated: 13 January 2016

Honours[edit]

  • Runners-up: 2000

Foreign players[edit]

Year Visa 1 Visa 2 Visa 3 Visa 4 (Asian) Former
2013 The Gambia Mohamadou Sumareh Uganda Edrisar Kaye
2014 The Gambia Mohamadou Sumareh Brazil Rafael Souza Brazil Charles Chad Maldives Ali Ashfaq
2015 The Gambia Mohamadou Sumareh Mali Dramane Traore Portugal Jaime Bragança Maldives Ali Ashfaq Nigeria Onorionde Kughegbe
2016 Mali Souleymane Konaté Singapore Safuwan Baharudin Brazil Andrézinho Maldives Ali Ashfaq

Former foreign players[edit]

PDRM Football Association[edit]

Direct clubs under direct supervision of the association[edit]

  • Malaysia Royal Police AFC

Affiliated clubs outside the association[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "PDRM beat Negeri Sembilan to win the Premier League title - Goal.com". Goal.com. Retrieved 2015-10-18. 
  2. ^ "MALAYSIAN SPORTS: DOLLAH HEADS TO PDRM AND A HOST OF COACHING CHANGES IN M-LEAGUE". MALAYSIAN SPORTS. 2013-11-05. Retrieved 2015-10-18. 
  3. ^ "Kedah dampens PDRM celebration at final of 2014 Premier League with 3-2 win - The Malaysian Insider". www.themalaysianinsider.com. Retrieved 2015-10-18. 
  4. ^ "Dollah Salleh has been appointed the new head coach of Harimau Malaya - Goal.com". Goal.com. Retrieved 2015-10-18. 
  5. ^ "vnews - PDRM FA wins People's Cup with Ashfaq's hat trick". Vnews.mv. Retrieved 2015-10-18. 
  6. ^ "Kappa Malaysia on Twitter". Twitter. Retrieved 2016-01-13. 
  7. ^ http://us.soccerway.com/national/malaysia/super-league/2016/regular-season/r34288/
  8. ^ http://www.rsssf.com/tablesm/malay2016.html
  9. ^ "PDRM 2015". footballmalaysia.com. Retrieved 29 October 2015. 
  10. ^ "PDRM U21 2016". www.pengurusanbolasepakfam.org.my. Retrieved 1 March 2016. 
  11. ^ "PDRM U21". pdrmfa.com.my. Retrieved 10 May 2014. 
  12. ^ "PDRM crowned MPL champions; FELDA seal promotion". Football SEA. Retrieved 2016-01-13. 
  13. ^ "PDRM wins People's Cup-::maldivesoccer.com:- Maldives' first soccer website::". www.maldivesoccer.com. Retrieved 2016-01-13. 

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