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PKNS FC
PKNS FC.svg
Full name Kelab Bolasepak Perbadanan Kemajuan Negeri Selangor
(Selangor State Development Corporation Football Club)
Nickname(s) Red Ants
Short name PKNS
Founded 1967; 50 years ago (1967)
Ground Shah Alam Stadium
Ground Capacity 80,372
Owner PKNS Sports Sdn. Bhd.
Chairman Siti Zubaidah Abdul Jabar
Coach E. Elavarasan
League Liga Super
2016 Liga Premier, 2nd (promoted)
Website Club home page
Current season

Perbadanan Kemajuan Negeri Selangor Football Club (English: Selangor State Development Corporation Football Club) or popularly known as PKNS FC is a Malaysian football club based in Petaling Jaya, Selangor. The club currently play in the top-tier of Malaysian football, the Liga Super.

The club also involved in the Piala FA and its youth team also play in the Piala Presiden. Some of its junior players also involved with their various respective university football leagues.

History[edit]

Established in 1967 as part of Selangor State Development Corporation (English: Perbadanan Kemajuan Negeri Selangor) Sports and Recreation Club, the football team made its name in 1970's and 1980's as one of the force in the Selangor state and national club tournaments.[1]

The club has been a regular to the national league when they achieved promotion to Liga Premier in 2004 season after became the champion of Liga FAM the previous year.[2]

The club has played in the highest league, the Liga Super for several seasons before being relegated to the second division in 2014 season. But after spending two years in Premier League, the club achieved promotion back to the top-tier division again after finish second in 2016 Liga Premier season and will play in Liga Super for 2017 season.

Media Coverage[edit]

PKNS FC's domestic and international matches (depending on the location and the broadcast station) are broadcast either live or delayed on Malaysian free-to-air and satellite television channels. All broadcasting rights are controlled by MP & Silva.[3]

Ownership[edit]

The club is own by a private company, PKNS Sports Sdn Bhd. As part of privatisation effort by Football Malaysia LLP, every club in Liga Super and Liga Premier will be required to obtain Football Association of Malaysia Club Licensing Regulations (FAM CLR) license in order to compete in Malaysian League. The team has been incorporated as a private company under the name "PKNS Sports Sdn Bhd" in 2016 and has left its affiliation with Football Association of Selangor (FAS) as in order to comply with the licensing requirement.[4]

However, the club has chosen to affiliate itself with Selangor Malays Football Association in order to secure future fate for itself and its nine other youth teams during the conflict between itself and FAS when FAS decided to halt PKNS F.C. participation in 2017 Liga Super.[5][6] It has been clarified by FAM that PKNS F.C. has not been needed to affiliate itself with any other FAM affiliates in order to compete in competition managed by FMLLP.[7]

Kit manufacturer and shirt sponsor[edit]

Period Kit manufacturer Shirt sponsor
2005–06 Adidas TM Net
2006–07
2009 Nike Streamyx
2011 Kappa PKNS
2012–2014 Lotto
2015–2017 Kappa

Stadium and locations[edit]

Coordinates Location Stadium Capacity Year
3°4′56.1″N 101°32′41.8″E / 3.082250°N 101.544944°E / 3.082250; 101.544944 Shah Alam Petaling Jaya Stadium (–2015)

Shah Alam Stadium (2016–)

80,372 2016–Present

Honours[edit]

Domestic competitions[edit]

League[edit]

U21 team[edit]

U19 team[edit]

Cups[edit]

Source:[8]

Players[edit]

Current squad[edit]

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 G. Jeevananthan
2 Malaysia DF Sabre Mat Abu
3 Malaysia DF Azmi Muslim
4 Liberia FW Patrick Wleh
5 Malaysia MF Shahrul Azhar Ture
6 Malaysia MF Munir Amran
7 Malaysia MF P. Rajesh
8 Malaysia FW Bobby Gonzales
9 Malaysia MF Arip Amiruddin
10 Malaysia FW Safee Sali (captain)
11 Malaysia MF Nazrin Syamsul Bahri
12 The Gambia DF Abdou Jammeh
13 Malaysia MF Mohd Fauzan Dzulkifli
14 Malaysia MF Khyril Muhymeen
15 Malaysia DF P. Gunalan
16 Malaysia DF Azreen Zulkafli
No. Position Player
17 Malaysia DF Abdul Ghani Rahman
18 Malaysia MF M. Sivakumar
19 Malaysia MF Khairul Ramadhan
20 Malaysia MF Affize Faisal
21 South Korea MF Park Kwang-il
22 Malaysia GK Zamir Selamat
23 Malaysia MF Alif Haikal Sabri
24 Malaysia DF Nizam Abu Bakar
25 Malaysia GK Nor Haziq Aris
26 Malaysia DF Amirizdwan Taj
27 Malaysia DF Azmizi Azmi
29 Malaysia MF K. Gurusamy
31 Malaysia GK Tauffiq Ar-Rasyid Johar
Portugal FW Fábio Ferreira
Malaysia MF Khairu Azrin Khazali

Source:[9]

Transfer 2017[edit]

For recent transfers, see List of Malaysian football transfers 2017

Out on loan[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
16 Malaysia MF Shahurain Abu Samah (at PDRM FA for the season)
27 Malaysia FW Ahmad Shakir Mohd Ali (at PDRM FA for the season)
22 Malaysia FW Farderin Kadir (at Negeri Sembilan FA for the season)
No. Position Player
Malaysia MF R. Thivagar (at PBMS F.C. for the season)
Malaysia MF Adam Shafiq Fua'ad (at PBMS F.C. for the season)

Development squad[edit]

Under-21s[edit]

No. Name Nationality Position D.O.B
Goalkeepers
1 Muhamad Aqil Abdul Razak Malaysia GK 1997
22 Muhd Harmizie Zaharudin Malaysia GK 29/1/97
25 Mohd Izarul Adli Mohd Nasir Malaysia GK 17/9/97
Defenders
2 Danaraj a/l Vijayan Malaysia CB 20/6/96
3 Mohd Shafiq Imran Omar Malaysia RB/ RWB 3/6/96
4 Shafiq Azreen Sa'ari Malaysia CB/ DM 28/12/96
5 Muhammad Hamizan Aiman Pairol Malaysia CB 2/2/96
12 Muhd Hazim Razali Malaysia LB/ LWB 1/1/97
14 Nur Najmi Iman Shahruddin Malaysia CB 1996
15 Muhd Redzwan Hasrin Malaysia RB/ RWB 20/4/97
20 Ahmad Ikhwan Hafiz Malaysia CB 28/2/98
24 Basyir Ahmadd Abdul Karim Malaysia CB/ DM 19/8/98
Midfielders
6 Mohd Fitri Mohd Ismail Malaysia LM/ LW 22/2/96
7 Faris Syazwan Mohamad Malaysia RM/ RW 6/9/96
8 Mohd Yusri Mohd Farizat Malaysia LM/ LW 17/5/97
10 Muhd Nur Iqmal Harun Malaysia CM 27/8/96
11 Muhd Adib Hakimi Sabri Malaysia CM 11/8/99
13 Al-Annas Alwi Malaysia DM/ CM 27/10/96
16 Ariff Ar-Rasyid Ariffin Malaysia DM/ CM 28/12/98
17 Muhd Akeemi Nazreen Farizuan Malaysia RM/ RW 21/9/96
19 Mior Dani Armin Mior Ariffin Malaysia AM/ CM/ LM/ LW 19/1/99
23 Amir Hafiz Mohd Noor Malaysia DM/ CM 25/2/96
Forwards
9 Muhd Syahidan Rajak Malaysia ST 26/3/96
18 Muhd Fakhrul Aiman Mohd Noor Malaysia ST 4/6/98
21 Muhd Khaizuran Putera Malaysia ST/ AM 7/1/97

Source:[10]

Under-19s[edit]

No. Name Nationality Position D.O.B
Goalkeepers
1 Muhammad Amirul Hafiz Basri Malaysia GK 1999
22 Ravinesh a/l Shalesh Rajasingam Malaysia GK 1999
23 Muhammad Aliff Aiman Mazlan Malaysia GK 11/10/99
Defenders
2 Muhammad Zulhakimie Abdullah Malaysia RB/ RWB 1999
3 Khairil Iskandar Mohd Ahkuan Malaysia LB/ LWB 1999
5 Syed Jazali Jamalullail Syed Jasman Malaysia CB 1999
6 Muhammad Fakhrul Izzam Bazree Malaysia LB/ LWB 5/12/99
7 Wan Aliff Rahaimi Wan Abdul Halim Malaysia RB/ RWB 24/9/99
13 Muhammad Faizal Azlen Malaysia CB 1999
19 Shivan Pillay a/l Asokan Malaysia CB 7/12/00
21 Raja Imran Shah Raja Amin Malaysia CB 21/9/99
Midfielders
4 Mohammad Johan Malaysia LM/ LB 15/3/99
8 Muhammad Eizrul Ashraf Nor Effendy Malaysia CM 1999
9 Sunil Caven Chandran Malaysia LM/ LW 27/9/99
11 Mohamed Haikal Mohd Yusri Feisal Malaysia RW/ RM 1999
12 Muhammad Jamil Mujibur Rahman Malaysia CM 22/8/99
20 Muhammad Ashraf Abdul Nasir Malaysia AM/ CM 12/5/98
24 Muhammad Firdaus Md Ani Malaysia DM/ CM 14/3/99
Forwards
10 Shafizi Iqmal Md Khirudin Malaysia ST 1999
15 Raaj Baarathy a/l Periasamy Malaysia ST 12/3/98
16 Ezry Fashli Halimi Malaysia ST 2000
17 Muhammad Aiman Ammar Mohamad Malaysia ST 1999
18 Mohd Iskandar Azman Malaysia ST 1998

Source:[11]

Coaching staff[edit]

Position Name
General Manager Malaysia Mahfizul Rusydin Abdul Rashid
Head Coach Malaysia E. Elavarasan
Assistant Coach Malaysia Muhd Adam Abdullah
Coach Malaysia Khairil Abu Zahar
Fitness Coach Slovakia Matus Bozik
Goalkeeping coach Czech Republic Karel Stromšík
Team Doctor Malaysia Vijayan a/l Munusamy
Physiotherapist Malaysia Saiful Nizam Zakaria
Massuer Malaysia Woo Kong Soon
Media Officer Malaysia Khalid Shafiq Khalid
Manager U21 Malaysia Shaharom Mohni
Assistant Manager U21 Malaysia
Head Coach U21 Malaysia Ridzuan Abu Shah
Assistant Coach U21 Malaysia Noorsham Abu Bakar
Fitness Coach U21 Malaysia Mohd Azizan Mohd Ghazali
Goalkeeping coach U21 Malaysia Ashazar Yahya
Physiotherapist U21 Malaysia Muhd Nur Syaheer Rahmat
Masseur U21 Malaysia Fua'ad Zohdi
Kit manager Malaysia Isman Baharum
Manager U19 Malaysia Mohd Shahrol Md Sharif
Assistant Manager U19 Malaysia Hairul Azwan Ghazali
Head Coach U19 Malaysia Mohd Azrin Mohamad
Assistant Coach U19 Malaysia Sairollizam Siedin
Fitness Coach U19 Malaysia Ahmad Radzi Mohd Salleh Raibi
Goalkeeping coach U19 Malaysia Reza Iqrimal Redzawan
Physiotherapist U19 Malaysia Muhammad Faizal Ghazali

Managers[edit]

Year Manager
2003–06 Malaysia Azmi Adnan
2007–12 Malaysia Haji Yaacob Haji Jailani
2013 Malaysia Azmi Adnan
2014–present Malaysia Mahfizul Rusydin Abdul Rashid

Coaches[edit]

Year Head coach
2003–08 Malaysia Haji Mohd Zaki Sheikh Ahmad
2006–08 Malaysia Ismail Ibrahim
2008 Malaysia K. Gunalan
2009–2013 Malaysia Abdul Rahman Ibrahim
2014 Malaysia Wan Jamak Wan Hassan
2015– Malaysia E. Elavarasan

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.selangorpknsfc.com/v4/?cat=history PKNS FC History
  2. ^ http://www.rsssf.com/tablesm/malaycuphist.html Malaysia Winners History
  3. ^ "MP & Silva appointed as Football Association of Malaysia Global Advisor for Media & Commercial Rights until 2030". Mpsilva.com. Retrieved 20 January 2015. 
  4. ^ "PKNS Tidak Bernaung Di Bawah FAS". Retrieved 2016-08-08. 
  5. ^ http://www.stadiumastro.com/ms/article/2016/11/25/fas-tidak-menyokong-penyertaan-pkns-fc-di-liga-m FAS tidak sokong penyertaan PKNS FC dalam Liga M
  6. ^ http://www.fourfourtwo.com/my/news/pkns-get-endorsement-new-affiliation-scrutiny PKNS get endorsement but new affiliation up for scrutiny
  7. ^ http://www.stadiumastro.com/blog/blog/2016/12/18/fam-fmllp-buat-kelakar-isu-pkns-fas FAM-FMLLP buat kelakar isu PKNS-FAS
  8. ^ "Sejarah Pencapaian PKNS FC". www.selangorpknsfc.com. Retrieved 2016-08-08. 
  9. ^ "PKNS 2015 Roster". footballmalaysia.com. Retrieved 10 October 2015. n
  10. ^ "PKNS U21". www.pengurusanbolasepakfam.org.my. Retrieved 23 February 2017. 
  11. ^ "PKNS U19". www.pengurusanbolasepakfam.org.my. Retrieved 24 February 2017. 

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