Pahang FA

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PB Pahang
Club crest
Full name Persatuan Bolasepak Pahang
Nickname(s) The Elephants (Tok Gajah)
Short name PBNP
Founded 1959; 58 years ago (1959) as PB Pahang
Ground Darul Makmur Stadium
Ground Capacity 40,000
Owner Tengku Abdul Rahman Ibni Sultan Ahmad Shah
Manager Dollah Salleh
League Malaysia Super League
2016 Malaysia Super League, 9th
Website Club home page
Current season

Pahang Football Association (Malay: Persatuan Bolasepak Pahang) is a Malaysia professional football club based in Kuantan, Pahang. The association was found in 1959 to represent the state itself and has traditionally worn a yellow home kit since. In the beginning, their early home matches were held around the city public fields and outside Kuantan, predominantly around districts of Pahang. Early in 2016, PBNP change the name from Pahang FA to Pahang FC. Then on December 2016, the management PBNP change the name back the old ones, Pahang FA.

The lowest point of the association was in 2012, as the association had been relegated to the Malaysian Premier League. With the collective morale support from the players and the fans, Pahang FA came back from the abyss to the Malaysian Super League in 2013 after winning the play-off match against Kedah FA, just one season after being relegated.

History[edit]

The association has been established after the great support from locals who require a football team to represent Pahang in HMS Beagle. As the initiatives to the request, Sultan Abu Bakar has established an association known as Pahang FA. In the next year, the association begins with the preparation against another states before taking part for the first time in the HMS Beagle Cup. After a long time looking for the homeground, the Council of Kuantan announced the construction of a new stadium, Darul Makmur Stadium in 1970.

Led by legendary Jamal Nasir, Pahang FA won the first cup in 1983 when they won the Malaysia Cup, the most prestigious tournament in Malaysia football after a win over Selangor FA in the tournament, breaking the long duopoly of Selangor FA and Singapore FA and also became the first East Coast team to win it. Nonetheless, the most successful era was in 90s, when the association successfully entered the final of Malaysia Cup 4 times even though they only succeed once in 1992. The 1992 was the best year when the association won the double, the Malaysia Cup and the league. Pahang FA in that year was touted as the Dream Team when several high-profile players played for the association with the like of Dollah Salleh, Zainal Abidin Hassan, Khairul Azman Mohamed, Abdul Mubin Mokhtar, Ahmad Yusof, Australian football legend, Alan Edward Davidson and Singapore football legend, Fandi Ahmad. The association successfully defeated Kedah FA in final stage to win the Malaysia Cup, thanks to the fastest goal ever in Malaysia Cup history by Zulhamizan Zakaria.[vague] Pahang FA was also the first winner of the newly formatted M-League in 2004. As one of the most successful football team in Malaysia from 1980–2007, Pahang FA had successfully produced many talented local players from the academy such as Khairul Azman Mohamed, one of the best goal keeper in Asia in the 1990s, the prolific striker, Azizul Kamaluddin, Mohd Fadzli Saari who played in SV Wehen Wiesbaden in Germany and Muhammad Juzaili Samion who was also played for the 4th division of Ligue 1 club, FCSR Haguenau in 2000.

In 2008, many players from talented young Shahzan Muda F.C. were absorbed into Pahang FA. In 2012, Pahang FA was playing in 2nd division of M-League. While in Premier League, Pahang FA showed great improvement in the 2012 season as they qualified for the Malaysia Cup quarter-finals. Pahang FA was also a Premier League runner-up in 2012, thus enable the association to play in the "play-off" matches for the promotion to the Super League. Pahang FA beat Kedah FA in the final of the "play-off" and had been promoted to Super League in 2013. In the year 2012, the association had to play in Temerloh Mini Stadium as the homeground for the first time after the Darul Makmur Stadium was put under renovation for the organisation of Sukma 2012. A year later, the club returned to Kuantan to play in newly renovated Darul Makmur Stadium and in the same year the lifted the Malaysia Cup for third time. Led by loyal serving captain, Jalaluddin Jaafar, they ended 21 years cup drought. By winning the cup, Zainal Abidin Hassan and Dollah Salleh had cemented their status as central figure of club history, as they won it as a player and as manager and coach respectively.

Club record[edit]

Updated on 21 February 2016.

Note:

  • Pld = Played, W = Won, D = Drawn, L = Lost, F = Goals for, A = Goals against, D = Goal difference, 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 D Pts Pos Charity Malaysia FA Competition Result
2004 Super League 21 14 5 2 48 29 +19 47 1st  – Semi-finals Semi-finals  –  –
2005 Super League 21 10 5 6 37 29 +8 35 2nd  – Quarter-finals 1st round AFC Cup Group stage
2005–06 Super League 21 7 6 8 21 24 -3 27 7th  – Group stage Champions  –  –
2006–07 Super League 24 7 6 11 32 41 -9 27 9th  – Group stage 2nd round AFC Cup Group stage
2007–08 Super League 24 8 6 10 26 31 -5 30 8th  – Group stage Semi-finals  –  –
2009 Super League 26 5 2 19 32 63 -31 17 13th  – Group stage 1st round  –  –
2010 Super League 26 10 3 13 31 50 -19 33 8th  – Quarter-finals 1st round  –  –
2011 Super League 26 5 7 14 19 36 -17 22 13th  – Play-off Semi-finals  –  –
2012 Premier League 22 14 4 4 60 29 +31 46 2nd  – Quarter-finals 2nd round  –  –
2013 Super League 22 10 5 7 36 32 +4 35 5th  – Champions Semi-finals  –  –
2014 Super League 22 11 4 7 36 30 +6 37 3rd Champions Champions Champions  –  –
2015 Super League 22 13 5 4 43 29 +14 38[a] 3rd Runner-up Semi-finals Semi-finals AFC Cup Quarter-finals
2016 Super League 22 6 6 10 25 40 -15 24[b] 9th  – Group stage 3rd round  –  –
2017 Super League  –  –  –

Source:[1][2]

  1. ^ Pahang was deducted 6 points due to involvement in the delay in the process of solving the problem of salary and compensation by the former imports 2013 season, Mohamed Borji.
  2. ^ Pahang has been awarded 3 points free from the Football Association of Malaysia (FAM) after offenses committed by the Football Association of Kedah (Kedah FA) putting the suspended player during the match against Pahang on August 3, 2016.

Honours[edit]

Domestic[edit]

League[edit]

  • Winners (5): 1987, 1992, 1995, 1999, 2004
  • Runner-up (4): 1984, 1991, 1998, 2005
  • Runner-up (1): 2012

Cups[edit]

  • Winners (4): 1983, 1992, 2013, 2014
  • Runner-up (4): 1984, 1994, 1995, 1997
  • Winners (2): 2006, 2014
  • Runner-up (1): 1995
  • Winners (3): 1992, 1993, 2014
  • Runner-up (5): 1985, 1988, 1995, 2007, 2015

Performance in AFC competitions[edit]

1988–89 Asian Club Championship : Semi-final League (Group B)
1993–94 Asian Club Championship : withdrew in qualifying – 1st round
1995 Asian Club Championship : Round of 16 (lost to Seongnam Ilhwa Chunma 2–5 on Agregate)
2005 AFC Cup : Group stage ( Group E )
2007 AFC Cup : Group stage ( Group F )
2015 AFC Cup : Quarter Final

Administration[edit]

The President of the association is held by Y.A.M. Tengku Muda Pahang Tengku Abdul Rahman Ibni Sultan Ahmad Shah, who replaced his brother K.D.Y.T.M Tengku Mahkota Pahang Tengku Abdullah ibni Sultan Ahmad Shah for 2007–10 session. Meanwhile, Pahang State Finance Officer, YB Datuk Seri Muhammad Safian Ismail was elected to the vice-president position. Both the president and his deputy won their posts uncontested, after the previous president, K.D.Y.T.M Tengku Abdullah ibni Sultan Ahmad Shah decided not to run for re-election.

The general secretary, Mr. Fuzzemi Ibrahim (2010–present), was appointed by committee.

Stadium[edit]

Main article: Darul Makmur Stadium

Pahang FA are currently based at Darul Makmur Stadium in Kuantan, Pahang. The capacity of the stadium is 40,000 and also has a running track, in addition to the football field.[3]

Officials[edit]

Team Committee

Position Name
President Malaysia Y.A.M. Tengku Muda Pahang Tengku Abdul Rahman Ibni Sultan Ahmad Shah
Deputy President Malaysia Datuk Seri Muhammad Safian Ismail
Vice-President Malaysia Datuk Seri Zamry Ramli
Malaysia Datuk Jalaluddin Mohamed Deli
Committee Members Malaysia Ahmad Salizam Ghazali
Malaysia Datuk Seri Mohd Zaini Saleh
Malaysia Samim Salimallah
Malaysia Datuk Taufik Razak
Malaysia Razab Wahab
Malaysia Adzland Zakaria
Malaysia Husniabidi Husin
Malaysia Raja Mustafa Shah Raja Jalil Shah
Malaysia Rosli Nordin
Malaysia S. Krishnan

Current coaching staff[edit]

Position Name
Team Manager Malaysia Dato' Che Nasir B Salleh
Assistant Team Manager Malaysia Jalaluddin Jaafar
Technical Coach
Head Coach Malaysia Dollah Salleh
Assistant Head Coach Malaysia Ahmad Shaharuddin Rosdi
Coach Malaysia Azaruddin Aziz
Malaysia Jalaluddin Jaafar
Goalkeeper Coach Malaysia Muadzar Mohamad
Fitness Coach Malaysia Mohd Hafiz Tajudin
Malaysia Abdul Rahim Kadir Ku Jambu
Physiotheraphy Malaysia Adam Zuhairy Zafri
Kit Man Malaysia Abdul Razak B Akil
U21 Manager Malaysia Dato' Jalaluddin Mohd Deli
U21 Head Coach Malaysia Fuzzemi Ibrahim
U21 Assistant Coach Malaysia Shahrulnizam Sahat
U21 Coach Malaysia Zulkiflee Abdul Majid
U21 Goalkeeper Coach Malaysia Zureymi Majid
U21 Fitness Coach Malaysia Mohd Kaizai Zainuddin
U21 Physiotheraphy Malaysia Muhd Hidayah Edenan
U19 Manager Malaysia Abdul Razab Wahab
U19 Head Coach Malaysia Muhd Fahim Kow Abdullah
U19 Assistant Coach Malaysia Noor Azmi Mohamed
U19 Assistant Coach Malaysia Ali Tahar
U19 Goalkeeper Coach Malaysia Zakaria Abu Bakar
U19 Fitness Coach Malaysia Kow Hok Nam
U19 Physiotheraphy Malaysia Nazila binti Mohd Nadzir



Current squad[edit]

As of 10 January 2017
Jersey Name Nationality Position D.O.B
Goalkeepers
1 Helmi Eliza Elias Malaysia GK 20/1/83(34)
22 Saufi Mohamad Malaysia GK 1992(25)
27 Wan Azraie Wan Teh Malaysia GK 7/7/86(31)
Defenders
2 Matthew Davies Australia Malaysia RB,RWB 7/2/95(22)
3 Mohd Saiful Nizam Miswan Malaysia CB,LB,RB 3/3/81(36)
4 R.Dinesh Malaysia LB,LWB 13/2/98(19)
14 Faisal Rosli Malaysia LB,LWB,LW,ST 29/1/91(26)
15 Heo Jae-won South Korea CB,DMC,MC 1/7/84(33)
18 Ahmad Nordin Alias Malaysia DMC,CB,RB,MC 26/10/85(32)
19 Mohd Afif Amiruddin Malaysia CB,RB,DMC 22/3/84(33)
21 Zubir Azmi Malaysia LB,LWB 14/11/91(26)
24 Muslim Ahmad Malaysia CB 25/4/89(28)
30 Ashar Al Aafiz Malaysia CB,RB 1995(22)
Midfielders
6 D. Christie Jayaseelan Malaysia RW,LW,ST 18/8/86(31)
7 Mohd Faisal Abdul Halim Malaysia ST,LW,RW 7/1/98(19)
8 Wan Zaharulnizam Zakaria Malaysia RW,LW 8/5/91(26)
9 Kiko Insa Spain Malaysia DMC,CB 25/1/88(29)
11 Ahmad Syamim Yahya Malaysia RW,ST,LW 17/5/90(27)
16 Nurridzuan Abu Hassan Malaysia RM,AMC 20/4/92(25)
17 Joseph Kalang Tie Malaysia LW,AMC 9/3/87(30)
20 Muhd Nor Azam Abdul Azih Malaysia AMC,ST 3/3/95(22)
23 Salamon Raj Malaysia DMC,MC 1993(24)
26 Mohamadou Sumareh The Gambia Malaysia CM,AM,RW 20/9/91(26)
Forwards
5 Ashari Samsudin Malaysia ST,RW,AMC 7/6/85(32)
10 Bright Dike Nigeria ST 2/2/87(30)
28 Kogileswaran Raj Malaysia ST,LW,RW,AMC 21/9/98(19)
29 Matheus Alves Brazil ST,AMC 19/5/93(24)

Source:[4]

Development squad[edit]

U21[edit]

As of 23 February 2017

The Pahang President's cup team or Young Elephant is a part of the President Cup Malaysia league team. The President Cup Malaysia is the football competitions in Malaysia for under-21 players. Since its inception, the President Cup Malaysia has been the major tournament for under-21 and under-23 players. In 2009, the format of the competition changes which only under-21 players are eligible for the tournament.

Jersey Name Nationality Position D.O.B
Goalkeepers
1 Mohd Daniel Wafiuddin Sadun Malaysia GK 16/3/97
22 Nor Eqram Azray Suzhaimi Malaysia GK 13/9/96
25 Muhammad Imran Muhammad Malaysia GK 12/4/99
Defenders
2 Muhd Izzudin Ibrahim Malaysia RB/RWB 1997
3 Nizam Fikri Mohd Nasir Malaysia LB/LWB 1998
4 Muhammad Khairul Ridhwan Azohar Malaysia CB 1996
5 Muhammad Badrun Zainudin Malaysia RB/RWB 1997
6 Amirul Hafizzudin Ahmad Shamsudin Malaysia CB 27/8/96
7 Muhammad Hafizi Abdul Halim Malaysia CB 1996
13 Muhammad Nur Amirul Mohd Nizam Malaysia RB/RWB 2/10/98
15 Muhd Ali Hanafiah Mohd Zarudin Malaysia CB/RB 17/1/96
19 Muhammad Shahrul Nizam Mohd Nadzir Malaysia LB/LM/LWB 15/6/96
Midfielders
8 Nik Muhammad Sharif Haseefy Mohd Lazim Malaysia AM, CM 30/5/97
11 Muhd Zul Hisyam Zulkifli Malaysia AM/CM 26/3/98
12 Muhammad Zuhair Aizat Mohd Nazri Malaysia RM/ RW 1/10/96
14 Muhammad Hafizuddin Azri bin Desa Malaysia CM 1996
16 Mohd Hafizam Zullkifli Malaysia LW/LM 1999
17 Muhd Nazmie Mohd Alwi Malaysia LW/LM 1997
18 Muhd Shah Amirul Mohd Zamri Malaysia CM 27/3/98
21 Shazlan Zaidin Malaysia LW/ LM/ RW/ RM 26/7/96
23 Mohd Arisazri Juhari Malaysia DM/ CM 14/2/98
24 Mohd Qhaidir Abdullah Malaysia RW/LW 1997
Forwards
9 Khairul Ezami Sulaiman Malaysia ST 20/6/97
10 Ahmad Noramirul Putra Ahmad Norhisham Putra Malaysia ST 1996
20 Mohd Zul Hafiz Zulkifli Malaysia ST 11/10/96

Source:[5] Source:[6]

U19[edit]

As of 24 February 2017

Jersey Name Nationality Position D.O.B
Goalkeepers
1 Muhammad Jibril Sairul Fauzi Malaysia GK 1999
23 Mohd Faizal Abdul Isha Malaysia GK 13/5/98
24 Muhammad Zul Ain Zamri Malaysia GK 1999
Defenders
3 Abdul Suhairil Idham Zahari Malaysia CB 9/1/98
5 Mohd Shahrul Hafifi Sabri Malaysia CB 1999
6 Muhammad Irfan Mohd Ezral Malaysia CB 23/2/99
11 Wan Muhd Akmal Hakim Wan Abdul Wahab Malaysia CB 1999
12 Muhd Qayyim Hizfhan Mohd Rapi Malaysia RB/RWB 1999
13 Wan Alif Syazril Wan Mohamad Ali Malaysia LB/LWB/LM 13/5/99
14 Muhamad Alif Haiqal Yusri Malaysia RB/RWB 1999
20 Muhd Hairie Daniel Wan Zaini Malaysia CB 1998
Midfielders
7 Muhd Khairuddin Mat Yaman Malaysia LM/ LW/ RM/ RW 1999
8 Muhd Zuhairi Ahamad Dormad Malaysia DM, CM 1999
9 Muhd Aiman Haikal Muhd Isa Malaysia AM/CM 1998
10 Muhammad Khaiyum Mohd Khaimi Malaysia RW/RM 5/1/98
15 Muhd Irwan Salwana Malaysia LW, LM 1999
16 Mohd Fadeli Idris Malaysia CM 1998
17 Ahmad Salman Ahmad Jaafar Malaysia DM/CM 1999
18 Muhd Asraf Shamsuddin Malaysia CM 1999
21 Wan Shaharul Daniel Wan Zaini Malaysia LW, LM 1998
23 Mohd Zazrir Naim Abdul Rani Malaysia AM, CM 1999
Forwards
2 Muhd Raihan Abdul Wahab Malaysia ST 1999
4 Alif Hakimi Mohammad Malaysia ST 1998
19 Mohd Yaumizzaman Kamarul Hatta Malaysia ST 1999
24 Muhd Fariz Khuzairil Mohd Idris Malaysia ST 1999

Source:[7]

Team managers[edit]

Year Manager
1999 Tok Muda Talib Sulaiman
2000–03 Datuk Jamal Nasir Abdul Nasir Ismail
2004–05 Dato' Haji Shahiruddin Abdul Moin
2006–07 Zainal Abidin Hassan
2008 Dato' Omar Othman
2009–now Dato' Che Nasir Salleh

Coaches[edit]

Year Head Coach
1994–96 Malaysia Ahmad Yunus Mohd Alif
1997–98 Denmark Jorgen Erik Larsen
1999 Australia Alan Davidson
1999–00 Malaysia Fuzzeimi Ibrahim
2001–02 Malaysia Ahmad Yunus Mohd Alif
2003 Brazil Ralf Borges Ferreira
2004 Malaysia Ahmad Yunus Mohd Alif
2005–06 Malaysia Zainal Abidin Hassan
2007 Malaysia Haji Ahmad Yusof
2008 Malaysia Zainal Abidin Hassan
2009 Malaysia Tajuddin Noor
2010–13 Malaysia Dollah Salleh
Dec 2013 – March 2014 England Ron Smith
March 2014 – Dec 2015 Malaysia Zainal Abidin Hassan
Dec 2015 – March 2016 Malaysia Ahmad Shaharuddin Rosdi
March 2016— Dec 2016 MalaysiaRazip Ismail
Dec 2016 — Malaysia Dollah Salleh

Kit manufacturers and sponsors[edit]

Current kit manufacturers and sponsors

Corporation
Kits manufacturers
Jako
Financial sponsors
Aras Kuasa
Resorts World Genting
Bank Islam
Liberty Insurance
Allianz Malaysia
Red Bull
DRB-HICOM
Chili's
M.S Garden Hotel

Previous Kit Supplier and Sponsor

Period Manufacturer Shirt Sponsor
1989–90 Germany Schwarzenbach United KingdomDunhill
1991 Germany Puma
1992–98 Italy Diadora
1999–00 Japan Mikasa
2001–03 Italy Kronos
2004–05 Germany Adidas
2006–07 MalaysiaTM
2008 Denmark Hummel
2009 Italy Lotto
2010 Malaysia the ZON hotel
2011–12 Malaysia Resorts World Genting
2013 Australia Stobi
2014–2016 Germany Puma Malaysia Aras Kuasa
2017–2018 Germany Jako

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Summary - Super League - Malaysia - Results, fixtures, tables and news - Soccerway". 
  2. ^ "Malaysia 2016". 
  3. ^ "Stadium Darul Makmur". pahangfa.com. Retrieved 6 December 2014. 
  4. ^ "Pahang 2015 Roster". footballmalaysia.com. Retrieved 10 October 2015. n
  5. ^ "Pahang U21". www.pengurusanbolasepakfam.org.my. Retrieved 23 February 2017. 
  6. ^ "PAHANG FA U21 – Skuad Piala Presiden". Pahang Piala Presiden. Retrieved 22 January 2015. 
  7. ^ "Pahang U19". www.pengurusanbolasepakfam.org.my. Retrieved 24 February 2017. 

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