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Perak
Perak FA.svg
Full namePerak Football Association
Nickname(s)Bos Gaurus (Seladang)
Short namePerak
Founded1921; 98 years ago (1921) as Perak
18 April 1951; 68 years ago (1951-04-18) as Perak FA
GroundPerak Stadium
Capacity42,500
PresidentAhmad Faizal Azumu
ManagerAdly Shah Ahmad Tah
Head coachMehmet Duraković
LeagueMalaysia Super League
20182nd
WebsiteClub website
Current season

Perak Football Association is a professional football club based in Ipoh City that competes in Malaysia Super League. Founded in 1921, the club's home ground since then has been Perak Stadium in Ipoh, Perak. The club represents the state of Perak in Malaysian football competitions. They currently play in the top division in Malaysian football, the Malaysia Super League and has never been relegated since the introduction of football league in Malaysia.

The club was formerly named simply as Perak or fully as Perak Amateur Football Association (PAFA) before being rebranded as Perak FA and again in February 2016 as Perak The Bos Gaurus which will be used for 2016 season onwards.[1][2][3][4][5][6]

The club's current nickname is Seladang which is the Malay name for Gaur and has been the club official mascot for years.[6]

Perak TBG's regular kit colours are yellow and black or white for shirts, shorts and socks. The club's current crest has been used since February 2016 which was introduced to replace the previous season crest.

Club licensing regulations[edit]

2018 Season[edit]

2019 Season[edit]

History[edit]

Perak has sent a football team to play in Malaya Cup since its inaugural season in 1921[7]. They were also one of the founding members of the Malayan Football Association (the predecessor to the modern Football Association of Malaysia) in 1926[8]. However, the team was not officially registered until 18 April 1951, when the newly formed governing body of Perak football, the Perak Amateur Football Association (PAFA), took over its management[9][10]. Since then, the football team competed the Malaya Cup consistently.

Perak is the only team in Malaysia that has never been demoted to a lower division since the Malaysian football league competition was introduced in 1982.

Perak finished the 2004 season of the Super League Malaysia in second place, behind Kedah FA. Perak, having played well all season, had been the league leaders and favourites going into the final two matches, but a 2–2 draw with Terengganu FA in their penultimate match enabled Kedah FA to pip them to the title. At the end of the season, team management announced that it would not retain several senior players who were originally contracted until October 2007 due to financial constraints.[11]

Perak started the 2008 season by losing several key players, including midfielder Yusri Che Lah, Abdoulaye Traoré, Vedran Kukoc and top scorer Keita Mandjou. They did, however, manage to secure the services of national player Mohammad Hardi Jaafar from the now-defunct Melaka TMFC. On 9 November, they announced the arrivals of two Chilean players, Mario Berrios and Jorge Munoz. It emerged at the end of the season that the team were facing financial difficulties, resulting in an exodus of a majority of their players.[12] The team was also unable to retain the services of their foreign players due to a new ruling introduced by the Football Association of Malaysia.[13]

For the 2010 season, Yang Mulia Raja Azlan Shah Raja So'ib was announced as the new Perak's team coach, replacing outgoing Dato' M. Karathu.[14] Fielding a youthful squad yet again, Perak endured a difficult 2010 season, finishing eleventh with 30 points from 26 matches. Once again, they were failed to make it from the group stage of the Malaysia Cup and were eliminated from the Malaysia FA Cup in the second round.

On 25 October 2010, Tuan Haji Norizan Bakar was appointed the new coach.[15] Once again, Perak will be using with a youthful team for the 2011 season, with nearly 70 percent of the squad's players being between the ages of 17 and 25, but also featuring experienced former internationals such as Akmal Rizal Ahmad Rakhli, Mohd Nasril Mat Nourdin, Chan Wing Hoong and Shahrulnizam Mustapa.[16]

On 19 July 2012, it was announced that Jang Jung will take over his former team Perak's head coach position from Norizan Bakar on an interim basis until the end of the 2012 Malaysia Cup campaign.[3] His spell with Perak was a disappointing one, recording only one win, while suffering three draws and two defeats in six Malaysia Cup group stage matches, failing to qualify to the quarter-finals. His contract was not renewed after the Malaysia Cup exit.

On 15 October 2012, Mohd Azraai Khor Abdullah was announced as Perak's new team coach.

For the 2014 season, Abu Bakar Fadzim was announced as the new Perak's team coach, replacing Mohd Azraai Khor Abdullah & 2015 season, Dato' M. Karathu was announced new head coach.[17][18]

In February 2016, the club has been rebranded as Perak The Bos Gaurus, or Perak TBG, as part of its privatisation plan to play in Malaysia Super League.[4][5][6]

Stadium[edit]

Perak Stadium
The Bos Gaurus
PerakStd.jpg
Full namePerak Stadium
LocationIpoh Perak, Malaysia
OwnerMajlis Bandaraya Ipoh
OperatorMajlis Bandaraya Ipoh
CapacitySeated : 30,000 , Full : 42,500
SurfaceGrass
Track
Construction
Built1965[19]
Renovated1975, 1993, 2014, 2017

Perak TBG has been using the Perak Stadium as its home ground for a long time. While the stadium can fit 42,500 fans, the club has only utilised 32,000 for its home match and even lower to 24,000 in order to provide a better sitting for the fans.[20] The stadium is located in Kampung Simee in Ipoh, Perak, Malaysia. The stadium is part of a large complex called the DBI Sports Complex, which houses a majority of sporting facilities used by players representing the state of Perak such as the Velodrome Rakyat (Cycling), Indera Mulia Stadium (Indoor Stadium) and the Sultan Azlan Shah Stadium (Hockey).

Occasionally, Perak TBG will play in its backup stadium, the Lumut Stadium which can fit 15,000 fans whenever Perak Stadium is not available or is under renovation.

The stadium was upgraded in 1965 and further upgraded in 1997.[21] for the FIFA U-20 World Cup. It was further renovated in 1999 at a cost of RM 1,949,000 by the Perak State Government. It was put under the administration of the Ipoh City Council, which oversees the general upkeep of the stadium until this day.

Since the last refurbishment in 1997, the capacity of the stadium is 42,500.[21]

Crest and colours[edit]

Crest[edit]

Perak The Bos Gaurus has historically utilised one primary crest. The first, adopted when the club was founded, was the image of a Malayan Tiger, where it is famous in Malaya and remained for more than half-century. In 2015, in effort to modernise the club, a new crest was introduced to replace the old crest as the club main crest. The club replaced the old crest with new logo and adopted the image Seladang which is more synonym with the Perak football team.[22] After being criticized for the lack of quality for the logo, Perak The Bos Gaurus launched a new version of the logo chosen from the logo competition held by the team for 2016 season onwards.[23] Perak reused previous crest for 2019 season for all competitions.

Colours[edit]

Perak The Bos Gaurus have always worn yellow with a bit of black or white colour shirts as their home kit as it is an iconic colour for the club.

Perak The Bos Gaurus's away colours are usually white and black or various combination colours of white, yellow and black as it represent the colour of Perak's Flag.

Supporters[edit]

Silver State Ultras (SSU) is one of group of supporters of football in Malaysia and Perak mainly known for their support for Perak TBG.[24][25] Founded in April 2009, the group was one of many Ultras supporters group created under the branches of Ultras Malaya which was founded after the poor performance of national team in international football scene.[24] It main purpose is to bring back the glory of football supports among Malaysian football fans. These group supporters always bring drums and large colourful flags to the stadiums alongside of chanting in the stadium in order to bring up the spirit of the players and other supporters during matches.

Perak TBG are one of the most widely supported football clubs in Perak. Perak TBG's traditional fanbase comes from all over 11 districts area in Perak. There are also numerous supporters clubs mainly in Perak and also Malaysia.[26]

SELADANG FAN CLUB is one of the eldest fanpage on social media in Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

Ownership and finances[edit]

The club were founded in 1921 and owned by Perak Football Association with the financial backing by the state government and sponsors.

The club has its own academy called The Bos Gaurus PAFA Academy or PAFA Academy for short located in Proton City, Tanjung Malim which provide the grassroots football development and youth players for its developmental and youth team.[27][28]

Sponsorship[edit]

Perak TBG's kit has been manufactured by AL Sports since 2015, which is contracted to supply the club's kit from 2015 to present.[4][5][6]

Perak TBG's current main shirt sponsor is Lembaga Air Perak as shirt sponsor 1 and Perak Corp. as shirt sponsor 2. The club has received RM 7.8 million from sponsorship for 2016 season.[4][5][6]

Season Kit manufacturer Shirt sponsor
2000-01 Umbro Dunhill
2002-04 Lotto
2005 TM
2006-09 Joma
2010 Specs
2011 None
2012 Kika None
2013 Umbro / Kappa Lembaga Air Perak
2014 Joma / PAFA Sports[29] Lembaga Air Perak / Casuarina
2015 AL Sports Perak Agro / Casuarina
2016 Lembaga Air Perak / Perak Corp.
2017 Lembaga Air Perak / Perak Corp.
2018 Lembaga Air Perak / Perak Corp. / MapsPerak / Quip / WCE / Al-Ikhsan
2019 Umbro Lembaga Air Perak / Sapura Energy. / Setiaawan / Al-Ikhsan / OldTown White Coffe /kltehlanddev / ArwanaExpress

Players[edit]

Current squad[edit]

As of 22 February 2019[30]

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 Nasrullah Aziz
2 Malaysia DF Syazwan Zaipol Bahari
3 Malaysia DF Shahrul Saad (vice-captain)
4 Malaysia MF Nasir Basharudin (captain)
5 Lebanon DF Hussein El Dor
6 Australia DF Zachary Anderson
7 Malaysia MF Khairil Anuar Zamri
8 Brazil MF Leandro
9 Brazil FW Ronaldo Henrique Silva
10 Malaysia FW Shahrel Fikri
11 Malaysia MF Brendan Gan Seng Ling
12 Malaysia MF Kenny Pallraj Davaragi
14 Malaysia MF Firdaus Saiyadi
15 Malaysia MF Idris Ahmad
No. Position Player
16 Malaysia MF Partiban Janasekaran
17 Malaysia FW Rizal Che Aziz
18 Malaysia GK Khairul Amri Salehuddin
19 Malaysia FW Hakim Hassan
20 Malaysia MF Rafiuddin Roddin
21 Malaysia DF Nazirul Naim Che Hashim
22 Malaysia GK Hafizul Hakim Khairul Nizam Jothy (3rd-captain)
23 Malaysia DF Amirul Azhan Aznan
24 Malaysia DF Shathiya Kandasamy
26 Malaysia FW Hamizul Izaidi Zulkifli
28 Malaysia DF Nazirul Afif Ibrahim
30 Brazil DF Raianderson

Youth squad[edit]

Head coaches[edit]

There have been 16 coaches of Perak Darul Ridzuan Football Association since the appointment of the club's first professional coach, Dato' M. Karathu in 1989. The most successful coach of Perak Darul Ridzuan Football Association is Toni Netto from Brazil who had achieved 4 trophies.

Name Period Trophies Total
Domestic International
SLC PLC MC CS FAC ACL UCWC UC USC IC
Malaysia Abdullah Yeop Nordin 1989
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
0
Malaysia Dato' M. Karathu 1989–90, 2001, 2008–09
-
-
-
1
1
-
-
-
-
-
2
Croatia Marco Bilic 1991
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
0
Malaysia Chan Sze Onn 1992
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
0
Czechoslovakia Milous Kvacek 1993–94
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
0
England Ken Shellito 1995
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
0
Malaysia Khaidir Buyong 1996
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
0
Germany Karl Heinz Weigang 1997–99, 1999, 2000
-
-
2
1
-
-
-
-
-
-
3
Malaysia Chow Kwai Lam 1999
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
0
Germany Torsten Spittler 2000
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
0
Brazil Toni Netto 2002–05
2
-
-
1
1
-
-
-
-
-
4
England Steve Darby 2005–08
-
-
-
2
-
-
-
-
-
-
2
Malaysia Dato' M. Karathu 2009–10
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
0
Malaysia Raja Azlan Shah Raja So'ib 2010–11
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
0
Malaysia Tuan Haji Norizan Bakar 2011–12
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
0
South Korea Jang Jung 2012
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
0
Malaysia Mohd Azraai Khor Abdullah 2013
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
0
Malaysia Abu Bakar Fadzim 2014
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
0
Croatia Vjeran Simunic Sept 2014 – Jan 2015
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
0
Malaysia Dato' M. Karathu Jan 2015 – Aug 2015
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
0
Croatia Vjeran Simunic Sept 2015 – Nov 2015
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
0
Malaysia Syamsul Saad Nov 2015 – May 2016
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
0
Germany Karl-Heinz Weigang May 2016 – Feb 2017
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
0
Australia Mehmet Durakovic Feb 2017 – Present
-
-
1
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
1
Total 1989–16 2 0 3 5 2 0 0 0 0 0 12

Managerial history[edit]

Managers by years (1992–present)

Years Name Nationality
1992–1993 Safri Nawawi  Malaysia
1998 – 2000 Raja Ahmad Zainuddin Raja Omar  Malaysia
2001–06 Jamal Nasir Rasdi  Malaysia
2007–08 Mohammed Mahiyuddin Abdullah  Malaysia
2008–10 Nor Azli Musa  Malaysia
2011–13 Khairul Azwan Harun  Malaysia
2014 Azhar Ahmad  Malaysia
November 2014 Vjeran Simunic  Croatia
2015 M. Karathu  Malaysia
2016 Shahrul Zaman Yahya  Malaysia
2017–2018 Shahrul Azhar  Malaysia
2019–Present Adly Shah Ahmad Tah  Malaysia

Management team[edit]

Club personnel[edit]

As 5 February 2019.

Position Name
President Malaysia Dato' Seri Ahmad Faizal Azumu
Deputy President Malaysia Dato' Adly Shah Ahmad Tah
Secretary Malaysia Abdul Aziz Yeop Jamaluddin
Vice-President Malaysia Dato' Muhammad Yadzan Mohammad
Malaysia Abdul Aziz Yeop Jamaluddin
Malaysia Dato' G. Irudianathan
Treasurer
Executive Committee
Members
Malaysia Mohd. Reduan Amir Hamzah
Malaysia Zainal Anuar Abdul Rashid
Malaysia Megat Amerudin Megat Danian
Malaysia Joharudin Johar Ali
Malaysia Mohd. Najib Mohd. Mokhtar
Malaysia Mahadee Ramlee
Malaysia Wan Fadzli Izam Wan Zulkifli
Malaysia Mohd. Suder Satimin
Malaysia Hairul Anwar Mohamed Noor

Current coaching staff[edit]

Position Name
Director of Football
Manager
Head Coach Australia Mehmet Durakovic
Assistant Head Coach Malaysia Shahril Nizam Khalil
Goalkeeping Coach Malaysia Mohd Hamsani Ahmad
Fitness Coach Malaysia Sam Pakiaraj Victor Davaraj
Physiotherapy Malaysia Mohd Zainuddin Zakariar
Team Doctor Malaysia Dr.Vijay Babu Subramaniam
Sport Masseur Malaysia Muhammad Izwan Sudin
Sport Masseur Malaysia Muhammad Syazrin
Kitman Malaysia Muhammad Fahmi Azmil
Security Malaysia Roslan Khan
Academy Manager &
Head of Youth Development
Malaysia Ahmad Shahrul Azhar Sofian
U21 Head Coach Malaysia Syamsul Saad
U21 Assistant Head Coach Malaysia Chan Wing Hoong
U21 Assistant Coach Malaysia K. Nanthakumar

Source:[31]

Continental record[edit]

Season Competition Round Club Home Away Aggregate
1969 Asian Champion Club Tournament Group B Hong Kong Kowloon Motor Bus 6–2 4th
Iran Persepolis 4–2
Israel Maccabi Tel Aviv 1–1
Japan Toyo Kogyo 2–0
1971 Asian Champion Club Tournament Group A Kuwait Al Arabi 3–0 4th
South Korea ROK Army 3–0
Iran Taj Tehran 3–0
2003 ASEAN Club Championship Group B Singapore Singapore Armed Forces 0–2 1st
Brunei DPMM FC 3–0
Quarter Final Cambodia Samart United 2–0
Semi Final Thailand BEC Tero Sasana 1–3
3rd Place Playoff Indonesia Petrokimia Putra 3–0
2004 AFC Cup Group D Maldives Club Valencia 2–0 0–1 1st
Hong Kong Happy Valley 2–1 1–2
Singapore Home United 2–2 2–2
Quarter Final Singapore Geylang United 1–2 3–2 3–5
2005 AFC Cup Group D Singapore Tampines Rovers 2–1 4–2 4th
Maldives Club Valencia 1–2 1–1
Hong Kong Sun Hei 0–1 2–1
2019 AFC Champions League Preliminary Round 2 Hong Kong Kitchee 1–1 (a.e.t.)
(6–5 p)
Play-off round South Korea Ulsan Hyundai 5–1

Honours[edit]

Domestic competitions[edit]

League[edit]

Winners (2): 2002, 2003
Winners (0):
Winners (0):

Cup[edit]

Winners (2): 1990, 2004
Runners-up (3): 1991, 2002, 2005
Winners (8): 1926, 1931, 1957, 1967, 1970, 1998, 2000, 2018
Runners-up (11): 1923, 1951, 1959, 1960, 1961, 1964, 1971, 1972, 1974, 2001, 2007
Winners (3): 1999, 2005, 2006
  • Unity Shield
Winners (0):
Runners-up (1): 2019

Club records[edit]

Update on 22 October 2017.

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 FA Malaysia Charity Competition Result
2004 Super League 21 10 6 5 35 27 36 4th Champions Group stage AFC Cup Quarter-finals
2005 Super League 21 9 3 9 33 25 30 3rd Runner-up Semi-finals Champions AFC Cup Group stage
2005–06 Super League 21 9 3 9 32 29 30 3rd Quarter-finals Semi-finals Champions
2006–07 Super League 24 16 5 3 58 22 53 2nd 2nd round Runner-up
2007–08 Super League 24 13 2 9 46 34 41 5th 2nd round Quarter-finals AFC Cup Quarter-finals
2009 Super League 26 9 5 12 27 36 32 10th Quarter-finals Group stage
2010 Super League 26 8 6 12 25 30 30 11th 2nd round Group stage
2011 Super League 26 10 10 6 31 24 40 6th Quarter-finals Quarter-finals
2012 Super League 26 13 3 10 40 43 42 4th 2nd round Group stage
2013 Super League 22 8 5 9 23 27 29 7th 1st round Group stage
2014 Super League 22 8 2 12 22 27 26 9th 1st round Group stage
2015 Super League 22 8 4 10 32 33 28 8th Quarter-finals Group stage
2016 Super League 22 7 7 8 29 30 28 6th Semi-finals Group stage
2017 Super League 22 9 7 6 30 31 34 5th 3rd round Semi-finals
2018 Super League 22 10 6 6 35 27 36 2nd Quarter-finals Champions

Source:[32][33]

Individual player awards[edit]

Overall Favourite Player Award

Season Player
2006–07 Malaysia Kaliappan Nanthakumar

M-League Golden Boots – Top Goalscorer Overall

Season Player Goals
2001 Malaysia Norizam Ali Hassan 13
2002 Malaysia Muhamad Khalid Jamlus 17
2002–05 Malaysia Indra Putra Mahayuddin 15
2005–06 Guinea Keita Mandjou 17
2006–07 Guinea Keita Mandjou 21

M-League Perak FA's League Top Goalscorer

Season Player Goals
1995 Australia Marshall Soper 11
1996 Ivory Coast Noel Dodo Kipee 13
1997 Hungary László Répási 19
1998 Hungary László Répási 8
1999 Malaysia Azrul Amri Burhan 6
Malaysia M.Nagaraja
2000 Malaysia Muhamad Khalid Jamlus 7
2001 Malaysia Norizam Ali Hassan 13
2002 Malaysia Muhamad Khalid Jamlus 17
2003 Malaysia Muhamad Khalid Jamlus 9
2004 Liberia Frank Seator 14
2005 Guinea Keita Mandjou 11
2006 Guinea Keita Mandjou 17
2007 Guinea Keita Mandjou 21
2008 Chile Carlos Arturo Caceres 17
2009 Malaysia Razali Umar Kandasamy 13
2010 Malaysia Mohd Nazri Mohd Kamal 6
2011 Malaysia Akmal Rizal Ahmad Rakhli 9
2012 Slovakia Michal Kubala 13
2013 Brazil Paulo Rangel 11
2014 Nigeria Abdulafees Abdulsalam 5
Montenegro Milan Purović
2015 Brazil Charles Chad 9
South Korea Namkung Woong
2016 Brazil Elias Fernandes 9
2017 State of Palestine Yashir Pinto 6
2018 Brazil Gilmar Filho 11

Club captains history[edit]

Years Name Nationality
1985–1994 Azizol Abu Haniffah  Malaysia
1995–1997 Raja Azlan Shah Raja So'ib  Malaysia
1998–1999 Roslan Hamid  Malaysia
2000–2008 Shahrul Azhar  Malaysia
2009–2010 S. Subramaniam  Malaysia
2010–2011 K. Nanthakumar  Malaysia
2011–2013 Shahrulnizam Mustapa  Malaysia
2014–2016 Nasir Basharudin  Malaysia
2017 Shahrom Kalam  Malaysia
2018–Present Nasir Basharudin  Malaysia

Presidential history[edit]

Years Name
1957–1972 Teoh Chye Hin
1999–2006 DYTM Raja Dr. Nazrin Shah ibni Sultan Azlan Muhibbuddin Shah
2008–2010 Mohamad Nizar Jamaluddin
2010–September 2015 Zainol Fadzi Paharudin
September 2015–August 2018 Abdul Puhat Mat Nayan
August 2018–October 2018 Hasnul Zulkarnain Abdul Munaim
November 2018–Present Ahmad Faizal Azumu

See also[edit]

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