Perlis FA

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Perlis FA
Perlis FA.png
Full name Perlis Football Association
Persatuan Bola Sepak Perlis
Nickname(s) Northern Lions (Singa Utara)[1]
Founded 1963; 55 years ago (1963)
Ground Tuanku Syed Putra Stadium
Capacity 20,000
President Vacant
Head Coach Manja Man
League FAM League
2017 Premier League, 12th (relegated)
Current season

Perlis Football Association (Malay: Persatuan Bola Sepak Perlis) is an association football club that represents the state of Perlis.

Based in Kangar, Perlis, Perlis FA currently plays in the third division of Malaysian football, the FAM League after relegated from the Premier League in 2017.

History[edit]

Perlis Football Association (Malay: Persatuan Bola Sepak Perlis) is an association football club that represents the state of Perlis.[2][3] The club officially founded in 1963 and have a long-standing rivalry with Kedah FA, the two northern teams collectively known as the Northern Derby. Their home is the 20,000-seat Tuanku Syed Putra stadium and it was built in 1995 after replacing Dato Sheikh Ahmad Stadium. Perlis 's regular kit colours are yellow shirt and blue shorts, representing the state colours.

Perlis had their first major success in the 2004 season, when they won the Malaysia Cup 2004. Domestically, Perlis have won the Malaysia football tournament, lastly in the 2008 Malaysia Charity Shield, 2 Malaysia Cups, 1 Malaysia Super League, 3 Runner up Piala FAs, 2 Malaysia Charity Shield and 1 Malaysian League Division II title in 1989. 2006 was their debut playing in the AFC Cup and the AFC Cup 2010 withdrew.

Sponsors[edit]

The following are the sponsors of Perlis FA since 1995:–

Periods Kit Manufacturer Main Sponsor Other Sponsor
1995 Italy Lotto Dunhill None
1996 Italy Kronos
1997 Germany Adidas
1998 DSSK
1999 Italy Lotto
2000 Germany Adidas
2001 Germany Puma
2002 Italy Diadora
2003 United Kingdom Admiral
2004
2005 Spain Joma Telekom Malaysia Bintong Construction
2006 Italy Kappa
2007 Italy Diadora DSSK
2008 South Korea KIKA Troyten
2009 DSSK
2010 Yayasan Pok dan Kassim
2011 ASTRO
2012 Singapore Kubba
2013 Malaysia Warriors Warriors
2014 X & Thailand FBT Canggih
2015 Malaysia Carino Carino FG Footwear
2016 MaraLiner
2017 Daily Fresco Hotel Ban Cheong
2018 Malaysia SkyHawk Yonhin (Perlis) Sdn. Bhd. FG Footwear


Players[edit]

As of 11 March 2018[4][5]

First-team 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 Firman Zambri
2 Malaysia DF Shaik Awish Aikirani
3 Malaysia DF Hazim Hasrizal
4 Malaysia MF Firdaus Zulkaffli
5 Malaysia MF Zahrul Nizwan
6 Malaysia MF Wan Zul Hilmi Mustaffa
7 Malaysia MF Ikmal Ibrahim
8 Malaysia MF Akmal Noor
9 Malaysia FW Aidil Adha
10 Malaysia MF Razif Hafizi
11 Malaysia FW Syazwan Nordin
12 Malaysia DF Hamizan Aiman
13 Malaysia DF Azmin Fitri
14 Malaysia DF Ezzrul Ikmanizar (captain)
15 Malaysia MF Asrin Kalam
No. Position Player
16 Malaysia FW Norhamizaref Hamid
17 Malaysia MF Syahrizan Shukor
18 Malaysia DF Safwan Hazman
19 Malaysia MF Nashrul Shazrin
20 Malaysia DF Shahrizal Shaharin
21 Malaysia FW Asyraaf Amil
22 Malaysia GK Fahmy Izzarin
23 Malaysia FW Azrizan Ahmad
24 Malaysia DF Hafizi Podzi
25 Malaysia GK Hafiz Abu Bakar
26 Malaysia DF Alif Rohizat
27 Malaysia DF Fakri Mohd Zain
28 Malaysia DF Alif Najmi
29 Malaysia MF Hamzah Ahmad
30 Malaysia FW Qushairi Mustafa

U-19 team[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 Afif Nadzri
2 Malaysia DF Aiman Yusoff
3 Malaysia DF Haziq Akmal
4 Malaysia DF Iskandar Ismail
5 Malaysia DF Nusyamin Jusoh
6 Malaysia MF Azeem Roslan
7 Malaysia MF Faiz Saffuan
8 Malaysia MF Imran Azizi
9 Malaysia MF Tengku Fikri
10 Malaysia FW Aliff Najmie
11 Malaysia MF Izzat Taufeq
12 Malaysia DF Ikhmal Mansor
13 Malaysia MF Danial Abdullah
14 Malaysia MF Syafiq Harith
No. Position Player
15 Malaysia DF Kamal Arif
16 Malaysia MF Navitha JR a/l Kla Chang
17 Malaysia MF Harith Izzudin
18 Malaysia DF Fauzan Fazil
19 Malaysia GK Alif Fahmi
20 Malaysia FW Izdyhar Ehsan
21 Malaysia DF Haiqal Noh
22 Malaysia GK Annil Hakim
23 Malaysia MF Aidil Ezraf
24 Malaysia MF Somsak a/l Sayri
25 Malaysia MF Faiz Nazri
26 Malaysia DF Akhil Asyraf
27 Malaysia MF Uwais Hazisukino

Management team[edit]

Position Staff
First team manager Malaysia Zailuddin Ariffin
Assistant manager Malaysia Zainal Abidin
First team head coach Malaysia Manja Man
Assistant head coach Malaysia Shamshahril Shuib @Yaacob
Goalkeeper coach Malaysia Ahmad Jazree Abd Ghani
Fitness coach Malaysia Syed Shahbudin Omar

Source:[citation needed]

Honours[edit]

Title Winners Runners-up
Malaysia Cup (2) 2004, 2006 2005
Division 1/ Premier 1/ Super League (1) 2005 2009
Division 2/ Premier 2/ Liga Premier (1) 1989
FAM League 2015
Piala FA 2003, 2006, 2007
Malaysia Charity Shield (2) 2007, 2008 2005

Club records[edit]

Update on 2 March 2018.
*Note :

  • P = Played, W = Win, D = Draw, L= Loss, F = Goal for, A = Goal against, D = Goal difference, 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 D Pts Pos Charity Malaysia FA Competition Result
1995 Liga Premier 28 9 5 14 37 46 -9 32 10th Group stage 1st round 4th Scissors cup[6] Runner-up
1996 Liga Premier 28 10 6 12 30 29 +1 36 10th Group stage 2nd round
1997 Liga Premier 28 13 6 9 42 36 +6 45 6th Semi-finals 2nd round
1998 Premier 1 22 7 4 11 33 39 -6 25 11th Not qualified 2nd round
1999 Premier 2 18 9 2[a] 7 36 26 +10 31 4th Group stage 2nd round
2000 Premier 1 22 6 7 9 24 27 -3 25 9th Group stage 1st round
2001 Premier 1 22 9 4 9 31 31 +0 31 6th Quarter-finals 2nd round
2002 Premier 1 26 11 8 7 31 23 +9 41 7th Group stage 1st round
2003 Premier 1 24 13 6 5 40 23 +17 45 3rd Semi-finals Runner-up
2004 Super League 21 10 6 5 41 30 +11 36 3rd Champions 3rd round
2005 Super League 21 14 3 4 43 19 +24 45 1st Runner-up Runner-up 2nd round
2005–06 Super League 21 8 6 7 26 25 +1 30 4th Champions Runner-up AFC Cup Group stage
2006–07 Super League 24 13 4 7 47 25 +22 43 5th Champions Quarter-finals Runner-up
2007–08 Super League 24 10 6 8 36 25 +11 36 7th Champions Quarter-finals 1st round
2009 Super League 26 17 5 4 40 19 +21 56 2nd Semi-finals Semi-finals
2010 Super League 26 8 5 13 32 35 -3 29 12th Quarter-finals 1st round AFC Cup Withdrew
2011 Super League 26 2 4 20 20 61 -41 10 14th Not qualified 1st round
2012 Liga Premier 22 4 3 15 38 68 -30 15 11th Not qualified 2nd round
2013 Liga Premier 22 6 4 12 27 42 -15 22 10th Not qualified 1st round
2014 Liga Premier 22 2 6 14 21 50 -29 12 11th Not qualified 2nd round
2015 FAM League 18 12 6 0 33 10 +23 42 1st Not qualified 1st round
2016 Liga Premier 22 10 4 8 38 32 +6 34 6th Not qualified 3rd round
2017 Liga Premier 22 4 3 15 22 55 −33 12 12th Not qualified 3rd round
2018 FAM League 2nd round

Source:[7][8]

  1. ^ Draw were followed by penalty shootouts for an additional point.

Individual player awards[edit]

M-League Golden boot winners[edit]

Season Player Goals
2003 Zambia Phillimon Chepita 23
2005 Zambia Zacharia Simukonda 18
2009 Malaysia Mohd Nizaruddin Yusof 18

M-League Top goalscorer[edit]

Season Player Goals
1995 Uzbekistan Rustam Abdullaev 11
2003 Zambia Phillimon Chepita 23
2004 Zambia Phillimon Chepita 9
Malaysia Yusri Che Lah
2005 Zambia Zacharia Simukonda 18
2005–06 Zambia Phillimon Chepita 13
2006–07 Zambia Phillimon Chepita 13
Malaysia Azlan Ismail
2007–08 Zambia Phillimon Chepita 13
2009 Malaysia Mohd Nizaruddin Yusof 18
2010 Malaysia Ahmad Fakri Saarani 5
2011 Malaysia Rizal Ghazali 5
2012 Sierra Leone Lamin Conteh 8
2013 Malaysia Badrul Hisani Abd Rahman 6
2014 Ivory Coast Dao Bakary 8
2015 Malaysia Mohd Shafiq Azmi 14
2016 Brazil Charles Chad 7
2017 England Brandon Adams 6

President history[edit]

Years Name Achievements Records
1998–2013 Dato' Seri Shahidan Kassim Champion 2004 Malaysia Cup
Champion 2006 Malaysia Cup
Runner-up 2005 Malaysia Cup
Runner-up 2003 Piala FA 2006 Piala FA and 2007 Piala FA
Champion 2005 Malaysia Super League
Runner-up 2009 Malaysia Super League
Champion 2007 Malaysia Charity Shield and 2008 Malaysia Charity Shield
Runner-up 2005 Malaysia Charity Shield
Qualify to 2006 AFC Cup and 2010 AFC Cup
2013–2017 Datuk Rozabil Abdul Rahman Relegated FAM Cup 2015

Runner-up of 2015 Malaysia FAM League Promoted to 2016 Liga Premier Relegated FAM Cup 2017

2017–2018 Ir. Shaharuddin Ismail Relegated FAM Cup 2018

Manager history[edit]

Manager by Years (2008–present)

Years Name
2008–2009 Malaysia Dato' Ismail Kassim
2009–2010 Malaysia Mohd Noor Aziz
2010–2012 Malaysia Azahar Ahmad
2013–2014 Malaysia Shahruddin Ismail
2015–2017 Malaysia Afifi Osman
2018– Malaysia Zailuddin Ariffin

Coaches[edit]

Coach by Years (1985–present)

Years Name
1985–89 Malaysia Mohd Mohayudin Rosli
1994–96 Slovakia Joseph Herel
1996 Malaysia Bakri Ibni
1997–2000 Malaysia Abdul Rahman Ibrahim
2001 Malaysia Salim Tofel Mohamad
2001–2002 Malaysia Tajuddin Noor
2003–2005 Malaysia Norizan Bakar
2005–2007 Malaysia Abdul Rahman Ibrahim
2007–2009 Malaysia Irfan Bakti Abu Salim
2010 Malaysia Muhammad Nidzam Adzha Yusoff
2010 Malaysia Ahmad Yunus Mohd Alif
2011 Malaysia Moshtakeen Omar
March 2011–April 2011 Malaysia Salim Tofel Mohamad (caretaker)
April 2011–October 2011 Hungary Jánós Krécská
June 2012–December 2012 Malaysia Robert Scully
December 2012–November 2013 Malaysia Ahmad Yunus Mohd Alif
December 2013–June 2014 Malaysia Reduan Abdullah
December 2014–October 2015 Malaysia Yusri Che Lah
November 2015 Malaysia Dollah Salleh
December 2016–6 March 2017 Malaysia Razip Ismail
8 March 2017–November 2017[9] Malaysia Syamsul Saad
December 2017–present Malaysia Manja Man

Football clubs[edit]

Affiliated clubs within the association[edit]

  • Malaysia KSK Tambun Tulang F.C.

This club has been played in Piala FA. However, this team lost from our vision.

Both clubs currently playing in Liga Bola Sepak Rakyat which was organised by FAM.

Supporters[edit]

Brigate Gialloblu is fan club of Perlis FA as known as Ultras Perlis. This club has been established on 2011. They have support their lovely team even Perlis FA are in their worst performance. They always make the match of Perlis become rousing and smart with their songs and chants. At the stadium, people can easily recognized them based on their main outfit which is black with yellow and blue mafla. They always stand at a same place at stadium which usually known as 'curva'. They are still lack of numbers, so they strongly encourage any Perlis supporters to join them.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Che Ahmad, Anuar. "How Perlis football team got his "Northern Lion" title". Facebook.com. Retrieved 14 June 2016. 
  2. ^ http://www.rsssf.com/tablesm/malay2016.html Malaysia 2016
  3. ^ http://www.rsssf.com/tablesm/malay2017.html Malaysia 2017
  4. ^ "Perlis FA 2018". www.pengurusanbolasepakfam.org.my. Retrieved 17 July 2018. 
  5. ^ "Kelantan U19". www.pengurusanbolasepakfam.org.my. Retrieved 23 June 2018. 
  6. ^ 4th Scissors Cup 1995
  7. ^ https://int.soccerway.com/national/malaysia/premier-league/2016/regular-season/r34043/
  8. ^ http://www.rsssf.com/tablesm/malay2016.html
  9. ^ "Syamsul Saad dilantik ketua jurulatih baru Perlis". www.fourthofficial.com. 8 March 2017. Retrieved 10 March 2017. 

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