DRB-Hicom F.C.

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DRB-HICOM FC
DRB-HICOM FC Official Logo.png
Full name DRB-HICOM Football Club
Nickname(s) The Great Bees
Founded 2008 as Pos FC
2014 as DRB-HICOM FC
Ground Proton City Stadium
Ground Capacity 3,000
Owner DRB-HICOM
President Shaari Shazali
Coach Chong Yee Fatt
League Malaysia Premier League
2015 Malaysia Premier League, 10th
Website Club home page

DRB-HICOM Football Club is a professional Malaysian football club, which currently plays in the Malaysia Premier League, the second tier of the country’s steadily emerging football league.

Commonly referred to as The Great Bees, the team’s current home ground is at the Proton City Stadium in Tanjung Malim located within the state of Perak, Malaysia. The well-facilitated stadium currently has a capacity for 3,000 fans.

Established in 2008 to unite DRB-HICOM’s more than 60,000 employees through sports and specifically football, DRB-HICOM FC also provides an important avenue to uncover and nurture talents within the Group who will go on to become stars in the local as well as regional football arena in the future.

Since its inception, the club continues to attract local players and international footballers from Nigeria, Japan, Croatia, Ghana, Denmark and South Korea to don DRB-HICOM FC’s colours and to continue building the club’s reputation in the domestic league as well as on the regional arena.

Club's Names[edit]

  • 2008-2013  : Pos Football Club (Pos FC)
  • 2014–present : DRB-HICOM Football Club (DRB-HICOM FC)[1]

Official Kit Sponsor[edit]

Period Official Kit Sponsor
2015 Mizuno
2016 Mizuno

History[edit]

Established in 2008 as the Pos Malaysia Football Club when the team was first registered with the Kuala Lumpur Football Association (KLFA), the club subsequently competed in the KLFA Premier League in the same year and gave a good account of itself in its debut year.

Very shortly, the following year in 2009, Pos Malaysia FC competed in the Malaysia FAM Cup, the third-tier of the Malaysian Football League. Thus far for the modest but highly ambitious club, past accolades include becoming champion of the Malaysia FAM Cup in 2009 and successfully winning promotion to the Malaysia Premier League in 2010.

In 2014, the club changed its name to DRB-HICOM Football Club, to better reflect the synergy with the Group’s brand and also to allow the team to leverage on the international presence of the Group’s growing portfolio of products and services.

Club Officials[edit]

Position Name
President / Team Manager Malaysia Shaari Shazali
Vice President / Asst. Manager Malaysia Amir Haidi Samion
Secretary General / Asst. Manager Malaysia Shafizah Umamah Abdul Mutalib
Team Coordinator / Media Officer Malaysia Noorhardly Muhamad
Administration Executive Malaysia Muhammad Izzuddin Azman
Head Coach Malaysia Chong Yee Fatt
Assistant Head Coach Malaysia Hamizar Hamzah
Goal Keeper Coach Malaysia Roslan Othman
Player/Assistant Goal Keeper Coach Malaysia Mohd Azlen Ahmad Jabri
Fitness Coach Malaysia Khairal Afiq Jamal Abd Haziq
Physiotherapist Malaysia Nor Efendi Yasin
Physiotherapist 2 Malaysia Mohammad Aim Fazli Abdul Rahim
Kitman Malaysia Shaifulizam Masab
Kitman Malaysia Shamsulazly Anuar

Current Squad[edit]

No. Name Nationality Position D.O.B
Goalkeepers
1 Mohd Hafidz Romly Malaysia GK 20/9/89
12 Mohd Hafiz Abu Bakar Malaysia GK 29/2/92
13 Mohd Jibrail Kamaron Bahrin Malaysia GK 30/1/85
21 Mohd Azlen Ahmad Jabri Malaysia GK 25/2/80
29 Iszwan Aliff Ismail Malaysia GK 6/6/98
Defenders
2 Ibrahim Aziz Malaysia LB, CM, DM 11/1/93
3 Mohd Hamirul Hakim Mohd Akher Malaysia CB 23/11/95
4 Nasrullah Haniff Johan Malaysia CB 25/6/90
6 A. Puvanarajah Malaysia RB,RWB,DM 11/03/91
15 K. Shathiya Malaysia CB 29/01/90
16 Abdullah Yusoff Malaysia CB 17/9/87
22 Mohd Khairul Asyraf Ramli Malaysia RB,RWB 31/12/94
23 Mohd Faizal Mansor Malaysia LB,LWB,LM 21/08/86
25 Muhd Safwan Hashim Malaysia RB,LB.DM 1/3/94
27 Godwin Antwi Spain CB 7/6/88
Midfielders
8 Muhammad Nazri Mohd Kamal Malaysia RM, RW 29/3/91
10 Hairil Irwan Jamaludin Malaysia RM, RW 29/3/91
14 Kim Jin-Ryong South Korea AM, ST,DC 9/10/82
17 Muhd Izuan Salahuddin Malaysia LM, LW 31/10/91
18 Muhammad Zikry Kamaruzaman Malaysia CM 4/6/96
19 Ashadi Mohd Yusoff Malaysia DM, CM 19/12/81
20 Muhd Azmi Hamzah Malaysia LM, LW 18/4/93
24 M. Yoganathan Malaysia DM, CM 30/5/91
28 Muhd Shamar Fadzil Malaysia CM 8/7/93
30 Mohamad Hakimi Isa Malaysia LM, LW 5/7/97
Forwards
7 Ivan Babić Croatia ST 29/4/84
9 Mohd Arip Amiruddin Malaysia ST, RB,RWB 15/12/92
11 Cedric Mbarga Cameroon ST,LW,AM 27/11/92
26 Muhd Daniel Azeem Mohd Fauzi Malaysia ST 7/7/95

Source:[2] Source:[3]

Transfers[edit]

For recent transfers, see List of Malaysian football transfers 2016 and List of Malaysian football transfers summer 2016

In[edit]

Pos. Name From
Denmark Philip Lund Faroe Islands B36 Tórshavn
South Korea Kim Jin-yong Malaysia NS Matrix F.C.
Malaysia K. Sathiya Malaysia AirAsia F.C.
Malaysia Mohd Arip Amiruddin Malaysia PKNS F.C.
Malaysia A. Puvanarajah Malaysia Real Mulia F.C.
Malaysia M. Yoganathan Malaysia Real Mulia F.C.
Malaysia Nazri Kamal Malaysia Sarawak FA
Malaysia Hafidz Romly Malaysia Terengganu FA
Malaysia Muhammad Azmi Hamzah Malaysia T–Team F.C.
Malaysia Mohd Hafiz Abu Bakar Malaysia UiTM F.C.
Malaysia Hairil Irwan Jamaludin Malaysia Young Fighters F.C.
Malaysia Nasrullah Haniff Johan Malaysia Young Fighters F.C.
Malaysia Mohd Khairul Asyraf Ramli Malaysia Felda United F.C. U21
Malaysia Mohd Faizal Mansor Malaysia Perak

Out[edit]

Pos. Name To
AMC Malaysia Khairul Naim Mahyuddin Malaysia AirAsia F.C.
DC Malaysia Ahmad Shahir Ismail Malaysia Melaka United
MC Malaysia Muhd Afiq Amsyar Salamat Malaysia PKNP F.C.
AMR Malaysia Mohd Aris Zaidi Malaysia MOF F.C.
AM/ST Malaysia Mohd Fakhrullah Rosli Malaysia SAMB FC
ST Malaysia Mohd Ismail Mamat
Japan Terukazu Tanaka
Japan Hayato Hashimoto retired

Current & Previous Head Coaches[edit]

Year Coach
2009 Malaysia Mohd Anizam Daud
2010-2010 Malaysia Lim Kok Onn
2010-2011 Malaysia Mat Zan Mat Aris
2012-2014 Malaysia G.Torairaju
Dec 2014-Feb 2015 Australia Marshall Soper
Feb 2015- Malaysia Chong Yee Fatt

Honours[edit]

Domestic competitions[edit]

League Positions[edit]

2014 Malaysia Premier League - 8th

2015 Malaysia Premier League - 10th

Official Partners[edit]

2014 - DRB-HICOM, Pos Malaysia

2015 - DRB-HICOM, Pos Malaysia, PROTON, Bank Muamalat, Mizuno, Altel Communications

2016 - DRB-HICOM, Pos Malaysia, PROTON, Bank Muamalat, Mizuno, DRB-HICOM Auto Solutions (DHAS)

See also[edit]

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "KL Pos Malaysia FC tukar nama". Teka Skor. 2 October 2013. Retrieved 8 November 2013. 
  2. ^ "DRB-HICOM 2014 Statistics". ifball.com. Retrieved 10 May 2014. 
  3. ^ "DRB-HICOM 2015 Player". DRB-HICOM FC. Retrieved 10 March 2015.