Sime Darby F.C.

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Sime Darby F.C.
Logo
Full name Sime Darby Football Club
Nickname(s) The Giant Killers[1]
Founded 22 January 2010; 5 years ago (2010-01-22)
Ground MPS Stadium
Selayang
Ground Capacity 11,000
Owner Sime Darby Berhad
Coach Ismail Zakaria
League Malaysia Super League
2015 Malaysia Super League, 12th (relegated)
Website Club home page

Sime Darby Football Club is a football club from Malaysia which represents and are backed by Sime Darby Berhad, one of Malaysia's largest conglomerates. The team currently compete in the Malaysia Super League and finished 5th in Season 2014.

Honours[edit]

History[edit]

Sime Darby FC was formed on 22 January 2010, and is backed by the Sime Darby Group, Malaysia's largest multinational conglomerates. The team was officially launched on 4 March 2010 and currently plays its home games at the Majlis Perbandaran Selayang Stadium.

Sime Darby FC most recently competed and finished 5th in the 2014 Malaysia Super League after securing second place in the 2013 Malaysia Premier League.

Sime Darby FC finished undefeated champions of the 2010 Malaysia FAM Cup in its debut season 2010, clinching promotion to the Malaysia Premier League, the second tier professional football league in Malaysia.

In its maiden season in the 2011 Malaysia Premier League, Sime Darby FC finished fifth out of twelve teams. For the 2011 season, Sime Darby FC played at the MBPJ Stadium in Kelana Jaya, Selangor. Sime Darby FC then beat Malaysia Super League team Pahang FA 6–0 on aggregate to qualify for its first ever Malaysia Cup tournament. For the 2012 Malaysia Premier League, Sime Darby FC finished third behind champions ATM and second placed Pahang.

Sime Darby FC is the first club in history to contest the Malaysian FA Cup final, which they managed in 2012. The final was played between Sime Darby FC and Kelantan FA at Bukit Jalil National Stadium on Saturday, 19 May, in which Sime Darby FC lost 0–1. The club's meteoric rise has garnered Sime Darby FC much support from the Malaysian football fraternity with the valiant display against Kelantan who were overwhelming favourites to win the match.

In 2013, Sime Darby FC qualified to the quarter-finals of the Malaysia Cup for the first time, where the club lost 3–1 on aggregate to Sarawak.

Latest news on Sime Darby FC can be found on its official website (www.simedarbyfc.com), Facebook page, 'Sime Darby FC' (www.facebook.com/simedarbyfc) and Twitter account, 'Sime Darby FC' (www.twitter.com/simedarbyfc).

Officials[edit]

Team Committee

  • President: Malaysia YAM Tengku Datuk Seri Ahmad Shah Al-Haj ibni Almarhum Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Shah Al-Haj
  • Deputy President: Malaysia YM Raja Azlan Raja Azwa
  • Vice-President: Malaysia Hafiz Noor
  • Secretary: Malaysia Zainal Amat
  • Treasurer: Malaysia Hilmy Anuar Shah
  • Committee Members: Malaysia Rosli Majid, Muhammad Aderi Yakob, Inderawan Nassir, Zaidi Adnan, Muthu Gopalan, Ismail Zakaria, Siti Roseliza

Team Management & Coaches

  • Team Manager: Malaysia YAM Datuk Seri Tengku Ahmad Shah Al-Haj ibni Almarhum Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Shah Al-Haj
  • Assistant Team Manager: Malaysia Zainal Amat
  • Head Coach: Malaysia Ismail Zakaria
  • Assistant Head Coach: Malaysia Abdul Ghani Malik
  • Goalkeeper Coach: Malaysia Shaharuddin Ahmad Mokshinon
  • Fitness Coach: Malaysia Muhammad Afeeq Aqmal Noorazmi
  • Physiotherapist: Malaysia Aimie Mohamed
  • Physiotherapist: Malaysia Mohd Faris Ismail
  • Kitman: Malaysia Ghaffar Sulaiman
  • U21 Manager: Malaysia Mohd Farid Dewan
  • U21 Assistant Team Manager: Malaysia Almintzi Hasmi Abu Hassan
  • U21 Head Coach: Malaysia Radzali Imbi
  • U21 Assistant Coach: Malaysia Sulaiman Husin
  • U21 Coach: Malaysia Mohd Faizal Esahar
  • U21 GK Coach: Malaysia Azhar Dol
  • U21 Fitness Coach: Malaysia Mohd Firdaus Maasar
  • U21 Physio: Malaysia Muhammad Afnan Hazazi Mohamad
  • U21 Physio: Malaysia Kamal Hassan

Players Season 2015[edit]

No. Name Nationality Position
Goalkeepers
1 Kamarul Effandi Abdul Rahim Malaysia GK
22 Mohd Suffian Abdul Rahman Malaysia GK
25 Mohd Redzuan Harun Malaysia GK
Defenders
2 Azmirul Azmi Malaysia DR, CM, DM, RW
3 Mohd Rafizi Hamdan Malaysia DR, RM, RW
4 Nashriq Yahya Malaysia DC
5 Ivan Dragičević Serbia DC, DL
6 Tengku Qayyum Malaysia DL, LM, LW
15 Yosri Derma Raju Malaysia DC
17 Mohd Alif Shamsudin Malaysia DR, DM, CM
18 Juzaili Samion Malaysia DC, DR
21 K. Prabakaran Malaysia DL, LM
Midfielders
7 Fahrul Razi Kamaruddin Malaysia RM, RW
8 Abdul Halim Zainal Malaysia CM, AM
10 Marko Perovic Serbia LM, LW, CM
12 Mohd Shoufiq Khusaini Malaysia LM, LW
14 Saiful Hasnol Mohd Raffi Malaysia CM
19 Khairul Anwar Shahrudin Malaysia LM, LW
23 Eddy Helmi Abdul Manan Malaysia RM, RW
24 Mohd Hafiszuan Salehuddin Malaysia DM, CM
41 Reinaldo Elias da Costa Australia AM, ST
49 Mohd Fadzli Saari Malaysia AM, CM, ST
Forwards
11 Mohd Nizad Ayub Malaysia ST, AM
13 Mohd Nazrul Kamaruzaman Malaysia ST
16 Mohd Firdaus Azizul Malaysia ST
20 Nemanja Vidaković Serbia ST
32 Muhd Hadzirun Che Hamid Malaysia ST

Source:[2]

U21[edit]

No. Name Nationality Position D.O.B
Goalkeepers
1 Mohd Faridzuean Kamaruddin Malaysia GK 30/3/95
22 Mohammad Fiqri Roslee Malaysia GK 5/9/94
25 Hasrol Nizam Muhamat Malaysia GK 10/1/96
Defenders
2 Wan Arfan Wan Ibrahim Malaysia RB,RWB 18/7/96
5 Faiz Mohd Bandong Malaysia DC 30/1/94
12 Chairi Emmir Solehaddin Malaysia RB.RWB 15/3/94
14 Wan Mohammed Afiq Wan Kasbi Malaysia DC 2/2/94
17 Muhamad Hafiz Zalani Malaysia LB,LWB 18/6/95
19 Muhammad Farhan Hazmi Mohd Nasir Malaysia DC 26/3/95
24 Syed Ismail Syed Ibrahim Malaysia DC 9/6/94
41 Mohd Akmal Md Zahir Malaysia DC 16/2/94
Midfielders
4 Mohamed Mirza Malaysia CM, DM 1994
6 Saiful Hasnol Mohd Raffi Malaysia CM 7/10/93
7 Nur Areff Kamaruddin Malaysia DM, CM 17/1/94
8 Dzulfahmi Abdul Hadi Malaysia LM, LW 25/8/94
9 Muhammad Azri Zulkiflee Malaysia AM, CM 6/1/95
10 Helmi Hariri Ibrahim Malaysia CM 11/9/95
15 Mohd Adib Abu Bakar Malaysia LM, LW 7/2/96
20 Gusti Ishak Fitri Shah Said Malaysia RM, RW 14/3/95
21 Tharvin Naidu a/l R.Selvasingam Malaysia RM, RW, LM, LW 10/4/96
Forwards
3 Muhammad Rijal Fiqry Yusoff Malaysia ST 5/1/94
11 Faiz Hanif Adenan Malaysia ST 4/4/96
13 Mohd Rafiq Shah Zaim Malaysia ST, RM, RW 28/12/94
16 Muhd Hadzirun Che Hamid Malaysia ST 9/2/95
18 Muhamad Hakimi Husin Malaysia ST 4/1/96

Source:[3]

Transfer Season 2015[edit]

For recent transfers, see List of Malaysian football transfers 2015

Transfers (In)

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

No. Position Player
Malaysia GK Mohd Fiqri Roslee (from Sarawak FA)
Serbia DF Ivan Dragicevic (from Borac Banja Luka)
Malaysia DF Tengku Qayyum (from NS Matrix)
Malaysia DF Mohd Alif Shamsudin (from NS Matrix)
Serbia MF Marko Perovic (from Radnički 1923)
Malaysia MF Eddy Helmi Abdul Manan (from NS Matrix)
Malaysia MF Abdul Halim Zainal (from NS Matrix)
No. Position Player
Malaysia MF Mohd Shoufiq Khusaini (from NS Matrix)
Malaysia MF Mohd Hafiszuan Salehuddin (from Putrajaya SPA)
Malaysia MF Khairul Anuar Shahrudin (from DRB-Hicom)
Serbia FW Nemanja Vidakovic (from FK Novi Pazar)
Malaysia FW Mohd Firdaus Azizul (from NS Matrix)
Malaysia FW Mohd Nizad Ayub (from T–Team)

Managers[edit]

Year Manager
2010– Malaysia YAM Datuk Seri Tengku Ahmad Shah ibni Almarhum Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Shah

Coaches[edit]

Year Head Coach
2010– Malaysia Ismail Zakaria

Affiliated Clubs outside the Association[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ https://www.simedarbyfc.com/news-@-news.aspx
  2. ^ "Sime Darby 2015". simedarbyfc.com. Retrieved 20 January 2015. 
  3. ^ "Sime Darby U21". simedarbyfc.com. Retrieved 20 January 2015. 
  4. ^ "Ismail Fokus Asah Bakat". Sime Darby Football Club. Retrieved 26 December 2014. 

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