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Lions XII , Johor FC teruskan saingan



WAN MOHD NOOR HAFIZ WAN MANSOR

8 September 2012



KEPUTUSAN seri perlawanan terakhir kumpulan A antara Lions XII dan Johor FC pada 14 September lalu, sudah cukup melayakkan kedua-dua pasukan tersebut mara ke saingan lapan terbaik Piala Malaysia selepas ini walaupun berbaki satu perlawanan.

Lions XII yang muncul pendahulu kumpulan A berkongsi lapan mata dengan Johor FC namun dibeza dengan jaringan bolos pastinya mahu layak secara automatik ke peringkat suku akhir.


PERLU AGRESIF


Mencatatkan jumlah jaringan empat gol setakat ini bukanlah sesuatu yang boleh dibanggakan buat Lions XII jika dibandingkan Johor FC dengan enam gol dan ia adalah jumlah jaringan terbanyak dalam kumpulan A.

Johor FC yang dikejutkan dengan kebangkitan Johor pada pertemuan Selasa lalu, tewas 3-1 sekali gus turut memadam hasrat awal Sang Lebah untuk layak ke pusingan seterusnya.

Pastinya kekalahan pusingan pertama mahu ditebus Johor FC Apabila bertandang ke Stadium Jalan Besar, Singapura. Namun bukan satu tugas mudah.

Keputusan seri akan menjamin Sang Lebah dan Singa Kota untuk layak ke suku akhir Piala Malaysia 2012 dan mungkin satu persembahan berhati-hati bakal dipamerkan oleh kedua-dua pasukan.

Pertemuan menarik dua pasukan berjiran ini bermula sejak pada awal saingan kumpulan lagi, namun lebih menarik Johor FC dilihat berjaya memberi tekanan kepada Naib Juara Liga Super 2012 tersebut sehingga kini.


ELAK KECEDERAAN


LAK KECEDERAAN

Hanya perlu raih satu mata dalam kunjungan ditempat lawan. Itulah perlu dilakukan anak didik Sazali Saidon adalam perlawanan terakhir peringkat kumpulan menentang Lions XII.

Sambil mengharapkan tiada sebarang kecederaan buat pemainnya, Johor FC sebenarnya sudah boleh berbangga dengan pencapaian layak dalam kelompok lapan terbaik berbanding tahun
sebelumnya apabila tersingkir dalam peringkat kumpulan.

Tiada mustahil sesuatu mampu dilakukan Sang Lebah walaupun mereka pada awalnya kirang diberikan tumpuan peminat bola sepak tempatan.


HAMBAR


BAGI Johor sendiri, mungkin kemenangan seterusnya mahu ditagih dalam usaha menjulang kembali maruah pasukan yang pernah muncul juara Piala Malaysia pada 1985 dan 1991.

Biarpun menghuni tangga kedua kumpulan dan berkongsi kedudukan dengan PKNS ditangga tercorot, mereka perlu membuktikan kemampuan mereka sekurang-kurangnya menutup kempen saingan dengan kemenangan dan penyertaannya bukan sekadar pelengkap kumpulan.


RAIH TIGA MATA


PKNS yang sebelum ini digelar raja seri akhirnya berjaya mengatasi badi itu setelah menewaskan Lions XII 1-0 di laman sendiri.

Paling jelas keputusan perlawanan Lions XII dan Johor FC yang bakal menentukan nasib Johor dan PKNS di dalam kempen Piala Malaysia kali ini.

Secara teorinya peluang PKNS dan Johor yang turut berkongsi lima mata dilihat tipis untuk mara ke peringkat seterusnya.

Jumlah jaringan kedua-dua pasukan ini sebenarnya lebih banyak berbanding pendahulu kumpulan namun jumlah bolos gol menerjah gawang turut diambil kira sekiranya mereka memperolehi
keputusan positif pada pertemuan terakhir.



- Sinar Harian -




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Selangor hampiri separuh akhir




Oleh NURUL HUDA HASSAN
huda.hassan@utusan.com.my




JOHOR BAHRU - Selangor menghampiri pentas separuh akhir Piala Malaysia selepas menang selesa 3-1 ke atas Johor FC pada perlawanan suku akhir pertama di Stadium Pasir Gudang di sini, malam tadi.

Red Giants bermula garang apabila Bosko Balaban hampir menggegar gawang lawan seawal minit pertama, namun diselamatkan penjaga gol M. Zamir Selamat.

Skuad Merah Kuning ternyata tidak gugup beraksi di depan ribuan penyokong Skuad Lebah yang memenuhi stadium apabila terus mendominasi aksi separuh masa pertama.

Gol pertama pasukan pelawat dihasilkan menerusi sepakan percuma ketua pasukan, Safiq Rahim dari luar kotak penalti pada minit ke-11.

Mohd. Bunyamin Umar kemudiannya mengukuhkan kelebihan skuad bimbingan Irfan Bakti Abu Salim pada minit ke-20 melalui tendangan kencang.

Red Giants semakin selesa dengan jaringan ketiga apabila Zamir melakukan kesilapan setelah gagal menangkap kemas cubaan Mohd. Amri Yahyah pada minit ke-24.

Johor FC bangkit pada babak kedua dan merapatkan jurang gol menerusi Mohd. Akmal Mohd. Nor pada minit ke-52, yang mendapat hantaran ketua pasukan Md. Khairul Ismail.

Selangor terpaksa beraksi dengan 10 pemain pada minit ke-65 apabila Bunyamin dilayangkan kad kuning kedua.



- Utusan Malaysia -





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Dua pasukan Johor tukar nama





Oleh Rizar Mohd Noor
rizar@mediaprima.com.my




NAMA Johor FC dalam saingan Liga Super kini tinggal sejarah kerana pasukan itu akan dikenali sebagai Johor dengan legenda bola sepak Singapura, Fandi Ahmad yang dibantu jurulatih Harimau Muda B, Ismail Ibrahim mengendalikan skuad itu bagi kempen Liga Malaysia musim depan.

Setiausaha Kehormat Persatuan Bola Sepak Negeri Johor (PBNJ), Suhairi Hashim ketika mengesahkan perkara itu berkata, pengurusan Johor FC kini diambil alih PBNJ yang akan turut menguruskan pasukan Johor, yang kini dikenali sebagai Johor FA untuk beraksi dalam kancah Liga Perdana 2013.


Beliau berkata, berikutan perubahan itu, Fandi dan Ismail akan mengendalikan skuad Johor yang dulunya dikenali Johor FC manakala Azmi Mohamad akan membimbing Johor FA yang turut diperkuat beberapa pemain Johor FC dengan rata-rata barisan pemain membabitkan anak jati negeri itu.

Ingin saya tekankan Presiden PBNJ, Tunku Ismail Sultan Ibrahim mahukan beberapa pemain berpengalaman yang mampu bimbing pemain muda Johor. Justeru, seperti yang dijanjikan Tunku Ismail, Johor FA yang beraksi pada saingan Liga Perdana akan turut mendapat barisan pemain mantap kerana sasaran utama adalah layak ke Liga Super 2014 dan saya yakin kehadiran beberapa bekas pemain Johor FC pasti menambahkan lagi kekuatan pasukan itu, katanya.


Pada saingan Liga Malaysia musim depan, Suhairi mengesahkan Stadium Pasir Gudang tidak dijadikan gelanggang utama sebaliknya Stadium Larkin yang mampu memuatkan lebih 20,000 penyokong menjadi venue pasukan itu bagi mengharungi aksi liga domestik itu.


Kedua-dua pasukan Johor dan Johor FA akan beraksi di gelanggang sama selepas pengurusan diletakkan di bawah PBNJ dan usaha ini adalah langkah terbaik mengembalikan martabat bola sepak Johor.




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Wajarkah FAM tidak membenarkan pasukan Club bertanding dalam Piala Presiden 2013 ? Hasil menguruskan pasukan di Piala Presiden, pasukan Club seperti Sime Darby FC berjaya menurunkan pemain dari Piala Presiden pada perlawanan akhir Piala FA 2012 (Azmirul Azmi), dan jaringan pemain Piala Presiden yang menumbangkan Terengganu di separuh akhir (Syukor Saidin). Tidakkah ini menunjukkan pengurusan yang baik dapat melahirkan bakat baru untuk mengembangkan bolasepak negara ?

Jika pasukan FA dapat mengurus pasukan di Liga M dengan feeder players dari pasukan Piala Presiden, mengapa pasukan Club tidak mendapat faedah yang sama ? Adakah ini cara FAM untuk ' membunuh ' Club, selepas perlawanan akhir Piala FA dan Piala Malaysia 2012 hanya pasukan Kelantan yang layak dari kalangan pasukan negeri dan lawannya bukan pasukan negeri ?

Admin pasti bukan hanya orang dewasa dan berakal yang mampu mempersoalkan perkara sebegini. Apakah terdapat agenda tersembunyi disebalik ' pembaharuan ' FAM ini ?





National body bar five clubs from competition without explanation



BY ERIC SAMUEL


PETALING JAYA : The FA of Malaysia (FAM) have barred five M-League clubs from fielding teams in the Presidents Cup (Under-21) competition next season.

And the competition committees decision last month caught the five clubs by surprise.

The affected clubs are this years Presidents Cup finalist NS Betaria, PKNS FC, Johor FC, T-Team and FA Cup finalist Sime Darby FC.

A spokesman for the five clubs said they were informed of the decision via a FAM circular last month.

No reason was given for barring the clubs participation in the Presidents Cup. Only the State FAs, including Kuala Lumpur, Armed Forces, Police and guest teams Bukit Jalil Sports School (BJSS) and the Bandar Penawar Sports School are eligible to play in the Presidents Cup competition next year, he said.

The clubs are serious about promoting the game. There are several players who got their big breaks playing for these clubs and some have since made it to national team. The clubs in the top flight need a feeder team and a good number of players move up from the Presidents Cup to the senior teams.

It doesnt make sense barring the clubs from competing in the Presidents Cup. We hope FAM will reconsider the decision. Most of the clubs have appealed to FAM but have not received any reply.

A senior team coach said that they even had to terminate the contracts of their coaching staff following the FAMs decision last month.

We want to see a gradual continuity of the players. We are serious about developing the game, too. But how are we to play our roles positively if there are such obstacles ? asked the coach.

He also chided FAM for scrapping the Piala Belia Under-19 League a few years ago.

Some of the clubs are well-funded and have plans to set up their own academy and youth development programmes. But what is the point when the FAM host the Youth Cup (Under-19) on a carnival basis. It defeats the purprose as the boys need competitive matches in their respective age groups, said the coach.

There needs to be an avenue for competition, too. The Under-19 and Under-21 players will eventually help the national team one day.

FAM competitions committee chairman Datuk Hamidin Mohd Amin was not available for comment.



- The Star -



http://football.thestar.com.my/2 ... ithout-explanation/





Cabron del Mundo : diaorang tak nak talent lari ke kelab sebab boleh bayar gaji mahal..jadi state rugi sebab tak boleh bayar gaji mahal macam kelab..jadi untuk memudahkan kerja dan menjaga bontot mereka supaya pasukan mereka tak jadi pasukan belasahan..diaorang tutup kelab2 nih..supaya player yang talented balik ke state semula..ini semua tok midin punya kepala otak..






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Tunku Mahkota Johor, Tunku Ismail Ibni Sultan Ibrahim bergambar bersama dengan Safee Sali selepas selesai majlis menandatangani kontrak secara tertutup bersama pasukan Johor.

4 Disember 2012 / Wisma FAM, Kelana Jaya












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Semasa undian perlawanan Liga Malaysia 2013 petang tadi, FAM menggunakan nama Johor Darul Takzim bagi merujuk kepada pasukan Liga Super serta nama Johor bagi pasukan Liga Premier yang dibawah naungan PBNJ. Di page Johor Fan Club juga turut menyatakan kenyataan media TMJ berhubung perkara ini. Diharapkan selepas ini tiada sebarang kekeliruan berkenaan nama pasukan ini.

Johor Darul Takzim bermain di Liga Super.
Johor bermain di Liga Premier.




Sources : FB Bolasepak Malaysia




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Darul Takzim FC Fans (26/12/2012)








Sources : http://www.facebook.com/PenyokongSiberHarimauSelatan




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Darul Takzim FC Vs Woodlands Wellington (26/12/2012)




Result : Darul Takzim FC (5) Woodlands Wellington (1)

Dani Guiza 1, Safee Sali 2, Safiq Rahim 1,  Norshahrul Idlan Talaha 1







http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TXq9qz4ext4




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Final 4 penjuru Darul Takzim FC vs Johor United
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2013 Kappa Darul Takzim FC Shirt














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Darul Takzim FC Official Song




Joe Flizzow, Amy Search, MicBandits & Hasbullah Awang - Kita Tetap Menang


Lyrics : Joe Flizzow, Amy Search & MicBandits performing Kita Tetap Menang.

(P) & (C) 2013 Kartel Records







http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4UdRK8LZ3eY






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Tigers backlash



Azraai will be happy with draw in Johor


Friday, January 11, 2013 - 14:34

by T. Vignesh

Location:
KUALA LUMPUR

PERAK coach Mohd Azraai Khor expects a backlash against Johor Darul Takzim in Johor Baru today.
Azraai said that it was going to be a very tough away match for Perak.



They just lost to Pahang and that would fire up the Johor players to go all out against us, he said.

We are up against a wounded tiger, so we will have to be extra careful.

He added a draw would be a really good result for Perak but a win was not improbable.

If my boys can manage three points, it will be a bonus for us, Azraai said.

In football anything can happen. No one expected Pahang to get all three points after being down by two goals.

At the same time, Azraai said that he was happy with teams performance against T-Team although Perak won courtesy of an own goal.

Its a new team with new players and combination. They have clicked together very fast, he said.

New signing S. Chanturu is yet to join training because of a right knee injury. Perak captain Shahrulnizam Mustapa is also out with a calf injury but is expected to be back in the next few weeks.

When both these players come back we will have a combination of new and old players which will make us stronger, he said.

Meanwhile, former giants Selangor are expecting to win against Lions XII in Jalan Besar tomorrow.

Selangor coach Irfan Bakti said he was looking forward to the match and confident his team could come back from Jalan Besar with three points.

Our first win against Negri Sembilan was the morale-boosting, he said.

I saw the Lions play against Forces on Wednesday and they are a much disciplined side with good attacking play. We must be careful of the mastermind and captain Shahril Ishak who can make a goal out of nothing, said Irfan.

However, Irfan said Selangor were much stronger this season with players such as S. Kunalan and Amri Yahya.

We did not win any trophy last season and that was very disappointing for a club like Selangor. This season we must win at least one trophy, he said.

Selangor last won trophies in 2010 which was the Super League and the Charity Shield.



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Slaying the giants



But foreign signings, Klechjaroski and Borji, were disappointing, says Dollah


Friday, January 11, 2013 - 14:32

by T. Vignesh

Location:
KUANTAN



PAHANG coach Dollah Salleh praised his local players for their excellent performance after The Elephants came back to snatch three points against Johor Darul Takzim on Tuesday night.

Dollah said his boys showed nerves of steel as Pahang came back from two goals down to win their opening match 3-2 at the Darulmakmur Stadium.

Im happy with the way my players came back in the second half. I made a good decision to substitute both my foreign players Nikolche Klechkaroski and Mohamed Borji who did not perform well in the first half, he said.

Im not happy with my foreign players because they did not have the finishing touch. They were unable to even push the Johor defence.

Dollah admitted his team made a lot of mistakes in the first half which allowed Johor hitman Daniel Guiza to capitalise on them.

He added in the second half his players took the game to Johor and consistently pressured them along the flanks. R. Gopinanth and R. Surendren terrorised the Johor defence when they came on for the foreigners.

Im very happy with Gopinaths performance but Im confident he can do better in our second match, said Dollah.

Pahangs next match is against Felda United tomorrow and Dollah expects his charges to extend their win against the Kuala Lumpur side.

We must not be complacent and we will have to give our best against Felda. We must show that Tuesdays win was not a fluke, said Dollah.

Johor Darul Takzim coach Fandi Ahmad declined to comment on his teams defeat because he didnt want to put pressure on his boys.

Johor had a walk in the park in the first half when Guiza made pinpoint passes to Safiq Rahim and Norshahrul Idlan Talaha to score in the 11th and 26th minutes.

However, in the second have Johor were stunned by goals from Fauzi Roslan (50th, 72nd) and Surendren (82nd).





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Mat Yo, two others ' freed '





11 January 2013



DECISION : PSC rules in favour of players

MALAYSIAN footballers will have greater freedom of movement following three landmark rulings by the FA of Malaysia's (FAM) player status committee which significantly curtailed the power of state FAs



Players from development team Young Tigers need not have to move back to their original teams when released by FAM while teams can no longer demand a transfer fee once a player has bought out his contract.

This came about after the committee ruled on the status of Young Tigers duo Affize Faisal Mamat and Akram Mahinan and the protracted transfer of Norshahrul Idlan Talaha, whose nickname is Mat Yo, from Kelantan to Darul Takzim.

Defender Affize, 24, rejected a return to Terengganu and signed with Armed Forces while Akram, 20, could not reach agreement with Kedah and joined Darul Takzim.

Player status committee chairman Datuk Takiyuddin Hassan said Affize and Akram were within their rights to reject offers from their original teams and go elsewhere.

" As Affize is over the age of 21, Terengganu have no claim on him if the player could not agree terms with them," said Takiyuddin after chairing a meeting of the committee at Wisma FAM in Petaling Jaya yesterday.

" Terengganu only have first option to negotiate with the player, who is not obligated to sign with them. As the player then decided he did not want to play for Terengganu, he was free to sign with other teams without having to pay compensation to Terengganu.

" In Akram's case, Kedah are entitled to development and training compensation as Akram is below the age of 21. But he too was not obligated to sign with Kedah after being released by Young Tigers if he could not reach agreement with them.

" Both players are now free to play for their respective teams in the next round of matches. "

Additionally, the committee ruled that Darul Takzim will have to pay Kedah RM15,000 in compensation for Akram while Forces agreed to the committee's suggestion of a RM5,000 ex-gratia payment to Terengganu for Affize.

In Norshahrul's case, the committee ruled that Kelantan cannot demand a transfer fee from Darul Takzim after the player paid RM299,000 to buy out the remaining 13 months of his own contract.

" A contract no longer exists once a player has bought out his contract so Kelantan cannot then demand a transfer fee, " said Takiyuddin. "They are only entitled to a transfer fee if the player still had a contract with them.

" But since Kelantan agreed from the outset in black and white for the player to buy out his own contract, which Norshahrul paid (in two tranches of RM250,000 and RM49,000) on Jan 4 and 5, we consider the matter closed."

While Kelantan tried to have their cake and eat it too with regards to Norshahrul, they also lost out on compensation for S. Chanturu's transfer to Perak after the committee found that a notice of extension given to the player three months before the expiry of his contract was deemed void for being incomplete.

" In that notice, there were no details of any offer in regards to salary, allowances and other benefits nor did they set a date for discussions. As such, the notice is incomplete and the player not bound to it, " said Takiyuddin.





Kelantan cannot demand a transfer fee for Norshahrul Idlan Talaha (left).




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