2019 Malaysia Premier League

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The 2019 Malaysia Premier League is the 16th season of the Malaysia Premier League, the second-tier professional football league in Malaysia since its establishment in 2004.

Malaysia Premier League
Season2019
Dates1 February – 20 July 2019
ChampionsSabah
(1st title)
PromotedSabah
PDRM
UiTM
RelegatedSarawak
Matches played110
Goals scored309 (2.81 per match)
Top goalscorerŽarko Korać
(13 goals)
Biggest home winPDRM 6-2 Sarawak
(11 May 2019)
Biggest away winUKM 0-5 UiTM
(27 April 2019)
Highest scoring9 goals
Penang 6-3 Sarawak
(14 July 2019)
Longest winning run6 matches
Sabah
Longest unbeaten run11 matches
Sabah
Longest winless run9 matches
Sarawak
Longest losing run5 matches
Selangor United
2018
2020
All statistics correct as of 20 July 2019.

Team changesEdit

A total of 12 teams contested the league, including 8 sides from the 2018 season, 2 relegated from the 2018 Malaysia Super League and 2 promoted from the 2018 Malaysia FAM League.

To Premier LeagueEdit

Promoted from FAM League[1]

Relegated from Super League[2]

From Premier LeagueEdit

Promoted to Super League[3]

Relegated to M3 League

  • None 3

Notes:

^1 Originally Terengganu City were promoted along with Selangor United as champion of the 2018 Malaysia FAM League, but after Terengganu City blocked from promotion after failing to settle unpaid wages for former players and staffs for last season campaign, Perlis Northern Lions F.C. were invited as replacement after the team are able to showcase a proper financial management.[4]
^2 Originally Felcra were promoted along with Felda United to the 2019 Malaysia Super League, but after Felcra announced their withdrawal from the Super League participation, MISC-MIFA, the next highest team in the Premier League table, were invited as replacement.[5]
^3 No team are relegated from last season due to Kuantan FA expulsion, and Terengganu II being granted reprieve from relegation even though they finished in the bottom two of last season's league.[6]

Disqualification of Perlis Northern Lions F.C.Edit

Earlier, Perlis Northern Lions F.C. together with six teams which are involved with debts are being instructed to submit financial documents before 18 February 2019. After the board of Malaysian Football League (MFL) examine in detail the document from Perlis Northern Lions F.C., it was concluded that Perlis Northern Lions F.C.'s revenue sources including sponsorships are insufficient to manage the teams in the Malaysian League this season. MFL had made the decision to revoke Perlis Northern Lions F.C. involvement in 2019 Malaysia Premier League starting from 20 February.[7]

Stadium and locationsEdit

Note: Table lists in alphabetical order.
Team Location Stadium Capacity
Johor Darul Ta'zim II Pasir Gudang Pasir Gudang Corporation Stadium 15,000[8]
Kelantan Kota Bharu Sultan Muhammad IV Stadium[1] 30,000[9]
Negeri Sembilan Seremban Tuanku Abdul Rahman Stadium 45,000[10]
PDRM1 Selayang Selayang Stadium 11,098
Krubong/Paya Rumput Hang Jebat Stadium 40,000
Penang George Town City Stadium 20,000
Sabah Kota Kinabalu Likas Stadium 35,000[11]
Sarawak Kuching Sarawak State Stadium 26,000[12]
Selangor United Selayang Selayang Stadium 11,098
Terengganu II Kuala Terengganu Sultan Ismail Nasiruddin Shah Stadium 15,000
UiTM Shah Alam UiTM Stadium 10,000[13]
UKM Kuala Lumpur Kuala Lumpur Stadium 18,000
  • 1 : PDRM used Selayang Stadium until matchday 16. They moved into Hang Jebat Stadium since matchday 17

Personnel and sponsoringEdit

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

Team Head coach Captain Kit manufacturer Shirt sponsor(s)
Johor Darul Ta'zim II   Ervin Boban   Shakir Shaari Nike Forest City
Kelantan   Yusri Che Lah   Farisham Ismail PUC Sport BMW
Negeri Sembilan   Mat Zan Mat Aris   Norhafiz Zamani Misbah Rhino Visit Negeri Sembilan,
Matrix Concepts
PDRM   E. Elavarasan   Azmizi Azmi Line 7 PappaRich
Penang   Manzoor Azwira Abdul Wahid   Kang Seung-jo Stallion Apparel Penang
Sabah   Jelius Ating[14]   Rawilson Batuil Carino
Sarawak   Mohamad Denny Da'ail (caretaker)   Bobby Gonzales Starsport Press Metal
Selangor United   Abdul Talib Sulaiman   Franklin Anzité Sportsrevo GT Radial
Terengganu II   Tengku Hazman Raja Hassan   Hasbullah Awang Al-Ikhsan Terengganu Inc.
UiTM   Ismail Zakaria   Zulkhairi Zulkeply Puma Master Halal, UiTM
UKM   Sulaiman Hussin   Asnan Ahmad SkyHawk UKM

Coaching changesEdit

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

Team Outgoing coach Manner of departure Date of vacancy Position in table Incoming coach Date of
appointment
Penang   Zainal Abidin Hassan End of contract 30 September 2018 Pre-season   Ahmad Yusof 5 October 2018
Perlis   Manja Man Move to development coach 30 September 2018   Manzoor Azwira 16 October 2018
UiTM   Wan Mustaffa Wan Ismail End of contract 31 October 2018   Ismail Zakaria 5 November 2018
Sarawak   Ian Gillan 31 October 2018   Pengiran Bala 19 November 2018
Negeri Sembilan   Mário Lemos 30 November 2018   Mat Zan Mat Aris 6 December 2018
Sarawak   Pengiran Bala Move to development coach 5 January 2019   Farhan Abdullah @ Anai Igang 5 January 2019
PDRM   Fauzi Pilus Rested 23 February 2019 11th   Wan Mustaffa Wan Ismail (caretaker) 23 February 2019
Sarawak   Farhan Abdullah @ Anai Igang 3 March 2019 9th   Mohamad Denny Da'ail (caretaker) 3 March 2019
Penang   Ahmad Yusoff 5 March 2019 8th   Kamal Kalid (caretaker) 5 March 2019
PDRM   Wan Mustaffa Wan Ismail (caretaker) End of caretaker spell 9 March 2019 11th   E. Elavarasan 12 March 2019
Kelantan   Marko Kraljević Sacked 9 April 2019 9th   Jorg Peter Steinebrunner (caretaker) 9 April 2019
Kelantan   Jorg Peter Steinebrunner (caretaker) End of caretaker spell 15 April 2019 11th   Yusri Che Lah 15 April 2019
Penang   Kamal Kalid (caretaker) 18 April 2019 9th   Manzoor Azwira Abdul Wahid 18 April 2019

Foreign playersEdit

The number of foreign players is restricted to four each team including at least one player from the AFC country.

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

Club Player 1 Player 2 Player 3 AFC player Former player 4
Johor Darul Ta'zim II   Bruno Soares   Nicolás Fernández   Lucas Ontivero   Mohammed Ghaddar
Kelantan   L'Imam Seydi   Raúl Tarragona[15]
  Flávio
  Mustafa Zazai
  Cássio
Negeri Sembilan   Matheus Vila   Almir   Igor Carneiro   Shunsuke Nakatake   Thomas Koroma
PDRM   Argzim Redžović   Uche Agba   Patrick Wleh   Lee Chang-hoon   Benjamin Redžović
  Andrezinho
  David Manga
Penang   Ezequiel Agüero   Casagrande   Julián Bottaro   Kang Seung-jo   Sébastien Thurière
  Ndumba Makeche
Sabah   Aguinaldo   Rodoljub Paunović   Ahmet Ataýew   Park Tae-soo   Luka Milunović[16][17]
  Luiz Júnior
Sarawak   Pedrão   Rodrigo Amorim Oliviera   Hudson Jesus   Rian Firmansyah   Muamer Salibašić
Selangor United   Franklin Anzité   Danko Kovačević   Hwang Sin-young   Nikita Pavlenko   Ezequiel Agüero
  Eslam Zaki
Terengganu II   Serhii Andrieiev   Dechi Marcel   Akanni-Sunday Wasiu   Bruno Suzuki
UiTM   Bernard Agele   Maycon Calijuri   Žarko Korać   Park Yong-joon   Adi Said[18]
  Robert Mendy
  Akhlidin Israilov
UKM   Alexandru Tudose   Mateo Roskam   Ijezie Michael   Milad Zeneyedpour
  • ^4 Foreign players who left their clubs or were de-registered from playing squad due to medical issues or other matters.

ResultsEdit

League tableEdit

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification or relegation
1 Sabah (C, P) 20 13 4 3 33 17 +16 43 Promotion to Super League and Qualification for the Malaysia Cup group stage
2 Johor Darul Ta'zim II[a] 20 9 6 5 31 19 +12 33
3 PDRM (P) 20 9 3 8 30 27 +3 30 Promotion to Super League and Qualification for the Malaysia Cup group stage
4 Terengganu II[a] 20 8 6 6 21 24 −3 30
5 UiTM[b] (P) 20 8 5 7 33 25 +8 29 Promotion to Super League and Qualification for the Malaysia Cup group stage
6 Negeri Sembilan 20 8 5 7 29 25 +4 29 Qualification for the Malaysia Cup group stage
7 Penang 20 8 6 6 32 27 +5 24[c]
8 UKM 20 6 4 10 28 32 −4 22
9 Selangor United 20 6 3 11 24 37 −13 21
10 Kelantan 20 4 8 8 23 32 −9 17[d]
11 Sarawak (R) 20 4 4 12 25 44 −19 16 Qualification to relegation play-off
12 Perlis[e] 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Disqualified
Source: MFL
Rules for classification: 1) Points; 2) Goal difference; 3) Number of goals scored.
(C) Champion; (P) Promoted; (R) Relegated.
Notes:
  1. ^ a b Johor Darul Ta'zim II and Terengganu II cannot be promoted from Premier League and play for Malaysia Cup as Johor Darul Ta'zim F.C. and Terengganu F.C. (their parent clubs) remain in Super League and play for Malaysia Cup. Should Johor Darul Ta'zim and Terengganu be relegated to Premier League or will not play for Malaysia Cup, Johor Darul Ta'zim II and Terengganu II will have to drop to M3 League or will play for Malaysia Cup.
  2. ^ UiTM F.C. is promoted to replaced PKNS F.C. relegated after withdrawing license to complete for the 2020 Malaysia Premier League season as they become feeder club to Selangor FA.
  3. ^ Penang have been docked six points following the club’s failure to comply with FIFA’s decision over claims made by former Brazilian import defender, Reinaldo Lobo.
  4. ^ Kelantan have been docked three points following the club’s failure to comply with FIFA’s decision over claims made by former technical director Alfredo Carlos Gonzalez.
  5. ^ Perlis were disqualified on 20 February 2019.

Result tableEdit

Home \ Away JDT KEL NSE PDR PEN SAB SWK SUN TER UIT UKM
Johor Darul Ta'zim II 2–0 3–0 0–1 0–2 0–1 1–1 2–0 5–0 2–0 2–1
Kelantan 1–1 2–5 0–1 2–1 3–3 0–0 2–0 1–1 0–0 2–0
Negeri Sembilan 3–1 3–1 2–3 1–1 0–0 2–1 3–0 1–0 1–4 0–1
PDRM 1–1 3–1 1–1 1–2 1–2 6–2 0–1 1–1 1–3 0–1
Penang 0–2 4–1 2–1 1–0 0–0 6–3 2–1 2–3 1–2 1–1
Sabah 1–2 1–0 1–0 3–1 2–0 4–1 1–0 3–1 1–1 3–1
Sarawak 1–1 1–1 2–4 0–1 2–0 1–2 3–1 1–0 0–2 1–3
Selangor United 2–2 1–0 0–0 2–3 1–3 2–1 3–2 3–1 1–2 2–6
Terengganu II 0–0 2–2 1–0 1–0 0–0 2–1 1–2 1–0 1–0 0–0
UiTM 1–2 3–3 1–1 1–2 3–3 1–2 2–1 1–2 0–1 1–0
UKM 3–2 0–1 0–1 2–3 1–1 0–1 4–0 2–2 2–4 0–5
Updated to match(es) played on 20 July 2019. Source: MFL
Colours: Blue = home team win; Yellow = draw; Red = away team win.
For upcoming matches, an "a" indicates there is an article about the rivalry between the two participants.

Positions by roundEdit

Team ╲ Round12345678910111213141516171819202122
Sabah8833221222323332111111
Johor Darul Ta'zim II4111112111111221222222
PDRM12111211111111111010876687777533[a]
Terengganu II2254556555444444444674[b]
UiTM1925433333232113333345[c]
Negeri Sembilan5376675666665555565456[d]
Penang7121189888991098776656767[e]
UKM361010767777789999999888
Selangor United6742344444557868888999
Kelantan11106789910[f]1111111111111111101010101010
Sarawak95991010109[g]8891010101010111111111111
Perlis1048DQDQDQDQDQDQDQDQDQDQDQDQDQDQDQDQDQDQDQ
Leader
Possible Relegation to 2020 M3 League
Relegation to 2020 M3 League
Disqualified
Qualified to 2019 Malaysia Cup
  1. ^ PDRM FA were 4th but rose to 3rd and qualified for 2020 Malaysia Super League after Penang FA have been docked six points following the club’s failure to comply with FIFA’s decision over claims made by former Brazilian import defender, Reinaldo Lobo.
  2. ^ Terengganu FC II were 5th but rose to 4th after Penang FA have been docked six points following the club’s failure to comply with FIFA’s decision over claims made by former Brazilian import defender, Reinaldo Lobo.
  3. ^ UiTM F.C. were 6th but rose to 5th after Penang FA have been docked six points following the club’s failure to comply with FIFA’s decision over claims made by former Brazilian import defender, Reinaldo Lobo.
  4. ^ Negeri Sembilan fa were 7th but rose to 6th after Penang FA have been docked six points following the club’s failure to comply with FIFA’s decision over claims made by former Brazilian import defender, Reinaldo Lobo.
  5. ^ Penang FA were 3rd but dropped to 7th after Penang FA have been docked six points following the club’s failure to comply with FIFA’s decision over claims made by former Brazilian import defender, Reinaldo Lobo.
  6. ^ Kelantan fa were 9th but dropped to 10th after Kelantan fa have been docked three points following the club’s failure to comply with FIFA’s decision over claims made by former technical director Alfredo Carlos Gonzalez.
  7. ^ Sarawak FA were 10th but rose to 9th after Kelantan FA have been docked three points following the club’s failure to comply with FIFA’s decision over claims made by former technical director Alfredo Carlos Gonzalez.
Updated to match(es) played on 21 July 2019. Source:[citation needed]

Qualification to 2019 Malaysia Cup and Malaysia Challenge CupEdit

Based on the previous season, 5 teams from Malaysia Premier League will qualify into Malaysia Cup. Due to JDT II and Terengganu II status as feeder team, they cannot qualify into Malaysia Cup and will compete in Malaysia Challenge Cup. For the result, top 7 in the league besides these two teams will qualify, as JDT II and Terengganu II will finish in top 5.

Sabah FA became the first team to qualify to Malaysia Cup after Selangor United lost 2-3 to PDRM FA on June 26, given both of them 13 points difference with 4 matches remaining for Selangor United. UiTM F.C. followed Sabah to Malaysia Cup after Selangor United lost 0-2 to Kelantan FA on July 5 - even they also lost to PDRM FA one day after. On July 9, Negeri Sembilan FA became the third team to qualify after won 3-1 home by JDT II. Following 3-1 win over Kelantan FA, PDRM FA became the fourth team to qualify into Malaysia Cup. Penang FA grabbed the final slot to Malaysia Cup after demolished Sarawak FA 6-3 at home; the highest ever goal scored in this season.

Sarawak FA and Kelantan FA confirmed their places to Malaysia Challenge Cup after JDT II and Terengganu II, after PDRM FA won 2-1 by UiTM F.C. - give them 14 points and 10 points difference in 3 matches remaining for both of them respectively. After losing 2-6 to UKM F.C. on Matchday 20, Selangor United qualified into Malaysia Challenge Cup. On July 14, UKM F.C. - the inaugural Malaysia Challenge Cup runner-up, booked the slot into this competition after Penang FA won 6-3 at Bandaraya Stadium.

Relegation play-offsEdit

Kuching FA (Runners-up M3 League)3-1Sarawak

Season statisticsEdit

Source:[19]

ScoringEdit

  • First goal of the season: Adi Said for UiTM F.C. against PDRM FA, 20 seconds (1 February 2019) [20]
  • Fastest goal in a match: 20 secondsAdi Said for UiTM against PDRM (1 February 2019)[20]
  • Goal scored at the latest point in a match: 90+10 minutes – Akmal Zahir for UKM against Sarawak (2 March 2019)[21]
  • First own goal of the season: Rawilson Batuil (Sabah) for Kelantan, 53 minutes (8 February 2019)[22]
  • First hat-trick of the season: Žarko Korać (UiTM) against Kelantan, 71 minutes (8 March)[23]
  • Fastest hat-trick of the season: Bruno Suzuki (Terengganu II) against UKM, 11 minutes and 52 seconds (26 June)[24]
  • Most goals scored by one player in a match: 3 goals
  • Widest winning margin: 5 goals
    • UKM 0-5 UiTM (27 April 2019)[26]
    • JDT II 5-0 Terengganu II (14 June 2019)[27]
  • Most goals in a match: 9 goals - Penang 6-3 Sarawak (14 July 2019)[31]
  • Most goals in one half: 5 goals
    • Selangor United vs UKM (9 July 2019) 0-3 at half time, 2-6 final [30]
    • Penang vs Sarawak (14 July 2019) 5-0 at half time, 6-3 final [31]
  • Most goals in one half by a single team: 5 goals - Penang vs Sarawak (14 July 2019) 5-0 at half time, 6-3 final [31]

Top scorersEdit

As of matches played on 20 July 2019.[32]

Players sorted first by goals, then by last name.

Rank Player Club Goals
1   Žarko Korać UiTM 13
2   Rodoljub Paunović Sabah 11
3   Lee Chang-hoon PDRM 10
  Mateo Roskam UKM
5   Bobby Gonzales Sarawak 9
6   Julián Bottaro Penang 8
  Casagrande Penang
  Igor Luiz Negeri Sembilan
9   Uche Agba PDRM 7
  Ezequiel Agüero1 Selangor United/Penang
  Hudson Dias Sarawak
  Mohammed Ghaddar Johor DT II
  Robert Lopez Mendy UiTM
  Almir Neto Negeri Sembilan
  Bruno Suzuki Terengganu II
  Milad Zeneyedpour UKM
17   Rozaimi Rahman Johor DT II 6
  Nik Akif Syahiran Kelantan
19   Hwang Sin-young Selangor United 5
20   Nik Azli Nik Alias Kelantan 4
  Ferris Danial Negeri Sembilan
  Al-Hafiz Harun Penang
  Alif Hassan Sarawak
  Flávio Kelantan
  Luiz Júnior Sabah
  Raslam Khan Selangor United
  Alto Linus Sabah
  Aguinaldo Sabah
  Shunsuke Nakatake Negeri Sembilan
  Takhiyuddin Roslan Terengganu II
31 5 players Various 3
36 22 players Various 2
58 50 players Various 1
Own Goals Various 6

1 Aguero played for Selangor United until matchday 12 and scored 2 goals.

Hat-tricksEdit

Player For Against Result Date Ref
  Žarko Korać UiTM Kelantan 3-3 (H) 8 March 2019 [23]
  Ferris Danial Mat Nasir Negeri Sembilan Kelantan 2-5 (A) 20 April 2019 [25]
  Žarko Korać UiTM UKM 0-5 (A) 27 April 2019 [26]
  Nicolás Fernández JDT II Terengganu II 5-0 (H) 14 June 2019 [27]
  Casagrande UiTM Penang 3-3 (A) 19 June 2019 [28]
  Rodoljub Paunović Sabah Sarawak 4-1 (H) 26 June 2019 [29]
  Bruno Suzuki Terengganu II UKM 2-4 (A) 26 June 2019 [24]
  Milad Zeneyedpour UKM Selangor United 2-6 (A) 9 July 2019 [30]

Clean sheetsEdit

As of matches played on 20 July 2019.

Players sorted first by clean sheets, then by last name.

Rank Player Club Clean sheets 5
1   Rozaimie Rohim Sabah 8
  Shamirza Yusoff Terengganu II
3   Haziq Nadzli Johor Darul Ta'zim II 6
4   Haziq Aris UiTM 4
  Kaharuddin Rahman Negeri Sembilan
6   Arif Abdullah Kelantan 3
  Khatul Anuar UKM
  Nuraizat Aziz Selangor United
  Shahril Saa'ri PDRM
  Zamir Selamat Penang
11   Fikri Che Soh Kelantan 2
  Andy Nicholas Sarawak
13   Amin Faisal UKM 1
  Hazrull Hafiz Penang
  Amierul Nazrul Hakimi Terengganu II
  Fadzley Rahim Negeri Sembilan
  Samuel Somerville Johor Darul Ta'zim II
  Shaiful Wazizi Sarawak
  • ^5 Clean sheets are given to players who spend at least 45 minutes on the pitch without conceding a goal, even if their team concedes in the remainder of the match.
  • Most clean sheets – Terengganu II (9)
  • Fewest clean sheets – Sarawak (3)

DisciplineEdit

PlayerEdit

As of matches played on 20 July 2019.

ClubEdit

  • Most yellow cards: 47
    • JDT II
  • Most red cards: 5
    • UiTM

AwardsEdit

Monthly awardsEdit

Month Player of the Month Reference
Player Club
February   Luka Milunović Sabah [34]
March   Luiz Júnior [35]
April   Kumaahran Sathasivam Johor Darul Ta'zim II [36]
May   Rawilson Batuil Sabah [37]
June   Rodoljub Paunović [38]
July   Uche Agba PDRM

Number of teams by statesEdit

States Number Teams
1   Selangor 2 Selangor United, UiTM
2   Johor 1 Johor Darul Ta'zim II
  Kelantan Kelantan
  Kuala Lumpur UKM
  Malacca PDRM
  Negeri Sembilan Negeri Sembilan
  Penang Penang
  Sabah Sabah
  Sarawak Sarawak
  Terengganu Terengganu II

See alsoEdit

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