Yayasan Negeri Sembilan HC

The Yayasan Negeri Sembilan HC, are the Malaysia Hockey League (MHL) team from Seremban, Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia. The team is led by Nasir Ahmed, a member of ex-Pakistan national field hockey team. Yayasan Negeri Sembilan also the club can be the giants of Malaysia Hockey League because many good import players come from this club such as Shakeel Abassi, Muhammad Waqas.

Yayasan Negeri Sembilan HC
Full nameYayasan Negeri Sembilan Hockey Club
Founded1987; 34 years ago (1987)
Home groundSeremban Hockey Stadium
Negeri Sembilan
Malaysia
(Capacity 15000)
ManagerMalaysia P. Tamilselvan
LeagueMalaysia Hockey League
1987-present6th
Home
Away

Yayasan Negeri Sembilan HC is a successful team in Malaysia Hockey League. They won the title league twice in the seasons 1994-1995 and also 1995-1996.

PlayersEdit

First teamEdit

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

No. Pos. Nation Player
1 GK   PAK Nasir Ahmed
2 DF   PAK Ihsan Ullah Khan
3 DF   PAK Shahbaz Ali
4 MF   MAS Muhammad Zulfadli
5 MF   MAS Jasdev Singh Dhilon
6 MF   PAK Muhammad Mudassar
7 DF   PAK Aamir Shahzad
8 MF   MAS Muhammad Hafiz Zakaria
9 DF   MAS Muhamad Nor Hafiq Abd Ghafar
10   MAS Mohd Fitri Abu Bakar
11   IND Prabjoth Singh
No. Pos. Nation Player
12   MAS Muhd Zulfadli Muhd Isa
13   MAS Mohd Fahmi Faiz Mad Isa
14   MAS Mohd Redza Maadun
15   MAS Razlee Amree Mustafar
16   MAS Tarun Thammannah
17   MAS Rageswaran Maniam
18   MAS Mohd Sabri Mohammad
19   MAS Md Mosiur Rahman Biplop
20   MAS Sarvaswaran Sreedharan
21   MAS Arvind

Former playersEdit

Club officialsEdit

Coaching and medical staffEdit

  • Manager:   P. Tamilselvan
  • Chief coach:   Rajan Krishnan
  • Physiotherapist:   Prem Ghanesh Chandra Segeran

Chief coach historyEdit

Season Coach
2005–2010   Muhammad Dharma Raj Abdullah
2010–2011   P. Madhu Karan
2011–2012   Rajan Krishnan

HonoursEdit

  • Malaysia Hockey League titles : 2 (1994-1995 & 1995-1996)
  • MHL-TNB Cup/Overall Champions Titles : 2 (1994 & 1995)

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