Selangor FA


Selangor FA

Football club infobox
clubname = Selangor FA


fullname = "Persatuan Bolasepak Selangor"
(Football Association of Selangor)
nickname = The Red Giants
founded = 22 February 1936
ground = Shah Alam Stadium, Selangor
capacity = 80,000
owner =
chairman = flagicon|Malaysia Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim
manager = flagicon|Malaysia Zakaria Abdul Rahim
coach = flagicon|Malaysia vacant
league = Malaysian Super League
champions = 2006-07 | position = Malaysian Super League, 4th
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The Football Association of Selangor (Malay: "Persatuan Bolasepak Selangor") enters a team in Malaysian football competitions to represent the state of Selangor. The team is based in the City of Shah Alam. They are currently playing in the top division in Malaysian football, the Malaysian Super League. Their home stadium is Shah Alam Stadium.

With 30 Malaysia Cups, 4 Division 1/Premier 1/Super League titles, 2 Division 2/Premier 2/Premier League titles, 4 FA Cups and 6 Charity Shields, Selangor is the most successful team in Malaysian football history. Due to their success, Selangor has the unique distinction of being both the most popular and the most loathed team in the country at the same time. Selangor's main rivals are always the teams who put up the strongest fight against their national dominance. For most of the 20th century, this was the Singapore team which competed in the Malaysia Cup and Malaysian league. More recently their main rivals have included Perak, Kedah and Pahang.

Selangor played in the final match of 2008 Malaysia Cup on August 23rd at Stadium Nasional, Bukit Jalil, Malaysia against Kedah FA which they have lost 3-2.On 27th September 2008,the team manager Zakaria Ab Rahim has set a vision for Selangor FA.The vision,which is the Vision 2015,set a goal for the team to be the best football team in Asia.

Honours

Performances in the regional tournaments


=Asian Club Championship=

* 1967: Runners-up (lost to Hapoel Tel Aviv 1-2 in Final)
* 1970: Group Stage (Group A)
* 1986-87: Group Stage - 2nd Round (Group D)
* 1997-98: 1st Round (East Asia - lost to South China AA 0-2 on aggregate)
* 1998-99: 2nd Round (East Asia - lost to Pohang Steelers 1-10 on aggregate)
* 2001-02: 1st Round (East Asia - lost to Dalian Shide 0-7 on aggregate)

AFC Cup

* 2006: Quarter-final (lost to Al-Nejmeh 0-1 on aggregate)

The Squad(Season 2009)

Transfers(Season 2009)

In
flagicon|Malaysia Mohd Fairul Azwan Shahrullail from Selangor FA President's Cup
flagicon|Malaysia Mohd Fitri Shazwan Raduwan from Selangor FA President's Cup
flagicon|Malaysia Mohd Fauzan Dzulkifli from Selangor FA President's Cup

Out
flagicon|Zambia Evans Chisulo released
flagicon|Liberia Frank Seator released
flagicon|Indonesia Elie Aiboy to PSMS Medan
flagicon|Malaysia Akmal Rizal Ahmad Rakhli to Kedah FA
flagicon|Malaysia Muhammad Shukor Adan to Kedah FA
flagicon|Malaysia Indra Putra Mahayuddin to Kedah FA
flagicon|Malaysia Megat Amir Faisal Al Khalidi Ibrahim released
flagicon|Malaysia Mohd Safiq Rahim to KL PLUS FC
flagicon|Malaysia Mohd Fadzli Shaari to KL PLUS FC
flagicon|Malaysia Mohd Nuraizat Abdul Aziz released
flagicon|Malaysia Abdul Ghani Abdul Rahman released
flagicon|Malaysia Mohd Suffian Abdul Rahman released
flagicon|Malaysia Wan Mohd Hoesne Wan Ibrahim released
flagicon|Malaysia Azri Alwan Nordin to Selangor FA President's Cup
flagicon|Malaysia K. Premanathan to Selangor FA President's Cup

End of Loan

Out
flagicon|Malaysia Mohd Nazrol Erwan Makmor to KL PLUS FC

Club officials

Senior officials
*President/Chairman: Tan Sri Khalid Ibrahim
*Deputy President: Datuk Mokhtar Ahmad
*Vice President: Datuk Emran Kadir
*Chief Executive Officer: Zakaria Abdul Rahim
*General Secretary: Hamidin Mohd Amin

Coaching and Staff
*Manager: Zakaria Ab Rahim
*Head Coach: vacant
*Assistant Coach: P. Maniam
*Goalkeeping Coach: Azlisham Ib Berahim
*Fitness Coach: Dharmendra Mahalingam
*Physiotherapist: Mohd Zaihan Mohd Zainal

ponsorships

*Syabas - Principal Sponsor
*Adidas - Official Sportswear Partner

Notable former players

:"Listed according to when they debuted for Selangor:"Foreign players [cite web | title=Pemain Import| work=selangorfc.com | url=http://selangorfc.com/pemain/import.html| accessmonthday=July 28 | accessyear=2007 ]
* Karel Stromsik (1989-1991)
* Zoran Nikolić (1989-1990)
* Robert Dunn (1990-1991)
* Pavel Korejcik (1990-1991)
* Ross Greer (1992-1993)
* Tim Bredbury (1992)
* Peter Disztl (1993)
* Dimitre Kalkanov (1993-1994)
* Zsolt Bucs (1993)
* Alistair Edwards (1994)
* David Mitchell (1995-1996)
* Josip Biskic (1995)
* Mehmet Durakovic (1995-1998)
* Cristian Mustaca (1996)
* Alexander Freeman (1998)
* Christopher Zwane Mandla (1997)
* Tony Cottee (1997)
* Chris Kiwomya (1997)
* Jeff Hopkins (1997-1998)
* Ivica Kulasevic (2002)
* Mass Sarr Jr (2002-2003)
* Darko Novacic (2003-2004)
* Ross Aloisi (2004)
* Aldo Andrés Mores (2004)
* Diego Rubén Cepeda (2004)
* Ante Kovacevic (2004)
* Bambang Pamungkas (2005-2006)
* Elie Aiboy (2005-2006,2007/2008)
* Buddy Farah (2005-2006)
* Brian Fuentes (2004-2006)
* Perica Ognjenović (2006)
* Cheikh Ba (2006)
* Evans Chisulo (2007/2008)
* Frank Seator (2007/2008)

Local players

* Edwin Dutton (1950)
* Stanley Gabrielle (1953)
* Arthur Koh (1955)
* Ghani Minhat (1955)
* Abdullah Nordin (1960)
* M Chandran (1962)
* Chow Chee Keong (1964)
* Wong Choon Wah (1968)
* Sadar Khan (1968)
* Zulkifli Norbit (1968)
* N Thanabalan (1968)
* Ibrahim Mydin (1968)
* Lim Fung Kee (1970)
* Soh Chin Aun (1970)
* Mohd Shah Norbit (1971)
* Chow Kwai Lam (1971)
* Hanafiah Ali (1972)
* Bahwandi Hiralal (1972)
* Mokhtar Dahari (1972)
* Santokh Singh (1972)
* R Arumugam (1973)
* Abdullah Ali (1975)
* Reduan Abdullah (1976)
* Jamaluddin Norbit (1980)
* Kamarudin Abdullah (1980)
* Zainal Abidin Hassan (1980)
* Khan Hung Meng (1981)
* Wong Hung Nung (1981)
* Razali Alias (1986)
* Dollah Salleh (1988)
* Zainal Nordin (1988)
* Ismail Ibrahim (1990)
* Azman Adnan (1993)
* Rusdi Suparman (1994)
* Yusri Che Lah (2000)
* Mohd Nizaruddin Yusof (2000)
* K. Sanbagamaran (2003)
* Muhamad Khalid Jamlus (2005)
* Akmal Rizal Ahmad Rakhli (2008)
* Muhammad Shukor Adan (2008)
* Indra Putra Mahayuddin (2008)
* Megat Amir Faisal Al Khalidi Ibrahim (2008)

World Cup appearances

* Ruben Omar Larrosa (Coach) (Argentina 1978) [cite web | title=Argentina's World Cup squad 1978| work=planetworldcup.com |

url=http://www.planetworldcup.com/CUPS/1978/squad_arg78.html| accessmonthday=July 28 | accessyear=2007 ]

* Karel Stromsik (Spain 1982) [cite web | title=Czechoslovakia's World Cup squad 1982| work=planetworldcup.com |

url=http://www.planetworldcup.com/CUPS/1982/squad_cze82.html| accessmonthday=July 28 | accessyear=2007 ]

* Peter Disztl (Mexico 1986) [cite web | title=Hungary's World Cup squad 1986| work=planetworldcup.com |

url=http://www.planetworldcup.com/CUPS/1986/squad_hun86.html| accessmonthday=July 28 | accessyear=2007 ]

* Perica Ognjenovic (France 1998) [cite web | title=Yugoslavia's World Cup squad 1998| work=planetworldcup.com |

url=http://www.planetworldcup.com/CUPS/1998/squad_yug98.html| accessmonthday=July 28 | accessyear=2007 ]

Coaches

Coaches since the inception of Semi Pro league (M-League) in 1989

Footnotes

External links

* [http://www.selangorfc.com Selangor supporters' website]


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