Malaysia 1994


12 Aug 94
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Brunei 0 - 1 Pahang
[Mubin Mokhtar]

13 Aug 94
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Perlis 4 - 2 Sabah (3-0)
[Perlis: Igor Ivanov (30th) Aziz Ibrahim (37th)
         Serguei Ledovskhich (43rd,58th)
 Sabah: Sudin SOud (49th) Scott Ollerenshaw (74th)]

KL 0 - 3 Singapore (0-1)
[Abbas Saad (5th,33rd) Nazri Nasir (64th)]

Kedah 0 -3 Selangor (0-2)
[A Jayakanthan (28th) Yeo Swee Hock (33rd) P Maniam (56th)]

Sarawak 3 - 0 Malacca (2-0)
[David Evans (18th) Shamsurin Rahman (40th,72nd)]

Johor 3 - 0 Negri Sembilan (1-0)
[Darren Stewart (13th) Rusdee Sulong (50th) Ervin Boban (86th)]

Penang 0 - 2 Perak (0-0)
[Joe Caleta (63rd) Isham Shahruddin]

Kelantan 2 - 2 Terengganu (0-1)
[Kelantan: Zamri Md Noor (47th) Hashim Mustapha (85t)
 T'ganu: Peter Nieketien (24th) Mat Zahir Wahab (58th)]

 TABLE
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            P  W  D  L  F  A Pts
Kedah      28 17  6  5 48 27  57
Singapore  27 17  5  5 63 27  56
Sarawak    28 16  7  5 50 25  55
Sabah      28 15  4  9 69 54  49
Pahang     28 14  4 10 44 33  46
Selangor   28 12  8  8 53 42  44
Terengganu 28 12  7  9 46 42  43
Johor      27  9 14  4 46 34  41
Kelantan   28 11  7 10 48 42  40
Perak      28 10  5 13 45 46  35
KL         28  8  9 11 37 45  33
Negri      28  8  7 13 42 52  31
Malacca    28  7 10 11 34 45  31
Perlis     28  5  5 18 28 63  20
Penang     28  4  7 17 25 64  19
Brunei     28  2  7 19 25 62  13


Top Scorers
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25 goals - Hashim Mustapha (KEL)
23 goals - Scott Ollerenshaw (SAB)
20 goals - Abbas Saad (SIN)
19 goals - Fandi Ahmad (SIN)
18 goals - Ariffin Osman (TER)
14 goals - Peter Nieketien (TER)
13 goals - Matlan Marjan (SAB) Ervin Boban (JOH)

[Singapore won the league]


Malaysia Cup 1994

Results of matches played on 2 Dec 94

Sabah 2 - 4 Pahang (halftime:1-3)
Sabah: Gerard Mojiliu (32nd) Scott Ollerenshaw (88th)
Pahang: Attapol Buspakom (28th,38th) Aidel Mohamed Noor (30th)
        Zainal Abidin Hassan (89th)

Perak 1 - 3 Singapore (0-0)
Perak: Azman Razali (80th)
S'pore: Fandi Ahmad (74th) V Selvaraj (76th) Rafi Ali (82nd)

Selangor 0 - 1 Kedah (0-0)
Jan Janostak (51st)

Johor 2 - 2 Kelantan (1-1)
Johor: Ervin Boban (27th) Darren Stewart (78th)
Kelantan: Zami Mohammad Noor (33rd) Marco Kraljevic (75th)

TABLES
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Group A   P  W  D  L  F  A  Pts    Group B    P  W  D  L  F  A  Pts
Singapore 8  5  3  0 16  8  18     Kedah      8  5  2  1 12  5  17
Pahang    8  4  3  1 14  8  15     Selangor   8  3  3  2 15 11  12
Sarawak   8  1  6  1 11  8   9     Johor      8  2  4  2 16 15  10
Perak     8  2  1  5  7 11   7     Terengganu 8  2  2  4 15 19   8
Sabah     8  1  1  6 12 25   4     Kelantan   8  0  5  3 11 19   5

TOP SCORERS (Malaysia Cup)
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8 goals - Jan Janostak (KED)
7 goals - Scott Ollerenshaw (SAB)
5 goals - Azman Adnan (SEL) Hasnim Haron, Darren Stewart (JOH)
4 goals - Fandi Ahmad (SIN) John Hunter (SAR) Mat Zahir Wahab (TER)
          Alistair Edwards (SEL)


Semi Final Fixtures
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Dec 6th 94: Singapore v Selangor
            Pahang v Kedah

Dec 10th 94: Selangor v Singapore
             Kedah v Pahang



Singapore beat Pahang 4-0 in the Final on 17th Dec 94 at the Shah Alam
Stadium in front of a full house of 81000 fans. The score was 1-0 at half
time. Abbas Saad, Singapore's Australian import player, scored a hat
trick, while Singapore's own soccer legend Fandi Ahmad netted the fourth.

It was a rather one-sided match, the Pahang side was depleted with the
absence of sweeper Alan Davidson, midfielders Dollah Salleh and Zulhamizan
Zakaria were out due to injury and suspension respectively. Pahang's
young players were overawed by the occasion. So was their custodian, who
is Malaysia's 1st choice goalie. His performance was below par. I guess
it's because that night was the first time the team played in front of
such a huge crowd, more than two-thirds of whom were Singapore fans.

The fans themselves were sporting...most of the time. Except for the
times when the ref's decision was against Singapore, every such decision
would be greeted with a vulgar 5-letter Malay word. The air horn would
hoot 9 times and the fans would shout the word in a disgusting fashion.
They had no respect for the FAM President, the Sultan of Pahang and the
Crown Prince of Pahang. Also present were Malaysian ministers. I've been
to other matches involving other teams. I have to admit, that, while the
Singapore fans are the most disciplined in the region, they are also the
most vulgar.

ROLL OF HONOR
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Malaysia Cup: SINGAPORE
Premier League: SINGAPORE
FA Cup: Kuala Lumpur
Charity Shield: KEDAH
Fairplay Award: SARAWAK
President's Cup: SELANGOR
Golden Boot Award: HASHIM MUSTAPHA (Kelantan)


1992.

1995.

list of cup winners.

list of champions.


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