If you’re looking for the comments section, it has moved to our forum, The Chamber. You can go there to comment and holler about these articles, specifically in these threads. You can register for a free account right here and will need one to comment.If you’re wondering why we decided to do this, we wrote about that here. Thank you and cheers! Arizona State and Oklahoma State have agreed to a home/home series in football, it was announced Tuesday. The first game will take place on September 10, 2022 at Boone Pickens Stadium and in 2023 will be played at Sun Devil Stadium on September 9.The first meeting of the two teams on the gridiron came in 1984, where the Cowboys rolled 45-3 in Tempe. However, ASU controls the all-time series, 2-1. The Sun Devils won the 1991 matchup in Stillwater 30-3, and won again in 1993 in Tempe 12-10 — all during the Pat Jones era.The best part is that by 2022, this intriguing out-of-conference matchup will probably be an in-conference Pac 20 game.The 2023 freshman class will begin the sixth grade this year. https://t.co/QKslrmiya2— Mark Cooper (@mark_cooperjr) June 21, 2016
AFF U19 Championship Hodak finalises Malaysia squad for AFF U-18 Youth Championship Zulhilmi Zainal Last updated 2 years ago 11:06 9/2/17 FacebookTwitterRedditcopy Comments(0) Penang FA AFF U19 Championship Malaysia U18 Bojan Hodak’s Malaysia U18 has departed for Yangon to take part in the AFF U-18 Youth Championship, which kicks off on Monday. BY ZULHILMI ZAINAL Follow on Twitter The Malaysian FA (FAM) has finalised the 23-man Malaysia U18 squad list for the U18 AFF Championship, which will take place from 4 to 17 September.In this list, only three players are registered as senior players with their respective clubs; Felcra FC’s Ammar Akhmall Alias in the FAM Cup, and Johor Darul Ta’zim II’s Hadi Fayyadh Abdul Razak and Perlis’ Zafuan Azeman in the Premier League. The rest compete in the junior competitions President’s Cup and the Youth Cup with their respective clubs.The biggest contributor to the squad comes from Premier League side Kuala Lumpur’s youth programme; which has five members in the final squad. Editors’ Picks Brazil, beware! Messi and Argentina out for revenge after Copa controversy Best player in MLS? Zlatan wasn’t even the best player in LA! ‘I’m getting better’ – Can Man Utd flop Fred save his Old Trafford career? Why Barcelona god Messi will never be worshipped in the same way in Argentina NO NAME AGE POSITION CLUB 1. AHMAD TASNIM FITRI NASIR 18 DF FELDA UNITED YOUTH CUP 2. AZRI ABDUL GHANI 18 GK FELDA UNITED YOUTH CUP 3. ZAHRIL AZRI ZABRI 18 MF FELDA UNITED YOUTH CUP 4. IZZUDDIN ROSLAN 18 MF KUALA LUMPUR YOUTH CUP 5. FAIZAL HAFIQ OMAR 18 MF KUALA LUMPUR YOUTH CUP 6. QAMARUL ARIFFIN NORHISHAM 18 DF KUALA LUMPUR YOUTH CUP 7. AZHAR APANDI 18 DF KUALA LUMPUR PRESIDENT’S CUP 8. NABIL HAKIM BOKHARI 18 DF KUALA LUMPUR PRESIDENT’S CUP 9. NIK AKIF SYAHIRAN NIK MAT 18 MF KELANTAN PRESIDENT’S CUP 10. SYAIFUL ALIAS 18 DF KELANTAN PRESIDENT’S CUP 11. SAIFUL ISKANDAR ADHA SAIFUL AZLAN 18 MF SELANGOR YOUTH CUP 12. AIMAN ARIP ZULKARNAIN 18 GK SELANGOR YOUTH CUP 13. SHAFIZI IQMAL MD KHIRUDIN 18 MF PKNS FC YOUTH CUP 14. SHIVAN PILLAY ASOKAN 17 DF PKNS FC YOUTH CUP 15. HADI FAYYADH ABDUL RAZAK 17 FW JDT II PREMIER LEAGUE 16. ZAFUAN AZEMAN 18 FW PERLIS PREMIER LEAGUE 17. AMMAR AKHMALL ALIAS 18 MF FELCRA FC FAM CUP 18. ANWAR IBRAHIM 18 DF FELDA UNITED PRESIDENT’S CUP 19. AWANG FAIZ HAZZIQ AWANG FATHI 18 MF JDT III PRESIDENT’S CUP 20. AKHYAR RASHID 18 MF KEDAH PRESIDENT’S CUP 21. SHAFIQ AFIFI SUHAIMI 18 GK PKNP FC PRESIDENT’S CUP 22. NURFAIS JOHARI 18 MF PULAU PINANG PRESIDENT’S CUP 23. SYAFIQ DANIAL ROMZI 18 DF TERENGGANU YOUTH CUP The squad has departed for Yangon on Saturday afternoon from the Kuala Lumpur International Airport.This year’s competition will be held in Yangon, Myanmar and the Young Tigers will be led by head coach Bojan Hodak. He will be assisted by Nenad Bacina and former Malaysia international Hairuddin Omar.Malaysia have been drawn in Group A alongside 2016 runners up Thailand, Timor Leste, Laos, Cambodia and Singapore.Meanwhile Group B will be contested by Vietnam, Brunei, Indonesia, the Philippines, hosts Myanmar and invitational team New Zealand. 2016 champions Australia will not take part in this year’s edition.The top two teams from each group will meet in the single-legged semi-final stage, and the winners in the semis will meet in the final match. In the previous edition, Malaysia’s campaign ended in the group stage, finishing third in Group A behind Vietnam and Timor Leste.Malaysia’s campaign will begin against Laos on 4.30pm Malaysian time September 4 at the Aung San Stadium. They will then face Singapore (September 6), Timor Leste (8), Cambodia (10), and Thailand (12).