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The Malaysian National Football team are one of the leading teams in the “second tier” of Asian Football. While they are still some way off challenging for a place in the FIFA World Cup Finals and indeed failed to make even the Asian Cup, they are among the most likely of the smaller Asian Nations to break into the above tier.
The Suzuki Cup triumph marks a turn around in fortunes for the Malaysians, who recently signed a sponsorship deal with Nike to manufacture their soccer jerseys.
Malaysia football shirts are hard to find to buy online, which is a shame, as Nike have produced some very nice designs for the national team kit. The traditional colours of the Malaysian home shirt are yellow and black stripes, while the away jersey is normally blue in colour.
The Malaysians will be hoping their young team can continue the good progress they have made in recent years and harbour dreams of reaching the 2014 World Cup Finals. While this is probably unrealistic, the game has taken great strides and there is certainly room for optimism for the future.