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Monday, November 28, 2016

Jonathan, third Frenchman for Sabah Rhinos

New Sabah Times
BY FRANCIS XAVIER Francis@newsabahtimes.com.my

 KOTA KINABALU: Former Montpellier trainee Jonathan Béhé is set to become the third Frenchman to sign for the Sabah Rhinos. The Marseille-born striker of Ivorian origin arrived in the state capital late last night. He is set to put pen to paper any time this week. However, his relation with the Sabah FA will be subjected to his medical. Last Thursday, Jonathan’s countrymen, Adlane Messelem and Steve Vilmiaire, have penned an undisclosed one-year deal with the FA.

 Adlane has been appointed as the Sporting Director, while Steve is the head coach for the State Premier League side. And if everything goes according to plan, Jonathan will be the team’s second foreign signing after Croatian defender Igor Cerina, who has extended his stay with the team for another season.

 It is believed that the FA has decided not to renew the contract of Brazilian midfielder Everton Silva Santos as well as Bosnian striker Muamer Salibasic. They are also unlikely to extend the contract of Indonesian midfielder Dedi Kusnandar, which ends this month. So, the FA will still be looking for another two foreign players, including one for the Asean quota.

Friday, November 25, 2016

Frenchmen, FA pen 1-year deals

New Sabah Times
 By FRANCIS XAVIER Francis@newsabahtimes.com.my

 KOTA KINABALU: It’s all done and dusted as Frenchmen Adlane Messelem and Steve Vilmiaire penned undisclosed one-year deals with the Sabah Football Association yesterday. The duo were brought in to lay the foundation and revive Sabah football that has been nothing more than in the doldrums in the past few seasons, particularly the state Premier League side where they have been seen struggling year in and year out.

 Adlane, 38, has been appointed as the FA’s Sporting Director, and will oversee the development of the game in the state, including the state senior team, while Steve, 31, will fill in the Sabah Rhinos hot-seat, left vacant by Croatian Vjeran Simunic, whose contract has not been renewed. In fact, Simunic was removed midway through the 2016 season due to a string of poor results, and was subsequently replaced by his assistant Johnny Dominicus, who managed the team for the rest of the season in the capacity as caretaker.

 He (Simunic) was later appointed as Technical Director for the rest of his contract that ran out last month. “We are happy to have signed for Sabah, and this will be a good new challenge for us,” Adlane said when met after the signing ceremony. “We have a young squad, but we are here to try our best to bring back glory days to Sabah football.

Sunday, November 06, 2016

Top Goalscorers by season

Red fonts indicates the highest goal records.

League: Koh Traore, 24 Goals in 2013 
FA Cup: Matlan Marjan, 10 Goals in 1995
Malaysia Cup: Saphou Lassy, 12 Goals in 1998
Overall: Scott Ollerenshaw, 34 Goals in 1994


SeasonLeagueFA CupM CupOverall
2016Maxsius, Igor (6Goals)Prince Nnake (3Goals)Not QualifiedMaxsius Musa (8Goals)
2015Eamon Zayed
(10Goals)
No Goal (0)Not QualifiedEamon Zayed
(10Goals)
2014Marwan Sayedeh
(8Goals)

Marwan Sayedeh, Rosdin Wasli (1Goal)
Not QualifiedMarwan Sayedeh
(9Goals)
2013Koh Traore (24Goals)
Koh Traore, Jufrry Omopor (1Goal)
Not QualifiedKoh Traore (25Goals)
2012Rozami Rahman, Shahrudin Yakup (6Goals)
No Goal (0)
Not QualifiedRozaimi Rahman, Shahrudin Yakup (6Goals)
2011Razlan Oto (6Goals)Shahrul Azhar Ture (1Goal)Zainizam Marjan (3Goals)Zainizam Marjan, Razlan Oto (7Goals)
2010Farid Ideris (15Goals)No Goal (0)Zainizam Marjan,
Farid Ideris (2Goals)
Farid Ideris (17Goals)
2009Zaykiel Leong (5Goals)Azrul Ejati (1Goal)Wong Sai Kong,
Zaykiel,
 Farid Saibun,
Zainizam,
Rosdin Wasli, Leopold,
Henry Parsi
(1Goal)
Zaykiel Leong (6Goals)
07/08Andre Scotti (12Goals)Kokhrei Irakli (3Goals)Sylvester Sindeh, David Njuko (4Goals)Andre Scotti,
Bobby Gonzales (13Goals)
06/07Charles Obi (13Goals)Charles Obi (3Goals)Charles Obi (10Goals)Charles Obi (26Goals)
05/06Julio Cesar (9Goals)Joey Gundok (1Goal)Daddy Olicheh (2Goals)Daddy Olicheh (10Goals)
2005Julio Cesar (18Goals)Julio Cesar (3Goals)Julio Cesar (2Goals)Julio Cesar (23Goals)
2004Keith Gumbs (7Goals)Josiah Seton (3Goals)Keith Gumbs (3Goals)Keith Gumbs (12Goals)
2003Robert Gaspar (10Goals)Zainizam Marjan (3Goals)Keith Gumbs (9Goals)

Robert Gaspar (13Goals)
2002Josiah Seton (13Goals)Josiah Seton (6Goals)Zainizam Marjan (6Goals)Josiah Seton (24Goals)
2001Shahrin Majid, Suharmin Yusuf (12Goals)Suharmin Yusuf (3Goals)Suharmin Yusuf, K.Sanbagamaran (2Goals)Suharmin Yusuf (17Goals)
2000Redzuan Khan (6Goals)Rizal Awang, Asmawi Bakiri (1Goal)Jaya Kassim (2Goals)Redzuan Khan (6Goals)
1999Henry Soimpon, David Rocastle (5Goals)Jaya Kassim (2Goals)Henry Soimpon, Jaya Kassim (2Goals)Henry Soimpon (8Goals)
1998David Rocastle, Jaya Kassim (4Goals)Suharmin Yusuf, Jaya Kassim (3Goals)Saphou Lassy (12Goals)Saphou Lassy (12Goals)
1997Scott Ollerenshaw (12Goals)Vaselin Kovacevic (1Goal)Milomir Seslija (3Goals)Scott Ollerenshaw (14Goals)
1996Scott Ollerenshaw (18Goals)Scott Ollerenshaw (1Goal)Scott Ollerenshaw (6Goals)Scott Ollerenshaw (25Goals)
1995Scott Ollerenshaw (22Goals)Matlan Marjan (10Goals)Scott Ollerenshaw (5Goals)Scott Ollerenshaw (31Goals)
1994Scott Ollerenshaw (23Goals)Scott Ollerenshaw (4Goals)Scott Ollerenshaw (7Goals)Scott Ollerenshaw (34Goals)

2016 Goalscorers

Sabah 2016
#ScorersPremier LeagueFAM CupTotal
1
Maxsius Musa
62-8
2
Igor Cerina
61-7
3
Prince Nnake
23-5
4
Leopold Alphonso
4--4
5
Dedi Kusnandar
3--3
6
Marco Tulio
2--2
"
Ummareng Bacok
11-2
8
Everton Souza Santos
1--1
-
Own Goal
1--1
#
Total
267-33

FAM CUP
#ScorersTeamFAM Cup
1
Yazili Yunat
KDMM FC3
"
Mohd Helmi Sudin
KDMM FC3
3
Peter Anthony
KDMM FC2
"
Melky Balang
KDMM FC2
"
Hilter Stephenius Salaw
KDMM FC2
"
Juffrey Omopor
DYS FC2
7
Zainizam Marjan
DYS FC1
"
Billy Doliante
DYS FC1
"
Harnoman Appid
DYS FC1
"
Fneckly Baris
DYS FC1
"
Justin Samaan
DYS FC1
"
Mohd Shahrul Asmadin
DYS FC1
"
Jasni Nasri
DYS FC1
"
Hafizan Jahar
DYS FC1
"
Alan Doliante
DYS FC1
"
Zuraindey Jumai
KDMM FC1
"
Hardy Charles Parsi
KDMM FC1
"
Own Goal
DYS FC1

Sabah U-21
#ScorersPresident Cup
1
Rahman Shah Marajeh
7
2
Saliun Mastar
1
"
Ikhmal Akid
1
"
Fuad Amin Madlan
1
"
Klinsmon Aribulan
1
"
Devid Ansarui
1
"
Fazriel Hanafi Stephanus
1
#
Total
13

Sabah U-19
#ScorersYouth Cup
1
Hamran Peter
9
2
Arius Jais
8
3
Stanley Sulong
4
4
Jeniun Karib
3
"
Mohd Suzairee
3
"
Mohd Aidil Shahrolmizan
3
7
Mohd Aidil Safee
2
8
Leanardo Lisua
1
"
Evan Wensley Wenceslaus
1
"
Own Goal
1
#
Total
33
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