Johor FC


Johor FC

Football club infobox
clubname = Johor FC


fullname = Johor Football Club
nickname = The Bees
founded = 1972
ground = Pasir Gudang Corporation Stadium,
Pasir Gudang
capacity = 15,000
chairman = flagicon|Malaysia vacant
manager = flagicon|Malaysia Mohd Faizal Abdullah
coach = flagicon|Malaysia Ramlan Rashid
league = Malaysian Super League
season = 2007-08|2007-08 | position = Malaysian Super League, 3rd placed
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Johor Football Club (Malay: "Kelab Bola Sepak Johor") is a Malaysian football club based in Pasir Gudang, Johore. They play in the top division in Malaysian football, the Malaysian Super League. Their home stadium is the JCorp Stadium, Pasir Gudang.

History

Johor FC was founded in 1972 under the Sports Bureau of the Workers Union of Johor State Economic Development Corporation ("Perbadanan Kemajuan Ekonomi Negeri Johor"). Thus the team was then named Perbadanan Kemajuan Ekonomi Negeri Johor FC (PKENJ FC). The team started joining the local PBJB league since its foundation and was the regular winner of the league. In 1988, the team qualified for the FAM Cup. In 1994 and 1995, Johor FC won 2 consecutive FAM Cups, and was the runner-up in 1996. From 1997 to 2001, Johor FC played in the second tier football league in Malaysia, the Malaysian Premier League (which was then known as the Premier-Two League), and was the champion for the season 2001, thus earning promotion to the Super League for the following season.

Honours

Domestic

* Division 1 or Premier 1 : "Winners (1):" 2001

* FAM Cup : "Winners (2):" 1994, 1995 : "Runners-up (1):" 1996

Asian

* Asian Club Championship : "Second round:" 1997

Players

Current squad

Transfers

Out
flagicon|Argentina Gustavo Andres Fuentes released
flagicon|Cameroon Moudourou Swa Moise released
flagicon|Argentina Walter Ariel Silva released
flagicon|Malaysia Mohd Daudsu Jamaluddin to Kelantan FA

End of Loan

Out
flagicon|Malaysia Mohd Hasmarul Fadzir Hassan to KL PLUS FC

Managers

Coaches

External links

* [http://www.johorfc.net/Default.php Johor FC Official Fansite] ms icon


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