Recent changes in Malaysian club football include league restructure and major new commercial deals
League coming off turbulent years that saw clubs struggle with finances and TV rights deals break down
CEO Stuart Ramalingam aiming to get new generation fans excited about Malaysian football again
The Malaysian Football League is aiming for renaissance this season as the result of a restructure of its competition and a raft of major new commercial rights deals.
Recent years have been turbulent, with several collapsed domestic media rights deals, financial problems at clubs and the stresses imposed by the Covid-19 pandemic.
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