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2 December 2016
The 2016 AFF Suzuki Cup semi-finals are upon us. FourFourTwo looks at why the four teams may progress to the final, and why they may not... 
2 December 2016
 Although Cambodia, Singapore and Philippines are out of the AFF Suzuki Cup, some individuals from these nations shone at the group stages. With Malaysia Super League (MSL) clubs looking for foreign players to fill up their Asian quota, these players could be in line for a move to Malaysia... 
2 December 2016
We’re down to the final four in this year’s AFF Suzuki Cup, with Thailand, Vietnam, Indonesia and Myanmar all vying for the ultimate prize. Ahead of this weekend’s semi-final first legs, we’ve taken a look at each country’s tournament history…
1 December 2016
With a 100 per cent record in the competition, group winners Thailand and Vietnam will be favourites as they take on Myanmar and Indonesia respectively in the final four.Here FourFourTwo takes a look at how the four teams fared in the group stage.
30 November 2016
“I can’t describe the feelings I had at fulltime; I looked at the crowd and they couldn’t believe it was real. There were 40,000 inside the stadium but all of the country was outside – there were millions of people in Hanoi on the streets, including children with flags, and everybody wanted to feel this moment.”
29 November 2016
Malaysia exited the AFF Suzuki Cup at the group stage for the first time since 200 and this was not surprising since they fielded a team largely made up of fringe players. Some turned up, some didn’t. Who are they? FFT grades the players individually... 
29 November 2016
The group stage of this year's AFF Suzuki Cup has been run and done. Four teams are busy preparing for the semi-finals and four others are home licking their wounds. So who did we select as the standouts of the preliminary round?
28 November 2016
Was an early exit from the 2016 AFF Suzuki Cup expected for the Tigers? Who sparkled and who let down the team? FourFourTwo gives its take on the Tigers’ performance... 
28 November 2016
It is no secret that Malaysia coach Ong Kim Swee is expected to be replaced as early as March 2017, but Vijhay Vick believes a decision should be made now and it is pointless keeping Ong in the job. 
26 November 2016
Some of the Malaysians earned positive reviews after the 1-0 loss to Myanmar in the final AFF Suzuki Cup Group B match, but there weren’t enough standouts as the Tigers exited the competition in the group stage for the first time since 2008.

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