9 May 2016
Throughout 2016, FourFourTwo has been digging deep into the rich and colourful history of club football across Southeast Asia. This is the home of all that compelling content and will continue to be updated as the journey continues.
2 December 2016
Cambodia, Malaysia and Philippines are out of the AFF Suzuki Cup but some individuals from these nations shone at the group stages. Could these players appear on our shores to breathe life into the ailing S.League?
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... 
28 November 2016
Nobody seemed surprised by Singapore's early exit from the Suzuki Cup, but were they really that bad? FFT grades the Lions accordingly...
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. 
27 November 2016
Whoever invented the flashlight function on mobile phones probably never dreamt of the lightshow that would be put on by a raucous collection of football fans from Myanmar.
27 November 2016
Having seen his charges fail to qualify for the AFF Suzuki Cup knock-out stage for the first time since 2008, Malaysia coach Ong Kim Swee initially tore into the referee and a Myanmar journalist before conceding he had failed to deliver.
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.
26 November 2016
 Myanmar made sure they shed away their image as Southeast Asia’s minnows after beating Malaysia 1-0 and the margin could have been bigger. The White Angels clearly have a talented frontline and that should come in handy against Thailand in the semi-finals...


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