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    8 December 2016
    Indonesia started the year without being able to play international football, but they are just two games away from shocking the whole of Southeast Asia...
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    8 December 2016
    Tampines Rovers will compete in AFC Champions League (ACL) qualifying after all, with a revision in the ranking order allowing them to meet all the requirements. 
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    6 December 2016
    Conceptualised a decade ago, the start of the ASEAN Super League (ASL) has been delayed several times. The odds seem stacked against the regional league, but former Football Association of Singapore president Zainudin Nordin is confident it will take flight.
    5 December 2016
    Former Football Association of Singapore president Zainudin Nordin has no doubts over the ASEAN Super League’s (ASL) potential and continues leading calls to get it running in September, but it remains a concept filled with uncertainties.
    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
    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?
    2 December 2016
    Earlier this week, Thailand coach Kiatisuk Senamuang told FourFourTwo he wants to see more of his players head overseas. All 23 War Elephants at the 2016 AFF Suzuki Cup play at home. A few heading elsewhere would surely be healthy, but which ones? And where to?
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    2 December 2016
    Balestier Khalsa will lose two of their most promising talents for the 2017 season after it emerged that Ho Wai Loon and Fadli Kamis will be moving on. 
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    29 November 2016
    V.Sundramoorthy has been in the hot seat for half a year and results haven’t been ideal. But how does he compare to his predecessors? Nigel Chin takes a look... 
    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. 

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