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    21 May 2016
    “It wasn’t the smartest thing I’ve ever done,” was Graeme Souness’s assessment of his contribution to Intercontinental derby folklore back in 1996.
    20 May 2016
    Southeast Asia has a rich football history, with some big-name clubs intertwined with some notable, yet lesser-known outfits. In the latest edition of our tour through the region, FourFourTwo touched base with Australia's Darwin Cubs, a club that once pushed for the Singapore Premier League title...
    19 May 2016
    Almost everyone had forgotten about the youngster who nearly signed with Croatian club Dinamo Zagreb in 2010, but he has struck back with venom in the S.League this year... 
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    17 May 2016
    Members of the Peter Lim-owned Valencia CF are on their way to Singapore and Malaysia. 
    17 May 2016
    With a small talent pool to begin with, the local game should work harder to stop the best and brightest from departing Singapore’s shores, argues Neil Humphreys...
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    16 May 2016
    Former Football Association of Singapore (FAS) official Benjamin Tan has taken on a senior position with the Premier League of Thailand (PLT).
    16 May 2016
    FourFourTwo finds plenty to talk about as we look back on another important few days in Southeast Asia.
    12 May 2016
    FourFourTwo has been granted exclusive access to Malaysian football club Johor Darul Ta’zim (JDT) and was very fortunate recently to spend a considerable amount of time with Tunku Ismail Idris Ibni Sultan Ibrahim Ismail, the Crown Prince of Johor. Over the coming months we'll be providing insights into one of Southeast Asia's most ambitious clubs. This is part one...
    11 May 2016
    Hiring Jose Mourinho now would be a huge mistake, especially for a country like Indonesia, argues John Duerden...
    11 May 2016
    There are a host of good reasons – not least of which is financial – why Tampines Rovers should be taking their AFC Cup progress very seriously, as Kenneth Tan explores...

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