4 April 2017
At the present time, Southeast Asian football is lagging far behind other regions in terms of the FIFA world rankings. But that wasn’t always the case…
15 February 2017
The Asian Football Confederation has handed lifetime bans to 22 players and officials from Laos and Cambodia for match-fixing.
1 February 2017
US President Donald Trump has wasted little time implementing some of his more controversial election promises, including a travel ban aimed at certain Muslim countries. How could it impact Asian football? Scott McIntyre explores the issues...
1 February 2017
The decision to expand the FIFA World Cup to 48 teams was met with derision in many quarters, but for countries like Indonesia it has given them fresh reason to dream of one day performing on the game's grandest stage...
25 January 2017
In part one of a new series, FourFourTwo senior correspondent Scott McIntyre has gone back through football's sordid past to unearth some of the stories that continue to leave scars on the world game...
20 January 2017
Some of the biggest names in world football are now either playing in China or being linked with the country's cashed-up Super League. But what impact could the competition's new rules have on the foreign invasion?
11 January 2017
Many have reacted with contempt and ridicule at FIFA's decision to expand the World Cup from 32 to 48 nations. But, as Scott McIntyre argues, it is a triumph for the sport from a global perspective and offers hope to Asia and particularly Southeast Asia...
11 January 2017
The subantarctic island is now eyeing 2026 glory, Back of the Net can reveal
9 January 2017
Marlone and Daniuska Rodriguez were beaten to the FIFA Puskas Award by Mohd Faiz Subri.
6 January 2017
If Faiz Subri's wonder strike takes out the prestigious Puskas Award next week, it will be a triumph for the Penang midfielder. But it should not be used to paper over the significant cracks in Malaysian football, argues John Duerden... 


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