Laos

20 February 2017
The Southeast Asian football scene is stacked with an ever-growing list of prodigiously talented teenagers. We've scoured the region for the absolute cream of the crop and here they are – FourFourTwo's inaugural series, '20 Under-20'...
8 July 2017
Hosts Malaysia were handed a relatively easier group at the SEA Games after avoiding Indonesia, Vietnam, Philippines and defending champions Thailand, all of whom can consider themselves in a group of death.
21 June 2017
Portugal’s Eduardo Almeida is a rarity in footballing circles, having not played the sport professionally before moving into the coaching ranks at a very young age.
21 February 2017
A match-fixing scandal has thrown Laos football into chaos in recent times. But amidst that worrying situation, a shining light is emerging in the form of supremely talented midfielder, Phathana Phommathep...
21 February 2017
In part two of our new series looking at the best and brightest talents from across Southeast Asia, we discover sons of royalty – both literally and figuratively – plus a European-based prospect and more of Thailand's ever-growing stable of young stars...
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15 February 2017
The Asian Football Confederation has handed lifetime bans to 22 players and officials from Laos and Cambodia for match-fixing.
8 November 2016
One of Southeast Asia’s most experienced coaches fears the upcoming AFF Suzuki Cup is at risk of match fixing in the wake of revelations four Laos players have been provisionally suspended by the AFC.
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7 November 2016
The Asian Football Confederation’s (AFC) newest tournament, the Solidarity Cup, has been rocked by match-fixing claims, with four players from Laos provisionally suspended by the AFC for 60 days.
4 November 2016
The Thai Premier League has implemented a rule of having one Asean player per club from 2017 and FourFourTwo Thailand writers believe these players are good enough for their league... 
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2 November 2016
The third annual Mekong Club Championship is about to get underway, with sides from Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos and Myanmar all chasing defending champions Buriram United and the US$75,000 (S$105,000) first prize.

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