Southeast Asia

14 September 2017
With the success of Chanathip Songkrasin in Japan with Consadole Sapporo, and with many of the region’s best young talents recently competing in the SEA Games, attention is now focusing on who could be the next Chanathip to make a successful move abroad.
28 August 2017
It's time for our third annual list of the best coaches from across the official ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) Football Federation.
28 August 2017
There are always going to be some coaches who miss out on FourFourTwo’s annual Top 15 ASEAN Managers list. Then there are those showing great potential who could be on next year’s list, like the five below:
24 August 2017
Steve Darby and Bojan Hodak have experienced it all as coaches in Southeast Asia. As part of this year's look at FFT's Top 15 ASEAN Managers, both men explained some of the unique issues coaches can face in this region...
23 August 2017
It’s a seemingly eternal debate for football clubs in most corners of the planet: employ a coach from abroad with different ideas and a fresh perspective but at the risk of them not adapting to the environment, or go with a home-grown option who understands the culture but may not have the experience of a foreign alternative.
22 August 2017
Tan Cheng Hoe is comfortably one of the best local coaches to emerge from Malaysia in recent times. As part of our annual series on the Top 15 ASEAN Managers, the Malaysia national team assistant coach joined FFT for an exclusive chat...
The saying goes there are lies, damned lies and statistics, but often statistics can help paint a picture of a particular landscape. When it comes to the opportunities for local coaches in Southeast Asia, they certainly do just that.
21 August 2017
It's back – FourFourTwo's annual list of who we believe are the 15 best coaches across the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN).
3 August 2017
In front of 45,000 baying fans at the Merdeka stadium on August 31, 1989, the Lions were on the cusp of history.
1 August 2017
In Southeast Asia, football associations are usually viewed with disdain by fans who are displeased with certain policies and the like. But Malaysia and Indonesia recently got it right... 

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