A 93rd minute winner from Orazsahedov Vahyt consigned V Sundramoothy’s men to a 2-1 defeat against Turkmenistan in Ashgabat on Tuesday as the Lions remain rock bottom of their Asian Cup qualification group with two points.
The Lions' lack of progress under Bernd Stange was criticised and now fans wonder if Sundram’s days are numbered. But realistically, no coach could fix Singapore’s systemic failings, argues Neil Humphreys...
In light of a travel ban to North Korea issued by the Malaysian government on Thursday, the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) has decided to postpone the Asian Cupqualifier between Malaysia and North Korea in Pyongyang for the third time.
The last year has been a turbulent ride for Ong Kim Swee. Promoted to head coach of the Malaysian national team, he was then demoted to the under-22 side before finding redemption at the SEA Games. He joined FourFourTwo’s Vijhay Vick for a wide-ranging interview.
The going has been tough for Singapore in their bid to qualify for the Asian Cup, sitting bottom of Group E at the halfway mark. Kenneth Tan pinpoints five observations from the Lions' opening three games.