Later this week, FourFourTwo will publish a comprehensive list of Southeast Asia's Best Imports. There are also plenty of players from within the region who have gone to other ASEAN nations and become heroes. Some of the most successful are mentioned below, in no particular order...
The skies opened briefly after Johor Darul Ta'zim (JDT) were presented a record fourth straight Malaysia Super League (MSL) trophy, and it continued to rain well past midnight, but the celebrations did not stop.
As the Thais chased every ball against the Socceroos, the Lions ran out of puff against Turkmenistan. Singapore may have a smaller talent pool than their regional rivals, but there’s no excuse for being less fit, argues Neil Humphreys.
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.
Singapore vice-captain Hariss Harun said his side is coming to grips with the new 3-4-3 formation, but will need to be more clinical as they gear up for a crunch Asian Cup home qualifier against Turkmenistan on Tuesday night.