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26 April 2016
Here it is, FourFourTwo’s second annual Asia 50, a comprehensive list of the greatest Asian footballers currently performing on some of the biggest stages around the globe.
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7 April 2017
Singapore's under-17 side put up a good fight in the recent 2017 J.League under-16 Challenge League, finishing fourth out of seven teams in their group. 
6 April 2017
Englishman Steve Darby has extensive experience coaching across Southeast Asia, making stops in Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand and Vietnam, among others. Using those experiences he has put together a guide to surviving as a foreigner in this part of the world.
31 March 2017
When you think of powerhouse nations in Asia, the first names that likely spring to mind are these two. Their rivalry dates back generations and is about more than just football...
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28 March 2017
Shinji Kagawa, Shinji Okazaki, Yuya Kubo and Maya Yoshida were all on target as Japan routed Thailand 4-0 in the AFC World Cup qualifiers.
28 March 2017
In the second installment in our series on the biggest rivalries in Asia, Japan-based Australian Scott McIntyre and his Singapore-based compatriot James Dampney debate the fairly recent rivalry that has emerged between Japan's Samurai Blue and the Socceroos.
28 March 2017
Football fans are the nucleus of the world game. They keep their clubs afloat and help drive their national teams to greater heights. Of course they also have their rivals, geographically and historically. So which are the biggest in this part of the world?
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23 March 2017
Yuya Kubo and Yasuyuki Konno struck for Japan as they moved back into automatic contention for World Cup qualification by beating UAE.
22 February 2017
Sometimes footballers can have a tendency to lean on the comforts of home and remain in their local professional leagues. But, as Paul Williams reports, there are many benefits our 20 Under-20 can realise if they test themselves abroad...
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13 February 2017
Singapore No.1 Hassan Sunny is expected to return to Home United after a training stint with J.League 3 side Gainare Tottori. 

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