5 June 2017
In the first of a four-part series, best-selling author and FourFourTwo columnist Neil Humphreys examines some of the radical changes that may be required to save Singapore’s only professional sports league.
5 June 2017
As Malaysia prepare for the 2017 SEA Games on home soil in August, FourFourTwo looks at how things panned out for the team that won silver when Kuala Lumpur last played host to the regional tournament in 2001. Allan Harris’ charges reached the final of the under-23 competition, losing 1-0 to Thailand.
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17 May 2017
The Garena Young Lions are on the lookout for a new head coach following the resignation of V.Selvaraj.
3 May 2017
Most people know about Zainudin Nordin's time in charge, but did you know Australian teams once played in a Singaporean League or that blueprints were made for the Lions' participation in a World Cup? In the wake of Lim Kia Tong’s victory in the inaugural FAS elections, we look back at how some ex-presidents did in the job…
28 April 2017
Pahang captain Matthew Davies speaks to Vijhay Vick ahead of the 2017 SEA Games in Kuala Lumpur, where the Malaysians have set their sights on gol. Stopping Thailand’s bid for a third straight title will be tough, but the right-back wants to make full use of home ground advantage.
27 April 2017
There were high hopes on the Young Lions’ class of 2009 to achieve a first-ever gold medal at the Southeast Asian (SEA) Games. Unfortunately they could only repeat their bronze medal feat from the previous edition. FFT takes a look at how things have panned out for that crop of players since…  
4 April 2017
At the present time, Southeast Asian football is lagging far behind other regions in terms of the FIFA world rankings. But that wasn’t always the case…
29 March 2017
For well over half a century now, Indonesia and Malaysia have enjoyed one of the fiercest rivalries in world football. FourFourTwo's chief editorial representatives in each country gave us their thoughts...
28 March 2017
It was exactly ten years ago that the Young Lions attained a medal at the Southeast Asian (SEA) Games for the first time since an age limit was imposed on the football competition in 2001. Did the starting 11 go on to be national stalwarts? FFT takes a look... 
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27 March 2017
Sacked as Malaysia coach on Saturday, Ong Kim Swee’s trip to Beirut to watch Lebanon host Hong Kong was supposed to be part of his preparation for the ongoing Asian Cup qualifying campaign. Happy to still go, he told FourFourTwo he will now relay all information to his replacement, Mario Gomez.

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