10 October 2017
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. 
9 October 2017
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... 
8 October 2017
Asian Cup Qualifiers| Kopetdag Stadium| Tues 10 Oct | 4.30pm local time (7.30pm SG time)  
1 October 2017
Lions coach V Sundramoorthy has called up the young duo of Shannon Stephen and Rusyaidi Salime ahead of his side's friendly match with Qatar and Asian Cup qualifier against Turkmenistan.
7 September 2017
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.
5 September 2017
Singapore coach V.Sundramoorthy was left disappointed after the Lions threw a precious one-goal lead away to share the spoils against Turkmenistan in a 1-1 draw on Tuesday.  
5 September 2017
The Lions paid for their profligacy as a late equaliser cost them the three points in a 1-1 draw against Turkmenistan at Jalan Besar Stadium on Tuesday night. 
5 September 2017
Singapore turned in an impressive performance against Turkmenistan but only gained a point for their efforts after a late equaliser. Deepanraj Ganesan files the player ratings from the 1-1 draw. 
4 September 2017
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.
1 September 2017
Singapore coach V Sundramoorthy will stick to playing three defenders in his backline after the Lions came from behind to hold Hong Kong in a 1-1 draw… 

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