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Articles by John Duerden

7 December 2018
As a player, Tan Cheng Hoe had a glittering career and now he aims to make his mark as a coach in Malaysia... 
29 July 2018
John Duerden is hoping to see Indonesia take a leaf out of Vietnam’s books by rejuvenating their country’s football scene at the 2018 Asian Games on home soil.
20 July 2018
John Duerden feels that the Japan national team should court the services of Arsene Wenger as their search for a national team coach continues.
19 July 2018
John Duerden sees a lot of similarities in South Korea and Singapore football when it comes to military service. Cue Son Heung-min and Ben Davis.
15 July 2018
John Duerden reckons Asia football supporters should root for Croatia against France in the 2018 World Cup final.
John Duerden is looking for answers as to whether a coach’s trip to the World Cup with the Socceroos did in fact benefit Singapore football at the U-19 level.
20 June 2018
MOSCOW – After the end of the first round of games, FourFourTwo looks at five things we learned from Asian teams at the 2018 World Cup.
19 June 2018
John Duerden reflects on an a disappointing opening for Asia and why Japan can help lift the gloom.
18 June 2018
John Duerden gives his view on the opening games for two of Asia’s representatives – Iran and Saudi Arabia – in Russia.
13 June 2018
John Duerden talks about what Southeast Asia is missing out on by not being part of the World Cup.