Thai football enters 2015 on a high after the success of Kiatisuk Senamuang's national side in December's AFF Suzuki Cup.
The young War Elephants played skillful, attacking football, scoring some spectacular goals. But just as importantly was the way in which they responded to adversity.
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Thailand teams in the past have tended to lose their discipline when things have gone against them. However, the...
It can be difficult at times to be optimistic about Indonesian football. The game lurches from one disaster to another.
Consequently, many supporters are resigned to the national team's fate as Southeast Asia's biggest underachievers. This is even more relevant after Merah Putih crashed out of the AFF Suzuki Cup in the group stage, winning only their meaningless final game against Laos in their Group A assignments.
Still, it would be nice if a few lessons could...
Defying the doomsayers and proving the critics wrong, Malaysia came within 10 minutes of winning their second AFF title before conceding two late goals in the second leg of 2014 Suzuki Cup final against Thailand on Dec. 20.
With Pahang FA claiming the cup double and Johor Darul Takzim (JDT) winning the league, it turned out to be a satisfying year for Malaysian football. But what will 2015 be like?
Veteran football journalist and Astro Arena TV host Rizal Hashim...