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 By Paul Murphy

Former Thailand coach Kiatisuk Senamuang takes over at Port FC

Jason Dasey and PJ Roberts break down Thailand's resilient 1-1 draw with the UAE in World Cup Qualifying.
Jason Dasey and John Wilkinson look at new JDT coach Ulisses Morais' resume, and what he brings to the club.
Thailand coach Kiatisuk Senamuang
Kiatisuk Senumuang has made a quick return to management with Thai league side Port FC.

Former Thailand head coach Kiatisuk "Zico" Senamuang's short break from football is over as he embraces a new challenge by joining Thai League (T1) side Port FC.

Kiatiasuk takes over from Jadet Meelarp, with the Port Lions sitting in a very respectable eighth spot in the league following promotion last year.

The legendary striker resigned from his post with the national side in March. Back-to-back defeats to Saudi Arabia and Japan in World Cup qualifying left the Thais bottom of the group, with...

 By Nicolas Anil

Andik Vermansyah credits Indonesia doctors for Selangor comeback in MSL

Jason Dasey and John Wilkinson look at new JDT coach Ulisses Morais' resume, and what he brings to the club.
Jason Dasey and John Wilkinson discuss Kelantan's point penalty and their October debt deadlines.
Andik Vermansyah of Indonesia
Andik, left, was injured while playing for Indonesia in last December's AFF Suzuki Cup.

The Hari Raya festivities this weekend will mean double delight for Indonesia winger Andik Vermansyah, who is also celebrating a successful comeback to Selangor in the Malaysia Super League (MSL) after a long-term absence.

Andik suffered a posterior cruciate ligament injury while playing for his nation in the AFF Suzuki final against Thailand last December, which would rule him out for almost five months.

The setback left Selangor with no choice but to drop him from their squad for the first half...

 By Paul Murphy

Charyl Chappuis joins Muang Thong United, targets Thailand title

At a young age, Charyl Chappuis' passion for football was ignited. Delve into the story of how his love for the game has evolved.
In 2014, Thailand national team and Suphanburi midfielder, Charyl Chappuis, suffered a devastating injury. Following a 16-month layoff, he made his return to football. Here's his story.

Thailand international midfielder Charyl Chappuis is targeting a Thai League (T1) title after being added to the mid-season reinforcements of champions Muang Thong United.

The club are preparing for life after Chanathip Songkrasin, with the Southeast Asian superstar due to leave for J-League club Consadole Sapporo this week.

Thailand international Chappuis joins from Suphanburi, where he has spent the last three years, hoping to enjoy the success that eluded him at the ambitious but underachieving...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

S.League, NFL clubhouses 'back to normal' after April raids

New FAS president Lim Kia Tong speaks exclusively to ESPN FC following his election as the new FAS president.
Jason Dasey and PJ Roberts discuss Singapore's future following consecutive defeats against Chinese Taipei and Argentina.
Tiong Bahru Football Club
Tiong Bahru Football Club is back to full operation after opening its doors again last month.

Less than two months after being raided by Singapore authorities, three football clubhouses have reopened and are operating as usual.

Tiong Bahru Football Club (TBFC), Woodlands Wellington and Hougang United shut down as part of an investigation into financial and auditing matters before April's Football Association of Singapore (FAS) elections.

Bill Ng, the Hougang and TBFC chairman who was an FAS presidential candidate, Hougang general manager Matthew Tay, former FAS president Zainudin Nordin...

 By John Duerden

Le Cong Vinh hard to replace for Vietnam in Asian Cup qualifying

Gaining glory for Vietnam wasn't easy for Le Cong Vinh, who's passion for football has been in his soul since a young age.

For the past decade, imagining the Vietnam national team without Le Cong Vinh was like facing a day in the country without eating pho, the delicious and ubiquitous national dish. You knew it would happen sooner or later, but it was best not to think about it.

LV9 was the captain, the star striker and talisman all rolled into one. And then he said before the start of the 2016 AFF Suzuki Cup that it would be his last tournament wearing the famous red shirt.

Fans hoped two things: one that he would...