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 By Kelvin Leong

Hartmann brothers ready for Global success with Philippines

In the past decade, football has been gaining a larger following in the Philippines.

Although the majority of Philippines' 100 million citizens are hooked on basketball and boxing, it came as no surprise when football took the country by storm at the turn of the century. Around the same time, Europe-based Filipino players began donning the Azkals' colours.

The 2010 AFF Suzuki Cup was the breakout tournament for Philippines. They made it to the semifinals and were undefeated in the group stages before eventually losing to Indonesia. They upset co-hosts Vietnam in a game referred...

 By Kelvin Leong

Former Sampdoria kid Chitchanok wants a shot with Thailand

Chitchanok Xaysensourinthone, right, dreams of the day he gets to line up alongside Charyl Chappuis wearing the Thai national jersey. Photo credit: Chitchanok

While the Southeast Asian football community continues to marvel at the impact made by Thailand's Swiss-born midfielder Charyl Chappuis, his good mate Chitchanok Xaysensourinthone is eager for his chance to walk in his footsteps.

Chappuis is part of the War Elephants' dazzling golden generation midfield trio, who spearheaded their AFF Suzuki Cup win last year with Chanathip Songkrasin and Sarach Yooyen being the other two members.

The golden generation was the consequence of the Football Association...

Goalkeeper Khairul Fahmi calls for Malaysia to recapture Suzuki Cup spirit

Khairul Fahmi Che Mat has been a mainstay with the Malaysia national team since making his debut four years ago.

Malaysia goalkeeper Khairul Fahmi Che Mat says that the national team must recapture the spirit of last year's stirring Suzuki Cup campaign if they are to lift themselves from a depressing slump ahead of the high profile game against Liverpool later this month.

The Malaysians have failed to win a game in 2015 and suffered a humiliating 6-0 home defeat to Palestine on June 16 in their last international, which was an AFC World Cup qualifying match.

That result -- coupled with a 1-1 home draw to minnows...

 By Jason Dasey

Thailand insider Van Dijk hoping to be part of Indonesia's World Cup quest

Sergio van Dijk could go from hero to villain with the Suphanburi fans if he plays for Indonesia against Thailand in World Cup qualifying. Photo credit: Narong Chidprang

Sergio van Dijk lives in Thailand, plays for Indonesia, made his name in Australia and was thinking about Malaysia.

When the second round AFC World Cup draw was made in Kuala Lumpur on Tuesday night, the Suphanburi FC striker saw two of his worlds come together as Indonesia found themselves in the same pool as Thailand. 2007 Asian champions Iraq, Vietnam and Taiwan are the other nations in Group F.

"My first response is it is good to face Thailand... that is special for me," Van Dijk told ESPN...

 By Jason Dasey

Chappuis' star rises in Thailand as Suzuki Cup winner recovers from knee surgery

Suphanburi FC midfielder Charyl Chappuis is widely regarded as Thai football's poster boy. Photo credit: Narong Chidprang

A catchy Thai TV commercial for a skin care product shows a trendy young guy interrupting backyard frolics with his mates to answer the door bell and welcome three lovely ladies to a weekend barbeque -- with a winning smile.

It might have been one of the stars of popular soap operas like Raeng Pratana or Hormones, which captivate viewers from Hat Yai to Chang Rai. But instead the 'actor' was Thailand's Swiss-born midfielder Charyl Chappuis, who became a national celebrity when the War Elephants...