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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

AFC bans 22 Laos and Cambodian players for 'manipulation of matches'

From 1977-1980, Banerjee did not concede a single goal against East Bengal.
The AFC has handed out life bans to 22 Laos and Cambodia players.

Southeast Asian football has been rocked by life bans for 22 players from Laos and Cambodia for match-fixing.

The Asian Football Confederation announced the suspensions on Wednesday after investigating matches of the Laos national team, and club side Lao Toyota FC.

Of the 22, 15 are current or former Lao Toyota players. The Vientiane-based team were Lao champions in 2015, and have played in the last two editions of the AFC Cup.

Four of the players -- Saynakhonevieng Phommapanya, Chintana Souksavath,...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

V. Sundramoorthy won't replicate Bernd Stange's tactics for Singapore

Singapore's Hariss Harun and Hassan Sunny are heading abroad to the Spanish third division and Japan respectively.

V. Sundramoorthy deserves more time as Singapore head coach, but will never replicate the fast-tempo style of his predecessor Bernd Stange.

That's the opinion of Bernard Tan, vice-president of the Football Association of Singapore (FAS) provisional council.

Sundram, 51, is only three months away from the end of his one-year contract as national team boss. And his recent record hasn't good, with Singapore failing to win a game at last November's AFF Suzuki Cup as they exited in the group stage.

Now...

 By Kelvin Leong

Aleksandar Duric seeks World Cup dream with Singapore football

ESPN FC's Yasmin Abdol Hamid and John Wilkinson break down Singapore and Malaysia's groups for the 2019 AFC Asian Cup.
Singapore football legend Aleksandar Duric
Aleksandar Duric, right, has played a key role in developing Singapore's next generation of football stars since retirement.

After a successful year in keeping his promise to give back to the sport, former Singapore international Aleksandar Duric is striving to make the Lions' World Cup dream a reality in decades to come.

Having retired as a player in 2014 with more than 350 goals to his name and 17 titles for club and country, the Bosnian-born Singapore legend made good his vow to help develop football in Singapore by joining SportSG on Feb. 1 last year.

He was tasked with setting up the footballing arm of ActiveSG,...

 By Nicolas Anil

Amri Yahyah to make difference for Melaka United says CB Khair Jones

FC's Jason Dasey and PJ Roberts discuss Faiz Subri's homecoming after his amazing free kick earned him FIFA's Puskas award.
Jason Dasey and Singapore international Fazrul Nawaz dive into Ken Ilso's move to Kedah and his potential in Malaysia.
Khair Jones, Malaysia DF vs. Timor Leste 2016
Khair Jones, right, scored in his Malaysia debut against Timor-Leste in June.

Melaka United defender Khair Jones believes the arrival of veteran forward Amri Yahyah is an important step for the Malaysia Premier League champions, as they aim to settle into life in the top flight.

In 2016, the Mousedeers completed a return to the Malaysia Super League after a decade, and swiftly moved to infuse their cast with firepower which included Amri, signed from Johor Darul Ta'zim.

"Among all the players, Amri is the biggest name here. Even though he's at the tail end of his career,...

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Thailand, Singapore and Malaysia unmoved in latest FIFA rankings

ESPN FC's Jason Dasey and Fazrul Nawaz assess Singapore's chances of qualifying for the AFC Asian Cup in UAE in 2019.

Thailand moved within four spots of being the highest-ranked nation in Southeast Asia, as almost all countries including Malaysia and Singapore remain unmoved in the latest FIFA rankings.

Kiatisuk Senamuang's 2016 AFF Suzuki Cup-winning side remained in 126th place, four rungs behind the tournament co-hosts Philippines, who failed to make the tournament's semifinals.

Malaysia and Singapore, who also crashed out in the group stages, remained in 161st and 165th, respectively.

Vietnam fell two spots...