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 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,...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

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...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Hafiz Sujad leaves Tampines Rovers, completes move to Thailand

ESPN FC's Jason Dasey and Fazrul Nawaz assess Singapore's chances of qualifying for the AFC Asian Cup in UAE in 2019.
After Malaysia and Singapore both crashed out of the AFF Cup, ESPN FC's Jason Dasey and PJ Roberts grade their performances.

Singapore national midfielder Hafiz Abu Sujad has parted ways with Tampines Rovers to join a second division Thai side.

Bangkok-based Big Bang Chula United (BBCU) have signed the talented 26-year-old to a 12-month contract.

BBCU were relegated from the Premier League of Thailand last season after finishing rock bottom of the 18-team league, winning only three of 30 games, and losing 23.

Once known as Chulalongkorn University FC, they will play in the Thai League 2 this season.

It ends speculation...

 By Gabriel Tan

Hafiz Sujad and Khairul Amri want 2017 boost with Singapore

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

Singapore stars Hafiz Abu Sujad and Khairul Amri say they are ready to put an unsatisfactory end to 2016 behind them as they aim for increased success for club and country this year.

The two attackers expected to be starters for the Singapore national side in the 2019 AFC Asian Cup playoffs, beginning in March.

Hafiz, one of Singapore football's rising stars, and Amri, an established stalwart of the game, had contrasting seasons at club level last year. They ultimately had to endure the same disappointing...