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 By Jason Dasey

Malaysia hope Oceania tour will translate to Suzuki Cup success

ESPN FC's Jason Dasey and PJ Roberts discuss Malaysia's mixed results during their Oceania tour and look ahead to what the future holds for Ong Kim Swee's men.

The Malaysia national squad arrived home in Kuala Lumpur on Tuesday after their Oceania tour, concluding with Sunday's 1-1 draw with Fiji in Nadi.

At first glance, just one victory in three matches against lower-ranked opponents seems to represent an unsuccessful trip.

But here are five reasons why coach Ong Kim Swee was right to take Harimau Malaysia to the South Pacific:

1. Being forced to leave their comfort zone

Before the trip, most of the squad would have been hard pressed to point to Port...

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Tim Cahill closer to move to A-League after FFA's guest player plan

ESPN FC'S Jason Dasey and PJ Roberts address the rumours surrounding Tim Cahill and if a move back to Australia is imminent.

Australia's record scorer Tim Cahill moved closer to a move to the A-League after Football Federation Australia (FFA) approved the introduction of full season guest players for the 2016-17 season.

It opens the way for the 36-year-old to leave Chinese Super League club Hangzhou Greentown to join Melbourne City with whom he has been heavily linked.

The guest player spot will be in addition to the current two marquee positions in 23-man squads, giving clubs the ability to spend more on regional and...

 By Gabriel Tan

Balestier Khalsa edge Home United in Singapore Cup QF first leg

Balestier Khalsa
Balestier Khalsa will take a one-goal lead into Thursday's quarterfinal second leg of the Singapore Cup.

Balestier Khalsa have one foot in the last four of the Singapore Cup after claiming a 2-1 victory over Home United in the first leg of their quarterfinal at Toa Payoh Stadium on Monday night.

Croatian striker Niko Tokic headed them into the lead in the 37th minute, although Home hit back a minute before the hour mark through a close-range strike from substitute Khairul Nizam.

However, having seen his side reduced to 10 men following a red card to Nurullah Hussein and with four minutes left on the...

 By Paul Murphy

Charyl Chappuis inspires Suphanburi to victory over Chiang Rai United

ESPN FC's Jason Dasey and PJ Roberts discuss Thai star Charyl Chappuis who helped Suphanburi win in the Thai Premier League.

Suphanburi's 2014 Suzuki Cup hero Charyl Chappuis inspired his side to a much needed 2-0 Premier League of Thailand (PLT) victory over in-form Chiang Rai United as the midfielder completed a full 90 minutes for the first time in more than 18 months.

The War Elephant had failed to win their previous seven matches, a period in which Chappuis has made slow but steady progress in his return from a serious knee injury. With his first full game coinciding with a morale-boosting win, Ricardo Rodriguez's...

 By Jason Dasey

Malaysia plan Suzuki Cup warmups against Singapore and Indonesia

Malaysia coach Ong Kim Swee and Brad Maloney
Ong Kim Swee and assistant Brad Maloney are planning a busy Malaysia schedule for the rest of 2016.

Malaysia are planning a series of international friendlies against Asian rivals in the lead up to November's AFF Suzuki Cup, including high profile games against neighbours Singapore and Indonesia.

Ahead of the squad's return from their Oceania tour this week, coach Ong Kim Swee, and his assistants Brad Maloney and Kris Yong, are preparing a busy schedule for the second half of the year.

The Malaysians have penciled in a friendly againt Indonesia in Jakarta in the first week on September and another...

Malaysia held to 1-1 draw by Fiji in final Oceania tour game

Amri Yahyah vs. Timor-Leste 2016
Amri Yahyah's goal gave Malaysia a 1-1 draw against Fiji in Nadi.

Malaysia were held to a 1-1 draw by Fiji in the third and final match of their Oceania tour on Sunday afternoon at Prince Charles Park in Nadi.

The Tigers started the tour with a 2-0 defeat at the hands of Papua New Guinea and then fought back from a goal down to defeat New Caledonia 2-1 on Wednesday.

A goal from Amri Yahyah set Kim Ong Swee's men on their way four minutes before the break. The Johor Darul Ta'zim star finished after good work from club colleague S. Chanturu.

Malaysia were heading...