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SINGAPORE S-LEAGUE

2017/2018 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
4 Geylang 11 3 10 36
5 Warriors 9 7 8 34
6 Hougang Unit 9 3 12 30
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 By Kenneth Tan

Tampines Rovers romp in Brunei to grab second in S.League

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Jason Dasey and Dez Corkhill reflect on Albirex Niigata's campaign after they clinched a second straight S.League title.
Jason Dasey and John Wilkinson assess Singapore's upcoming November fixtures against Lebanon and Bahrain.

Tampines Rovers sealed second position in the S.League for 2017, and a possible spot in next season's AFC Champions League playoffs, after a thumping 5-0 win away to Brunei DPMM on Friday night.

Singapore veteran forward Khairul Amri signalled his improved fitness and form by notching a brace at Hassanal Bolkiah Stadium. The other goals come from Shahdan Sulaiman, Ivan Dzoni and Hazwan Hamzah (own goal) as the Stags inflicted a worst-ever S.League home defeat on the 2015 champions.

After DPMM started...

 By Kenneth Tan

Home United suffer second loss in row, fall to Warriors FC

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Jason Dasey and John Wilkinson mull over the implications should the S.League take a one-year break in 2018.
Jason Dasey interviews Tampines Rovers captain Mustafic Fahrudin after his team's 2-0 victory over Home United.

The hopes of Home United of achieving second place in the S.League were severely dented at Choa Chu Kang Stadium on Friday night when they fell to a 2-1 defeat against uniformed rivals Warriors FC.

All three goals came in the first half. Reigning Young Player of the Year M. Anumanthan had cancelled out Andrei Ciolacu's opener, before Suria Prakash netted the winner for the Warriors in his first game since Nov. 2015.

The defeat meant third-placed Home could fall seven points behind Tampines Rovers,...

 By Kenneth Tan

Young Lions shock Warriors to win first game in 17 months

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Jason Dasey and John Wilkinson mull over the implications should the S.League take a one-year break in 2018.
Jason Dasey speaks with Hariss Harun following Home United's 1-1 draw with Albirex Niigata.

Bottom side Garena Young Lions claimed their first S.League win of the season after defeating Warriors FC 1-0 away at Choa Chu Kang Stadium on Saturday night.

Haiqal Pashia's second-half goal was enough to help Vincent Subramaniam's side collect their first victory since May 2016 when they defeated the same opponents 3-1 at Jalan Besar Stadium.

However, much of the credit have to go to their goalkeeper Zharfan Rohaizad, who pulled off a series of saves to keep the 2014 S.League champions at bay.

He...

 By Kenneth Tan

Warriors FC aim to end S.League inconsistency vs. Garena Young Lions

Jason Dasey and John Wilkinson mull over the implications should the S.League take a one-year break in 2018.

Out-of-sorts Warriors FC will be looking to strengthen their hold on fourth position in the S.League when they host Garena Young Lions at Choa Chu Kang Stadium on Saturday night.

A run of just two wins in their last nine S.League games means they are now 20 points behind leaders Albirex Niigata (S), with their title hopes having evaporated long ago.

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Heading into their final five matches, the nine-time champions are now aiming to finish inside the top four, which would be an improvement on last...

 By Kenneth Tan

Shahril Ishak and V. Sundramoorthy endorse AFF Suzuki Cup changes

Jason Dasey and Dez Corkhill assess the lack of intensity in the S. League which may be factoring in the national team.

Singapore coach V. Sundramoorthy and captain Shahril Ishak have endorsed the changes for next year's Suzuki Cup, with 10 nations playing home-and-away games in the group stage.

The new format was confirmed at last month's ASEAN Football Federation (AFF) council meeting in Bali.

Since its fourth edition in 2002, the biennial Southeast Asia tournament typically had two host countries for the group stages, with four teams in each group.

However, from 2018 onwards, two more nations will be added. They...