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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Shahril Ishak and Hafiz Sujad out of Singapore's Asian Cup qualifier

Dez Corkhill and John Wilkinson preview Singapore's upcoming matches against Afghanistan and Bahrain.

Singapore have suffered a double blow ahead of their third-round Asian Cup qualifier against Bahrain with the withdrawal of captain Shahril Ishak and winger Hafiz Abu Sujad.

The Lions' squad flew out to the Middle East on Monday without the pair. The Singaporeans will face Afghanistan in a friendly on Thursday before their meeting with the Bahrainis in Riffa on March 28.

Shahril has a foot injury, suffered in Warriors FC's 1-1 draw against Geylang International on March 10. Hafiz has a knee problem...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Singapore risks becoming minnows due to 'tsunami' - Kadir Yahaya

Dez Corkhill and John Wilkinson preview Singapore's upcoming matches against Afghanistan and Bahrain.

Former international defender Kadir Yahaya says a "tsunami" is about to hit Singapore football, with the four-time AFF champions in danger of becoming one of Southeast Asia's minnows.

The 48-year-old considers next month's Football Association of Singapore (FAS) elections to be a pivotal point in the sport's history in the Republic.

"We are at a critical juncture in our football, and if we don't improve in the next five years, our realistic opponents will be the so-called minnows, countries like...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Lim Kia Tong and Bill Ng to battle in landmark FAS elections

Singapore winger Faris Ramli joins ESPN FC's Jason Dasey to talk about his aspirations for both club and country in 2017.
Dez Corkhill and John Wilkinson preview Singapore's upcoming matches against Afghanistan and Bahrain.
FAS vice president Lim Kia Tong
Lim Kia Tong says it isn't fair to describe his team as incumbents ahead of next month's election.

It is time for change in Singapore football, according to Hougang United chairman Bill Ng, who has emerged as one of the front runners for next month's Football Association of Singapore (FAS) election.

April 29 has been announced as the date for the first-ever contested election of FAS.

According to The Straits Times, the contest will be a struggle between 64-year-old Lim Kia Tong, an FAS council member since 1999, and outspoken businessman Ng, who is credited in turning Hougang United into an S.League...

 By Gabriel Tan

Sultan of Selangor's Cup aimed at reviving Kallang Roar in Singapore

Dez Corkhill and John Wilkinson preview Singapore's upcoming matches against Afghanistan and Bahrain.

Bringing back the "Kallang Roar" could be one of the main benefits of holding the Sultan of Selangor's Cup at the new National Stadium for the first time.

Singapore has been confirmed as the host of this year's match, with 2017 marking the 16th edition of the friendly tournament that was introduced to commemorate the old rivalry between Singapore and Selangor.

In recent times, a Singapore Selection side has travelled up north to participate in the tournament.

But, for the first time in eight years,...

 By Gabriel Tan

Ha Noi smash four past S.League giants Tampines Rovers in AFC Cup

ESPN FC's Dez Corkill and John Wilkinson break down JDT and Home United's victories in the AFC Cup.
Tampines Rovers
Tampines Rovers were torn apart by Ha Noi FC at the My Dinh Stadium.

S.League giants Tampines Rovers had more away blues in the AFC Cup on Wednesday after they were handed a 4-0 defeat by Vietnam's Ha Noi FC at the My Dinh Stadium.

Loris Arnaud got the hosts on their way when he broke the deadlock after 16 minutes, before Nguyen Van Quyet added a second in the 65th minute to put them firmly in control of proceedings.

The two goals would have been enough to secure Ha Noi's first win in Group G but they were not done yet, with Do Hung Dung and Gonzalo Marronkle adding...