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Myanmar hold Vietnam to a draw, both on track for AFF Cup semifinals

Vietnam's forward Nguyen Van Toan (C) fights for the ball with Myanmar's midfielder Ye Ko Oo.
Vietnam's forward Nguyen Van Toan (C) fights for the ball with Myanmar's midfielder Ye Ko Oo.

Pre-tournament favourites Vietnam were held to a 0-0 draw by Myanmar on Tuesday as the duo remained locked in the top two positions in group A of the AFF Suzuki Cup.

Both teams went into the meeting with two wins, and the draw lifts them to seven points apiece from three games, a point above third-placed Malaysia with one round of group games remaining.

The top two teams in the tournament's two groups advance to next month's semifinals. A win for Myanmar over Malaysia in their next match, on Nov....

Malaysia edge Cambodia in AFF Suzuki Cup as Vietnam cruise past Laos

Kouch Sokumpheak of Cambodia fights for the ball with Malaysia's Mohamadou Sumareh.

Malaysia opened the 2018 AFF Suzuki Cup with a 1-0 victory over Cambodia in Group A on Thursday.

Norshahrul Idlan Talaha scored the only goal 30 minutes into the game when he headed home from eight yards after Syamer Kutty Abba's driving run through midfield eventually allowed Zaquan Adha to send in a decisive cross.

In the group's other game, Vietnam cruised to a 3-0 win over Laos to lay down an early marker for the tournament.

Park Hang-seo's side, who won the regional title in 2008 and are one...

Keisuke Honda coaching Cambodia via video, set to miss first AFF Cup match vs. Malaysia

Malaysia's hopes of kicking off their 2018 AFF Cup campaign with a win over Cambodia in Phnom Penh on Thursday have been boosted by confirmation that the hosts will be without mentor Keisuke Honda.

The Japanese star was appointed in August to become general manager of the Angkor Warriors but took on the role of acting head coach in September's friendly against Malaysia that ended in a 3-1 defeat.

With Honda busy on Sunday playing for Melbourne Victory against Central Coast Mariners in the Australian...

Keisuke Honda calls for coaching license overhaul amid questions over Cambodia role

Keisuke Honda has called for an overhaul of the coaching license pathway into management, advocating a written test for potential new coaches.

Former Japan star Honda, 32, took over coaching duties with Cambodia after retiring from international football following the World Cup in Russia.

He has been officially named as general manager of the national team but is acting in a voluntary and unpaid role.

Honda, who also signed a two-year deal to play for Melbourne Victory in August, argued that players...

Melbourne Victory insist Keisuke Honda's 'number one priority' is the A-League

Melbourne Victory chief Trent Jacobs is confident Keisuke Honda's secondary job with the Cambodian national team won't distract his focus during his debut A-League season.

A week after he was confirmed as Victory's marquee signing, the Japanese superstar was unveiled as the new "general manager" of the world No. 166-ranked Cambodian team.

The 32-year-old doesn't have the credentials to take on an official coaching position but it's understood he'll be Cambodia's head coach in all but name, with...