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 By Kelvin Leong

Singapore's Gabriel Quak: Kadir was more than just a coach to me

Gabriel Quak is one of Singapore's rising stars and was part of Bernd Stange's 2014 AFF Suzuki Cup squad. Photo credit: Football Association of Singapore

Singapore winger Gabriel Quak has hailed the influence of Singapore legend Kadir Yahaya as the man who set him on the right path to becoming a professional footballer.

The LionsXII midfielder has had a meteoric rise in the past two years since completing his national service. In his first full season, he won the Malaysian Super League (MSL) title and was part of the national squad for the recently concluded AFF Suzuki Cup.

He said: "I was actually part of the 2012 LionsXII squad but due to national...

By ESPN Staff
7 days ago

LionsXII prepare for 2015 campaign

ESPN FC's John Wilkinson and Fay Hokulani weigh in on the qualifying path for Warriors FC and look ahead to LionsXII new season.

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 By Kelvin Leong

Malaysia's Safee Sali had something up his sleeve against Singapore

Safee really did have something up his sleeve in the match against Singapore. Photo Credit: Asiana.my

With all the prematch hype surrounding striker Safee Sali's late-night antics on the eve of Malaysia's crunch tie against Singapore in the AFF Suzuki Cup Group B match at the Sports Hub a fortnight ago, the forward was adamant that he would let his football do the talking on the pitch.

Having been caught smoking at dinner during the team's preparations, Safee silenced his critics with a superb opening goal in the first half, which set his team on their way to a 3-1 victory that propelled them...

Malaysia striker Safee Sali thanks Dollah for believing in him

Malaysia forward Safee Sali was a constant menace for the Singapore defence on Saturday night. Photo Credit: Football Association of Singapore

Malaysia's hero of the moment, Safee Sali, thanked his coach Dollah Salleh for giving him the perfect opportunity against arch-rivals Singapore to silence his critics.

The Johor Darul Takzim forward scored Malaysia's first goal in their 3-1 win over Singapore on Saturday night to send his team into the semifinals of the AFF Suzuki Cup where they will play hot favourites Vietnam over two legs on Dec. 7 and 11.

Safee was the talk of town a day before the final Group B matchup after he was caught on...

Singapore's Shahril Ishak: It wasn't a penalty in Suzuki Cup

Malaysia midfielder Safiq Rahim celebrates after converting the injury time penalty which gave the visitors a 2-1 lead in their final Suzuki Cup Group B game against Singapore.

Stunned Singapore players criticised the referee after they crashed out of the AFF Suzuki Cup with a 3-1 defeat to Malaysia in their final Group B match at their National Stadium on Saturday.

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Al Kaf Ahmed Abu Bakar Said, from Oman, awarded a contentious penalty to Malaysia in injury time when the scores were locked 1-1. Malaysia scored from the spot kick in the 91st minute and added a third goal in the 94th as Singapore went for a late equaliser. Had the contest ended 1-1, Singapore would have...