S.League

The S.League is the top professional football (soccer) league in Singapore. Launched in 1996, the league currently involves 10 teams. They are Albirex Niigata FC (Singapore), Balestier Khalsa FC, Brunei DPMM, Courts Young Lions, Geylang United FC, Harimau Muda, Home United FC, Hougang United, Tampines Rovers FC and Warriors FC.

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  • Singapore, Malaysia, Philippines can learn from Vietnam's remarkable rise

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    Singapore, Malaysia, Philippines can learn from Vietnam's remarkable rise Ali Adnan sealed a 3-2 win for Iraq over Vietnam in the Asian Cup in dramatic fashion, by netting a sublime 90th minute free-kick.Mat Ryan saved two spot kicks in a penalty shootout against Uzbekistan in the Asian Cup round of 16, after the game finished 0-0.Son-Heung min set up both goals as South Korea overcame China 2-0, with both teams still booking their place in the Round of 16.After failing to find the all-important winning goal against Jordan, Palestine must wait to find out their Asia Cup fate.Tom Rogic's injury-time winner over Syria confirmed Australia's place in the Asia Cup knockout rounds.After an opening Asia Cup defeat to Jordan, Australia looked much more comfortable in a 3-0 win against Palestine.Uzbekistan prevailed 2-1 over Oman in their 2019 AFC Asian Cup opener courtesy of Eldor Shomurodov's late winner.Ritsu Doan added to Yuya Osaka's two goals to ensure Asian Cup favourites Japan kicked off their tournament with a 3-2 win.It feels like more than a month since Vietnam were lifting the 2018 AFF Suzuki Cup to be crowned Southeast Asia's best.The celebrations in Hanoi after the final win over Malaysia in December were something to be seen, but there could be[…]

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  • Singapore 'have gone backwards' - Bernd Stange unimpressed by AFF Suzuki Cup campaign

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    Singapore 'have gone backwards' - Bernd Stange unimpressed by AFF Suzuki Cup campaign The Philippines prevailed 1-0 over Singapore in Group B courtesy of a late winner by Patrick Reichelt.Singapore were eliminated at the group stage of the 2018 AFF Suzuki Cup on Sunday, but while many saw their performances as a step forward former coach Bernd Stange has told ESPN FC that the country has to make big changes if it is to progress.The German spent three years in charge of the national team from 2013 but was not happy with what he saw from them in Southeast Asia's biennial competition, especially in the 3-0 loss to Thailand on Sunday that sealed a first-round exit."Nothing has changed...

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  • Singapore must back Fandi Ahmad despite AFF Cup elimination

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    Singapore must back Fandi Ahmad despite AFF Cup elimination The Philippines prevailed 1-0 over Singapore in Group B courtesy of a late winner by Patrick Reichelt.As all fans in Singapore know, it is either famine or feast when it comes to the AFF Suzuki Cup. Prior to the start of the 2018 edition, the Lions had won four out of 11 titles and crashed out in the first round in six others. Now it is seven.After losing the final Group B game 3-0 to Thailand in Bangkok, Singapore finished third, two points behind the Philippines in that all-important second place. It marks a third successive group stage failure.But there are first-round exits and then there...

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  • Thailand, Sven-Goran Eriksson's Philippines qualify for AFF Cup semifinals

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    Thailand, Sven-Goran Eriksson's Philippines qualify for AFF Cup semifinals Singapore's Faritz Hameed shows his dejection as Thailand players celebrate in the background.Thailand beat Singapore 3-0 on Sunday to advance to next week's semifinals of the Asean Football Federation Championship along with Sven-Goran Eriksson's Philippines.Singapore needed to win against the defending champions to force their way into the top two in Group B of the regional championship yet their three-goal defeat means Thailand finish top of the standings while the Philippines take second after a 0-0 draw with Indonesia.Thailand will face Malaysia in their semifinal, which will be played...

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