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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Irfan Fandi set for full Singapore debut against Malaysia or Hong Kong

ESPN FC's Jason Dasey and John Wilkinson discuss Fazrul Nawaz's injury prior to the AFF Suzuki Cup, and how the national team will cope without him.
ESPN FC's Jason Dasey talks with Singapore striker Fazrul Nawaz on his second major ACL injury and his goals after his recovery.
Singapore striker Irfan Fandi
Irfan Fandi has scored four goals in seven matches for Singapore's U23 side.

Singapore rising star Irfan Fandi is set to make his senior debut in upcoming warm up matches for November's AFF Suzuki Cup.

The 19-year-old son of Lions' legend Fandi Ahmad will be named in V. Sundramoorthy's squad for upcoming games against Malaysia (Oct. 7) and Hong Kong (Oct. 11), according to The Straits Times.

Irfan, who plays for Home United in the S.League, has made seven appearances for his nation's Under-23 side, including last year's ill-fated Southeast Asian (SEA) Games campaign in which...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Malaysia's Kim Swee defends Darren Lok selection ahead of Suzuki Cup

ESPN FC's Jason Dasey and PJ Roberts discuss the defensive mistakes that led to a heavy defeat for Malaysia in an AFF Cup warm-up.

Malaysia coach Datuk Ong Kim Swee has defended the controversial selection of England-born striker Darren Lok after only one game for Johor Darul Ta'zim II.

The former English non-league forward was drafted into the Malaysia squad at centralised training this week, ahead of next month's internationals against Singapore and Afghanistan.

The 26-year-old only made his Malaysia Premier League debut last Friday, coming on as a second-half substitute for JDT II against Kuala Lumpur.

But Ong believes the...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

FAS blasted for not spending enough on grassroots football leagues

Singapore
FAS spent a measly S$70,000 on the lower-tier leagues in the last financial work year, as compared to around S$16 million on the S.League.

Members of the Singapore football community have expressed outrage at the minimal amount of financial investment in grassroots' competitions over the last financial year.

According to figures just released, Football Association of Singapore (FAS) spent a net amount of around S$70,000 on the National Football League (NFL) and Island Wide League (IWL) between April 2015 and March 2016.

This was a little more than two percent of S$35.8 million, the total revenue and outlay of FAS during that period.

Darwin...

 By Paul Murphy

Hassan Sunny's Army United facing relegation in Thailand after loss

Singapore goalkeeper Hassan Sunny and Army United face a fight to preserve their PLT status.

Singapore national goalkeeper Hassan Sunny was on the losing side yet again as Army United slumped to another defeat against relegation rivals in the Premier League of Thailand (PLT).

Meanwhile, at the other end of the table, Bangkok United midfielder Dragan Boskovic continued his scoring touch as his double strike kept the pressure on leaders Muang Thong United.

Here are five things we saw on PLT Matchday 31:

1. Sunny side down?

Last week's Hassan Sunny's Army United blew a 2-0 lead before losing...

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Singapore's Khairul Amri says Suzuki Cup is 'driving force' despite club woes

ESPN FC's Jason Dasey and John Wilkinson discuss Fazrul Nawaz's injury prior to the AFF Suzuki Cup, and how the national team will cope without him.

Singapore striker Khairul Amri says the Suzuki Cup is his driving force, and he's focused on trying to win an unprecedented fourth AFF title this year, despite a troubled season with Garena Young Lions.

The 31-year-old is the senior player and captain of a Young Lions' team rooted to the bottom of the S.League table after only two wins in 21 matches in 2016.

Even so, Amri is determined to end an injury-interrupted year on a high by leading the line for Singapore, starting with November's group stage...