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 By Kenneth Tan

Faris Ramli beaten to top award by Nagasaki at FAS Nite 2017

Jason Dasey and John Wilkinson discuss the new rule that will make S.League sides more youthful and examine the future of the national team.

Home United's Faris Ramli was pipped to S.League Player of the Year (POTY) by Kento Nagasaki, of Albirex Niigata (S), at the inaugural Football Association of Singapore (FAS) Nite 2017.

Despite enjoying an outstanding individual season, which garnered 21 goals and as many assists in all competitions, Faris finished second behind Nagasaki, who helped Albirex complete their second consecutive quadruple of trophies.

Home teammate Stipe Plazibat, who finished second-top scorer in the S.League with 25...

 By Kenneth Tan

Sundram refuses to blast sloppy Singapore after Asian Cup defeat

A defiant V. Sundramoorthy refused to criticise his side, despite Singapore falling to a costly 2-1 defeat against Turkmenistan away in Ashgabat.

The Lions did well to level matters through Irfan Fandi on 27 minutes after debutant Vahyt Orazsahedov opened the scoring for the hosts on Tuesday night.

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It looked as if they'd done enough to take a crucial point home before Orazsahedov fired home his second of the night three minutes into injury time to break their hearts.

The result dented their hopes...

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Singapore concede 93rd min goal in Asian Cup loss in Turkmenistan

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A first international goal from Irfan Fandi was not enough for Singapore at Kopetdag Stadium in Ashgabat on Tuesday night as they fell to a late 2-1 defeat to Turkmenistan.

The Lions seemed on course for a heroic away draw before suffering a 93rd-minute sucker punch when the home side scored their winning goal.

Earlier, the eldest son of Singapore legendary forward Fandi Ahmad equalised for Singapore on 27 minutes to cancel Vahyt Orazsahedov's 18th-minute opener.

Continuing in the 3-4-3 formation...

 By Kenneth Tan

Hariss, Shahdan 'familiar' Singapore duo for Sundram in Asian Cup QF

Midfielder Shahdan Sulaiman is eyeing a strong end to 2017 by earning half a century of international caps when Singapore take on Turkmenistan away in Tuesday night's crucial 2019 AFC Asian Cup qualifier.

Only eight of the 24-man squad have more caps to their names -- Hassan Sunny, Daniel Bennett, Mustafic Fahrudin, Hariss Harun, Shahril Ishak, Safuwan Baharudin, Fazrul Nawaz and Khairul Amri.

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The 29-year-old has not had the best of times since fracturing his fibula and dislocating his ankle in...

 By Kenneth Tan

Singapore 'to do damage' in Asian Cup qualifier vs. Turkmenistan - Sundram

Singapore haven't won a game in almost a year, but coach V. Sundramoorthy believes his side can defeat Turkmenistan away in Ashgabat in Tuesday's night crucial Asian Cup qualifier.

Bottom of Group E with just two points from three games, the Lions desperately need a result to keep their qualification hopes alive. Bahrain (seven points) and Turkmenistan (four points) occupy the two qualifying spots.

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The last time Singapore tasted victory was Nov. 2016, and they've won only two of 18 official matches...