• FAS: Singapore had enough support

    The Football Association of Singapore (FAS) believes that the Singapore Under-23 team had enough support to win a medal at the Southeast Asian (SEA) Games last month.

  • AFC fully behind new FIFA president

    The Asian Football Confederation (AFC) would give its full backing to a reformed FIFA and a new president who would bring stability and credibility back to the football world governing body.

  • Boateng off to Al Ittihad

    Former Schalke midfielder Kevin-Prince Boateng is reportedly set to sign a lucrative deal in the Middle East with Saudi club Al Ittihad.

  • Al Ain crash to Hull City

    Ahmed Elmohamady scored twice as Championship side Hull City completed a 4-0 rout of Al Ain at the Worgl Stadium in Innsbruck on Wednesday.

  • Sterling lauds Vietnam's performance

    Manchester City striker Raheem Sterling lavished praise on Vietnam for managing to score a goal in the dying seconds of their 8-1 rout in Hanoi on Monday.

  • Dollah: Naturalised players the answer

    Malaysia coach Dollah Salleh believes that naturalised players could provide a temporary solution to the country's woes on the international stage.

  • Miura: We will do our best

    Vietnam coach Toshyia Miura has acknowledged that his side will be up against it when they face Manchester City in a friendly match in Hanoi on Monday, but has urged them to play as well as they can.

  • Full strength City to face Vietnam

    Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini has said that he will field his strongest possible team in Monday's pre-season clash with Vietnam.

  • Dollah lauds side after Liverpool draw

    Malaysia coach Dollah Salleh has lavished praise on the country's Select XI after they held Liverpool to a shock 1-1 draw in a pre-season friendly on Friday.

  • Dollah to make do with weakened squad

    Malaysia's national coach Dollah Salleh has admitted that the country's Select XI will be in for an "uphill battle" when they face Liverpool on Friday.

  • Scolari: It was a wonderful game

    Guangzhou Evergrande coach Luiz Felipe Scolari believes that the fans in attendance at the Tianhe Stadium couldn't have asked for a better match after his side stunned Bayern Munich 5-4 in a penalty shoot-out.

  • Reports: Stoke interested in Nagatomo

    Stoke City have reportedly joined West Bromwich Albion in the race to sign Inter Milan defender Yuto Nagatomo.

  • Guangzhou beat Bayern on penalties

    China's Guangzhou Evergrande beat German Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich 5-4 in a penalty shoot-out after being tied 0-0, in an international friendly played at Tianhe Stadium on Thursday.

  • Zhang to make Chinese history

    Chinese international Zhang Chengdong will in all likelihood become the first player from the country to feature in Spain's La Liga after the forward sealed a loan move to Rayo Vallecano from Beijing Guoan.

  • Robinho set for Guangzhou debut

    Brazilian forward Robinho is in line to make his Guangzhou Evergrande debut against Bayern Munich on Thursday.

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