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Tampines' Rovers AFC Cup hopes hit by Singapore youth-first policy

Jason Dasey speaks with Tampines Rovers general manager Desmund Khusnin to discuss the 2018 AFC Cup draw.

The 2018 AFC Cup hopes of Tampines Rovers have been thrown into jeopardy by the controversial Singapore plan to limit the number of players over the age of 30.

Football Association of Singapore (FAS) will introduce a youth-flavoured policy as part of sweeping changes next year that will mean a minimum of six under-23 players per S.League squad, and a limit on the number of older players.

Depending on squad size, S.League clubs will be able to sign between only two and four over 30s for next season.


 By John Duerden

Pahang want to make AFC Cup on merit not by default - Dollah Salleh

Nelo Vingada is out as the Malaysian national team manager after losing six of his last seven matches.

Ex-Malaysia national coach Dollah Salleh wants Pahang to qualify for the AFC Cup off their own backs and not as a handout.

Last month, Pahang were given a chance to enter the competition after FA Cup winners Kedah failed to secure the necessary AFC club licence.

As Malaysia Super League runners-up Pahang were next in line, but Dollah's Pahang refused to accept the spot, insisting that they preferred to focus on domestic commitments.

The club could face sanctions from Football Association of Malaysia...


Sydney FC, Victory get tough draws in AFC Champions League

Melbourne Victory team manager Paul Trimboli talks about the 2018 AFC Champions League draw.
Jason Dasey speaks with Sydney FC media manager David Wariner to recap the 2018 AFC Champions League draw.

MELBOURNE -- Sydney FC could see the return of Socceroos defender Matt Jurman in the AFC Champions League but for fellow A-League participants Melbourne Victory it's about who they've avoided in the draw for next year's competition.

Victory were kept apart from Korean nemesis Jeonbuk Motors in Wednesday night's draw in Kuala Lumpur but face a tough test to reach the knockout stage all the same.

Kevin Muscat's side were pitted against J-League winners Kawasaki Frontale and Korean powerhouse Ulsan...