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Can Scott Cooper and Dan Palami guide the Philippines to AFF Suzuki Cup success?

The Philippines have a first-ever Asian Cup to look forward to in January but, as important as the continental tournament is, it will have to wait. The AFF Suzuki Cup is the priority. Fans of the Azkals long for a first piece of silverware, and that prospect is far more realistic in November and December when Southeast Asia comes together for its biennial competition.

For Thailand, a team that has come to dominate the region with two successive AFF triumphs, it is completely correct to see the...

Expectations low for Fandi Ahmad's Singapore ahead of AFF Suzuki Cup

Singapore's record at the AFF Suzuki Cup is black and white. In 10 out of the 11 editions of Southeast Asia's biennial tournament, the Lions have either won (four times) or fallen at the first hurdle (six).

As we head into the 2018 edition, it is safe to say that six becoming seven is much likelier than four becoming five, but that does not mean progress can't be made.

Just ensuring that the tournament extends past November into December would be a positive for Singapore. At the moment, a team...

Malaysia embracing AFF Cup as a chance to cement turnaround

Malaysian fans are usually a fairly pessimistic bunch, and not without reason when it comes to the national team.

Recent years have been disappointing, with coaches coming and going while the team slipped down FIFA rankings. There have been some rays of light of late, however, and if a young Malaysian team can give a decent showing at November's AFF Suzuki Cup, that could really get the fans believing that a corner has been turned.

But first, rewind to the end of 2017 -- with memories of a 2015...

Ong Kim Swee's AFC U23 heroes prove Malaysia doubters wrong

Gaining glory for Vietnam wasn't easy for Le Cong Vinh, who's passion for football has been in his soul since a young age.

Ong Kim Swee hasn't had an easy ride over the last 18 months. Derided and discarded, he could afford himself a quiet smile after arriving home to plaudits and applause in Kuala Lumpur.

The irony won't be lost on the man deemed unworthy of Malaysia's senior national team by one of his fiercest critics in Tunku Ismail Sultan Ibrahim (TMJ), the Football Association of Malaysia (FAM) president. Having been demoted by TMJ in March last year, Ong has steered the under-23 team to one of the finest results...

Azkals must qualify for Asian Cup, keep Thomas Dooley in 2018

Gaining glory for Vietnam wasn't easy for Le Cong Vinh, who's passion for football has been in his soul since a young age.

Since the turn of the decade, the Philippines have made an ever-growing impact on the game at regional level, with the country's clubs carving a name for themselves for the first time in 2017 in the AFC Cup.

As the country's profile continues to grow, here are five Philippines football wishes for 2018.

1. Qualify for the Asian Cup

The Azkals stand on the verge of qualifying for their first-ever Asian Cup finals, four years after narrowly missing out on a place in 2015.

A surprise defeat in the final...