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West Bromwich Albion
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AFC Bournemouth
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Brighton & Hove Albion
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Real Madrid
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FC Cologne
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Hellas Verona
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Paris Saint-Germain
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Hamilton Academical
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Independiente
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 By Paul Murphy

Singapore midfielder Hariss Harun to benefit from MSL rule at JDT

ESPN FC's Jason Dasey and Dez Corkhill discuss Kelantan's great escape from relegation and prospects for the 2018 season.

The Malaysian Super League (MSL) is following Thailand's lead by introducing a squad place for an ASEAN player, in addition to three foreigners and one Asian.

After the Football Malaysia LLP (FMLLP) endorsed the change in policy on Sunday, the new rule will come into effect from the 2018 season, and will be in place for at least five years.

The previous statute allowed for four foreign players and one from Asia, so the new ruling is very much designed to encourage Malaysian teams to import the...

 By Kenneth Tan

Hariss Harun wants Singapore to show 'fire and desire' vs. Bahrain

Tampines Rovers and Singapore winger Hafiz Sujad looks ahead to The Lions' Asian Cup qualifier against Bahrain.

Vice-captain Hariss Harun has urged Singapore not to hold back as they host Bahrain in the must-win 2019 Asian Cup qualifier at the National Stadium on Tuesday night.

Bottom of Group E with two points from four games, the Lions face a mammoth task to qualify for the tournament in the United Arab Emirates. They need to win their final two games and hope for other results to go their way.

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BahrainBahrain
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Coming off a 1-0 friendly loss to Lebanon last Thursday, which extended their winless run to 12 matches since...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Lebanon 'stronger' than Bahrain - Singapore boss Sundramoorthy

Tampines Rovers and Singapore winger Hafiz Sujad looks ahead to The Lions' Asian Cup qualifier against Bahrain.

Head coach V. Sundramoorthy insists that Singapore have a strong chance of beating group leaders Bahrain in Tuesday's 2019 AFC Asian Cup qualifier, having pushed "stronger" Lebanon all the way in last week's friendly.

An early Lebanese goal was enough to see off the Lions in Thursday's match at the National Stadium.

But, despite the fact that Singapore have now gone 12 games without a win, Sundram saw plenty of signs of encouragement and believes that his side can get the better of Bahrain, having...

 By Kenneth Tan

Singapore narrowly defeated by Lebanon in Bahrain ACQ warm-up

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Singapore continued their winless run in 2017 after a narrow 1-0 loss to Lebanon in a friendly at the National Stadium on Thursday night.

An early goal by Lebanon stand-in captain Ali Hamam was enough to separate the two sides in front of a sparse home crowd.

The defeat meant V Sundramoorthy's men have failed to win their last 12 matches since beating Cambodia in November 2016.

The game was meant as a tune-up for the Lions to their do-or-die 2019 Asian Cup qualifier against Bahrain at the same venue...

 By Kenneth Tan

Hafiz Sujad eyes Singapore internationals, wants to score more

Tampines Rovers and Singapore winger Hafiz Sujad looks ahead to The Lions' Asian Cup qualifier against Bahrain.

A rejuvenated Hafiz Sujad is raring to go as Singapore gear up for next Tuesday's crucial 2019 AFC Asian Cup qualifier with a friendly against Lebanon on Thursday night.

It has been a whirlwind 2017 for the talented 27-year-old from Tampines Rovers.

He started the year with an eye-catching move to Thai League Two side Big Bang Chula United (BBCU), and played around 10 games. But then the club abruptly withdrew from domestic competitions in late April, without any official reason given.

As a free...