2019 Schedule

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2019 Schedule
0-0-0, 2nd in AFC Asian Cup
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365dPaul Murphy

JDT ace Hariss to benefit from MSL rule

The Malaysia Super League will introduce a squad place for an ASEAN player in 2018, which helps Singapore midfielder Hariss Harun who returns to JDT.

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377dKenneth Tan

Singapore narrowly defeated by Lebanon

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.

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378dKenneth Tan

Hafiz Sujad: 'I want to score more goals'

Tampines Rovers winger Hafiz Sujad is raring to go for Singapore, and targeting more goals, in upcoming internationals against Lebanon and Bahrain.

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378dKenneth Tan

Shahril absent, Amri to lead Singapore line

Khairul Amri is expected to lead the Singapore attack in the absence of Shahril Ishak for the home friendly against Lebanon on Thursday night.

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379dKenneth Tan

Irfan Fandi chases overseas move for 2018

After an excellent season, Singapore rising star Irfan Fandi is planning to head overseas next February after he finishes his National Service.

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380dKenneth Tan

Shawal, Safirul back for Singapore games

Singapore coach V. Sundramoorthy has selected Geylang's Shawal Anuar and Safirul Sulaiman for Thursday's game vs. Lebanon, 'one of Asia's best teams'.

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397dESPN Staff

Lions to play Lebanon, Bahrain at Kallang

Singapore will face Lebanon in a friendly next month at the National Stadium as a warm up for the crunch AFC Asian Cup qualifier against Bahrain.

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506dMichael Church

'JDT need to win Malaysia Cup' - Ghaddar

"We need to win the league and the cup... you need to win it all," said JDT's new striker Mohammed Ghaddar on the eve of their Malaysia Cup campaign.

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523dESPN Staff

Carlos Queiroz backs Vingada for Malaysia

Iran coach Carlos Queiroz has given his vote of confidence to his former assistant Nelo Vingada, despite Malaysia's new coach making a losing start.

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524dESPN Staff

Malaysia 'lesson' in Asian Cup loss - Safiq

Malaysia captain Safiq Rahim says Tuesday's Asian Cup qualifying defeat to Lebanon was "a lesson", and admits that his side will need to improve.

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525dESPN Staff

'I felt awkward' - Malaysia's Amri Yahyah

Amri Yahyah admits he felt "awkward" playing out of position at left-back in Malaysia's 2-1 home defeat to Lebanon in Asian Cup qualifying on Tuesday.

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525dNicolas Anil

ACQ: Malaysia blow lead to lose to Lebanon

A new-look Malaysia conceded an added-time goal from Lebanon's Rabih Ataya to succumb to a 2-1 defeat in 2019 AFC Asian Cup qualifying on Tuesday.

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527dNicolas Anil

Safiq: Malaysia to be positive vs. Lebanon

Safiq Rahim says the only way that Malaysia can change their fortunes is a strong performance vs. Lebanon in Tuesday's Asian Cup qualifier in Johor.

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528dESPN Staff

ACQ: Lebanon 'won't take Malaysia lightly'

Lebanon coach Miodrag Radulovic says his team won't take lower-ranked Malaysia lightly in Tuesday's AFC Asian Cup qualifier in Johor Bahru.

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532dESPN Staff

Vingada 'needs two years' to lift Malaysia

Nelo Vingada will need two years to transform the Malaysia national team, says his new employers, and can't be expected to produce instant results.

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533dNicolas Anil

Ghaddar void helps Malaysia - Chanturu

Midfielder S. Chanturu believes Malaysia are primed for victory in their Asian Cup qualifier after Lebanon dropped JDT striker Mohammed Ghaddar.

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536dESPN Staff

Amri Yahyah praises Malaysia coach Nelo

36-year-old Amri Yahyah is determined to force his way into the starting lineup for Malaysia's opening AFC Asian Cup qualifier vs. Lebanon on June 13.