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Michel Sablon must help fill Singapore void after S.League exodus

With a number of Singapore stars leaving the S League for the 2018 season, Jason Dasey and PJ Roberts discuss how the league will cope without some of the top players.

Almost every day, another Lion seems to leave Singapore.

Another seasoned pro swaps the S.League's age quotas for the greater flexibility of a foreign league. Another household name heads elsewhere.

As the exodus accelerates, the headline almost writes itself. Would the last Singapore international to leave the S.League, please turn out the lights?

But the mass migration of senior Lions was inevitable once the Football Association of Singapore unveiled its youth development plans.

The depressing...

 By Paul Murphy

Thailand keeper Kawin to sign with Nigel Pearson's Leuven in Belgium

John Wilkinson and Jason Dasey speak on Jay Bothroyd and Chanathip Songkrasin helping Consadole Sapporo avoid relegation.

Thailand and Muang Thong United goalkeeper Kawin Thamsatchanan is set to team up with former Leicester City boss Nigel Pearson by heading to OH Leuven in Belgium.

Reports in the Thai media suggest that Kawin is on his way to Leuven, where Pearson is manager of the First Division B team, who play in the second tier of Belgian football.

The club are owned by the King Power International Group, the same Thai company that controls 2015-16 English champions, Leicester. And they seem determined to establish...

World Cup Group G: Belgium, Panama, Tunisia, England

ESPN FC's Stewart Robson reckons Group G is easy for England.

Of the groups with two European sides, this one is only upstaged by Group B with Portugal and Spain.

England know better than to underestimate anyone after the goalless draws with Algeria in 2010 and Costa Rica in 2014.

Tunisia will be hungry upon qualifying for the first time since 2006, while Panama are already national heroes and won't be playing under any pressure.

Predicted finish

1. Belgium -- Roberto Martinez the manager was made in England and he will no doubt show the Three Lions great...

Belgium goals should boost Lukaku's confidence upon Man United return

Roberto Martinez defended Romelu Lukaku's recent form and insisted that he's proud of the progress he's made in recent seasons.

Romelu Lukaku became Belgium's all-time top scorer during the international break after his header saw his country beat Japan, following two goals against Mexico days earlier. FIFA may have contested the record, given one of the games he scored was wiped from the history books, yet Belgium have hailed him as their top goal scorer.

You can only imagine how many goals he will go on to score for the Red Devils before he hangs up his boots, given that he's only 24 now. To hold a title at such an early...

 By Tom Marshall

Lozano and Lukaku exchange braces as Mexico draw with Belgium in Brussels

Roberto Martinez defended Romelu Lukaku's recent form and insisted that he's proud of the progress he's made in recent seasons.

BRUSSELS -- Three quick thoughts from Mexico's 3-3 friendly draw against Belgium on Friday night.

1. Lozano shines in goalfest

If the World Cup next summer produces many games with as much attacking emphasis as this, we are in for a treat.

Belgium and Mexico only really had a forward gear, defending pretty much one on one at the back and entertaining the crowd at King Baudouin Stadium in their 3-3 draw. The result extended Belgium's undefeated run to 14 games.

A lot of the debate ahead...

 By Tom Marshall

Roberto Martinez Q&A: Belgium boss talks golden generation and World Cup

Roberto Martinez explains the role Belgium's domestic player development has had in producing some of Europe's stars.

BRUSSELS -- It's historically very difficult to break into the elite group of World Cup winners. France did it for the first time in 1998, and then Spain were the last to do so in 2010.

Looking ahead to next summer's World Cup in Russia, heading the field of possible first-time World Cup winners is Belgium, a country with a population of just 11 million.

At the helm and guiding the Belgian effort is Spaniard Roberto Martinez, who steered the star-studded team through World Cup qualifying with ease,...