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 By John Duerden

Peter Odemwingie shines in Indonesia as Zokora and Carlton Cole flop

Peter Odemwingie of Madura United
Madura United's Peter Odemwingie has been the best big-name import in Indonesia this season.

The Indonesian Liga 1 season is one third of the way through, with Robert Alberts' PSM Makassar holding a one-point lead from Madura United, for whom Nigerian import Peter Odemwingie has been a revelation.

The official return of professional football in Southeast Asia's largest nation in 2017 after the year-long FIFA ban has brought many talking points.

At the top of the list is the form and fortunes of several high-profile imports whose performances have been less than consistent in the twilight...

 By Nicolas Anil

Andik Vermansyah credits Indonesia doctors for Selangor comeback in MSL

Jason Dasey and John Wilkinson look at new JDT coach Ulisses Morais' resume, and what he brings to the club.
Jason Dasey and John Wilkinson discuss Kelantan's point penalty and their October debt deadlines.
Andik Vermansyah of Indonesia
Andik, left, was injured while playing for Indonesia in last December's AFF Suzuki Cup.

The Hari Raya festivities this weekend will mean double delight for Indonesia winger Andik Vermansyah, who is also celebrating a successful comeback to Selangor in the Malaysia Super League (MSL) after a long-term absence.

Andik suffered a posterior cruciate ligament injury while playing for his nation in the AFF Suzuki final against Thailand last December, which would rule him out for almost five months.

The setback left Selangor with no choice but to drop him from their squad for the first half...

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Singapore AFF slayer Stefano Lilipaly targets more Indonesia success

Indonesia came back from a goal down to beat Thailand 2-1 in an action-packed AFF Suzuki Cup first-leg final.
FC's Jason Dasey and PJ Roberts look to Singapore's crucial AFC Asian Cup qualifier against Chinese Taipei as a must-win.
Jason Dasey and Stanley Bernard break down JDT's AFC Cup second leg against Ceres that saw them ousted by a controversial penalty.
Jason Dasey and Stanely Bernard discuss Thailand's future after winning their record fifth AFF Cup.
Indonesia's Stefano Lilipaly v Vietnam
Stefano Lilipaly, right, was one of Indonesia's stars at the 2016 Suzuki Cup.

He scored the goal that knocked Singapore out of last November's AFF Suzuki Cup as Indonesia went all the way to the final. Now Dutch-born Stefano Lilipaly is hoping to bring more success to Southeast Asia's most populous nation.

Lilipaly is coming off a fruitful season in the Netherlands with SC Cambuur. The second-tier side finished second on the table, made the semifinals of the Dutch Cup and beat UEFA Europa League finalists Ajax.

The 27-year-old scored eight goals and provided nine assists...

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Singapore, Malaysia rise in FIFA rankings with Philippines top in ASEAN

With matches against Myanmar, Argentina, and Chinese Taipei, Jason Dasey and Dez Corkhill analyse each matches' importance.

Malaysia remain two spots ahead of Singapore in the latest FIFA rankings after both nations rose three places over the past month.

The Malaysians are 155th on the list, with Singapore in 157th.

The latest figures come as both nations prepare for crucial matches in AFC Asian Cup qualifying this month.

Philippines are still Southeast Asia's top-ranked country, but AFF Suzuki Cup champions Thailand are now breathing down their necks.

The Azkals are in 125th, one position about the Thais, who are the...

 By Nicolas Anil

Andik Vermansyah 'pumped' for Selangor comeback vs. Pahang in MSL

Preview the latest Malaysia Super League fixtures including Selangor's match vs. Pahang and PKNS clash against JDT.
Jason Dasey and PJ Roberts assess Nelo Vingada's appointment as Malaysia coach and what he has to do to succeed.

Fan favourite Andik Vermansyah is set for a much-awaited return for Selangor after a lengthy injury layoff, and aims to score against Pahang in the Malaysia Super League (MSL) on Wednesday night.

The Indonesian flyer suffered a posterior cruciate ligament injury in the first-leg final of the 2016 AFF Suzuki Cup against Thailand last December. The setback left him sidelined for five months, giving Selangor little choice but to drop him for the first half of the MSL season.

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