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Cristiano Ronaldo nominated for Portuguese Player of the Year award

Steve Nicol explains why Real Madrid's defence remains a cause for concern despite the club's victory at Real Betis.
Zinedine Zidane lauded his two wide-men, Marco Asensio and Lucas Vazquez, after Real Madrid came out on top in a eight-goal thriller against Real Betis.

Cristiano Ronaldo has been nominated for the Portugal FA's Player of the Year award for 2017 along with his national teammates Bernardo Silva of Manchester City and Sporting Lisbon goalkeeper Rui Patricio.

Ronaldo, 33, had a tremendous year in which Real Madrid won five trophies -- including the Champions League and La Liga double -- and he won a fifth Ballon d'Or as well as FIFA Best Player and UEFA player of the year.

Portugal's Quinas de Ouro (Golden Shields) awards are in their third year and...

 By Mark Lovell

Renato Sanches 'far more damaged than I thought' - Paul Clement

Swansea continued their recent resurgence holding Leicester thanks to a Federico Fernandez second-half equaliser.

Former Bayern Munich assistant Paul Clement feels sorry for Renato Sanches, whom he signed on a season-long loan at Swansea City, saying the player has "the weight of the world on his shoulders."

Clement had hailed Sanches as "one of Europe's elite young talents" when welcoming him to his squad last summer after Swansea agreed to pay Bayern a loan fee of €8.5 million without securing any option to buy the Portugal international at end of his spell in Wales.

But things turned sour for both Sanches...

 By Paul Murphy

JDT stars Dominic Tan, Syamer Kutty to go to Portugal

Jason Dasey speaks with Tampines Rovers general manager Desmund Khusnin to discuss the 2018 AFC Cup draw.

Two of Malaysia's under-23 squad are set for a year in Portugal as their club Johor Darul Ta'zim (JDT) look to support their development.

Centre-back Dominic Tan and midfielder Syamer Kutty Abba are ready for a one-year loan deal at Portuguese third-tier side Vilaverdense FC.

20-year-old Tan started all four games in Malaysia's run to the quarterfinals at the AFC U23 Championship in China this month, while Syamer -- also 20 -- came off the bench in three of their matches.

Now, both have the opportunity...