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 By Nicolas Anil

Indonesia revive football love affair, prepare for AFF semi vs. Vietnam

ESPN FC's Jason Dasey and PJ Roberts look ahead to Indonesia's AFF Cup clash against 2008 champions, Vietnam.
After Malaysia and Singapore both crashed out of the AFF Cup, ESPN FC's Jason Dasey and PJ Roberts grade their performances.

Singapore and Malaysia may have missed out, but this weekend's AFF Suzuki Cup semifinals will still be full of intrigue and excitement.

The first legs see Indonesia host Vietnam on Saturday, with Myanmar at home to Thailand on Sunday.

The countries have all qualified under differing circumstances. But each of the quartet now have an equal chance at Southeast Asian bragging rights, while etching a compelling tale in their football histories.

Indonesia to revive love for national football

It is astonishing...

 By Paul Murphy

Singapore's Hassan Sunny released by Thailand club Army United FC

After Malaysia and Singapore both crashed out of the AFF Cup, ESPN FC's Jason Dasey and PJ Roberts grade their performances.
Singapore goalkeeper Hassan Sunny
After being released by Army United, Hassan Sunny has been linked to a possible move to Australia.

Singapore international goalkeeper Hassan Sunny has been released by Army United as the relegated Thai League club look to cut costs in preparation for life in second tier.

Hassan, who recently starred for his country at the AFF Suzuki Cup, had spent two years in Thailand's Premier League, establishing himself as one of the top keepers in the country after being signed by Army's former head coach Gary Stevens early in 2015.

Hassan quickly demonstrated why the former Spurs and England defender was...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Coach Sundram says Singapore played attacking football at AFF Suzuki Cup

After Malaysia and Singapore both crashed out of the AFF Cup, ESPN FC's Jason Dasey and PJ Roberts grade their performances.
ESPN FC's Jason Dasey and Stanley Bernard assess the issues that led to Singapore's last-place finish in the AFF Cup.

V. Sundramoorthy says that the statistics prove that he is not a defensive coach, despite Singapore's failure to make the semifinals of the AFF Suzuki Cup.

Indonesia will play Vietnam, and Myanmar face Thailand in this weekend's first legs in the last four.

Singapore exited at the group stage last Friday after falling to a 2-1 defeat to the Indonesians in Manila, with calls that the Lions were too conservative in their approach.

But Sundram insisted that his team played positive football in each...

 By Jason Dasey

Darby queries Singapore's defensive skills: 'The players are not Italians'

ESPN FC's Jason Dasey and Stanley Bernard assess the issues that led to Singapore's last-place finish in the AFF Cup.
Former Thailand assistant boss Steve Darby says Singapore were punished for individual errors.

It is dangerous to play defensively in Southeast Asia, and an overly cautious approach may have been behind Singapore's early exit from the 2016 AFF Suzuki Cup.

That's the opinion of Steve Darby, former double-winning coach with Home United in the S.League.

The ex-Thailand assistant boss added that individual errors contributed to Singapore's failure to make the semifinals of the biennial tournament. The four-time champions were eliminated after losing 2-1 to Indonesia in Manila last Friday.

"I...