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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Singapore, Malaysia drop sharply in FIFA rankings after winless 2017

Singapore will hope to finish strong in the Asian Cup qualifiers following quite a disappointing 2017 campaign.

After a winless 2017, Singapore and Malaysia fell a combined 15 spots in the latest FIFA rankings, to sit below Asian minnows like Laos and Chinese Taipei.

Singapore tumbled 11 places to 173rd, while Malaysia are just above them in 170th after sliding four rungs.

Both teams are in danger of failing to advance to the 2019 AFC Asian Cup after defeat-riddled qualifying campaigns so far.

Singapore have garnered only two points from four matches in Group E, while Malaysia are on one point after two...

 By Kenneth Tan

Stipe Plazibat 'to leave Home United on a high' - coach Aidil Sharin

Jason Dasey and John Wilkinson mull over the implications should the S.League take a one-year break in 2018.

Home United coach Aidil Sharin has challenged Stipe Plazibat to go out on a high, with Thailand giants Bangkok Glass expected to sign the talented striker for the 2018 season.

The Croatian has netted an incredible 33 goals in all competitions for Home United in 2017. With 21 league goals, he also leads the Golden Boot race from Tsubasa Sano, who has scored 18 times for leaders Albirex Niigata (S).

Plazibat grabbed the second goal as Home United defeated his former club Hougang United 2-0 on Sunday...

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S.League 'deep freeze' makes no sense says ex-Tampines boss Krishna

Jason Dasey and John Wilkinson mull over the implications should the S.League take a one-year break in 2018.

Bringing a temporary end to the S.League would be disastrous for Singapore football, according to former Tampines Rovers chairman Krishna Ramachandra.

Krishna, who left the Stags in August, was the man who brought ex-Liverpool winger Jermaine Pennant to the S.League in 2016, and made former Reds' manager Gerard Houllier the club's ambassador.

The S.League is set to see its S$16 million annual funding from the Tote Board cut in half for 2018. But Krishna says pausing Singapore's only professional...

 By Kenneth Tan

Sundram refuses to blast sloppy Singapore after Asian Cup defeat

Jason Dasey and John Wilkinson mull over the implications should the S.League take a one-year break in 2018.

A defiant V. Sundramoorthy refused to criticise his side, despite Singapore falling to a costly 2-1 defeat against Turkmenistan away in Ashgabat.

The Lions did well to level matters through Irfan Fandi on 27 minutes after debutant Vahyt Orazsahedov opened the scoring for the hosts on Tuesday night.

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It looked as if they'd done enough to take a crucial point home before Orazsahedov fired home his second of the night three minutes into injury time to break their hearts.

The result dented their hopes...