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Singapore's Olympic qualification hopes in tatters after losing to China

Singapore crashed to a 5-0 defeat against China in their second match of the AFC U23 Championship in Laos on Sunday. Photo credit: Football Association of Singapore.

Singapore's chances of advancing to next year's Asian qualifying tournament for the Rio Olympic Games look bleak after suffering a 5-0 defeat to China in their second match of AFC U23 Championship qualification in Laos on Sunday.

This follows a 0-0 draw with the host nation on Friday. Their third and final game will be against Mongolia on Tuesday.

Ten group winners and the five best second-placed teams will join hosts Qatar at in the 16-team AFC U23 Championship 2016 in January.

Richard Bok's Singapore...

 By Kelvin Leong

Thailand: Jakkapan waits for Suzuki Cup hero Chappuis' return

Jakkapan's club form earned him a recall to the Thai national team and he starred in their 2-0 win over Singapore. Photo credit: Football Association of SIngapore

Suphanburi FC winger Jakkapan Pornsai was back at his best for Thailand against Singapore in last week's friendly and says he is eager to see teammate Charyl Chappuis back as soon as possible.

The 27-year-old winger earned a recall to the Thai national team, playing an integral role in the War Elephants' 2-0 victory over the Singaporeans last Thursday in Korat.

Having dazzled for Suphanburi in the Thai Premier League (TPL) this season, Jakkapan was pleased with his first game under Kiatisuk Senamuang...

FAS president Nordin: Young Singapore team did well in Thailand

ESPN FC's Jason Dasey and John Wilkinson bring you the latest from the international friendlies in Southeast Asia.

Football Association of Singapore (FAS) president Zainudin Nordin has praised the fighting spirit of the young Singapore team, despite losing 2-0 in Thailand on Thursday, and has tipped them to bounce back in Tuesday's home friendly against Guam.

"Our team played their hearts out," Nordin told The New Paper at the Singapore football community's memorial event for the country's founder Prime Minister, Lee Kuan Yew. "Unfortunately, things did not turn out as we wanted it to be. Towards the close,...

Hariss and Stange see positives in Singapore defeat in Thailand friendly

Singapore centre-back Zulfahmi Arifin impressed his captain Hariss Harun and coach Bernd Stange in Thursday's friendly defeat in Thailand. Photo credit: Football Association of Singapore.

KORAT: Singapore captain Hariss Harun remains positive despite his team's 2-0 loss in Thailand courtesy of late goals from Suttinun Phukhom and Pokklaw A-Nan in an international friendly played here on Thursday night.

This was the first meeting between the two Southeast Asian giants since their Suzuki Cup Group B clash in November on Singapore soil when the War Elephants came away with a 2-1 victory to kick start their title winning run.

Hariss, who had a good Suzuki Cup tournament despite Singapore's...