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 By Kelvin Leong

Will Team LKT or Game Changers take Singapore football to the next level?

Jason Dasey and PJ Roberts preview the latest ahead of week 4 in the Singapore S. League.
FC's Jason Dasey and PJ Roberts discuss the future of the S.League after CEO, Lim Chin, announced he will step down in March.
Lim Kia Tong
Lim Kia Tong is vying to become the next president of the Football Association of Singapore.

April 29 will be a landmark date in Singapore sports history as the Republic ushers in a new era with the first-ever elections to choose the next Football Association of Singapore (FAS) president and council members.

With a deputy president, four vice-presidents and three council members, the winning team will be tasked to resuscitate the nation's favourite sport after a dismal few years under the helm of departing president Zainudin Nordin.

Also in the running will be 16 Singaporeans who are aiming...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Singapore point in Bahrain qualifier is big boost for Asian Cup - Sundram

Jason Dasey and PJ Roberts preview the latest ahead of week 4 in the Singapore S. League.
Singapore coach Varadaraju Sundramoorthy reveals his hopes for the team in 2017 and beyond.

Singapore coach V. Sundramoorthy
Coach V. Sundramoorthy says Singapore can build on their brave point in Bahrain.

"A big point for a small team" was coach V. Sundramoorthy's description of Singapore's courageous 0-0 draw in Riffa that ended a streak of seven straight defeats to former Asian Cup semifinalists Bahrain.

The Singapore squad returned home on Wednesday, satisfied in the knowledge that the positive result in the Middle East gets their Group E campaign off to a good start as they look to qualify for the 2019 AFC Asian Cup in United Arab Emirates.

The Lions overcame a lack of possession, and injuries...

 By Nicolas Anil

Azkals thrash Nepal in Asian Cup qualifier, India win late in Myanmar

Jason Dasey and PJ Roberts break down the best of the 2019 Asian Cup qualifying, highlighted by India's win over Myanmar.

Phil Younghusband netted a two minute first-half brace to propel Philippines to a 4-1 victory over 10-man Nepal in Group F of AFC Asian Cup qualifiers at the Rizal Memorial Stadium on Tuesday.

Australian-born Iain Ramsay and Javier Patino also got on the scoresheet to secure the Azkals a comfortable victory, which gives them a temporary lead in the group also containing Tajikistan and Yemen.

Nepal's difficult task was made even harder when midfielder Bikram Lama was shown a straight red card...

 By Gabriel Tan

Singapore snap losing streak vs Bahrain in opening Asian Cup qualifier

Singapore coach V. Sundramoorthy
Coach V. Sundramoorthy was delighted by Singapore's resolve despite a heavy injury count in Bahrain.

Singapore got their 2019 AFC Asian Cup qualification third round campaign off to a positive start on Tuesday night by holding Bahrain to a 0-0 draw at the Bahrain National Stadium in Riffa.

Despite entering the game as underdogs, and having to deal with injuries over the course of the 90 minutes, the Lions held their own against the hosts to claim what could prove to be an important point in their quest to qualify for the Asian Cup.

After the opening qualifiers in the third round, Singapore...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Singapore aim to win physical battle vs. Bahrain in Asian Cup qualifier

ESPN FC's Jason Dasey and Stanley Bernard looks ahead to Singapore's Asian Cup qualifier against Bahrain in Group E.

Singapore will need to win the physical battle if they are to avoid a losing start to their AFC Asian Cup campaign, and end their poor run against Bahrain on Tuesday night.

In the first of their third-round matches, V. Sundramoorthy's side travel to Riffa to face opponents who are 36 spots above them in the FIFA rankings.

Both Sundramoorthy and captain Hariss Harun agree that they can't be intimidated by the big and uncompromising West Asian side.

"We will go into the match as underdogs, but we'll...