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'Revenge in the heads' of Home United after Singapore's loss to the Philippines

KUALA LUMPUR -- Just days after the Philippines dented Singapore's 2018 AFF Suzuki Cup chances with a 1-0 win, clubs from the two countries found themselves drawn together for the 2019 AFC Cup.

Should Home United of Singapore fail to progress through the qualification stage of the 2019 AFC Champions League, the S.League team will take on Kaya F.C. Iloilo of the Philippines in Group H of Asia's second-tier club competition.

"If we are going to play a team from the Philippines again then maybe there...

 By Paul Murphy

Former S.League Golden Boot Rafael Ramazotti joins PKNS

Two-time S.League Golden Boot winner Rafael Ramazotti has agreed a deal to join PKNS for the 2018 Malaysia Super League (MSL) season.

Ramazotti moves from Brunei's DPMM, where he was instrumental to the club's 2015 S.League triumph under former Blackburn Rovers boss Steve Kean.

The Brazilian earned his first Golden Boot that year, when he struck 21 league goals and netted 20 times the following year to retain the award.

PKNS are keen to have a better season under former Malaysia head coach K. Rajagobal...

Michel Sablon must help fill Singapore void after S.League exodus

Almost every day, another Lion seems to leave Singapore.

Another seasoned pro swaps the S.League's age quotas for the greater flexibility of a foreign league. Another household name heads elsewhere.

As the exodus accelerates, the headline almost writes itself. Would the last Singapore international to leave the S.League, please turn out the lights?

But the mass migration of senior Lions was inevitable once the Football Association of Singapore unveiled its youth development plans.

The depressing...

 By Kenneth Tan

Tampines Rovers into AFC Cup after losing ACL playoff vs. Bali United

Jason Dasey and Dez Corkhill discuss Tampines Rovers FC's trip to Bali United on January 16th for their AFC Champions League playoff.

Tampines Rovers suffered heartbreak once again in the AFC Champions League (ACL) preliminary round as they slipped to a 3-1 defeat away to Indonesia's Bali United on Tuesday night.

Fadil Sausu's spectacular opener gave the hosts the lead, but Shannon Stephen levelled the score for the Stags against the run of play late in the first half.

However, Bali won with second-half goals from Ilija Spasojevic and substitute Hanis Saghara Putra, as Tampines suffered their fourth defeat at this stage of the...

 By Kenneth Tan

Amri to use Indonesia experience to guide Tampines in ACL playoff

Jason Dasey and Dez Corkhill discuss Tampines Rovers FC's trip to Bali United on January 16th for their AFC Champions League playoff.

Tampines Rovers striker Khairul Amri is looking forward to a return to Indonesia as he aims to help the Stags overcome Bali United in the 2018 AFC Champions League (ACL) Preliminary Round on Tuesday.

One of a number of Singaporeans who moved to Indonesia eight years ago, Amri was a fans' favourite at Persiba Balikpapan and scored nine goals for the club in the 2010-11 season before being released due to injury.

The 32-year-old, who also scored nine goals in 2017, has kept in touch with football...