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 By John Duerden

Cardiff City keeper Neil Etheridge can inspire next generation of SEA footballers

Cardiff City's Neil Etheridge celebrates after a Championship win against Bolton.
Neil Etheridge could be a starting goalkeeper in the Premier League next season if Cardiff earn promotion.

Neil Etheridge has played in front of 90,000 roaring fans in Jakarta, but the Philippines No. 1 has an even bigger game on Sunday.

Cardiff City are 90 minutes away from the English Premier League, with three points at home against Reading enough to guarantee a return to the top flight they departed in 2014. And there will be plenty of fans in the Philippines hoping that the Bluebirds can do it.

"There is a lot of excitement," Chris Greatwich, Etheridge's former national teammate and head coach of...

 By John Duerden

Philippines rally to make history and qualify for first-ever Asian Cup

The Philippines, needing a point against Tajikistan to qualify for the Asian Cup, came back to win 2-1 in Manila.

The Rizal Memorial Stadium in Manila is closer to downtown than most Asian stadiums. It is also small and almost falling apart, but it has a sense of history and it certainly witnessed something historic on Tuesday as the Philippines qualified for a first-ever Asian Cup, to be held in 2019.

It was as tense and as tight as the legendary traffic jams in the country's capital, but eventually the national team came from behind to defeat Tajikistan 2-1 and top Group F. It means that next January,...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Philippines, Yemen both qualify for Asian Cup for first time

Philippines beat Tajikistan to advance to the Asian Cup.

Philippines, North Korea and Yemen earned the final three qualification places for next year's Asian Cup on Tuesday.

Philippines beat Tajikistan 2-1 in Manila to secure their spot, a result that also meant Yemen qualified before they even took the pitch against Nepal.

Needing a draw to qualify, Philippines -- managed by former United States international Thomas Dooley -- fell behind in the 64th minute as Ahktam Nazarov converted a penalty.

But Kevin Ingreso equalised with a header 10 minutes later,...

Cardiff's Etheridge close to becoming Premier League's first southeast Asian player

KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia -- Philippines goalkeeper Neil Etheridge has been in touching distance of the English Premier League before, without ever getting on the pitch.

After so much frustration and repeated setbacks, the wait to become the first southeast Asian to play in the league could soon be ending for Etheridge with Cardiff.

The south Wales team is second in the second-tier League Championship and is on course to gain promotion to the world's richest and most popular league.

"There are big...

 By AAP

Brisbane Roar apologise to fans for 'disappointing and unacceptable' game

The Brisbane Roar have issued a public apology to their fans and kit supplier following the embattled A-League club's horror AFC Champions League loss on Tuesday night.

The Roar were upset 3-2 by unfancied Filipino outfit Ceres-Negros, who are just two weeks into preseason training.

But the real embarrassment came when Eric Bautheac was stranded on the sideline for more than five minutes without a shirt to wear after the No. 22 fell off his jersey.

It left Brisbane with just 10 men on the park in...