Singapore midfielder Hariss Harun has been named in the Best XI for 2016 at the ASEAN Football Federation (AFF) Awards ceremony. The Johor Darul Ta'zim (JDT) star -- on-loan at Singapore's Home United -- joined the likes of Thailand's Chanathip Songkrasin and Teerasil Dangda, along with Malaysia's Ronny Harun and Indonesia's Boaz Salossa, in a lineup that represents the best of Southeast Asian talent.
Singapore football's technical director Michael Sablon insists that four or five years are needed for Singapore's youth teams to show improvements after dismal recent results at U15, U18 and U22 levels. The U22 side failed to make the last four of the Southeast Asia (SEA) Games in Kuala Lumpur last month, losing to both Myanmar and Malaysia.
Four-time Malaysian league champions Johor Darul Ta'zim (JDT) received a boost in their quest to win the 2017 Malaysia Cup after meeting with Manchester United legend David Beckham, who congratulated the club on their latest league success. The former England captain was in Kuala Lumpur on Friday as guest for insurance giants AIA to promote healthy living. Beckham's Asian tour also included Hong Kong and Singapore. "Great to meet TMJ [the team's royal owner] last night.
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