The Suzuki Cup-ASE Football Association is not just a two-year regional tournament, but it is also a chance for the national soccer teams in Southeast Asia to regenerate by giving young players a platform to shine.
Since the lions lead to Friday's Group B opener against Indonesia at the national stadium, Intermediate coach Fandi Ahmad will also get a trick in the possible future backbone of Singapore.
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