Football: Lions are fearless, says Fandi Ahmad ahead of crunch AFF Cup clash against Thailand

Singapore's interim coach Fandi Ahmad with Thailand's coach Milovan Rajevac at a press conference on Nov 24, 2018, a day before their Asean Football Federation Group B showdown.
Singapore's interim coach Fandi Ahmad with Thailand's coach Milovan Rajevac at a press conference on Nov 24, 2018, a day before their Asean Football Federation Group B showdown.ST PHOTO: CHONG JUN LIANG

BANGKOK - It might appear as if Singapore have brought a knife to a gun fight for the do-or-die Group B showdown against Thailand at the Rajamangala Stadium on Sunday (Nov 25) night, but that will not faze the Lions.

Happy to play the role of underdogs, interim national coach Fandi Ahmad is confident that if his players can keep up the never-say-die spirit evident in this Asean Football Federation (AFF) Suzuki Cup campaign and execute his search-and-destroy tactics to perfection, they can floor the mighty War Elephants.

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