Lions have creative options, says Fandi Ahmad ahead of next month's Suzuki Cup

Albirex Niigata midfielder Adam Swandi is one of five "quality" attacking midfielders competing for three first XI positions at the disposal of interim national football coach Fandi Ahmad for tonight's friendly against Cambodia in Phnom Penh.
Albirex Niigata midfielder Adam Swandi is one of five "quality" attacking midfielders competing for three first XI positions at the disposal of interim national football coach Fandi Ahmad for tonight's friendly against Cambodia in Phnom Penh.ST PHOTO: JONATHAN CHOO

National coach Fandi wants his attacking players to prove their worth ahead of AFF Suzuki Cup

Unbeaten in his first three matches in charge, interim national football coach Fandi Ahmad believes he now has depth in his squad and, more significantly, choices in the creative department.

The Lions will play Cambodia in a friendly in Phnom Penh's Olympic Stadium tonight, ahead of next month's Asean Football Federation (AFF) Suzuki Cup.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on October 16, 2018, with the headline 'Lions have creative options'. Print Edition | Subscribe