Suzuki Cup: Singapore coach Tatsuma Yoshida's future in doubt after semi-final exit

<p>ST20211225_202138853166 Desmond Wee_dlsoc25-ol / Team manager Eric Ong with Singapore Head coach Tatsuma Yoshida reaction to Safuwan Baharudin's red card sent off by Omani referee Qasim Matar Ali Al-Hatmi . Indonesia beat Singapore 4-2 after Extra tim
Singapore head coach Tatsuma Yoshida (centre) reacting against Safuwan Baharudin's red card during the AFF Suzuki Cup semi-final on Dec 25, 2021. ST PHOTO: DESMOND WEE
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SINGAPORE - A day after suffering a heartbreaking semi-final exit at the Suzuki Cup, the Lions face the prospect of losing their national coach Tatsuma Yoshida.

Singapore fell 4-2 on Saturday (Dec 25) to Indonesia and were eliminated 5-3 on aggregate, ending the second leg with just eight men but still managing to push their opponents all the way.

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