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Thailand, Singapore and Malaysia unmoved in latest FIFA rankings

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Singapore failed to make it out of the group stages for a second consecutive tournament. 


Thailand moved within four spots of being the highest-ranked nation in Southeast Asia, as almost all countries including Malaysia and Singapore remain unmoved in the latest FIFA rankings.

Kiatisuk Senamuang's 2016 AFF Suzuki Cup winning side remained in 126th place, four rungs behind the tournament co-host Philippines, who failed to make the semifinal.

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Mourinho tells fans and players to step up

Jose Mourinho said he, his players and even the club’s supporters will need to raise their game when arch rivals Liverpool visit Old Trafford this weekend. - AP
Jose Mourinho said he, his players and even the club’s supporters will need to raise their game when arch rivals Liverpool visit Old Trafford this weekend. – AP



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Marouane Fellaini runs to hug Jose Mourinho after he scored Manchester United’s second goal against Hull City. - AP
Marouane Fellaini runs to hug Jose Mourinho after he scored Manchester United’s second goal against Hull City. – AP



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Gabbiadini makes it 3 goals in 3 matches as Napoli advances

Napoli’s forward Manolo Gabbiadini, right, scores during an Italy Cup round of 16 soccer match between Napoli and Spezia, at San Paolo stadium in Naples. - AP
Napoli’s forward Manolo Gabbiadini, right, scores during an Italy Cup round of 16 soccer match between Napoli and Spezia, at San Paolo stadium in Naples. – AP



NAPLES, Italy (AP) — Manolo Gabbiadini boosted his value in the transfer market by scoring for the third straight match as Napoli beat Serie B side Spezia 3-1 Tuesday to advance to the Italian Cup quarterfinals.
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