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Singapore’s Yoshida brings in fresh faces for October ties 

Singapore: Head coach Tastuma Yoshida has tweaked his Singapore squad ahead of the Asian Qualifiers for the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 and AFC Asian Cup China 2023 ties in October.

The Japanese tactician has named a 23-man squad with the inclusion of Geylang International midfielder Firdaus Kasman and 16-year-old Hougang United winger Farhan Zulkifli in the squad.

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Farhan grabbed headlines in June 2019 when he become the second-youngest goal scorer in the Singapore Premier League at 16 years and 231 days old when he scored for Hougang in a 2-0 win over Home United.

Singapore will play Jordan in a friendly in Amman on October 5 before taking on Saudi Arabia in Jeddah (October 10) and Uzbekistan at the National Stadium in Kallang five days later.

Singapore enjoyed a flying start to their Asian Qualifiers campaign, drawing 2-2 with Yemen and then defeating Palestine 2-1 to sit top of the Group D standings.

Photo: Football Association of Singapore

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