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MINISTER TELLS FAS TO FOCUS ON FOOTBALL, NOT POWER FOR THEIR ELECTIONS. SO FUNNY!

The government takes a very hands-on approach when it comes to FAS. In fact, preciously, all FAS presidents were specially appointed by the government, and not elected like they will do this year. As usual, government wants control over everything. Minister Fu said that the focus in the elections would be to improve Singapore's no 1 sport. This election is supposed to be all about football, making it a priority, and not about who gets the power to run the sports body.

So rich, coming from the Minister. After all, during the General elections, didn't you all promise that this is all about making Singaporean's life better? So, after you win, how did you make Singaporeans life better? By increasing almost everything, like water, S&CC, transport fares? Talk is cheap.

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S'PORE FIFA RANKINGS FALL TO RECORD LOW YET FAS OFFICIALS PAID MILLIONS?

How is this possible? Singapore football has been nosediving for decades. Today, 21 Oct 2016, the new FIFA ranking puts Singapore at its lowest ranking ever - at 171, out of 205 countries. Yet, the top FAS management people responsible for the destruction of Singapore football have been handsomely paid to the tune of millions. How is it possible that the current president of the FAS, under whose charge S'pore football has seen 8 years of horrific decline, is still able to hold on to his job?

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HOW DID PAP MP ZAINUDIN NORDIN ESCAPE SERVING NATIONAL SERVICE?

Take a look at his education record. Straight after “A” Levels in 1982, he went straight to do Diploma and Master of Science consecutively. This was widely publicised last year but is worth sharing again to demonstrate what a vacuous person Zainudin Nordin is, given that as Chairman of the FAS, he has produced little, if not no, results.

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WHY CONTINUE FUNDING FOOTBALL?

Is it sensible to continue funding a sport that seldom delivers? We might as well use the money to fund and further develop bowling, sailing, swimming and other sports that have delivered consistently. For a sport that receives generous funding, football has time and again disappointed.

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LionsXII end pre-season on winning note

The LionsXII ended their pre-season tour of Yogyakarta in Indonesia with a 1-0 victory over PSS Sleman at the Maguwoharjo Stadium today (Jan 10). Khairul Amri scored in the 45th minute to give the LionsXII their second win in three games – after a 2-1 victory over PPSM Magelang on Tuesday and a 0-3 defeat to Persis Solo last Saturday. Head Coach Fandi Ahmad said: “It has been a good tour – with three good matches that provided our players, especially the young ones such as Emmeric Ong, Ignatius Ang and Syafiq Zainal, a feel of the intensity of matches in front of big and vocal crowds.

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