Football Association of Singapore

154 MEDIA REPORTS ON TIONG BAHRU FC JACKPOINT REVENUE, WHAT ABOUT FAS EARNINGS?

I refer to the article ‘How did Tiong Bahru FC get so much money?‘ (Sunday Times, Apr 23). It states that “In documents obtained by The Sunday Times, the club’s annual revenue for the year ending March 31 last year was $36.8 million, more than the Football Association of Singapore’s (FAS) budget of $35.8 million in the same period. Around $31 million was paid back in jackpot winnings and taxes.

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ASEAN FOOTBALL FEDERATION CONTRADICTS FAS STATEMENT ON DONATIONS

As election fever heats up at the Football Association of Singapore (FAS), the controversy over a $500,000 donation by Bill Ng to the FAS continues to play out in the public eye. According to Bill Ng, who is leading a team of opposition leaders to vie for the management of FAS, he donated $500,000 to FAS for the betterment of Singapore football.

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FAS LEADERSHIP CONTENDERS: WE DEMAND TRANSPARENCY FROM FAS MANAGEMENT

In light of the statements that have been made by various parties, it is the Team Game Changers’ unified and common belief that there must be full transparency and accountability in the way Singapore Football is managed and administered, and that conclusions drawn are based on facts ascertained, rather than through hearsay.

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FAS WILL NOT REFUND FANS IF SINGAPORE - AFGHANISTAN MATCH IS CANCELLED

"In the event that the match cannot proceed due to the current haze situation, the Football Association of Singapore has taken a decision that no refunds will be made in the event of match postponement and/or cancellation," reads a statement released by the Football Association of Singapore on the Singapore Sports Hub's website.

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