Singapore Football

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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BERND STRANGE: AIDE'S CLAIMS ARE UNTRUE

Speaking on the sidelines of a Courts Young Lions training session at Jalan Besar Stadium yesterday, National Coach Bernd Strange finally gave his view on the SEA Games debacle, which saw the Singapore football team crashing out in an early group stage match in June this year.

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EDWIN TONG: I DID NOT MAKE AN ISSUE OR COMPLAIN AT SEA GAMES SOCCER MATCH

I have been a fan of football since I was very young and was thrilled to attend the @SEAGames2015 football opener between ‪#‎Singapore‬ and the Philippines at @JalanBesarStadium. I have a lot of regard for our ‪#‎SEAGames2015‬ volunteers, the people on the ground who make these Games tick. In fact, many in my family and amongst my friends are SEA Games volunteers, and I know how much time and sacrifices they have put in.

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SINGAPORE LIONS EMERGE VICTORIOUS OVER THE PHILIPPINES

The Singapore Lions Under-23 football team beat the Philippines 1-0 at the Jalan Besar Stadium last night. Defender Sheikh Abdu Hadi scored the winning goal with a header into the Filipino goal just before half time. But members of the public and crowd found the match to be lackluster. Many fans complained that although the Lions had the ball for most of the game, the Lions' strikers missed numerous chances to convert them into goals.

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SPORTS CHAIRMAN SCOLD SINGAPOREANS FOR NOT SUPPORTING LOCAL FOOTBALL

Lim Teck Yin, who is Sport Singapore's CEO and the SEA Games Organizing Committee chairman, scolded fans recently and asked them to "show your mettle and come out in force" to support the struggling national Under-23 squad. Following a 1-8 mauling by Japan's Olympic team, a 1-2 defeat by Syria's U-23s and a 1-3 loss to regional minnows Cambodia's U-22 side this year, Singapore's Under-23 squad are struggling to rebound from these disastrous defeats. Singapore's national teams have yet to win any matches at all this year.

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ALEKSANDAR DURIC'S LETTER: THANK YOU VERY MUCH SINGAPORE

While my club career was important to me, my proudest and biggest moment was when I received my Singapore citizenship in October 2007 and was called up by Coach Raddy for the national team at the age of 37. I would score both goals in my first game against Tajikistan in a 2010 FIFA World Cup qualifier on my debut. It still sends shivers down my spine when I talk about it now.

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