Bernd Stange

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12 January 2016
Barcelona star Lionel Messi may have been comfortably the world’s pick for the coveted Ballon d’Or, but the five-time recipient was far from a unanimous pick across Southeast Asia. 
31 December 2015
From Melbourne City to the Malaysia FA Cup, from the Lions XII triumphant to the Lions XII ripped apart, it’s been one hell of a year for Singapore football. Neil Humphreys picks out the good, the bad and the downright daft of 2015...
12 November 2015
It was billed as one of the biggest games in Singapore football history and a chance to show that draw back in June was no fluke. Instead, the Samurai Blue spent most of the night cutting the Lions down to size. Here’s how it all unfolded…
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12 November 2015
The Singapore national team ran its socks off, but was eventually outclassed by a technically gifted Japan side 3-0 at the National Stadium on Thursday evening.
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11 November 2015
Singapore coach Bernd Stange wants his players to stun Japan once more and show why they are worthy of playing for more prestigious clubs abroad.
9 November 2015
Izwan Mahbud and Hassan Sunny, Singapore’s two best goalkeepers, talk to FourFourTwo about the huge qualifying tasks ahead, playing professionally overseas and that effort by Izwan against Japan…
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13 October 2015
Singapore stayed on course in their quest to qualify for the 2019 Asian Cup after a narrow 2-1 victory against fellow Southeast Asian nation Cambodia at the National Stadium on Tuesday night.
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15 June 2015
An impressive friendly win has Japan upbeat ahead of their World Cup qualifier against Singapore.
10 April 2015
With the World Cup draw approaching, Neil Humphreys says shrinking ambitions serve no purpose. Singapore needs a Goal 2010-like vision to look beyond their fellow minnows, or what's the point?
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27 November 2014
Singapore head coach Bernd Stange says he is pleased with his side's victory against Myanmar, but is wary of making mistakes against Malaysia.

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