Fandi Ahmad

21 February 2017
Trevor Hartley, an Englishman with intimate knowledge of both the Malaysian and Singaporean football scenes, recalls the time his Tigers overcame the Lions in the SEA Games final…
21 February 2017
As the only Singaporean on FourFourTwo's inaugural 20 Under-20 list, Irfan Fandi said he felt "honoured" by the nomination, sharing with us that this type of recognition only motivates him to work even harder... 
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13 February 2017
Real Madrid and Brazil legend Roberto Carlos met local football great Fandi Ahmad and thrilled a 500-strong crowd at the Institute of Technical Education (ITE) College Central on Monday.
18 January 2017
Who are some of the biggest names in Southeast Asian football to have graced the Indonesian domestic league over the years? FourFourTwo did the research to find out...
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6 October 2016
Singapore’s footballing son Fandi Ahmad turned down offers from Malaysia to stay on with the FAS as a head youth coach... 
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13 September 2016
Once again, the Fandi ‘stay or go’ debate returns as Pahang and the Football Association of Singapore compete for his services, but there should be no debate. Unlike England’s Moore, Singapore should utilise its greatest ambassador now, argues Neil Humphreys
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7 September 2016
Singapore legend Fandi Ahmad was on a Pahang shortlist several months back, but the Malaysia Super League (MSL) side denies it is in talks to give Singapore’s favourite son a third coaching stint in Malaysia.
1 January 2016
Newly appointed Chonburi FC coach Therdsak Chaiman discusses the decline of the S.League with FFT's Weixiang Lim, as well as the impact Singapore players could make playing in Thailand and his thoughts on the ASEAN Super League...
15 December 2015
Just over two decades ago, the Singapore FA team completed a now legendary Cup and League double to sign off in style from the Malaysian leagues. Weixiang Lim talks to the Australian striker who contributed some very important goals...
11 December 2015
Singapore football has been humiliated enough recently and can’t afford to be embarrassed again by the departure of its favourite son, argues Neil Humphreys.

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