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23 March 2017
La Liga president Javier Tebas officially opened the association’s Singapore office on Thursday and promised an array of activities for the region as they seek to boost the Spanish league’s popularity. 
15 March 2017
Apart from the unanswered questions that arose when the Lions midfielder’s move to Spain collapsed, the bureaucratic cock-up will again make local prospects wary of taking the overseas route, argues Neil Humphreys 
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23 February 2017
Automotive giants Hyundai have signed on as the S.League co-title sponsors, replacing Yeo’s after the beverage company ended its 13-year association with the competition. 
23 February 2017
While the likes of Thailand, Australia, Vietnam and Malaysia all had multiple entrants on our inaugural 20 Under-20 list, Singapore only had one. Scott McIntyre takes a closer look at a youth system that appears to be failing...
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3 January 2017
S.League chief executive Lim Chin will officially step down from his post on March 31 after a five-year tenure.
16 November 2016
After a long and winding year of poor results, S.League wage cuts, delayed FAS elections and a sustained cycle of failure, Singapore must not give fans another reason to turn away from the game, argues Neil Humphreys…
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9 November 2016
Singapore interim head coach V.Sundramoorthy believes the international friendly with Syria will be beneficial to his side due to their similarity to Suzuki Cup foes Philippines. 
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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... 
5 October 2016
In the latest edition of our series, outspoken former Football Association of Singapore goalkeeping coach John Burridge – a League Cup winner with Aston Villa back in his playing days – explains his mixture of pride and frustration from his time with the organisation.
27 September 2016
As the England manager deals with the fallout, it’s sad to note that the undercover scam relied on him believing that Singapore was a haven for greedy, unscrupulous football interests, writes Neil Humphreys

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