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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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10 March 2017
Johor Darul Ta’zim are adamant midfielder Hariss Harun will return to join Spanish side CE L’Hospitalet on loan in June, after his overseas stint ended without him kicking a single ball in anger. 
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10 March 2017
Johor Darul Ta’zim are adamant midfielder Hariss Harun will return to join Spanish side CE L’Hospitalet on loan in June, after his overseas stint ended without him kicking a single ball in anger. 
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10 March 2017
Singapore vice-captain Hariss Harun is disappointed his move to Spain did not pan out as he had hoped, but he is grateful for the chance to play in the S.League once more. 
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9 March 2017
Johor Darul Ta’zim midfielder Hariss Harun is set to join Home United on a loan deal for the 2017 S.League season before he has played a game in Spain. 
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...
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... 
18 January 2017
Slapping an injunction on a football academy after a handful of complaints about noise is only further proof the national game will never be taken seriously, argues Neil Humphreys...
9 January 2017
His primary job is to score the goals for his club but once he goes off the pitch, Ken Ilso has a different role at home, he once told FourFourTwo...
4 January 2017
How did a player who once faced Arjen Robben and Bastian Schweinsteiger end up with Home United in the S.League and now the Malaysia Super League? Kenneth Tan chronicles Ken Ilsø Larsen's remarkable football adventures around the globe.

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