30 April 2017
New Football Association of Singapore (FAS) president Lim Kia Tong wants the Singapore football fraternity to unite after an election campaign marred by controversy and police investigations... 
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29 April 2017
Lim Kia Tong will be the new president of the Football Association of Singapore (FAS) after his team won Saturday's historic election.
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28 April 2017
After all the mudslinging, the arrests and the mystery of the missing money, the Football Association of Singapore (FAS) will finally have a newly-elected president in around 24 hours’ time.
Singapore’s ‘close one eye’ culture and an unquestioning deference to men of power and wealth left the game in a perilous state and will make it hard to clean up, argues Neil Humphreys
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Officers from the Singapore Police Force visited the Football Association of Singapore (FAS) premises at Jalan Besar Stadium on Thursday afternoon as the matter of the infamous $500,000 donation took another twist.
18 April 2017
Fourteen people have come forward to run as individual candidates for the six individual Football Association of Singapore (FAS) council seats. FourFourTwo are profiling them all, starting off here with the first seven... 
18 April 2017
As candidates on both sides resort to mudslinging, the sordid accusations show once again that the local game is more interested in its administrators than its footballers, argues Neil Humphreys.
Football Association of Singapore (FAS) presidential hopeful Bill Ng has reiterated his stance the current administration – and particularly general secretary Winston Lee – must come clean over the use of a $500,000 donation made by Ng back in 2014.
17 April 2017
Just like that we are past week six of the S.League season and it was Albirex Niigata (S) and Warriors FC grabbing the headlines once more. At the other end of the scale, the Young Lions lost again, while foreign signings also feature heavily as Deepanraj Ganesan picks out the Good and the Bad from the latest fixtures.
A rift has emerged in the run up to this month’s Football Association of Singapore (FAS) elections, with presidential hopeful Bill Ng making some stunning revelations about football in the Republic, drawing a swift rebuke and the threat of legal action from the FAS.
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