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27 June 2017
Going strong in his 12th season in the S.League, veteran winger Fazli Jaffar sat down with FourFourTwo for a candid chat to reminiscence about scoring on his debut in 2006, a failed move to Indonesia and what lies ahead… 
20 June 2017
History-maker Esad Sejdic was part of the S.League's glorious beginning. He has also witnessed its sad decline. Here are his memories in our latest Telling It Like It Is...
20 June 2017
Albirex Niigata, Tampines Rovers and Home United have all had impressive seasons, while Brunei DPMM, Young Lions and Balestier Khalsa have been nothing short of underwhelming. With the transfer window now shut, read on to find out whether these teams have added players that can change their fate...
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20 June 2017
Johor Darul Ta’zim midfielder Hariss Harun has extended his loan deal with Home United until the end of the season.
19 June 2017
In the third of a four-part series, best-selling author and FourFourTwo columnist Neil Humphreys argues for the return of established powerhouses like Woodlands and Tanjong Pagar to give Singapore's local football scene a fighting chance.
7 June 2017
Frenchman Adlane Messelem was unveiled as Malaysia Premier League side Sabah’s new team manager on January 18 this year. By March 19, following six defeats in their opening seven games, he was gone. This is his account of what took place in those eight short weeks…
5 June 2017
In the first of a four-part series, best-selling author and FourFourTwo columnist Neil Humphreys examines some of the radical changes that may be required to save Singapore’s only professional sports league.
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30 May 2017
Stipe Plazibat came to his side’s rescue once again as Home United came from behind to edge Global-Cebu FC 3-2 in the AFC Cup zonal semi-final second leg at Jalan Besar Stadium. 
24 April 2017
Off-field issues were a big talking point in the lead up to Week 7 of the S.League season, but the unbeaten trio of Home United, Warriors FC and Albirex Niigata (S) helped steer some of the spotlight back to the pitch. Old and new faces feature in this week’s column as Deepanraj Ganesan picks out the Good and the Bad from all the action. 
28 March 2017
In the 1990s, the S.League came close to nurturing domestic tribalism between the uniformed clubs and the rest. But those halcyon days are a distant memory, writes Neil Humphreys

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