Aide Iskandar

11 May 2017
Retired footballer Aide Iskandar has embarked upon a new career, teaming up with local rapper Sheikh Haikel to form sports marketing agency Sports Star Network (SSN).
20 April 2017
In this current football climate where there is immense apathy towards the local game, people who actually watch and follow the S.League on a regular basis are few and far between. Yet one group of die-hard supporters are bucking the trend and making their voices heard across stadiums in Singapore.
23 September 2016
Nearly ten years ago, 15 individuals played their part in the 2007 Suzuki Cup final that Singapore won. Since then, they have mostly retired. FourFourTwo takes a look at where the record-makers went… 
26 August 2016
They were written off, derided by their own fans but the class of 98 rose above to triumph in the Tiger Cup. Where are they now? FourFourTwo takes a look. 
31 December 2015
From Melbourne City to the Malaysia FA Cup, from the Lions XII triumphant to the Lions XII ripped apart, it’s been one hell of a year for Singapore football. Neil Humphreys picks out the good, the bad and the downright daft of 2015...
18 June 2015
The former Singapore international speaks to Weixiang Lim, insisting the various national sides need to step up after the Young Lions' failed Southeast Asian (SEA) Games campaign but also calling for patience.
15 June 2015
Following Aide Iskandar’s relinquishing of his role, FFT’s Gary Koh takes a look at the most plausible candidates who can rebuild the confidence-stricken side.
12 June 2015
Managing any of Singapore’s development squads will remain a poisoned chalice unless serious root and branch reform takes place, argues Neil Humphreys.
12 June 2015
Singapore Under-23s boss Aide Iskandar tendered his resignation after his team failed to progress to the Southeast Asian (SEA) Games semi-finals.
11 June 2015
The coach called for courage from his Singapore Under-23 side as they gear up for their crucial final group match against their Indonesian counterparts on Thursday, with only one advancing to the semi-finals by the final whistle.


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