14 February 2018
In the first edition of the AFC Cup, Home United progressed all the way to the semi-finals (along with fellow S.League side Geylang United) before losing 6-1 on aggregate to Syria’s Al-Jaish. FFT traces the whereabouts of that legendary Protectors squad… 
4 December 2017
FIFA's Century Club is a list that many dream of making, consisting of men have who played more than 100 'A' internationals for their country. FourFourTwo takes a look at eight Singaporeans who are on the list...
20 October 2017
FourFourTwo looks at five footballers who spent over a decade with their S.League clubs - whether in one continuous period or separate spells...
28 September 2017
The former goal machine handpicks for FourFourTwo the finest players he played with and against. In an illustrious career spanning more than 20 years, Duric crossed paths with many greats, but who makes his list? 
25 September 2017
Home United are the record six-time champions of the Singapore Cup and it all started off in 2000 with a 1-0 triumph over SAFFC (now Warriors FC) at the old National Stadium. Ahead of this week’s semi-finals, FFT traces the whereabouts of that legendary Protectors squad…
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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.
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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… 
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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...

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