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13 February 2017
Singapore No.1 Hassan Sunny is expected to return to Home United after a training stint with J.League 3 side Gainare Tottori. 
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1 December 2016
Singapore goalkeeper Hassan Sunny is weighing up a potential return to the S.League after financial constraints at Army United forced him to part ways with the Thai club.
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4 November 2016
Singapore number one Hassan Sunny is unsure if his future still lies in Thailand next season, after club Army United was relegated from the top tier. 
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19 October 2016
The death of Thailand's long-standing monarch, His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej, had a major impact on the country, including the local football scene. This is an update on local and international football in Thailand as it currently stands...
6 October 2016
Singapore goalkeeper Hassan Sunny is expecting merciless taunts from the Malaysian fans after what happened last time round but he insisted he will be unaffected... 
4 October 2016
In the month of September, Safuwan and Hassan find themselves having to help their club stave off relegation while Hariss added another trophy to his cabinet… 
21 September 2016
In the latest edition of our series, former England and Tottenham defender Gary Stevens tells us in his own words about his brief, volatile stints in charge of two Thai clubs...
11 September 2016
The ex-Singapore international delivered his verdict on the situation between the posts for the national team, telling Nicholas Tan that there are few youngsters of the calibre required to represent the nation.
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3 September 2016
All five Singaporeans playing abroad returned to action in the month of August, and FourFourTwo provides the lowdown on how they performed during this time… 
8 August 2016
While the Singapore national team went on a training tour in Japan, five Singaporeans based overseas were not called up, mainly due to club duties. How did they fare in their respective leagues? FourFourTwo takes a look.. 

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