Balestier Khalsa

9 May 2016
Throughout 2016, FourFourTwo has been digging deep into the rich and colourful history of club football across Southeast Asia. This is the home of all that compelling content and will continue to be updated as the journey continues.
19 September 2017
S.League | Jalan Besar Stadium | Wed Sept 20 | 7.30pm
4 September 2017
Fewer than 20 youngsters braved a scorching Sunday morning to lace up their boots and pull on jerseys for a football trial at The Cage Sports Park in Singapore. But for veteran coach R Vengadasalam, there was enough evidence to convince him that local football still has some undiscovered potential.
1 August 2017
The S.League resumed after a 21-day break, but fixtures clashed with the ICC. Have the organisers been asleep for too long to even consider how it would affect attendance…? 
18 July 2017
How do you know if someone who claims to be a S.League fan is actually one? Here’s how...
28 June 2017
Week 13 of the S.League season may ultimately prove pivotal to the title race as defending champions Albirex Niigata (S) finally lost, while Deepanraj Ganesan also picked out a number of elements for the ‘bad’ part of his weekly column… 
21 June 2017
Once selected to represent Singapore in a worldwide talent development programme, Randy Pay Zhen Hao harboured dreams of making it big as a professional footballer. Currently playing in the National Football League (NFL) with Tiong Bahru FC, the 26-year-old sat down with FFT to discuss what went wrong… 
21 June 2017
The S.League season resumed this week and it was the usual rollicking for whoever stood in Albirex Niigata’s way, while the Eagles, Balestier Khalsa and Brunei DPMM lost yet again. Deepanraj Ganesan picks out the Good and the Bad from Week 12. 
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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