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26 April 2017
After coming across a FourFourTwo story that suggested Aidil Sharin had involved himself in former Home United coach Philippe Aw's training sessions, the current Protectors coach wanted to set the record straight in our latest 'Telling it like it is'...
Newcastle 1995/96
26 April 2017
Super Kev's magnificent Magpies were much loved by neutrals in the '90s. But who was among the Toon Army's Great Entertainers – and what became of them?
Singapore’s ‘close one eye’ culture and an unquestioning deference to men of power and wealth left the game in a perilous state and will make it hard to clean up, argues Neil Humphreys
25 April 2017
Seen as integral to a team’s fortunes, Malaysia Super League (MSL) clubs always seem to be in search of imported players. Here’s a guide on how foreign players can prolong their Malaysian stay…
25 April 2017
Fourteen people have come forward to run as individual candidates for the six Football Association of Singapore (FAS) council seats. FourFourTwo have been profiling them all and here are the final seven...  
25 April 2017
We are already a fifth of the way through the 2017 Chinese Super League season. While there is still a long way to go, fans have had a chance to see which of the big-name foreign stars are hot – and which are not.
25 April 2017
FourFourTwo has teamed up with Singtel Media and Chang Beer to bring you a massive night of Premier League football at FourFourTwo HQ at McGettigan’s in Clarke Quay.
Jack Wilshere
25 April 2017
After Jack Wilshere’s spell at Bournemouth was cut short, Amit Katwala looks at the English players who once starred for big teams but ultimately failed to live up to their early potential
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. 
24 April 2017
Having worked his way into the hearts of Selangor fans as their captain in the mid-1990s, Mehmet Durakovic then returned to his home country of Australia to earn his coaching badges. But he was drawn back to Malaysia at the end of 2013 and hasn’t left since. Here he tells us why… 

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