FFTTellingIt

5 July 2017
Robert Choe played football in a very different era to what players face today. In our latest Telling It Like It Is, the Malaysian legend feels it was a better time to represent your country, although there were some obstacles along the way...
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...
7 June 2017
Frenchman Adlane Messelem was unveiled as Malaysia Premier League side Sabah’s new team manager on January 18 this year. By March 19, following six defeats in their opening seven games, he was gone. This is his account of what took place in those eight short weeks…
9 May 2017
T Aravinthan is undoubtedly one of the most colourful figures in Singapore's recent footballing history. Here the former S.League player and referee tells us his story, including the day he received a phone call to fix a match...
4 May 2017
In our latest ‘Telling It Like It Is’, Thai superstar Tristan Do opens about the confusion he felt growing up due to his diverse background, his lack of heroes and who he likes to play as on FIFA…
18 April 2017
In part two of this year's series, where players pen their own thoughts, Philippines international Mark Hartmann says Sarawak will rebound from their poor start, while his pick for the best Malaysian team he has faced may surprise you...
11 April 2017
FourFourTwo series 'Telling it like it is', when Southeast Asian football identities give us rare personal insights in their own words, is back for 2017. To kick us off, popular Balestier Khalsa coach Marko Kraljevic reveals his thoughts from his time playing and coaching in Singapore and Malaysia...
19 October 2016
In a fascinating edition to our ongoing series, Penang chief executive Bojan Hodak gives a rare insight into preparations ahead of a do-or-die Malaysia Super League relegation battle against Terengganu this Saturday night...
13 October 2016
Former defender R. Sasikumar writes candidly about his concerns for Singapore's looming Suzuki Cup campaign, his brief attempts at a coaching career, plus what he perceives as a lack of pride in the Lions' jersey...
5 October 2016
In the latest edition of our series, outspoken former Football Association of Singapore goalkeeping coach John Burridge – a League Cup winner with Aston Villa back in his playing days – explains his mixture of pride and frustration from his time in this country.

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