Football Association of Singapore
At 35th Football Association of Singapore
(FAS) Congress on Thursday, a number of radical changes for both the S.League
and the national game were proposed. Analysing the major ideas, Neil Humphreys believes they could work - as long as the public stays patient.
will play two games at the National Stadium next month, a friendly against Lebanon on November 9 and an Asian Cup
qualifier against Bahrain five days later.
As part of a revamped S.League
, the Football Association of Singapore (FAS) is reportedly considering allowing clubs to have two under-21 foreigners, in the hope of converting them into citizens. But the idea smacks of another quick-fix that won’t produce another Duric or Bennett, argues Neil Humphreys...
Visiting Singapore for the first time, the 2002 Brazilian World Cup winner spoke with FFT about training the Samba way, the Selecao’s hopes of being world champions in 2018 and that goal against Costa Rica 15 years ago…
Local football legend Aleksandar Duric did not mince his words on the state of Singaporean football, the imminent cut of funding for the S.League and his belief privatisation is needed for the sport to make progress.
As the domestic scene faces an uncertain future, rising stars should follow Fandi’s boys and seek opportunities in tougher foreign leagues, argues Neil Humphreys…
New Young Lions coach Vincent Subramaniam fired a stunning broadside at the management of local football on Friday, taking aim at a "lack of accountability" in the sport.
If reports are true that a 12-month hiatus is being considered to reboot the competition and raise revenue, then the S.League will fall on its own sword. A year-long break would be suicidal, argues Neil Humphreys…
After decent SEA Games performances, Irfan and Ikhsan must consider moving away from a flailing S.League. An overseas stint will benefit not only the brothers, but also the local game itself, argues Neil Humphreys