11 July 2018
Thai League’s Deputy CEO Ben Tan lauds the success of the ASEAN import quota and hopes to see more Southeast Asian players moving to Thailand in 2019.
29 June 2018
His goal against Muang Loei United in the Thai FA Cup first round on Wednesday was his fourth goal of the season and Singapore winger Gabriel Quak is on a mission to keep his dream alive beyond 2018.
2 February 2018
FourFourTwo understands that Warriors FC and Singapore winger Gabriel Quak is closing in a move to the Thai League…  
18 November 2016
Singapore head coach V.Sundramoorthy has finally decided on his 23-man squad for the Suzuki Cup. Here is a profile guide on each player to help familiarise yourself before the tournament gets underway...
25 October 2016
Geylang International won the battle 4-1, but it was Home United who won the war to finish as the second-highest local side to qualify for next season’s AFC Cup.  
13 October 2016
The Geylang winger struggled against Hong Kong, but the excessive criticism isn’t fair. He shouldn’t be blamed for being the only Chinese player in the side. That’s Singapore’s fault, argues Neil Humphreys 
12 October 2016
Singapore lost to Hong Kong on Tuesday night and fans were less than happy with one particular player’s performance… 
6 October 2016
Who will be given a chance to shine against Malaysia? Has anyone stood out more than the others? FFT takes a look… 
8 September 2016
With the Premier League of Thailand (PLT) considering introducing a rule to encourage clubs to sign an ASEAN player, the doors have opened for Singaporeans to follow in goalkeeper Hassan Sunny’s footsteps. Names like Hariss Harun, Safuwan Baharudin and Izwan Mahbud immediately come to mind, but who else could step up? FourFourTwo takes a closer look...
1 September 2016
Well, that was a bit of an odd football match, wasn’t it? Singapore were beaten three times from the spot in a 3-1 defeat to Bahrain in a game where chances were at a premium and little else happened. FourFourTwo Singapore takes a look at how the Lions did individually...


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