Jermaine Pennant

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8 August 2017
Jermaine Pennant will take on the likes of Dorking Wanderers and the Metropolitan Police this season after joining Billericay Town.
30 June 2017
While things have not been exactly great in Singapore and Malaysian football in recent years, there was at least some consolation in the fact that Southeast Asian rival Indonesia was worse off. That feeling, however, is not so certain anymore...
27 June 2017
In the fourth part of his series, best-selling author and FourFourTwo columnist Neil Humphreys argues that daft ideas like Ronaldinho academies and international ambassadors create headlines, but not enough cash. Clubs must walk before they can run.
29 March 2017
The S.League may not be as popular as the English Premier League, but over the years there have been some signings made by local clubs which raised plenty of eyebrows... 
1 March 2017
Balestier Khalsa made history when they signed three Myanmar internationals and there are signs perhaps that they could impact the S.League in a similar manner that Jermaine Pennant did last year…
11 January 2017
Singaporeans are not fickle to demand household names, they just want the odd magical moment from a genuine star, like every other football fan, argues Neil Humphreys  
4 January 2017
With S.League chief executive Lim Chin leaving his post in March, his successor must be found quickly to settle funding concerns. Otherwise, a season in limbo could kill off the competition for good, argues Neil Humphreys...
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4 January 2017
Last season’s S.League runners-up Tampines Rovers have filled their foreign positions for 2017, adding a trio of young attacking threats to their line-up.
20 December 2016
The year is coming to an end and it has been an eventful 2016 for Singapore football. FourFourTwo reflects on the good and bad that has occurred this year...
16 November 2016
After a long and winding year of poor results, S.League wage cuts, delayed FAS elections and a sustained cycle of failure, Singapore must not give fans another reason to turn away from the game, argues Neil Humphreys…

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