24 October 2017
A fearsome goalscorer in his prime, Noh Alam Shah has played with and against some big names. The former Singapore international handpicks for FourFourTwo his winning eleven - including some players from the region and others from as far away as Iraq...
28 March 2017
It was exactly ten years ago that the Young Lions attained a medal at the Southeast Asian (SEA) Games for the first time since an age limit was imposed on the football competition in 2001. Did the starting 11 go on to be national stalwarts? FFT takes a look... 
15 March 2017
Who was the first Singaporean to try his luck in Thailand? The answer is not Hassan Sunny or Hafiz Sujad. Here is FFT’s second list of Singaporeans who tried to make the cut in foreign lands... 
25 January 2017
Singapore veteran Ridhuan Muhammad had intentions of hanging up his boots a year ago, but now he wants to go on for ‘five more years’, especially after being reunited with good pals Baihakki Khaizan and Shahril Ishak… 
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23 September 2016
Nearly ten years ago, 15 individuals played their part in the 2007 Suzuki Cup final that Singapore won. Since then, they have mostly retired. FourFourTwo takes a look at where the record-makers went… 
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26 August 2016
A scintillating performance from Ridhuan Muhammad helped Warriors FC to clinch a much-needed 5-2 victory over the Garena Young Lions to end a streak of seven straight defeats.  
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5 May 2016
Former Dutch professional footballer and current Singapore Sports School senior coach Robbie Servais presents an English Premier League standard scout report on Warriors FC. 
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1 April 2016
Geylang International drew a third consecutive game after Warriors FC scored just a minute before time to earn a 2-2 stalemate. 
22 February 2015
Gary Koh takes a look at ten local players who will have a point or two to prove in what is potentially a big 2015 season for them and their respective clubs.
26 November 2014
FourFourTwo spoke to four former Lions and they were unequivocal in their predictions for the Lions’ do-or-die clash against Myanmar tonight.

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