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Articles by Kenneth Tan

22 February 2018
Featuring for top S.League sides such as Tampines Rovers and Home United at a young age, it had looked like a long career beckoned for Naufal Omar Ashibilie. However, the former Singapore Under-21 midfielder chose to become a recruitment consultant after sustaining an injury and he sat down with FFT to tell his story…
14 February 2018
In the first edition of the AFC Cup, Home United progressed all the way to the semi-finals (along with fellow S.League side Geylang United) before losing 6-1 on aggregate to Syria’s Al-Jaish. FFT traces the whereabouts of that legendary Protectors squad… 
12 February 2018
A powerhouse who packed a mean shot and a strong tackle, Billy Bone was regarded as one of the top foreigners who have played in Singapore. FFT caught up with the 47-year-old, whose time on the island was a roller-coaster ride which saw title wins, burgeoning interest in the S.League and an untimely match-fixing scandal... 
10 February 2018
Tampines Rovers’ bid to make the knockout stages of the 2018 AFC Cup took a huge dent after a 2-0 home defeat to Vietnam’s Song Lam Nghe An in their Group H opener at Jalan Besar Stadium on Saturday night.
7 February 2018
The late Amin Nasir coached Hougang United to one of their best S.League finishes in 2014, as the Cheetahs finished seventh in the 12-team league. This season, his son Ashrul Syafeeq is likewise looking to succeed on the pitch for the Cheetahs…
25 January 2018
From captaining the Singapore Under-22 side to dropping out of the S.League within the space of two years, Nur Na’iim Ishak has experienced the highs and lows of football. The precocious midfielder, who made his professional debut at 18, tells FFT that he is not done with the game just yet…
23 January 2018
Former Singapore Under-22 goalkeeper Zulfairuuz Rudy speaks to FourFourTwo about the traffic accident that almost put a premature end to his career and how he is determined to bounce back stronger in 2018…
17 January 2018
Tampines Rovers' 1-0 Singapore Cup final defeat of Jurong FC in front of 15,000 fans at the old National Stadium sixteen years ago marked the start of their rise as a local powerhouse. FourFourTwo traces the whereabouts of that Stags side which clinched the first major trophy in the club’s history…
16 January 2018
An under-strength Tampines Rovers fell 3-1 to Bali United on Tuesday night but there were still some credible performances, with goalkeeper Syazwan Buhari proving the main shining light on his AFC debut…
15 January 2018
AFC Champions League Qualifier | Kapten I Wayan Dipta Stadium, Bali | Tues 16 Jan | 7.30pm