V. Sundramoorthy

12 July 2017
From embarrassing age-group defeats to awful FIFA rankings and possible funding cuts, it’s one horror headline after another. So where’s the official response? FAS folks not helping themselves by staying silent, argues Neil Humphreys...
6 July 2017
Singapore endured a horrid June and it was no surprise that they have fallen to 169th in the latest FIFA world rankings.
6 July 2017
By now you would have heard that a galaxy of footballing stars from Liverpool, Arsenal and right here in Singapore will be on show at the National Stadium in November’s latest Masters Asia event.
5 July 2017
Former stars from English Premier League giants Liverpool and Arsenal were already descending on Singapore for the latest Battle of the Masters in November.
21 June 2017
Once selected to represent Singapore in a worldwide talent development programme, Randy Pay Zhen Hao harboured dreams of making it big as a professional footballer. Currently playing in the National Football League (NFL) with Tiong Bahru FC, the 26-year-old sat down with FFT to discuss what went wrong… 
16 June 2017
Veteran Baihakki Khaizan is well known for helping Singapore to three regional titles but the defender has a surprisingly empty trophy cabinet at the club level...
14 June 2017
Over the years Singapore football has called upon naturalised players to help boost the national team. Right now there are some candidates who are good enough to take on that challenge...
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14 June 2017
Singapore head coach V.Sundramoorthy has admonished his players for their jersey-swapping antics at half-time in the international friendly against Argentina.
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13 June 2017
Hariss Harun’s little dance past Argentina’s midfield, Nazrul Nazari’s nutmeg on Alejandro Gomez, as well as Zulfahmi Arifin and Safuwan Baharudin jersey swapping with Paulo Dybala and Angel di Maria at half-time – these are some of the moments that the Singaporean footballers will cherish for a lifetime, playing against one of the world’s most decorated team.
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12 June 2017
It may be the fresh flurry of criticism since the embarrassing 2-1 defeat to Taiwan, or perhaps just a case of bad organisation, but Singapore head coach V. Sundram Moorthy did not look a man at ease in what will perhaps go down as the shortest pre-match press conference held at the Singapore National Stadium. 

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