The Singapore Premier League has seen a sharp decline in the number of African players who have featured for local clubs in recent years. FourFourTwo Singapore has a look at 10 who impressed the crowds and got the fans coming back for more...
With the 2018 Singapore Premier League (SPL) season coming to an end, there could be a massive overhaul among the coaches with Aidil Sharin and Lee Lim Saeng both targeted by Perak FA and Warriors FC respectively.
Warriors FC will aim to prevent Albirex Niigata FC from becoming the first side to go an entire Singapore Premier League (SPL) season unbeaten when they host them on Saturday, September 29, at the Choa Chu Kang Stadium.
Home United edged ahead in the sweepstakes for the second spot in the Singapore Premier League after coming from behind twice to earn a thrilling 4-3 victory over Warriors FC at the Bishan Stadium on Sunday evening.
Warriors FC’s hopes of a first RHB Singapore Cup triumph since 2012 were dashed by Brunei DPMM, whom produced a resounding 3-0 win in the second leg of the quarter-final tie at Choa Chu Kang Stadium on Wednesday night to progress 5-2 on aggregate.
At the receiving end of four comebacks against the same opposition this season, Warriors FC are hoping that history does not repeat once again as they host Brunei DPMM in the second leg of their RHB Singapore Cup quarter-final tie at Choa Chu Kang Stadium on Wednesday night.
Home United duo Shahril Ishak and Izzdin Shafiq are set to go up against Albirex Niigata S FC’s Shuhei Hoshino and Wataru Murofushi for the 2018 Singapore Premier League (SPL) Player of the Year award.