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TOC Feature: Better things to come for S’pore football? Really?

By Shankar Selvam and Gangasudhan The defence of the Malaysian Soccer League (MSL) title has failed spectacularly, and even the return of Singapore’s favourite footballing son (i.e. Fandi Ahmad) at the helm couldn’t change that destiny. We were also unceremoniously dumped from the Malaysia Cup very early in the tournament during the group stages. The LionsXII project has a sense …

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S League’s age cap runs against TAFEP guidelines?

Starting from the next season of the S League, football clubs in Singapore will be limited to hiring five local players who are aged 30 and above. This was announced by the chief executive officer (CEO) of the S League, Lim Chin, last week. It was part of a slew of changes which Mr Lim revealed to give the floundering …

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Know your place: S-League CEO tells players

The chief executive officer of the S-League, Singapore’s domestic football league, has come under criticism for what he said to players of the Tanjong Pagar United football club recently. It was announced that the club would not be participating in the 2015 competition “due to money”, as reported by the Straits Times last week. “We were unable to find a …

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