Move over Nasi Lemak Burger. Malaysia has a new nasi lemak.
The Football Association of Malaysia (FAM) has been fined US$30,000 (S$40,874) by the Asian Football Confederation.
The fines come two and a half months after fans of the Malaysian national team repeated chants of ‘anjing’ or dogs targeted at Singaporeans and Bruneians during the recent Southeast Asian Games in Kuala Lumpur. Continue reading “You say ANJING. You kena fine.”
Three months after her One Championship win over Malaysian Ann Osman in Kuala Lumpur, Singaporean May Ooi is set to get back in the cage again.
Four world-renowned clubs sides – Manchester United, Valencia, Fulham and Urawa Reds – have confirmed their participation for the JSSL Professional Academies 7s which will be held in Singapore at the Padang in April 2018. Continue reading “Top football youth sides set for Padang battle”
How often does a penalty shootout go all the way till it reaches a scoreline of 20-19? Continue reading “It ain’t over till its over…”
After collecting 64.1 points over seven rounds, Singapore’s Kyra Poh emerged as the world freestyle junior champion at the biennial FAI World Indoor Skydiving Championship in Canada. Continue reading “Singapore’s Kyra rules.”
Former Singapore national football coach Bernd Stange hit out against the Singapore government for the current state of football in Singapore. Continue reading “Government has no desire to develop football: Bernd Stange”
A nasty accident involving a $750,000 red McLaren and a taxi happened in the wee hours of the morning along Yishun Avenue 1. Continue reading “McClaren and taxi crash off Yishun. Yishun, again.”
Singaporean boxer Muhamad “The Chosen Wan” Ridhwan lifted the International Boxing Organisation (IBO) super featherweight title after he defeated Namibia’s Nathanael “Iron Fists” Sebastian at Suntec Convention and Exhibition Centre on 20 October. Continue reading “He’s the Unbeaten Wan.”
After being ranked 173rd in the latest world football rankings, Football Association of Singapore President Lim Kia Tong said today in a statement that the “the National Team’s performances have been improving, although the results might not have gone their way.” Continue reading “Lions have been improving: FAS President Lim Kia Tong”