It is a hat-trick which Singaporean clubs should not be proud of.
A grassroots club through and through, Eunos Crescent Football Club was founded in 1975 and has been around for 42 years now.
They may have finished the season in sixth spot in the 2016 Great Eastern-Yeo’s S.League but Hougang United have surely started 2017 as champions of the dressing room.
Luke O’Nien wants to play football for Singapore. Luke who? Well, we were wondering for a bit too.
Singapore’s woeful football run continued when S.League side Tampines Rovers crashed out of the Asian Football Confederation’s (AFC) Asian Champions League at the first hurdle.
With the backing of the Ministry of Defence, Singapore Armed Forces Football Club (SAFFC) was one of Singapore’s most successful S.League clubs.
One of Singapore’s longest serving national team members Baihakki Khaizan will return to the S.League for the first time since 2009 when he turned out for Geylang United.
It was only months ago ahead of the 2016 Suzuki Cup that news reports ran stories about how S.League side Tampines Rovers were slashing salaries to adopt a more sustainable club management strategy.
Singapore’s Central Provident Fund (CPF) Board has asked local S.League clubs to pay contributions owed to its Prime League players.