News reports have emerged that Germany’s 2014 World Cup winner Lukas Podolski is keen to play for Johor Darul Ta’zim FC (JDT).
Singapore’s young national under-18 side have all but crashed out of the Asian Football Confederation’s (AFC) U19 tournament.
There are Singaporean athletes representing the country across various sports who are only receiving $600 a year (or $50 a month on average) as training assistance grants (spexTAG) from government agency Sport Singapore under its High Performance Sports policy.
It has to go down as a football match which has been made in S.League heaven, no less.
Even if you were not a football fan, it would have been hard to miss the news about Sutton United’s reserve goalkeeper Wayne Shaw ahead of the English FA Cup tie against Arsenal on 20 February.
With 186 teams competing in 34 divisions and with over 2,600 youth players from all over Singapore playing football, surely the JSSL Leagues has to be the most successful privately-organised youth football leagues for both boys and girls in Singapore.
After worried Singapore football fans took to social media to express their unhappiness at how Singapore midfielder Hariss Harun could well be without a club for a year, it looks like the problem is now solved.
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.
It was conceived as an idea to fill up the event days at the National Stadium at the Singapore Sports Hub by the winning consortium.