S.League

The S.League is the top professional football (soccer) league in Singapore. Launched in 1996, the league currently involves 10 teams. They are Albirex Niigata FC (Singapore), Balestier Khalsa FC, Brunei DPMM, Courts Young Lions, Geylang United FC, Harimau Muda, Home United FC, Hougang United, Tampines Rovers FC and Warriors FC.

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  • Young Lions to escape axe, will continue until 2019 SEA Games at least

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    Young Lions to escape axe, will continue until 2019 SEA Games at least Jason Dasey and John Wilkinson discuss the new rule that will make S.League sides more youthful and examine the future of the national team.Despite previous calls for it to be disbanded, the Garena Young Lions project is set to continue for at least another two years.According to The New Paper, Singapore club chairmen will be informed of the decision by the Football Association of Singapore (FAS) on Tuesday. It will see Young Lions playing in the 2018 and 2019 editions of the S.League.This will allow FAS head coach of youth Fandi Ahmad to prepare the team, essentially the country's under-23 side, for the 2019 Southeast Asian (SEA)...

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  • Selangor set to swoop for Faris Ramli as final import for 2018 MSL

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    Selangor set to swoop for Faris Ramli as final import for 2018 MSL With Hassan Sunny and Safuwan Baharudin set to join new clubs, PJ Roberts says more Singapore internationals should be playing abroad.Malaysia Super League (MSL) side Selangor are set to swoop for Singapore international winger Faris Ramli.The Home United winger, who has won 40 caps for his country, arrived home from a honeymoon trip to London and Paris on Saturday, eager to sort out of his future.He has the option to stay in the S.League for the 2018 season, but his contract allows him to be released for the appropriate offer.Selangor have been busy in the transfer window, adding Indonesian internationals Evan Dimas and Ilham...

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  • S.League funding cuts for 2018 season 'not as bad' as feared - report

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    S.League funding cuts for 2018 season 'not as bad' as feared - report Jason Dasey and John Wilkinson discuss the new rule that will make S.League sides more youthful and examine the future of the national team.Funding for Singapore's S.League is set to be reduced by just 20 percent for the 2018 season, which will come as good news for its beleaguered clubs.It was originally reported that the annual $$16 million allowance from the Singapore Totalisator Board (Tote Board) would be cut in half. However, it is now believed that the country's only professional league will receive S$13 million -- a reduction of only S$3 million, according to The New Paper.Football Association of Singapore (FAS) has received...

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  • Former S.League player to lose Singapore citizenship for match fixing

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    Former S.League player to lose Singapore citizenship for match fixing Jason Dasey and John Wilkinson discuss the new rule that will make S.League sides more youthful and examine the future of the national team.PJ Roberts reflects on Winston Lee's impact on football in Singapore, as well as the direction of the national team and S.League in 2018.With Hassan Sunny and Safuwan Baharudin set to join new clubs, PJ Roberts says more Singapore internationals should be playing abroad.Jason Dasey and Dez Corkhill reflect on Albirex Niigata's campaign after they clinched a second straight S.League title.Home United's Faris Ramli laments Home United's missed chances as they see the S.League title slip further out of reach.The former S.League player who spent more than two years in prison for his alleged role in a global match-fixing syndicate is now likely to be stripped of his Singapore citizenship.Mali-born Gaye Alassane, who played for Gombak United in the S.League and some non-professional Singapore clubs, was served with a Notice of Proposed Deprivation of Citizenship under Article 133(1) of the Constitution on Thursday."I was shocked when I heard the news this morning, and, of course I feel terrible about...

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