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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Bill Ng 'still eligible to run for FAS president - EC chairman

Jason Dasey and PJ Roberts highlight Singapore's high-profile June friendly against Argentina, and the pending FA election.
Bill Ng
Bill Ng, right, is still able to take part in Saturday's FAS election despite the ongoing probe into Singapore football.

Hougang United and Tiong Bahru FC chairman Bill Ng is still eligible to run for president in Saturday's Football Association of Singapore (FAS) election, despite ongoing police investigations.

K. Bala Chandran, chairman of the ad hoc electoral committee (EC) of FAS, confirmed Ng's participation, while adding that FIFA would reserve the right to postpone the elections.

Singapore authorities are investigating the alleged misuse of funds at amateur club Tiong Bahru, including a S$500,000 donation from...

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Team LKT 'did not know' about S$500,000 donation to AFF

Jason Dasey and PJ Roberts highlight Singapore's high-profile June friendly against Argentina, and the pending FA election.
Lim Kia Tong
Lim Kia Tong says he did not know about a S$500,000 donation from presidential rival Bill Ng to AFF via FAS in 2015.

Former Football Association of Singapore (FAS) vice-president Lim Kia Tong said he had no knowledge of a S$500,000 donation in 2015 that ended up going to the ASEAN Football Federation (AFF).

Lim heads up Team LKT, who are running against Team Game Changers in Saturday's FAS elections. The money for AFF came from Game Changers' boss, Bill Ng, who said he intended for the funds to be used for Singapore grassroots' football development rather than for a regional body. Either Ng or Lim is likely to...

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FIFA monitoring Singapore elections after SportSG lodges police report

Jason Dasey and PJ Roberts highlight Singapore's high-profile June friendly against Argentina, and the pending FA election.

FIFA has confirmed that it is monitoring the build up to the Football Association of Singapore (FAS) elections on April 29 after the country's national sports agency filed a police report against a club affiliated to one of the two presidential candidates.

Sport Singapore (SportSG) revealed on Thursday that it had approached the police to look into the alleged misuse of funds at National Football League club Tiong Bahru FC, whose chairman is Bill Ng of Team Game Changers.

Game Changers are vying...

 By Gabriel Tan

FAS general secretary Winston Lee hits back at Bill Ng over donation to AFF

FAS general-secretary Winston Lee, far right, says Hougang United chairman Bill Ng was aware his 2015 donation was for AFF.

The latest twist in the ongoing saga that is the upcoming elections of Football Association of Singapore (FAS) has seen general-secretary Winston Lee hit back at claims of impropriety on the management of donations.

Singapore football is entrenched in the lead-up to its first-ever election of the FAS executive committee, which is scheduled to take place on April 29.

Team LKT, comprising several members of the previous executive committee and headed by former vice-president Lim Kia Tong, is vying...

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AFF says S$500,000 donation from Singapore came straight from FAS

Singapore winger Faris Ramli joins ESPN FC's Jason Dasey to talk about his aspirations for both club and country in 2017.
Bill Ng
Hougang United chairman Bill Ng, right, says he thought his donation would be used to help Singapore grassroots football.

A donation of S$500,000 to the ASEAN Football Federation (AFF) in 2015 came directly from Football Association (FAS) of Singapore, according to a statement on the Southeast Asian body's official website.

This appears to contradict an assurance from FAS that the money was a gift from Hougang United and Tiong Bahru FC chairman Bill Ng.

Ng is contesting the FAS elections on April 29 as head of Team Game Changers, running against Team LKT, helmed by ex-FAS vice-president Lim Kia Tong.

In its statement,...