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SINGAPOREAN S-LEAGUE

2018/2019 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
5 null 7 7 9 28
6 Balestier 7 5 11 26
7 Young Lions 5 6 12 21
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Hougang UnitedHougang United
Balestier KhalsaBalestier Khalsa
0
1
FT
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Balestier KhalsaBalestier Khalsa
Albirex NiigataAlbirex Niigata
0
3
FT
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Home UnitedHome United
Balestier KhalsaBalestier Khalsa
2
0
FT
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Balestier KhalsaBalestier Khalsa
Tampines RoversTampines Rovers
0
1
FT
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Tampines RoversTampines Rovers
Hougang UnitedHougang United
5
1
FT
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Albirex NiigataAlbirex Niigata
Balestier KhalsaBalestier Khalsa
2
1
FT
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Michel Sablon must help fill Singapore void after S.League exodus

As a dismal 2017 for Singapore football draws to a close, John Wilkinson joins Jason Dasey to reveal his hopes for 2018.

Almost every day, another Lion seems to leave Singapore.

Another seasoned pro swaps the S.League's age quotas for the greater flexibility of a foreign league. Another household name heads elsewhere.

As the exodus accelerates, the headline almost writes itself. Would the last Singapore international to leave the S.League, please turn out the lights?

But the mass migration of senior Lions was inevitable once the Football Association of Singapore unveiled its youth development plans.

The depressing...

 By Kenneth Tan

Singapore youngster Adam Swandi builds future with Albirex Niigata (S)

As a dismal 2017 for Singapore football draws to a close, John Wilkinson joins Jason Dasey to reveal his hopes for 2018.

For the first time since their inception in the S.League in 2004, Japanese invitees Albirex Niigata (S) will have Singaporean players on their roster, having signed playmaker Adam Swandi and goalkeeper Shahul Rayyan.

The White Swans have swept all four domestic trophies, including the 2016 and 2017 S.League titles in the past two seasons. They exercised the option to sign two local players under the new regulations set out by the Football Association of Singapore (FAS) for the 2018 S.League season.

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Singapore football must build a star overseas to create a brighter 2018

As a dismal 2017 for Singapore football draws to a close, John Wilkinson joins Jason Dasey to reveal his hopes for 2018.

After the annus horribilis that was 2017, the only way is up for Singapore football.

So with the New Year upon us, here are five hopeful wishes for the local game in 2018.

1. Build a star overseas

Fandi Ahmad swung his left boot, the ball flashed past Walter Zenga and a superstar was born. The Singaporean's goal against Inter Milan in the UEFA Cup for Groningen in 1983 elevated the sport's status. There's no national service quite like it. A foreign trailblazer in a superior league works wonders...

 By Kenneth Tan

Philippe Aw to stay at Hougang United, vows to lift Singapore football

Despite failing to achieve their preseason target of achieving at least one piece of silverware, Hougang United will stick with coach Philippe Aw for the 2018 S.League season.

Speaking after his side's 1-0 S.League defeat to Balestier Khalsa on Thursday night, the 39-year-old revealed that he has been handed a one-year extension to his one-year contract.

"Well, I'm actually on a two-year deal," he said. "The club offered me another year just two months into the season because they believed in my...

 By Kenneth Tan

Hougang United stuck in sixth after Balestier upset them

Hougang UnitedHougang United
Balestier KhalsaBalestier Khalsa
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1
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Hougang United will finish in a disappointing sixth position in their 2017 S.League campaign after a 1-0 defeat to third-from-bottom Balestier Khalsa at Hougang Stadium on Thursday night.

Hazzuwan Halim's second-half penalty was enough to separate the sides in a tight affair, with Hougang now having no chance of overhauling Warriors FC for fifth place.

Hougang almost got off to the best possible start by scoring within a minute, but captain Nurhilmi Jasni was unable to direct home Iqbal Hussain's...