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style mesti ada museum: #4

September 25, 2011

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#4: FAS coaching course booklet and application form from 1977. The courses, of which there were 17 that year, were conducted by the Football Association of Singapore’s director of coaching Trevor Hartley. A former West Ham player, Hartley had managed English lower division side Bournemouth before arriving in Singapore in 1977.¬†Aside from setting up the […]

Gloom at the NFA

September 15, 2011

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‘Rage, rage against the dying of the light.’ Will the Lions’ 6-4 aggregate win over Malaysia in July’s World Cup qualifier prove to be a desperate, final flourish – the closing of Singapore’s dominant chapter in the Causeway rivalry? Given that Radojko Avramovic’s men had the better of the Malaysians at both Jalan Besar and […]