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Small Countries, Big Dreamers

Hong Kong, like Singapore, is a small country. They’ve got a big noisy neighbour and at times can get lost in the world of elite football due to their size – just like us. This past week’s double header of friendlies for our Lionesses against Hong Kong showed that there is a gulf in experience. […]

La Décision: Los Blancos Left At the Altar

How Real Madrid should deal with rejection… Well, Real Madrid, are we ok? Are we dealing with this well? Because I have seen some of the reactions to the Mbappé decision in the Spanish media, and it appears we clearly are not dealing with this in a responsible and reasonable manner. It is ok, Madridistas. […]

La Décision: Mbappé Stays

On Kylian Mbappé’s transfer saga and the coming future in Paris… Well, it is finally over. Kylian Mbappé is staying in Paris. The wonderkid forward signed a three year contract with PSG, keeping him at the club until 2025. After months upon months of transfer speculation, theories, and assumptions, Mbappé finally got it over with […]

The Missing Piece?: On Erling Håland’s Move to Manchester City

And now we will witness the firepower of this fully armed and operational battle station… Well, the inevitable has happened. Erling Håland has chosen his next team, and it is the one we all expected it to be this whole time. Erling Håland will sign for Manchester City after agreeing to personal terms with the […]

Raising The Bar: Woodlands Lions Sends Quartet For Croatia Training Stint

While most 16-year-old Singaporeans will be busy burying their faces in books during this June Holiday as they prepare for their upcoming GCE ‘O’ and ‘N’ Level examinations, three promising footballers from Woodlands Lions will be given a golden opportunity to live a European dream. Woodlands Lions is undoubtedly a team that loves to make […]

Galácticos 2.0? : On Antonio Rüdiger’s Move to Real Madrid

The first major domino of the summer transfer window has fallen, as Chelsea’s stalwart German center back Antonio Rüdiger will be moving to Real Madrid on a free transfer. His contract saga was one of the main stories of the Premier League season, and when paired with the ownership issues at Chelsea, the departure of […]

The Next Lion Up: Glenn Kweh

Donning the Singapore jersey brings something special out of Glenn Kweh. With three goals in nine games for the U23s, he’s the next Young Lion’s player to have been called up to the senior team and deservedly so. He dazzled fans at the recently concluded Southeast Asian Games in Vietnam as well as last year’s […]

Magic of the Copa

Real Betis, Valencia, and the cup final that football fans didn’t know we needed… It is Saturday as I write this. The day of the Copa del Rey Final, the crowning match of Spain’s biggest cup competition. It was an occasion years in the making for multiple reasons, but from an outside perspective, it just […]

The Swan Army: Saluting Fairoz Hasan

From Staring The Face Of Retirement To The Albirex’s First Singaporean Captain When Fairoz came in during the mid-transfer window of 2020, not many Swans knew who Fairoz was and what he could bring to the team. Yet, question marks were erased when Fairoz gave us a spirited performance, bringing passion and aggression on the […]

Leading the Line, What it Means to be A Number 9

The number nine, a number synonymous with goals, excitement and above all responsibility. Vasileios Chua, better known as Zikos or Bill to the Singaporean football community, is a dying breed, a traditional number nine with proper striker instincts. To Zikos, ‘leading the line’ is something that he’s had to grow into in his young career. […]

Better Late Than Never: How Jared Gallagher Turned Pro for His Love Of The Game Part 2

Personally, I find it rather interesting that Jared wrote an article on unorthodox pathways to Singapore professional football. Perhaps, it’s a way to express his own story – one where he himself undertook an alternative route. In part 1, we looked at Jared’s footballing journey in Shanghai and Hong Kong, where he turned out for […]

Manchester United Are Going Dutch

On Manchester United’s newly announced manager and the positives, and concerns, about the United project… So…it’s going to be ten Hag. As initially reported by The Athletic‘s David Ornstein, Manchester United have reached an agreement in principle with Ajax manager Erik ten Hag to be the next man on the touchline at Old Trafford. While […]

Burnley’s Hero Says Goodbye

On Sean Dyche’s shocking dismissal and where Burnley must go from here… Well, I was not quite expecting for us to be here, but here we are… Burnley announced about a week ago that they have parted ways with long-time manager Sean Dyche effective immediately. The longest tenured active manager in the Premier League, as […]

We All Live In the Yellow Submarine

Villarreal CF’s hilariously improbable rise to where they are now… Today we are going to discuss some human geography. The town of Villarreal, or Vila-real in local dialect, is a small community located in the province of Castellón and within the autonomous Valencian Community along the eastern coast of Spain. It is a town of […]

Diego Simeone’s War Against Football Aesthetics

And why the rampant condescending complaints about “Cholismo” are exactly that… Earlier this week, Manchester City defeated Atlético Madrid 1-0 in the first leg of their Champions League quarterfinal match up in a grueling and difficult game at the Etihad Stadium. While not an ideal result for Los Colchoneros, having likely wanted the 0-0 in […]

Our 2022 SPL Team of The Week #5

The Singapore Premier League was back in action following a two-week international break that saw the Lions edge past Malaysia and the Philippines in the Tri-Nation Series. With great results at the national stage, we hoped that this would translate into higher quality fixtures over the weekend. Friday evening saw Lion City Sailors take on […]

Where Have You Gone, Marcus Rashford?

A nation turns its lonely eyes to you… Disappearing on the pitch. Absent off the pitch. Abused by supporters. Criticized by the media. Man United future in question. Dropped out of the England team. What in the world is wrong with Marcus Rashford? It is the question on everyone’s mind this season. The English winger […]

Our 2022 SPL Team Of The Week #4

Game Week 4 sees all four teams in action once again with yet another barrage of goals for us to feast on. There were two fixtures on both Friday and Saturday evenings. On Friday evening, Tampines Rovers took on Hougang United following their certainly eventful fixture against Lion City Sailors where they had two disallowed […]


A recap of just how much has changed based on those famous 45 minutes in Madrid… So…the magic of the Champions League, huh? The ability to feel down and defeated in one moment and be brilliantly on top in the next. The ability for the story to change in a split second. It only takes […]

Our SPL Team of The Week #3 (Feat. SG Football Podcast.)

The weather may not have been the best this weekend, with the downpour delaying certain fixtures. But the goals also rained this Singapore Premier League Game Week, with a total of 19 goals spread across the four matches – also worth pointing out that it’s great to have all teams finally feature this weekend. For […]

Looking In The Mirror

On Roman Abramovich’s sale of Chelsea, football fans’ introspection regarding the state of the game, and the blurred lines between football and geopolitics… We could truly be reaching the end of an era. Roman Abramovich, the controversial Russian billionaire oligarch who has been the owner of Chelsea Football Club since 2003, has announced today that […]

Our 2022 SPL Team of The Week #2 (Feat. Lions Of Asia)

We’re joined by our friends from Lions Of Asia for this week who will co-pick the team! Another weekend flew by us as we saw witnessed entertaining fixtures that demonstrated some plausibly serious ramifications for the title race. Kim Do Hoon reshuffled his Lion City Sailors starting eleven for their fixture against Geylang International and […]

My Cambodian Diary: Reflections On the AFF U-23 Championship

As I trudged off the field, hearing the cheers and roars of the thousand Vietnamese fans in attendance, seeing my teammates limping into the tunnel, knowing that we had not just lost, but lost in that fashion, I was distraught. Regardless of the circumstances which plagued the team, I didn’t perform to my potential. We […]

Our 2022 SPL Team of The Week #1

We’ve decided to bring back the Team Of The Week series for yet another season! The Singapore Premier League has finally returned and we were once again delighted to another weekend of thrills and spills. Albirex Niigata (S) suffered a shock defeat to Tanjong Pagar United as the Jaguars held firmly to their lead, denied […]

A Stunning Season Opener: Clinical Jaguars Shock White Swans

Since returning to the league in 2020, Tanjong Pagar United have made Jurong East Stadium their home and co-share the venue with Albirex Niigata. Thus, the “Western Derby” was born. Following last season’s 4-4 thriller between both sides on the last day of the season, fans knew that it was going to be a cracker […]

The Swan Army: Japan Is The Aim

Since 2014, Albirex Niigata (S) have embarked on efforts to nurture young Singaporeans with the establishment of Yuhua Albirex Football Academy. Now, some eight years after, the White Swans have Singaporean players in their youth and Senior teams. So, what is the long-term goal for Albirex? Before 2018, the purpose of Albirex was to provide […]

2021/22 LaLiga Stories Part 5: The Mighty Rayo

How a small team from a barrio in southern Madrid are taking on the giants this season… In Part 4, we looked at one of the best stories of the season for one of the teams outside of the top four. Now, we will look at the team that might be the surprise of the […]

A High Stakes Encounter : The 2022 AIA Community Shield

In a few hours, Lion City Sailors and Albirex Niigata (S) will draw swords and battle for the 2022 AIA Community Shield. Many label Community (or Charity) Shield fixtures as over-glorified friendlies, with teams often fielding fringe players in their lineup. The traditional curtain-raiser for the season may not be taken seriously in many parts […]

Changing Stripes: A New Chapter Begins For Oriol Mohedano at Svay Rieng

When I last interviewed Oriol Mohedano, the Tiger Tactician was approaching his 100th game for Angkor Tiger and finished the 2021 campaign as a centurion. In the current global football landscape, it is indeed rare to witness football coaches reaching this pinnacle. However, after 5 seasons with the Tiger, Oriol crossed the 100-game mark, transforming […]

2021/22 LaLiga Stories Part 4: The Brothers Williams

How the resurgent and youthful Lions of Bilbao also share one of the league’s most heartwarming stories… In Part 3, we examined the struggles of Barcelona and Atlético Madrid which took them from expected league title contenders for merely fighting for their right to be in European competition next season. But now, we will look […]

2021/22 LaLiga Stories Part 3: Fallen Giants

The plight of Barcelona and Atlético Madrid… In Part 2, we talked about Sevilla and Real Betis, the surprise title chargers who have taken LaLiga by storm and positioned themselves well within the top four places in the league. But when two places at the top open up for others, it means those top teams […]

Understanding Tanjong Pagar’s Goals For 2022: A Chat With Noh Alam Shah

The previous year was surely one to remember for Tanjong Pagar United. The club notched its first win in 2,361 days (obviously they sat out of the league for several years but they suffered a winless 2020 season). More importantly, we witnessed the Jaguars finally live up to their “Dark Horse” tag in the latter […]

2021/22 LaLiga Stories Part 2: Solid Sevilla and Brilliant Betis

The Andalusian fire at the heart of the title race in Spain… In Part 1, we talked about Real Madrid. The obvious story. The global behemoth that is currently sitting atop the LaLiga table. But now we need to talk about the opposition, those that are coming for the royal, white-clad league leaders. There are […]

2021/22 LaLiga Stories Part 1: The Indomitable Real Madrid

A familiar name at the top of the pile…for now? There have been many interesting stories and headlines around Europe’s Top Five Leagues so far this season, and maybe none of the leagues has been quite as intriguing as LaLiga. Spain’s top flight has a routine current leader, sure, but it becomes more curious and […]

An Alternative Route To Singaporean Professional Football

In a sport that is equally political as it is reliant on skill and determination, we often forget that even in the small market that is Singaporean football, many players take atypical routes to the top of the game, making their rise more remarkable and commendable.     This can definitely be said for Ryhan Stewart, who […]

Better Late Than Never: How Jared Gallagher Turned Pro for His Love Of The Game Part 1

Many Singaporeans would remember the wonder-strike by Nur Adam during the 2022 AFC U-23 Asian Cup Qualification fixture between the Singapore U-22s and the Korea U-22 teams. While Nur Adam’s goal was certainly memorable, it was another moment during the last few minutes that I would forever cherish. As the game was drawing to a […]

Introducing Our Newest Addition: Singapore U-22 and Young Lions Player Jared Gallagher

It’s the transfer window but Singapore Premier League clubs aren’t the only ones that are shopping. We’ve done some wheeling and dealing of our own and we’ve snapped up a great addition to the squad. We are pleased to announce that Singapore U-22 international and Young Lions utility player Jared Gallagher has joined the SoccerKakis […]

The Swan Army: When a Singaporean Had A Japanese Dream

A pioneer is an individual who is one of the first few to do something and paves the way for the next generations to continue. In more ways than one, Adam Swandi was a pioneer for all Singaporeans back in 2018 when he played for Albirex Niigata Singapore. It was a bold step to join […]

2022’s Potential Breakout Stars: Part 2

A few more to finish out the side… If you have not read Part 1 yet, you can find it here. Now, we finish out this series with a few more bright stars poised for a breakout season. Charlie Patino, Arsenal/England Arsenal’s Hale End Academy has been one of the topics of choice for English […]

Is Amy Recha The Missing Piece In The Hougang United Puzzle?

When Amy Recha announced his departure from Geylang International last season, many were curious about where the “Fox in the Box” would land. After all, Amy had a stellar 2021 season. He was a standout player and a consistent performer for the Eagles, with 12 goals and 3 assists. After months of speculation, his decision […]

Kyoga Nakamura and Tampines Rovers Have Set a New Precedent With This Five-Year Deal

When news of Kyoga Nakamura’s five-year contract extension first came to light, I was overjoyed. The Tampines Rovers midfielder has been a consistent performer in the Singapore Premier League and is a true joy to watch whenever he takes to the field. The thought of seeing such a talented player him feature in the SPL […]

Podcast: The UCL Redraw, Europa League Predictions & AFF Suzuki Cup Thoughts

This week, we finally unveil the mystery man that is Jack Transou – SoccerKakis co-founder and chief editor – as we finally launch our video podcast series. But besides this monumental face reveal, we will be discussing several key topics in this episode. Watch the full episode via the link above! If you don’t like […]

2022’s Potential Breakout Stars: Part 1

The young future talents to keep an eye on in the new year… As we tick over from 2021 to 2022, we all wonder as football fans what this new year will bring for the teams and players we love. Who will win the major trophies? What will the world’s biggest stars do? How will […]

The Search For Tatsuma Yoshida’s Successor Needs Time. But Will Singaporeans Be Patient?

Tatsuma Yoshida resigned, and his departure means that Singapore is now missing a national team head coach in addition to a permanent technical director. If the local football fraternity isn’t concerned, it better be. For one, if we really want to transform the dream of reaching the 2034 World Cup into reality, we need competent […]

2021’s End of Year Superlatives

Capping off our best of the best in 2021… We’ve had quite a year, haven’t we? Ups and downs. Surprises and shocks. Big games. The return of fans. 2021 has been fun for European football, and I am here to celebrate some of the best players, games, moments, and other things as a way to […]

My Team of the 21/22 Season So Far

Kicking off our end of 2021 discussions with a look at this season… So, we are not quite sure when you will be reading this, so just to make sure we cover our bases… Merry Christmas. Happy Holidays. Joyeux Noël. Feliz Navidad. Frohe Weinachten. Buon Natale. Whatever holiday you may celebrate, whether it be Christmas […]

The Fox in the Box: The Amy Recha Story Part 2

In part 1, we looked at how Amy began his football journey. He started his professional career with Geylang International in 2011 and finished the 2015 season with Young Lions. In this second part, we continue his journey by looking at what transpired following his return to Geylang in 2016 until the 2020 AFF Suzuki […]

Spreading The Festive Spirit – A Tampines Rovers Initiative to Help Migrant Workers

Before the pandemic outbreak, migrant workers had always been a marginalised and often forgotten community in Singapore. Yet, they have become increasingly isolated once COVID-19 restrictions kicked into full gear. As things stand, these migrant workers have been largely restricted to the confines of their dormitories, and they have minimal ability to travel out for […]

The Toffee Tragedy

The current state of Rafa Benitez’s Everton and how the train so quickly fell off the tracks… If you would allow me a moment to indulge in the misery of supporting Everton, I think it would help me update the readership on how the Rafa Benítez era has gone at this club. I wrote twice […]

We need to Keep Things In Perspective – Aftermath of Thailand 2-0 Singapore

When the final whistle blew, a chorus of boos echoed throughout the National Stadium, drowning out the applause from a select few of the Singapore faithful. It was abundantly clear that Singaporean fans were disappointed by the national team’s performance against Thailand. With eleven changes made by Thailand head coach Alexandré ‘Mano’ Pölking, there was […]

Drama, Records & Goals: What Made Philippines 1-2 Thailand A Thrilling Affair

Sheer physicality, abundant pace, and luck. These are the ingredients supposedly necessary for Southeast Asian sides to take away points from Thailand. The Philippines came close. While they had the former two features, the latter one eluded them in the final 13 minutes of regulation time. Lead Up to The Fixture The past decade has […]

Podcast: United vs Arsenal An Analysis [Better Late Than Never]

This was supposed to be uploaded sometime the past few days but unfortunately, work has bogged me down. Alas, it is better late than never. In what would be Carrick’s last game as a Manchester United’s employee, let alone caretaker head coach, the red devils managed to put a solid performance against the gunners. Arsenal […]

Man United Actually Did Something Smart

On the arrival of Ralf Rangnick and what this means for the direction of United… Well, United made a hire. They made one rather quickly, and while it is not their permanent hire, it is one that was still relatively quick as it needed to be. And…well…they did something good. Very good. Surprisingly good, in […]

The Crew: Feelings and Thoughts on Stipe Plazibat’s Departure

Hi, my name is Joseph Jireh, I am 21 this year and I have been a Lion City Sailors’ fan since early 2020 when the new project was announced. Before I go into the details and all I would like to start by caveating that I will never be able to do justice to what […]

Our 2021 SoccerKakis SPL Team of The Season

The 2021 Singapore Premier League season had its fair share of thrills and spills and will be memorable for numerous reasons (depending on who you ask of course). That being said, we have finally created our picks for the SPL 2021 Season – well we had for some time now but the global pandemic has […]

Tragic, Yet Inevitable: The Solskjær Ending

Reflecting on the end of the Solskjær reign at Manchester United… Well, it has finally happened. After a five hour emergency board meeting, Manchester United have decided to part ways with manager Ole Gunnar Solskjær following United’s humiliating 4-1 defeat to Watford at Vicarage Road on Saturday. The United hero, the “Baby-Faced Assassin”, the man […]

The Four Teams You Should Be Watching This Season

But who may not have the attention they deserve… We are currently about a third of the way into the season, and we have our clear contenders for league and continental silverware coming to the fore. Teams like Man City, Liverpool, Chelsea, Bayern Munich, and Real Madrid remain the global colossal teams full of the […]

My Apology to Ajax Amsterdam

Time to address my worst take from the Podcast… So, time for a quick apology. I had a take that was so bad, that aged so poorly, that I needed to respond to it. On our Champions League preview podcast, I made a prediction that I thought was at least a bit bold but not […]

Who could Manchester United’s Next Manager potentially be?

Ole’s lost the wheel With the humiliating defeat at Old Trafford, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s job is on the line. Losing 5-0 to United’s biggest and bitter rivals, Liverpool, with no identity, no patterns of play and schoolboy tactics, Ole has lost the fans and the dressing room. However, with the boards’ incompetence and Sir Alex […]

The Fox in the Box: The Amy Recha Story Part 1

When Geylang International started their 2021 campaign, it seems like the Eagles were struck by lighting. A dark cloud seemed to loom over the club and setback after setback fell upon them. Of course, most eyes would have been on Lion City Sailors and their journey to the Singapore Premier League title, but if you’re […]

Podcast: Ripping The Band-Aid Off – Discussing Man Utd, Everton, & Lyon Woes

Well, we dive into some uncomfortable territory. Vikram and Jack talk about their favourite teams’ recent woes. In particular, Vikram is feeling the after-effects of Liverpool’s 5-1 thrashing of the Red Devils while Jack discusses how Everton and Lyon’s recent form has been rather dreadful as well. How do we feel about our teams’ respectful […]

Podcast: The El Clásico and Atléti vs La Real Reviews

Yes, it may be a tad bit late but the points we make are still kinda great (or we hope they are). We did an El Clásico preview with our good friend Russell from The Goal Assembly before the clash of the titans – one without Lionel Messi mind you – and we felt it […]

How Do We Raise The Stock Of Singaporean Football Players?

While the eternal optimist in me sees positives from our World Cup Qualifiers, many reckoned that Singapore’s showings were abysmal. Likewise, I think Tampines Rovers displayed a lot of grit and showed determination in their AFC Champions League run, but to the uninformed and ignorant external observer, they would look at the scoreline of the […]

A New Era: The Danger Of Lion City Sailors’ Long Term Dominance

After seven long years, we finally have a Singaporean club lifting the Singapore Premier League. Seven long years of sheer frustration watching foreign sides lifting the league title, of withstanding ridicule from our Southeast Asian neighbours, of bitter disappointment with our domestic football predicament.   Lion City Sailors have emerged as champions. If the lead up […]

The Newcastle United Post-Takeover Checklist

What the Toon need to do with their newfound wealth… Well, Newcastle are rich now. As you likely have seen, it was the news story that dominated the headlines recently, the much-discussed and controversial takeover of Newcastle United was revived and finalized, making the English northeastern giants the richest club in world football and ending […]

UEFA Nations League Final: A Postmortem

Victory for France but optimism for Spain… Two weeks ago, we saw the final resolution of the 2021 UEFA Nations League, with France taking home the honors after a 2-1 come from behind victory against Spain at the San Siro. For a competition that many viewed as glorified friendlies, and one that I quite frankly […]

Manchester United Are Ole in

Before the season began, everyone was arguing how things were changing inside Old Trafford with the appointment of Darren Fletcher appointed as technical director and Matt Judge in charge of negotiating transfers and contracts. There was an air of optimism with the huge signings of Cristiano Ronaldo, Raphael Varane and Jadon Sancho. With such a […]

Podcast: Our 2021 UEFA Nations League Final Predictions

It’s yet another edition of the UEFA Nations League Finals and this time we have a mouthwatering clash on our plates. The reigning world champions France, take on a young and vibrant Spanish side that has the potential to emerge victorious from their bout. Elsewhere, the third-place match sees Belgium and Italy hash it out. […]

Podcast: Our Europa League Group Stage Predictions

Just a disclaimer, but this was recorded before the Europa League started! While the UEFA Europa Conference League is the new kid on the block, the Europa League went through some changes itself. The number of groups has dropped from 12 to 8 – similar to the Champions League. Interestingly, the reduced number of participants […]

The Fans Forum: Khertan’s Top 5 Premier League Signings of the Transfer Window

An Article by Khertan Harshad Ramanan The transfer window is closed and now it’s time to wrap up the best signings made in this summer transfer window. Emi Buendía Coming from the Championship, Emi Buendia is ready to play in the PL. Buendia was named SkyBet Championship Player of the Season after he played a […]

The Ronald Koeman Conundrum

And why the answer may not be as clear as many think… Well, it is time to talk about Barcelona again. While it feels like there are only a few common threads that continue to be pulled on in this blog, you can hardly blame us for focusing on the central stories in the sport. […]

The Question of the Premier League’s TV Rights

Are we better off today than we were four years ago?… I am once again dabbling in a largely American-centered topic, but I think the overall message of this is applicable to everyone. So bear with me here. It is time to talk about sports television. We need to discuss how football is covered. Football […]

Our Singapore Premier League Team of the Week #18

It was another weekend of SPL action and we experienced yet another twist in the title race. Tampines Rovers, who has struggled since returning from their maiden AFC Champions League voyage, put in a solid performance to hold Albirex Niigata to a draw and deny them valuable three points. However, that draw meant nothing unless […]

The Arctic Fox – Danny Kim

On the 1st of November 1983, Kim Pan-keun made history for the football-mad nation of South Korea by attaining a National Cap at the young age of 17 years and 241 days. The record still stands today. Nicknamed the ‘Ground Fox’, he won the K-League twice while racking up a reputation for being one of […]

Our Singapore Premier League Team of The Week #17

Better late than never… First and foremost, apologies for the delay for the team of the week for last week. A packed schedule meant that it was going to be a while before I could churn this out. Regardless, what a weekend it was. Albirex Niigata and Lion City Sailors put on an entertaining display […]

Eight Players to Watch in LaLiga This Season

Mainly because we have nice pictures for them now… So the LaLiga season kicked off a few weeks ago, and it has already produced some very interesting results. Fresh off of Atlético Madrid’s triumphant title victory on the final day of last season, we go into this season not really being quite sure who the […]

Our Singapore Premier League Team Of The Week #16

It hasn’t been the best of weekends for the Eastside clubs, with Geylang International and Tampines Rovers getting smashed by Albirex Niigata (5-0) and Hougang United (7-3), respectively. As a result, Tampines are in a precarious position and are dangerously flirting with the prospect of missing out on continental competition next season. On Sunday, Lion […]

Podcast: Our Champions League Guide & Predictions Part 2 – Groups E to H

We continue going through the other remaining groups in this episode and the latter groups have some interesting matches for sure. Manchester United will look for revenge against Villareal following last season’s Europa League final loss, Chelsea and Juventus will be a mouthwatering clash and Bayern Munich will be looking to capitalize on Barcelona’s period […]

Podcast: Our Champions League Guide & Predictions Part 1: Groups A to D

That’s right. If you need a quick guide for all the champions league teams, and I repeat ALL the champions league teams, we’ve got you covered. We discuss key transfers of each club and their form in their respective domestic leagues. From Lionel Messi reuniting with Pep Guardiola in Group A to even new debutants […]

Breakout Stars to Watch for 2021/22

The rising stars to keep an eye on for this upcoming season… So about halfway through last season, I wrote an article discussing the biggest breakout stars for 2021. These were going to be the young players you would hear more and more from as the year progressed, the next young stars of world football. […]

On the Under-23 Rule: Let’s Keep It At One, But We Need The Prime League To Return

Back in January, I wrote an article about why it’s time for the Football Association of Singapore to consider re-evaluating the U-23 rule. Perhaps they read my article, because they’re supposedly revising the rule. If the alleged changes come to effect, then only one under-23-year-old player needs to start each game instead of the three […]


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