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FAS officially unveils Michel Sablon as Technical Director

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Thu, 09 Apr 2015

Written By: Kenneth Ho

The Football Association of Singapore (FAS) officially unveiled Mr Michel Sablon as the association’s Technical Director on Thursday afternoon, at the Jalan Besar Stadium VIP Lounge. 

Mr Sablon will be on an initial two-year contract and he will oversee the development of football in Singapore, while providing recommendations to the FAS in its bid to host the Under-17 World Cup in either 2019 or 2021.

FAS STARTS NEW CUBS GRASSROOTS FOOTBALL PROGRAMME AT SEMBAWANG PRIMARY

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Sun, 05 Apr 2015
Cubs Programme soft launch

SINGAPORE, 5 APRIL 2015: Forty-eight students from Sembawang Primary School found themselves involved in a milestone moment in local football this morning when they became the first batch of kids in Singapore to take part in the very first session of the Football Association of Singapore's Cubs Grassroots Football Programme.

Three youth footballers sent for training stint with FC Metz

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Fri, 13 Mar 2015

SINGAPORE, 13 MARCH 2015: The Football Association of Singapore (FAS) is pleased to announce that three promising young footballers who have progressed through the National Football Academy (NFA) system departed for France this morning for a 10-day training stint with French Ligue 1 side FC Metz.

Japanese Coach Takuya Inoue Joins National Football Academy Set-Up

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Wed, 14 Jan 2015
Takuya Inoue

Japanese Coach Takuya Inoue Joins National Football Academy Set-Up

YOUNG TALENTS HONOURED AT NFA GRADUATION CEREMONY

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Thu, 18 Dec 2014
2014 NFA Under-18 squad

SINGAPORE, 18 December 2014: The Football Association of Singapore (FAS) held a graduation ceremony for its National Football Academy (NFA) trainees on Saturday 13 December 2014. The event, which was held at Jurongville Secondary, saw 204 youth trainees receiving their graduation certificates. FAS Honorary Treasurer Mr Sarjit Singh was the Guest of Honour at the event.

GETTING MORE KIDS TO PLAY MORE FOOTBALL

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Mon, 20 Oct 2014

SINGAPORE, 20 OCTOBER 2014: Two weeks ago, Football Association of Singapore (FAS) Vice-President Bernard Tan unveiled his plans to get more young children playing football to The Sunday Times and The New Paper.

An FAS survey of 100 primary schools found that 1 out of 2 kids want to play football, but only 5.9 per cent of boys, and 1.6 per cent of girls actually do so. With about 40,000 kids in every cohort, it means only 2,400 boys play football in school regularly.

“I’m proud of Irfan but he has a long way to go”: Fandi

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Fri, 17 Oct 2014
Irfan Fandi

SINGAPORE, 17 OCTOBER 2014: Fandi Ahmad is proud that his eldest son, 17-year-old Irfan Fandi, has earned international recognition as a budding footballer worth keeping an eye on.

English newspaper The Guardian has named Irfan, who is now attached to the youth academy of Chilean football club Universidad Católica, in an article entitled “Next Generation 2014: 40 of the best young talents in world football”.

QPR, Day 5 + Saifullah Akbar's thoughts

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Mon, 31 Mar 2014

28th March 2014 was the last training session for the boys, conducted at the Concorde Club (QPR Academy training ground), where the boys have been training. Members of the Singapore media came to the session to interview the boys, and gather their thoughts on their one week training stint.

The boys started the day with an hour of strength and conditioning workouts with the QPR Sports Science team, and then proceed to the pitch for a 2-hour football session with the coaches from the QPR Community Trust.

Day 4 in QPR + Quick word with Syafiq Irawan

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Fri, 28 Mar 2014

On an allocated day off from training, the boys were brought around London, sightseeing from the open roof top bus. They also went for an hour-tour of Wembley Stadium.

After a break from training yesterday, the boys were back on the pitch but at a different training ground. They were given the opportunity to train at the training ground of Queens Park Rangers Football Club, Harlington.

There, the boys got the chance to meet with players from QPR for a photograph-and-autograph session. They also witnessed the First Team's training session.

QPR, Day 3 + links to coverage on QPR website

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Thu, 27 Mar 2014

25th March 2014, the second day of the QPR training stint, started off with strength and conditioning workouts with the team from Sports Science and the QPR U-15 squad.

The players then proceeded to the pitch for some football session with Youth Development Phase Football Coach, Eddie Munnelly.

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