Singapore-based Rasvinder Singh writes about the grassroots football scene in Singapore, pre-Covid-19, and wonders if the same is true in Malaysia, and if it will ever return.
Abbas Saad’s move from Singapore to Johor angered many, but the Australian felt he was pushed out and was happy to join Johor. He described his two seasons there as fabulous, writes Rasvinder Singh.
When results don’t favour the Singapore football team, fans are often reminded of the impactful teams that played in Malaysia in 1993 and 1994. Singapore-based Rasvinder Singh writes about the aura of the islanders in the mid-90s.
Leaders from Malaysia and Singapore have revealed information that led to the termination of the Kuala Lumpur-Singapore High Speed Rail (HSR) project. Twentytwo13 narrows down the issue for readers to get a better understanding of the latest causeway drama.
Being a rather small market compared to China and Indonesia, there are clearly plenty of benefits in liberalising our football competitions and opening them up to Singapore clubs, writes Twentytwo13 contributor Muhammad Yunus Zakariah.
Two Malaysians living in Singapore welcome the decision to reopen the border between the countries but cautioned those travelling need to keep an eye out on the number of cases.
Kemaman-based Muhammad Yunus Zakariah says the decision to boot Singapore out of the Malaysian football scene killed an entertaining feature that has been ingrained in the nation’s history since the 1920s.
Singapore People’s Party chairman Jose Raymond, in talking about elections in the republic, says opposition parties cannot assume a coalition will tip the scales like what happened in Malaysia.
Jakarta-based Danny Tay says no-frills public housing with basic amenities will solve the problem of expensive housing but it all boils down to getting our priorities right.
In this John Soh Chee Wen affair, the Singaporean authorities involved and their prosecutor are not doing the Republic any favours.