On the second anniversary of LionsXII demise from Malaysia, Dez Corkhill gives five reasons why the Singapore all-star side should make a comeback.
Tampines midfield maestro Shahdan Sulaiman is desperate to make the Singapore team for the 2016 AFF Suzuki Cup in Manila next month.
Raihan Rahman is determined to keep the S.League trophy far away from Albirex Niigata's sights when his Hougang United team face them at Jalan Besar.
Home United midfielder Aqhari Abdullah has urged the fans to be patient as they go in search of their first S.League win of the season against Brunei.
Despite banter in the dressing room from his Malaysian teammates, Singapore midfielder turned PDRM FA hero as they moved through to an FA Cup QF.
Jermaine Pennant joining Tampines rings the right notes but other S.League clubs have done some good business in the market, writes Kelvin Leong.
Singapore goalkeeper Izwan Mahbud has joined Tampines Rovers for the 2016 S.League season but says he still yearns to try his luck overseas.
Having begun his career with a club that has been defunct, Home United's Juma'at Jantan is lacing up his boots for a 14th season in the S.League.
PDRM coach Fauzi Pilus says he intends to use Singapore international Safuwan Baharudin as an all action midfielder in the Malaysia Super League.
Teenage striker Irfan Fandi, son of national legend Fandi Ahmad, has signed with ambitious Home United for the 2016 S.League season.
Coach Karim Bencherifa has parted ways with 2014 S.League champions Warriors FC, leaving Jorg Steinebrunner in sole charge for the 2016 season.
Malaysia Super League giants Johor Darul Ta'zim and Pahang are among five teams sanctioned by FAM for fan trouble in the 2015 season.
Winger Hafiz Rahim is pleased to see defensive duo Yazid Yasin and Madhu Mohana in the Warriors' ranks for their 2016 S.League title assault.
One of Singapore football's most lethal strikers Indra Sahdan has agreed to join Geylang International for the 2016 S.League season.
Zainudin Nordin revealed that he will not be running for another term when Singapore football holds its first-ever presidential election next June.
New Geylang International signing, Isa Halim, has urged Sahil Suhaimi to prove that he can be the Eagles' top marksman in the 2016 S.League season.
Aqhari Abdullah is ready to chase his S.League dream at Home United alongside old teammates Zulfahmi Arifin, Faris Ramli and Abdil Qaiyyim.
Here are five wishes for Singapore football as we head into an exciting 2016 with the S.League as the main focus.
Star recruit Faris Ramli is eager to link up with Home United's new strike pairing Khairul Nizam and Ken Ilso.
Geylang International will have a new strike duo in the S.League next season, with Shahfiq Ghani and Sahil Suhaimi set to reprise their partnership.
Tampines Rovers' Christopher Van Huizen is hoping to add a S.League winner's medal to his trophy cabinet when the 2016 season kicks off.
While footballers usually hit their prime at this age, Singapore defender Ismail Yunos, 29, almost retired after he was released by Tampines Rovers.
Singapore international Safuwan Baharudin says he hasn't signed yet for MSL club PDRM as FAS assess the potential move across the Causeway.
Safuwan Baharudin must be allowed to chase his dream in order for Singapore football to succeed, writes Kelvin Leong.
Former LionsXII defender Abdil Qaiyyim has called on former Bundesliga striker Ken Ilso to return to Home United for the 2016 S.League season.