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Statistical or performance analysis for football has actually been around for nearly half a century. In the olden days, it would be the manual recording of a play or a player’s performance using a paper and pen. With the current advance technology, the in-depth analysis

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The annual Singapore's biggest International Youth Football Tournament, SingaCup 2016 took place from 7 - 11 November 2016 at The Cage Sports Park. More than 60 teams from around the region flew in to battle out in the U10, U12, U14, U16, U18 & Girls

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Thailand U16, also known as the Chang Thailand was hosted by Australia’s Footskills U18 at the Singapore’s biggest international youth tournament, SingaCup 2016.   Although the Thais were expected to walk over their opponent easily, it was the Australian team who drew the first blood to give

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Current Head Technical Advisor (Chinese School Football (CSF) Programme) and Official Chinese Football Association Grassroots Ambassador, Tom Byer is in town to grace the SingaCup, Singapore’s biggest international youth football tournament. The well-known Grassroots football’s Ambassador from New York has been actively involved in the

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The annual SingaCup, undoubtedly the biggest international premier youth football tournament in Singapore is set to kick off next week from 7 – 11 Nov 2016 at The Cage Sports Park. . This is the 6th edition of SingaCup organized by Dynamique Konzepts. This year, the tournament

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A young footballer emerged in Myanmar and has created a new wave of football evolution in the name of Kyaw Ko Ko. The Yangon United & Myanmar International striker has the pace and mentality to break the old style of football in the Country and

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Japanese football has been constantly on the rise. Especially for the past few years, the awareness and following of their second division football is huge. Officially known as Meiji Yasuda J2 League, this league only professionalized in 1999 although second division football has been around

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A warm & dry weather of Japan welcomed us during our visit to one of the most established J.League clubs, Yokohama F.Marinos in August 2016. This was not our first time to the Yokohama club as previously we did visit their training ground at the

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