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Singapore FA raided in white-collar crime probe

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Singapore (AFP) – Singapore police Thursday raided the offices of the city-state’s football governing body, which is in the throes of a leadership struggle ahead of a FIFA-ordered election.

At least six investigators from the city state’s white collar crime unit entered the offices of the Football Association of Singapore (FAS) around 5:30pm (0930 GMT) where they were seen speaking to staff and going through documents.

Singapore FA raided in white-collar crime probe

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Singapore (AFP) – Singapore police Thursday raided the offices of the city-state’s football governing body, which is in the throes of a leadership struggle ahead of a FIFA-ordered election.

At least six investigators from the city state’s white collar crime unit entered the offices of the Football Association of Singapore (FAS) around 5:30pm (0930 GMT) where they were seen speaking to staff and going through documents.

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Still No Replacement For Raddy

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We are near the end of April. Singapore won the ASEAN Cup last December, then Raddy Avramovic stepped down. Four months on and the Singapore authorities still have no replacement despite hiring some no doubt expensive head hunter to scour the field of great and good.

This story suggests we are still some three weeks away from knowing who the new man will be which suggests a new face in time for a double header friendly against Malaysia in June.

Flapping Around, Singapore

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The Singapore FA must have known a while back national team coach Raddy was leaving. It had been signalled once or twice.

Surely caution would have dictated them scouting around for possible candidates?

But now, with only a few days till the Lions lick off their Asian Cup campaign they still have made no appointment.