Monday, April 22, 2013


Still No Replacement For Raddy

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.

Singapore opened their AFC Cup Qualifiers with a 4-0 defeat in Amman, Jordan but it does seem the Singapore FA are in no hurry for whatever reason. Probably related to their strategic plan though you have to wonder whether their Key Performance Indicators are being met with the tardiness to appoint.

The same story goes on to say among the candidates are two Britons, a Dutchman, an Irishman and a German. One name that has being linked a few times is David O'Leary but he lacks experience coaching a national team. (He did spend 9 months with Al Alhy in UAE)

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