Fandi open to talks with FAS over LionsXII job
Former striker wants to know what his role is before committing himself
He is the popular choice to step into the LionsXII job in the wake of V. Sundramoorthy's resignation - and Fandi Ahmad is open to the idea of taking it up.
The former Singapore star striker told The Straits Times yesterday that he is willing to renew ties with the Football Association of Singapore (FAS).
"I must listen to what the FAS has to say before committing myself to anything," said Fandi, who left the FAS fold in 2006 to coach in Malaysia and Indonesia.
"I want to know what role it has in mind for me and what it wants me to do."