Football: Geylang International file complaint over 'spying' by rival clubs

Geylang International Football Club at a training session at Tampines Meridian Junior College (left) last month. The club alleged that officials from two football clubs had been spotted observing their training sessions at the Our Tampines Hub stadiu
Geylang International Football Club at a training session at Tampines Meridian Junior College last month. The club alleged that officials from two football clubs had been spotted observing their training sessions at the Our Tampines Hub stadium (above) days before two of their matches this season. Both clubs have denied the allegations.PHOTOS: ST FILE, LIM YAOHUI
Geylang International Football Club at a training session at Tampines Meridian Junior College (left) last month. The club alleged that officials from two football clubs had been spotted observing their training sessions at the Our Tampines Hub stadiu
Geylang International Football Club at a training session at Tampines Meridian Junior College (above) last month. The club alleged that officials from two football clubs had been spotted observing their training sessions at the Our Tampines Hub stadium days before two of their matches this season. Both clubs have denied the allegations.PHOTOS: ST FILE, LIM YAOHUI

They allege covert observation of training; FAS reminds clubs of 'professional conduct'

Singapore Premier League (SPL) club Geylang International have complained to the Football Association of Singapore (FAS) that two clubs had covertly observed their training sessions at the Our Tampines Hub (OTH) stadium, The Straits Times has learnt.

In the complaint sent on March 13, Geylang alleged that officials from the two clubs were spotted days before two of their matches this season.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on March 22, 2019, with the headline 'Geylang file complaint over 'spying' by rival football clubs'. Print Edition | Subscribe