FAS backs bid by two clubs to retain licences

If the Football Association of Singapore' appeal is unsuccessful, Gombak United and Tanjong Pagar United will have to cease not only their jackpot operations, but also their football activities.
If the Football Association of Singapore' appeal is unsuccessful, Gombak United and Tanjong Pagar United will have to cease not only their jackpot operations, but also their football activities. PHOTO: ST FILE

The Football Association of Singapore (FAS) is fronting an appeal for Gombak United and Tanjong Pagar United to be allowed to continue jackpot operations so they have funding for their football activities.

The two former S-League clubs, who have skipped the competition in recent seasons, are bidding to make a return as early as next year.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Sunday Times on March 25, 2018, with the headline 'FAS backs bid by two clubs to retain licences'. Print Edition | Subscribe