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New pandemic reality must factor in FAS' search for Yoshida's replacement

National football team head coach Tatsuma Yoshida waves goodbye to the squad at Changi Airport on Dec 29, 2021. PHOTO: FAS
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SINGAPORE - Quite suddenly, there is a conspicuous void in the technical department of the Football Association of Singapore (FAS), with two of its top jobs vacant.

National team head coach Tatsuma Yoshida stepped down from his post on Tuesday (Dec 28), exactly seven weeks after technical director Joseph Palatsides quit on Nov 9.

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