Football: Singapore Premier League club Warriors barred from foreign hires by Ministry of Manpower for 2nd time

Players of Warriors FC (in red, white and blue) in action against the Young Lions, on May 17, 2019. PHOTO: AIA SINGAPORE PREMIER LEAGUE/FACEBOOK
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SINGAPORE - For the second time in eight months, Singapore Premier League (SPL) club Warriors FC have had their work pass privileges suspended by the Ministry of Manpower (MOM) for violating the Employment Act.

This means the Warriors, who have won the league a record nine times though their last championship was in 2014, are barred from making any foreign hires until the suspension is lifted. Their current imports are not affected.

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