Football: Two parties mulling takeover of SPL club Warriors; undeterred by its legal woes

In a photo taken on Nov 2, Warriors FC players celebrate after a goal during the Singapore Cup final between Warriors FC and Tampines Rovers.
In a photo taken on Nov 2, Warriors FC players celebrate after a goal during the Singapore Cup final between Warriors FC and Tampines Rovers.ST PHOTO: JASON QUAH

SINGAPORE - A glimmer of hope has appeared for troubled professional football club Warriors FC, The Straits Times has learnt, in the form of two interested parties that are mulling a takeover in ownership of the Singapore Premier League (SPL) side.

The parties expressed their interest before the news on Thursday (Nov 7) of the club facing 107 charges for offences under the Employment Act, and are understood to be undeterred.

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