Football: We are making tonic soup, not instant noodles: Unleash the Roar chief on criticism about project’s progress

Singapore Sports School (in orange) against Jurongville Secondary School during the SFA Challenge Cup finals in July 2022, as part of the launch of Unleash the Roar’s Singapore Football Academy. ST PHOTO: LIM YAOHUI
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SINGAPORE – Since the Unleash the Roar! (UTR) project was announced in 2021, various initiatives to lift Singapore football have been mooted, but some critics are not satisfied with what they deem as its slow progress.

Senior Parliamentary Secretary for Culture, Community and Youth Eric Chua, who is UTR’s executive committee chairman, has urged patience, stating that the project is “not looking to make instant noodles but double-boiled tonic soup”.

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