Football: Forrest Li expected to take over as Home United chairman

The good times look set to roll for Home United, whose last trophy came in the form of the 2013 Singapore Cup. PHOTO: FACEBOOK/HOMEUNITEDFC
The good times look set to roll for Home United, whose last trophy came in the form of the 2013 Singapore Cup. PHOTO: FACEBOOK/HOMEUNITEDFC
Sea founder Forrest Li has been a Football Association of Singapore council member since 2017. Home made several major signings ahead of their Singapore Premier League opener against champions Brunei DPMM on Feb 29.
Sea founder Forrest Li has been a Football Association of Singapore council member since 2017. Home made several major signings ahead of their Singapore Premier League opener against champions Brunei DPMM on Feb 29.ST FILE PHOTO

Ambitious SPL side set to unveil billionaire Li and a new name this week in bid to boost title hopes

Singapore billionaire Forrest Li is expected to take over from Winston Wong as Home United chairman in what could be a harbinger of change for the local football scene.

Ahead of the new Singapore Premier League (SPL) season, The Straits Times understands that the two-time champions will unveil their new chairman, a name change, and other significant updates this week. The club, who have also claimed a record six Singapore Cups, declined to comment when contacted yesterday.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on February 13, 2020, with the headline 'New chairman at Home'. Print Edition | Subscribe