Geylang International FC

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 FourFourTwo (11 Feb 2016)

Geylang out to pave the way forward with two-year player contracts

New Geylang International chairman Ben Teng hopes to bring ‘continuity and stability’ by handing most of his players two-year contracts instead of the usual practice of 11-month ones.

Today (11 Feb 2016)

Geylang International get Epson, MP on board

S.League club Geylang International, aiming to improve on their mediocre results for the past few seasons, have given themselves a boost by snaring Japanese electronic giant Epson as their new main sponsor for the coming season.

 The New Paper (11 Feb 2016)

Revamped Geylang plan to bring back the glory

Sleeping giants awaken as they plot a return 
to their glory days

The New Paper (7 Feb 2016)

Indra returns to Geylang for a final season

He started his S.League career with the then-Police FC in 1996, but it was the following year when striker Indra Sahdan joined Geylang International that he announced his arrival in the local league.

Red Card Sports Radio (4 Feb 2016)

WATCH: Hasrin Jailani Proud Of Geylang’s Showing

Geylang International cruised to a comfortable 6-0 victory over Happy Feet FC and looked sharp throughout the entire match.

Geylang International head coach Hasrin Jailani was proud of his team’s victory despite some players not playing the full 90 minutes. Jailani was certain his team’s defence improved and is stable but wants his team to work more on their offense. (2 Feb 2016)

FFT’s S.League Preview: Geylang International

When the new season gets underway in February, ardent Geylang International fans will point to the fact that exactly two decades ago, the Eagles reigned supreme in the inaugural S.League.

ESPNFC (2 Feb 2016)

Geylang new import Branko Cubrilo seeks to emulate Kristic in S.League

He took a pass from Gabriel Quak, turned his marker and rifled a shot past Syazwan Buhari before running back to his defensive position. The same scene was played out numerous times as Geylang International went about their preseason training at Bedok Stadium.

Today (29 Jan 2016)

Shahfiq out for 6 months with knee injury

Geylang International forward Shahfiq Ghani has suffered a big injury blow ahead of the new S.League season that kicks off on Feb 13. The 23-year-old, who joined the Eagles from the Young Lions last month, is set to be out for a minimum of six months after tearing the anterior cruciate ligament in his knee during pre-season training.

ESPNFC (26 Jan 2016)

Geylang put up strong fight in narrow defeat to Johor Darul Ta’zim

S.League side Geylang International fell to a narrow 2-1 defeat to Malaysia Super League (MSL) and AFC Cup champions Johor Darul Ta’zim (JDT) at Larkin Stadium on Tuesday night.

Straits Times (18 Jan 2016)

Geylang give back to community

Players and officials from S-League football club Geylang International joined over 800 residents, grassroots leaders and volunteers for the One Community Project at Kembangan-Chai Chee and Geylang Serai constituencies yesterday. The event, aimed at helping the needy as well as encouraging volunteerism, saw the players, including new signings Gabriel Quak (left) and Faritz Hameed (right), distributing over 15,000kg of rice to an estimated 1,900 households together with Minister for Social and Family Development Tan Chuan-Jin (in red).