The incidences of potential storms that require LWS to come into service seem to be quite prevalent again and as we
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If it was a truly professional league I'm sure it would; but by meekly accepting this situation, which arises by virtue of its dependence on hiring stadiums on behalf of its clubs, since none of its clubs own any themselves, it is showing how feeble it is.
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And by being more assertive and pro-active instead, this parlous state could have been avoided and people might have shown more respect what is these days perceived as a puppet-like
As it stands FAS appears to have lost the trust and support of a sizeable constituency and seems in a state of shock, unwilling or unable to make any meaningful moves in any clear and decisive direction.
|The typical reason saw the activation of the LWS (credit: Abang Aidi Abadi)|
Nobody is suggesting that LWS is not a sound way to handle approaching storms, at least for individual athletes, for citizens exercising under their own steam, or for amateur sporting bodies conducting meetings or matches in the nation's stadiums, which are almost all controlled by Sport Singapore.
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League authorities really too dumb to . that this inflexible system is slowly, but surely, turning away the remaining fans who may soon be lost forever?" - Corinthian realise
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