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[Media Information] FAS STATEMENT with regards to Mr Johan Gouttefangeas (18 January 2012)

(This entry is formulated based on the transcript of the media information issued by the Football Association of Singapore)

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SINGAPORE, 17 JANUARY 2012 – The selection committee identified and interviewed a handful of candidates for the position of S.League CEO in the past few months. After all the interviews were done, Mr Johan Gouttefangeas was deemed to be the best man for the role of Deputy CEO. We did our due diligence and ran checks which found nothing amiss. As far as the FAS management is concerned, we were not aware of his personal issues back in France.

FAS takes a serious view of the allegations directed towards Mr Johan Gouttefangeas. We will be conducting an immediate review before deciding on the next course of action.

CORPORATE COMMUNICATIONS DEPARTMENT
FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION OF SINGAPORE
17 JAN 2012

The following statement was issued by the Football Association of Singapore the following day (18th January 2012)

SINGAPORE, 18 JANUARY 2012 – The FAS and S.League Management have started our review as of yesterday. Once we complete our thorough review of this matter, we will inform our stakeholders on the next course of action.

CORPORATE COMMUNICATIONS DEPARTMENT
FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION OF SINGAPORE
18 JAN 2012

Comments

  1. Johan was seen at last Saturday's FAS Junior COE Trial. See picture on FAS facebook. http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10150583143653255.437049.135596068254&type=3#!/photo.php?fbid=10150583145318255&set=a.10150583143653255.437049.135596068254&type=3&theater
    Why does a Deputy CEO of the S-League need to appear at a Junior COE trial?

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  2. It is time for FAS to ask questions of themselves.
    FAS and LIONSXII having the same issue; Simply clueless

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  3. The league authority knows that they have to come out with a convincing verdict of this review amid time like this.

    We are talking all along to revive the league, pulling back the crowds back to GROUNDS.

    Already coupled with several feet-dragging issues along the past months (i.e: the revealing of the CEO, the confirmation of number of teams, the yet-to-be-released "fixed" fixtures,etc.)

    A less-than-convincing verdict of the review is something not want by the public over the mater if the much-touted S.League version 2.0 is gonna even to prove it's the remedy of all cause.

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  4. Thank you FAS, you have make S League getting more and more screwed up since 2003.

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