According to the Football Association of Singapore (FAS), the search for the national team coach will continue on and it may reach until June before a final name is revealed.

Reports reveal that FAS general secretary Yazeen Buhari said: “We are at the tail end of the process. And we should be appointing one (the new national coach) before the next competition window (official Fifa match dates) in June.”

Fandi Ahmad was the last man at the helm for Singapore as he led the team in the AFF Suzuki Cup 2018 campaign in December.

As for names linked to the new post, Japanese national and former S-League player Tatsuma Yoshida is a possible option.

Singapore will take part in the AirMarine Cup and for that particular tournament, former Lions skipper Nazri Nasir will take charge.

No confirmation on whether he is in the running for the permanent spot moving forward as well.

Source from: Fox Sport