ST Sports Talk Ep 125: Can children succeed in SG football with a good post-playing career? 13:23 mins Synopsis: ST Sports Talk is The Straits Times' weekly sports podcast. In the second of a three-part series, ST sports editor Lee Yulin and sports correspondent Sazali Abdul Aziz chat with the two men spearheading the government’s ambitious Unleash The Roar! project to lift Singapore football standards with the goal of getting the national team to the 2034 World Cup. Their guests, Lim Teck Yin, chief executive officer of national sports agency Sport Singapore, and Bernard Tan, deputy president of the Football Association of Singapore, share how they plan to convince parents to buy into their long-term plan for the local game. They discuss: 1. Can parents be convinced of a football future for their kids? (0:37) 2. Singapore’s ‘generational change’ (8:15) 3. To play or not to play? The dilemma during exams (9:37) Listen to Pt 1 - How can football build ... » Learn More about ST Sports Talk Podcast: Can kids succeed in SG football and still have a good post-playing career?
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All eyes are now on a national, indeed multinational, operation to locate the KRI Nanggala-402 submarine, which went missing with 53 crew on board north of Bali during a torpedo drill on Wednesday afternoon. Our prayers go to not only the crew, but also to those involved in the search and rescue effort as they race against time. Navy chief of staff Adm. Yudo Margono said on Thursday the oxygen supply in the event of a blackout, as might be the case of KRI Nanggala, would last 72 hours. With the clock ticking, every second will count in this life-saving operation. Singapore, Malaysia and Australia have responded to Indonesia’s call for help while other nations, including the United States, Germany, France, Turkey, India and Russia have offered assistance. A slight hope arose on Thursday as Navy ship KRI Pulau Rimau detected a high magnetic object at about 100 meters below the sea surface, according to Yudo. Previously oil slicks were spotted in several different locations. As we ... » Learn More about Save our sailors